Say Say Say is written and performed by Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson released in 1983. The track was produced by George Martin for McCartney’s album, Pipes Of Peace. Continue reading
Michael Jackson’s megahit Billie Jean parodied by comedian Tommy Davidson from In Living Color’s. Continue reading
Barack Obama is a man of many talents. Today, Halloween, he brings us his interpretation of Micheal Jackson’s Thriler. Continue reading
Thriller, Michael Jackson’s 1984 music video directed by John Landis and written by Landis and Jackson. Continue reading
Somebody’s Watching Me by Rockwell, released by the Motown label on January 14, 1984, as the lead single from his debut studio album of the same name. Rockwell’s debut single release, the song features guest vocals by brothers Michael Jackson (in the chorus) and Jermaine Jackson (additional backing vocals). Continue reading
Jojo, a contemporary solo by Charlotte Edmonds set to Chinese Man’s Pandi Groove created on a classical ballet dancer, Joseph Sissens. The work gelled in a very comfortable, spontaneous way, albeit more Michael Jackson than Marius Petipa. Continue reading
Janet Jackson clearly remembers when she fell in love with Michael Jackson’s Remember the Time music video. Her new music vid homage to MJ for his 60th birthday. Continue reading
Breezy is back in the lab. Fresh off the release of his 45-track album, Chris Brown is teasing a new Michael Jackson-inspired song We Can Rock ft. Michael Jackson. Continue reading
Michael Jackson’s Dirty Diana short film captured the high-intensity live experience of one of his concerts, complete with a guitar solo from guitarist Steve Stevens. In 1989, the 2nd Annual World Music Awards awarded the short film the Viewers Choice No. 1 Video; Michael was inducted into the World Music Hall of Fame the same year. Continue reading
The Band Wagon is a 1953 musical comedy film that many critics rank, along with Singin’ in the Rain, as the finest of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musicals despite only a modest box-office success. The film tells the story of an aging musical star who hopes a Broadway play will restart his career. The play’s director wants to make it a pretentious retelling of Faust, and brings in a prima ballerina who clashes with the star.
The songs were written by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz, and some were created for the original 1931 Broadway musical also called The Band Wagon. The Broadway production featured a book by George S. Kaufman and starred Fred Astaire and his sister Adele. The movie’s dances and musical numbers were staged by Michael Kidd.