Episode 103 – Vindication Day Special with Larry Nimmer

The MJCast present their fifth annual special episode recognising Michael Jackson’s acquittal from false child molestation allegations on June 13th, 2005. On each of these annual episodes, the team brings a very special guest onto the show to discuss their experience with the trial that so deeply affected Jackson’s life. This is a time for reflection, education, and bringing together our community.

In this year’s show, Jamon and Q welcome Emmy-nominated filmmaker Larry Nimmer, who was a key component of the defense team in Jackson’s 2005 criminal trial. When Judge Melville decided against allowing the jury to physically visit Neverland, Nimmer was hired by Jackson to film, document and narrate almost every area of the ranch so that the jury could experience it with as much detail as possible in the courtroom. The extensive documentation Nimmer collected feels even more poignant this year, in the shadow of the film “Leaving Neverland”, when the Ranch has been maliciously and incorrectly depicted as an attraction to lure young boys.

In this chat, the guys discuss Nimmer’s early life and career in film, how he ended up being hired by Jackson and his team, and his thoughts going into the trial. He goes into detail about Neverland itself, working with the staff there, and addresses many of the big misperceptions and myths that have lingered since the mid-2000s. Nimmer also discusses the trial itself, as well as his thoughts on the Arizo family, and reflects on the current accusations made by Robson and Safechuck.

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Episode 102 – Eggs for Breakfast

This episode is dedicated to TJ, known as @TabloidJunk online, who passed away suddenly in late May. TJ started The MJCast with Jamon and Q, was an inspiring activist and an opinionated, wise, hilarious, fabulous, and devoted friend. He was truly the guys’ MJ brother, part of the “awesome foursome”, and he shall be deeply missed. If you would like to hear TJ on the show, you can listen to #TheMJCastEp82, when the guys discussed the origins of the podcast, as well as wonderful memories about their friendship and fun times together in the MJ fan world. The MJCast sends love to TJ’s family and friends. Love lives forever.

Jamon and Q have lots of news to cover in this regular episode, including updates on Marcos Cabota’s Bruce Swedien documentary, a film to be released by LaVelle Smith, Jr., a great chat with Taj Jackon on “The Movie Crypt” podcast (who give The MJCast a truly kind shout-out!), an MJ-themed café in Kabul, and MJ popping up in music and dance around the world, such as a new Chris Brown video, as well as an entire dance performance based on Michael Jackson’s life, performed by the Salzburg Ballet in Austria. They also discuss the amazing range of MJ tributes happening this month, including a “Moonwalker” screening in Shanghai, a dance performance in Paris, and a fan events taking place in Australia, France, the U.S., and all around the world. In addition, the guys touch on more news related to “Leaving Neverland”, including MJ activist Rasheed’s “In Justice Project”, a repository of resources available on the MJJForum, and the MJ Estate’s #HonorMJ campaign.

News

  • Janet Jackson is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and launches her Vegas residency, “Metamorphosis”.
  • Marcos Cabota releases a teaser for his Bruce Swedien documentary.
  • LaVelle Smith, Jr., due to release an interview documentary, “The Man Behind the Dance”, honoring Michael Jackson, the tours, the person, the allegations and his death.
  • Chris Brown features heavy MJ tributes in his new music video for his song “Back To Love”.
  • A new digital book on the Michael Jackson sex abuse allegations called “Not Guilty: Debunking the Michael Jackson Allegations from Jordie Chandler to Leaving Neverland” has been released by Jimmy Colwill.
  • Prince Jackson launches a movie review YouTube channel with younger brother Bigi and cousin Taj.
  • The Michael Jackson Estate have settled a lawsuit with Tohme Tohme.
  • Taika Waititi and Netflix pull out of a stop-motion film project “Bubbles”.
  • “Moonwalker” will be screening at the Shanghai International Film festival on June 15, 17, and 24.
  • Taj Jackson sits down with Adam, Joe and Arwen of the long-running and acclaimed movie podcast, The Movie Crypt, on Episode 313.
  • Aaron Carter clarifies his claim that Michael Jackson was inappropriate.
  • MJ activist Rasheed has created a blog over at MJJForum, the In Justice project, which is a large repository of “Leaving Neverland” information.
  • Highlight video of “Moonwalk”, the incredible-looking action ballet performed by the Salzburg Ballet in Austria, with dances set to MJ’s music.
  • MJ Danse et Solidarité will be performing in front of the Eiffel Tower on June 9th, and features dance teacher Speedy, who was part of the Michael Jackson Immortal Tour of Cirque du Soleil. (Previous performances can be seen here: Jam, Dangerous, Smooth Criminal/Al Capone.)
  • Events are beginning to be organised around the world to remember and celebrate Michael Jackson:
    • Melbourne, Australia, on Saturday, 29 June: Special screening of “Dangerous: Live in Bucharest” on the big screen at Sun Threatre Yarraville, followed by an MJ Party at the Blue Moon Bar. Tickets are $20.
    • Perth, Western Australia, on Friday, 21 June: Michael Jackson Tribute Night at Mint Nightclub (details).
    • Los Angeles, California, on June 21-23: Brad Sundberg’s In The Studio With MJ seminar.
    • Sadly, the European Jackson Event on 24 August at the Event center ‘de Kei’ Kerkplein 69, Reusel – The Netherlands, has been cancelled, and tickets will be refunded.
    • For French and other MJFam in Europe, tickets have gone on sale for MJ Music Day, to be held in Lyon, France, 19 October, 2019.
    • Brisbane, Australia, on 29 June: “10 Year Anniversary Michael Jackson Tribute Show” featuring Soulcutz, at the Springwood Hotel.
  • A Michael Jackson Café has opened in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Main Discussion Topic

  • The Michael Jackson Estate have launched the #HonorMJ campaign

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Episode 101 – Taryll Jackson Special

Q and Jamon are thrilled to welcome special guest Taryll Jackson to the show! Taryll is the second son of Tito Jackson and Delores ‘Dee Dee’ Martes, member of 3T, and an amazing solo artist. His new album, “Crazy Love”, has recently dropped, and the guys couldn’t be more excited to chat with Taryll about his new music, upcoming shows, and his incredible music-royalty family.

In this discussion, Taryll shares amazing stories with the guys about growing up playing music with his bothers, Taj and TJ, what it was like to experience the mega-success of 3T, how he moved into the recording and production side with 3T’s most recent album as well as remixing other artists’ music, and how he’s continued to evolve with his solo work. He also goes into personal accounts of what it was to deal with the sudden, tragic loss of his mother, the positive and negative of being part of such an iconic family, and touches on the never-released 3T album. Taryll, Jamon and Q also delve into a discussion on the posthumous reality of Michael Jackson and the fraudulent Cascio tracks which he blew the whistle on in 2010. And, of course, Taryll shares memories of growing up with his father, Tito, and his uncle, the King of Pop.

The MJCast is honored to consider Taryll a Friend of the Show, and hopes that listeners get a chance to hear his new album and see him in concert!

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Episode 100 – Brad Buxer Special

To celebrate The MJCast’s 100th episode, Jamon and Q put the focus back on music and welcome a particularly special guest, Brad Buxer. Buxer was one of Michael Jackson’s key artistic collaborators, who worked with Jackson for 20 years, from the Dangerous album onwards, and who would become one of his closest producers, musicians, and songwriters. Along with Michael Prince, there was no one else who Michael Jackson trusted more to capture his most personal creative visions.

The guys dive into an incredible, in-depth discussion with Buxer about his early life and music career working with icons such as Stevie Wonder, how he first came to work with Jackson, what it was like creating the Dangerous, HIStory, Blood on the Dance Floor, and Invincible albums, his role as Musical Director for both the Dangerous and HIStory World Tours, the experience of playing music and writing songs with Jackson, insights into Jackson’s life as a father, details about working together in the final years of Jackson’s life, his thoughts on unreleased tracks, and much more.

In addition, The MJCast is honored to have received many congratulations from previous guests on the show, whose audio snippets are included in this episode.

It’s been an amazing run so far, and incredible to watch the show evolve and grow. The MJCast team couldn’t be prouder to be well into Season 5. Jamon, Q, and Elise want to thank each and every listener, supporter, guest, and friend who has been part of this experience. We look forward to our next 100 episodes!

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Episode 098 – We Had a Break…Allegedly…

Jamon and Q are back with their first regular news and discussion episode of Season 5! The guys have lots of updates to catch up on after their between-season break, though, admittedly, much of that news has been cast in a dark shadow with the release of the deceptive film, Leaving Neverland. Still, the fellas carry on, and dive into the good and the bad of these troubling times we are in. They chat about developments around the upcoming Michael Jackson musical, Macaulay Culkin’s defence of MJ, a recently restored Michael Jackson and George Harrison radio interview, and the fantastic MJ-inspired music video for “Let’s Shut Up & Dance” by Jason Derulo, LAY, and NCT 127. They also discuss Naomi Campbell’s story behind the “In The Closet” video, the English-language publication of the first book in the “Jackson Collector Series”, called The Backstage Pass Collection, plus much more.

For their main discussion topic, the MJCast hosts are joined by Friend of the Show and The MJCast Legal Correspondent Charles Thomson, as well as first-time guest Anika Kotecha, of the MJ Innocent campaign. As many listeners have eagerly awaited, they have a serious discussion about the aftermath of Leaving Neverland: the world’s reaction, the Estate’s response, incredible efforts from fans, Taj Jackson’s amazing campaign for his counter documentary and his appearance on radio and TV shows, and where we stand now, as a community.

This episode also includes updates from The MJCast correspondents, Finds of the Week, and a selection of great music breaks. The MJCast looks forward to a great Season 5 to come!

Follow Up

  • First regular episode of Season 5. Not the vibe we wanted to start to the season with but…

Main Discussion Topic

  • Leaving Neverland and the aftermath
    • The movie.
    • The bans.
    • The Estate.
    • The family/GoFundMe.
    • The fans/campaigns.
    • The media.
    • The future.

News

  • Michael Jackson musical ‘Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough’ to premiere in Chicago before hitting Broadway, or not. Chicago run has been cancelled.
  • Louis Vuitton’s Virgil Abloh celebrates Michael Jackson during Paris Fashion Week in New York City, and then cancels production of the pieces that specifically reference Michael.
  • Someone (probably Frank Cascio) is trying to auction rare footage of Michael Jackson, including him experimenting with his circular moonwalk.
  • Quincy Jones to conduct a live symphonic orchestra playing Off The Wall, Thriller and Bad at the O2 in London in June.
  • A rare Michael Jackson and George Harrison radio interview has been restored.
  • Tobias Ellehammer releases a dance video which re-interprets Michael Jackson’s Scream choreography.
  • Jason Derulo, LAY, NCT 127 – Let’s Shut Up and Dance fire hot music video tributes MJ in choreography and style.
  • Naomi Campbell tells the story behind her collaboration with Michael Jackson on the ‘In The Closet’ video.
  • Macaulay Culkin defends his friendship with Michael Jackson on the Inside of You podcast.
  • The first book of the Jackson Collector Series in English has been released, called The Backstage Pass Collection, from Christophe Charlot of MJ Backstage and Traveling With a King, the travel guide for MJ fans.
  • BE@RBRICK releases official Michael Jackson collectibles.

Finds of the Week

  • Jamon – Weezer covers Michael Jackson’s Billie Jean.
  • Q – @FactualMJ, @MJFactuel, @MJJForumUSA www.mjjforum.com  

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Episode 097 – Bill Whitfield Special

Welcome to Season Five of the The MJCast! In this special episode, Jamon Bull and guest co-host Damien Shields are excited to welcome to the show Bill Whitfield, Michael Jackson’s former bodyguard and co-author of the bestselling memoir, Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days. As head of Jackson’s security during the last years of his life, Bill has incredible memories from this period of time which continues to fascinate fans around the world.

Bill shares his stories of working for the King of Pop, protecting him and his family in risky situations, Michael’s relationship with Sony, as well as watching him interact with his children. Bill saw the real Michael, and was there as Jackson was mentally attempting to recover from the ordeal that he and his family were put through during the false 2005 allegations and trial, and his insights around those difficult moments are invaluable during this particularly tumultuous time for the Michael Jackson fan community.

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Episode 096 – Season Four Mixtape

In the midst of a tumultuous time for Michael Jackson fans, The MJCast wrap up their fourth season with their third annual mixtape, and the hope that this can put the focus back on why we are all fans in the first place: the music. This curated collection is made up of your top-voted, favourite songs from Season Four, as well as a few of Jamon, Q, and Elise’s select favourites. Even as we continue to set the record straight and defend Michael Jackson, this is also a time to take a moment to turn up your speakers and celebrate the King of Pop and the music of his incredible family. Enjoy!

Tracklist

  1. The Jacksons – Can You Feel It (Groovefunkel Remix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  2. Michael Jackson – Workin’ Day and Night (SWG Extended Mix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  3. Michael Jackson – Another Part of Me (AJAX’s Extended Mix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  4. The Jacksons – Music’s Takin’ Over (Belabouche & Fendercillo Disco tronix Mix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  5. Michael Jackson – History (KaiOken Remix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  6. Michael Jackson – R3M3MB3R TH3 T1M3 (Haus of Glitch Remix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  7. Janet Jackson – Made For Now (feat. Daddy Yankee) [Trace Adam Remix] (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  8. Mike Tompkins feat. Michael Jackson – Don’t Matter To Me (Remix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  9. Michael Jackson – Billie Jean (35th Anniversary SWG Extended Mix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  10. The Commodores – Nightshift 2010 (A tribute to Michael Jackson) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  11. Judith Hill – I Will Always Be Missing You (Buy on Apple Music or Google Play.)
  12. Michael Jackson – Stranger in Moscow (SWG Extended ‘Fader A Capella’ Mix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  13. Michael Jackson – Will You Be There (SWG Studio Mix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  14. Janet Jackson – That’s the Way Love Goes (Haus of glitch waltz groove) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  15. Michael Jackson – Beat It (SWG Extended Mix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  16. Michael Jackson – Black or White (DJ KaktuZ Atmospheric Remix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  17. The Jacksons – State of Shock (Remixed by Nick* Redux) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  18. Michael Jackson – Serious Effect (Donate on Bryan Loren’s website)
  19. Janet Jackson – If (Haus of Glitch 2018 Mix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  20. Janet Jackson – The 1814 Megamix (Induction Edit) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  21. Michael Jackson – Dangerous (AJAX’s Alternate Mix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  22. Michael Jackson – Thriller (Stranger Things Season 2 UltraTraxx Maxi Mix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  23. Michael Jackson – Ghosts (Ajax’s Multitrack Mix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  24. Michael Jackson – They Don’t Care About Us (Uncensored Olodum Cut)  (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  25. Janet Jackson – Pleasure Principle (John Cameron Mix)  (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  26. The Jacksons – Wondering Who (Nick* Deluxe Mix) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  27. Michael Jackson – Al Capone (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  28. Janet Jackson – Nasty (Nick* Cool Summer Redux) (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)
  29. Michael Jackson – P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing) [SWG Original Mix] (Buy on Apple Music, Google Play)

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Episode 095 – Leaving Neverland Roundtable

The recent Sundance screening of Dan Reed’s inflammatory film, Leaving Neverland, has, without a doubt, rocked the Michael Jackson community. Despite being based on the easily discredited stories of Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck, and lacking any sort of real investigation, balanced interviews, or responsible journalism, this film has reignited the media’s firestorm against Jackson’s legacy, even as Michael is not here to defend himself.

In this special roundtable episode, The MJCast brings together a panel of experts and those who have seen the film and are taking action against it. Q and Jamon lead the discussion, and are joined by Taj Jackson (member of 3T and son of Tito Jackson, who is currently raising funds to produce his own docu-series), Charles Thomson (The MJCast’s Legal Correspondent and award-winning investigative journalist who has exposed a range of actual child abusers and cover-ups for The Yellow Advertiser in the UK), Marcos Cabotá (a film director who has seen the film and was one of its earlier critics) and Samar Habib (of the Michael Jackson Academia Project, who has been a leading figure in the online movement against the film).

The panellists discuss Reed’s film, the Sundance Q&A session, and the media reaction, as well as developments coming together to counter the film, such as Taj’s docu-series, which can be supported on GoFundMe. Taj also speaks to his own experiences of actually spending time with Michael at Neverland. The group offers talking points for anyone struggling with how to respond to people who say that Michael Jackson was an abuser, as well as coping strategies and words of encouragement.

Now, more than ever, it is the time to come together as fans, to support each other, and to remind the media and general public of the truth. The MJCast hopes that this episode provides resources, strength, and a sense of community during this challenging moment.

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Topics

  • Leaving Neverland
  • The reality of Robson’s relationship with the Jackson family, and why he turned on them.
  • The effects on the Jackson family.
  • Taj’s memories of spending time at Neverland with Michael, and what it was like being there during the 2005 trial.
  • Taj’s GoFundMe campaign and his vision for the docu-series.
  • How fans can combat this onslaught, and how this compares to 1993 and 2003-2005.
  • Fan Comebacks 101 – Robson.
  • Fan Comebacks 101 – General Allegations.
  • Tips on coping, finding community, and supporting balanced opinions.

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Episode 094 – Harrison Funk Special

This week, just as The MJCast was about to release a surprise episode between seasons, news broke that the Sundance Film Festival was preparing to screen a documentary smearing Michael Jackson as a child molester.

As shockwaves rippled through the fan community and listeners sprang into action, it seemed to be an inappropriate time to release the episode.

The show’s special guest was to be Harrison Funk, renowned entertainment, fashion, and advertising photographer best known for being Michael Jackson’s personal photographer from the early 1980s through the mid-2000s. The interview with Funk had been recorded months ago, and The MJCast team had kept it in the can, ready to release as a special New Year treat for listeners. 

But, upon re-visiting the interview in light of this week’s horrifying news, the timing could hardly be more apt. Harrison spends a great deal of time during his conversation with Jamon Bull and Charles Thomson discussing the false abuse allegations which plagued Michael from 1993 onwards. He speaks movingly about the physical and psychological toll the allegations took on his friend, and how those who loved Michael rallied around him, but watched helplessly as his life and his health slowly fell apart until his eventual death in 2009.
 
As the media prepares to stick the knife into Michael one more time and give it a sharp twist, this interview with one of Michael’s closest friends makes for a sobering listen.

In addition to the allegations, Harrison discusses the kind of man Michael really was, not the lie Dan Reed, Wade Robson and Sundance are going to try and sell the world. The MJCast and Harrison explore stories around Michael’s process as a live musician, the Victory Tour, the Bad era, Harrison’s love of photography, his fascinating observations as he photographed Teddy Riley​ producing Cascio tracks in the studio and SO much more!

This episode of The MJCast is dedicated to Friend of the Show and fellow MJ podcaster Jordan King of King Jordan Radio, who recently and tragically passed away. We will always be missing you, Jordan.

We hope this episode brings some positivity and truth to an otherwise dark time for MJFam.

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Episode 093 – Season Four Christmas Special

It’s the time of year for cookies and carols and ornaments on the tree…and The MJCast’s annual Christmas Special!

Jamon, Q, and Elise wrap up Season Four with discussion of developments in the world of Michael Jackson, including John Cameron’s terrific Musicology podcast, the “On the Wall” exhibition moving to Paris, Janet Jackson’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction, Jonathan “Sugarfoot” Moffett’s health scare, and the inspiring results of a music scholarship which Michael Jackson established in 1984. The MJCast Correspondents also chime in, with news on the Cascio Case, MCFFC charity efforts, and the Jackson family.

It’s been a whirlwind year, full of great discussion, lots of Jackson news, and illuminating conversations with amazing guests. The team reflects on the past year, highlights favorite clips from this season’s Special episodes, and also looks to the year to come, as The MJCast continues to grow.

We want to thank our listeners for all your support throughout the year and hope that you enjoy our episodes coming up in Season 5! Happy holidays, #MJFam!

Follow Up

  • #UndieGate
  • #MoonwalkWalks #Book4 is out in the QLD wild!

News

  • John Cameron has dropped his latest episode of #JCsMusicology, focusing on Michael Jackson’s HIStory era
  • “Michael Jackson: On the Wall” exhibition has moved to the Grand Palais in Paris
  • Janet Jackson is to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
  • Jonathan “Sugarfoot” Moffett suffered an emergency triple bypass operation and has started a GoFundMe page to help with his medical costs
  • The Cascio Case is headed to the Supreme Court of California
  • The artistic director of Louis Vuitton, Virgil Abloh, is designing a new collection based on Michael Jackson
  • Groovefunkel has released a new remix of Michael Jackson’s Thriller
  • The 1984 music scholarship fund that Michael donated has awarded scholarships to four students! (Thank you to listener Kayla Salem, of Jacksonville, Florida, for this tip.)

Season Four Highlights

Main Discussion Topic

  • A year in review.
  • What’s to come in Season 5!

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