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    Michael Jackson Influence

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    love with Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson has been described as an actor, singer, songwriter, dancer, producer and philanthropist with such great talents came an unfortunate background. Growing up he lived in a modern home with 9 other siblings, over the years his father, Joe Jackson, pressured all of his children into music but most of the pressure was on Michael after winning a talent show. From Jackson 5 to a very successful career he made an individual name for himself. He has been an inspiration to many all over the globe, including my mother and I. Her favorite song has to be Remember the Time, she has told me many times how much she…

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    Michael Jackson Sociology

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    There are many songs, past and present that relate to the study of human behavior in society, also known as sociology. The “Man in the Mirror” is a well-known song by Michael Jackson which was released in 1987 on the album “Bad”, a song that I am able to identify with that contains many parts of sociology. I chose the “Man in the Mirror” by Michael Jackson, because it is a song I believe can be connected to different themes and topics of sociology that we have discussed in class; it is well…

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    Michael Jackson Metaphors

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    The world mourned in 2009 when the King of Pop tragically died. Michael Jackson left a lasting legacy and has inspired millions around the globe. With iconic hits such as “Thriller” and “Billie Jean”, his musical repertoire contains feats that no other artists have accomplished. While he was beloved by many, his career was filled with controversies. He was under constant scrutiny from the media and his eccentric behavior only further alienated him from mainstream society. Two songs that he…

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    Michael Jackson Myths

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    legend, Michael Jackson, is one of the biggest names in the music industry to date. The “King of Pop” reigned over the entertainment scene in the 1980-2009, creating music that lure in fans from around the world. During Mr. Jackson’s worst and absolute best times, he was constantly surrounded, and supported by billions of his fans. Michael Jackson not only was the face of the American music industry, but changed the way people, internationally, listened to music. Michael was born into the life…

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    ask me how I make music. I tell them I just step into to it. It’s like stepping into a river and joining the flow. Every moment in the river has its song” (Jackson). This shows that he was a natural at making music and it wasn’t hard for him. Michael Jackson changed the way of music because of his voice, dancing, and fashion. Since Michael Jackson was so good at music he didn’t realize that he was changing the way of the world and he used his voiced to become a global icon. Few people attain the…

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    mind until the television rang out a truth she couldn’t believe. Michael Jackson was dead. “I saw something on social media, but I just assumed it was one of those hoaxes that pops up once in awhile. But then the news came on, and I heard it. And I remember being shocked. Absolutely shocked.” (Follis). He was far too young to be gone. And the way he died was so shocking; Heart attack? And intoxicated with several different drugs? At only age fifty this was all flabbergasting to say the…

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    begins singing, the soft and tender vocals flow naturally from his mouth, with the audience’s amazement filling up the concert hall. Michael Jackson started his HIStory World Tour in Letná Park, Prague, September 7, 1996 with the song “They Don’t Care About Us”. After Michael Jackson cancelled his special concert, his world tour took place one year after the release of his album HIStory. HIStory is the best-selling two-disc album in history, having sold between 20 and 30 million copies. One…

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    Thomas III, one of the fans (Michael Jackson Chosen Voices). Not only that he captivated his audience through his singing ability, but his dance moves also captured their hearts in a deeper level. The forces of energy that exert from his dynamic dance movements were irresistible. His most extraordinary talent was being able to blend his music and dance move together so seamlessly that made him so successful in the entertainment industry. World-renowned for his influence on international music…

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    Michael Jackson I have never seen that podium with the words “KING OF POP” Yes, I am talking about the man who is in the heart of thousands of people, The Michael Jackson. There are so many artist is the world, they are performing, making their own music, they have lots of creativeness but no one can be like him and no one called with this name “KING OF POP”. In India people always says that “You cannot make an artist, it comes by born”. And you just need to find the artist behind it. And every…

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    Man in the Mirror The “Man in the Mirror” music video shows its audience that the world was once falling a part. This song was originally written by Siedah Garrett and performed by Michael Jackson. In this song from 1987, Michael Jackson shows his audience scenes of destruction, poverty and overall a world where nothing seems to be fair. This song is sung in the genre of soul. Artists commonly produce music in this specific genre to touch the hearts of their listeners. They do so in a way in…

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