When the music is stripped away, Elton John sounds like a regular bloke crooning in his car. So excuse me for getting…but these things I do…you see I’ve forgotten if they’re green or they’re blue.
Whether you’re a brother or whether you’re a mother you’re Stayin’ Alive. Some of the We Are The World colleagues are no longer alive. But their isolated vocals live on. Watch them work out some of the integral parts of the song.
Michael Jackson was the central figure in We Are the World, America’s answer to UK pop stars’ “Do They Know it’s Christmas” famine relief effort.
The King of Pop delivered some of his We Are The World tracks while isolated from other famous pop stars in the fundraising effort.
And (below) is Michael Jackson’s vocal training lesson from 1995.
Every Michael Jackson grunt is recorded here.
Shum on. Tea..tea…teacher’s gonna show you how to get an A.
BONUS: Silent Phil
The demons squeal in sheer delight. It’s you they spy, so plump, so ripe.
You try to run. You try to scream. But no more sun you’ll ever see.
MOTOWN BONUS: the a cappella version of Billie Jean from Michael Jackson
“Shum on. The chid is not mah luvva.”
A video mashup of Michael Jackson to celebrate the release of Xscape.
It was fun having a marriage proposal on live TV. Watch these two young people become engaged on Great Day Live.
And if Valentine’s Day is awful for you, watch the Michael Jackson or Sinead O’Connor videos to feel your vibe.
Surely worldwide adoration of the late Michael Jackson would score a sympathy payoff for his mom’s negligence lawsuit against concert promoter AEG. The family was asking for a paltry $1.5 billion.
On January 3, 2014, a judge refused to revisit the verdict, narrowing the Jacksons’ appeal options.
Tito, Jermaine, Jackie, Randy, Marlon, and the rest of the family is still able to sidestep working for the rest of their lives, albeit on a slightly tighter budget.
This Motown performance 30 years ago is the last time the brothers had a major celebrated appearance with Michael. Their 2012 tour was scheduled to start in Louisville but was canceled, in part, for lack of ticket sales.
There are lots of nominees for the Weirdest Jackson Family Performance, and this is definitely one of them.
From the original 1982 recording session, listen to Vincent Price deliver his spooky recitation from Michael Jackson’s most popular song ever — Thriller.
Some parts were edited and left on the recording studio floor…until now. Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!