Episodio 022 – Mesa Redonda Bad 30

El 31 de Agosto de 1987, Michael Jackson publica el álbum “Bad”, la respuesta al monstruosamente exitoso “Thriller” y su última colaboración bajo la batuta de Quincy Jones. La prensa y el público en general tenían ahora una imagen muy diferente del chico que unos años antes los había cautivado con el Moonwalk y que los había hecho alucinar con Thriller. Bad fue la contestataria forma en la que Jackson se defendió de aquellos que le tacharon de no ser suficientemente negro o que no le perdonaron ser exageradamente talentoso. A pesar de las duras críticas, más centradas en su persona que en la música, Bad logró un record de 5 sencillos números 1 en Billboard: I Just Can´t Stop Loving You, Bad, The Way You Make Me Feel, Man In The Mirror y Dirty Diana. Pero más importante aún que las listas, Michael demostró sus dotes como compositor y creativo cada vez más dueño de su obra.

Nadie se imaginaba que Michael Jackson podría sobrevivir al éxito de Thriller, y mucho menos se imaginaban que se podían alcanzar tales alturas de megaestrellato y capacidad artística. Bad es un disco tan bueno, que es realmente muy, muy malo. Acompáñanos junto con nuestros invitados Marisa Ramírez y Uriel MartiVilla en nuestra primer mesa redonda para celebrar el 30 aniversario de Bad, y respondamos ahora mismo ¿quién es malo?

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Episode 064 – Vincent Paterson Special

Choreographer Vincent Patterson was at Michael Jackson’s side for many of the key moments which helped cement his status as an entertainment legend, first working with Michael as an assistant choreographer and lead dancer on the pioneering Beat It and Thriller music video shoots. When it came time to devise the videos for Michael’s next album, Bad, Vincent was brought back into the fold, working on the short films for The Way You Make Me Feel, Speed Demon, Dirty Diana and Smooth Criminal.

But it wasn’t just short films he collaborated on with Michael. He also helped shape some of the most historic live performances of Michael’s career, from directing the Bad World Tour to helping to choreograph Michael’s 1988 Grammy Awards performance.

Vincent’s association with Michael continued throughout the 1990s. He choreographed for the Black or White music video and Michael’s MTV 10th anniversary performance, helped devise Michael’s groundbreaking Superbowl half-time show and directed the Blood on the Dance Floor music video.

Today he joins Jamon and Q to discuss Michael Jackson as both an artist and a man, explaining their collaborative working process and telling the stories behind some of pop culture’s most historic moments. He also discusses his involvement in the documentary, The Man Behind the Throne, which is the focus of his work with Michael Jackson, Madonna and other celebrities.

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Thanks to listener Cody Covington, we now have a full transcript available for this episode. Our deepest thanks and gratitude, Cody.

Episode 053 – You Don’t Feel it Coming?

Episode 053 of The MJCast sees Jamon teaming up with co-host Charles Thomson and debut guest host Greg Spinks in Q’s absence. The boys begin the show by discussing follow-up around Paris Jackson’s debut as a television actress on Star and a brief update on the Cascio case. Headline news items include 3T’s retraction of their lawsuit against Radar Online, Jason Malachi’s return to the music scene, Tito Jackson’s new single, Kingvention 2017 and The Jacksons Glastonbury announcement. Jamon, Charles and Greg then discuss Michael’s alleged interest in playing Professor X in the X-Men movies, Paris Jackson presenting at the GLAAD Awards, Charles’ new favourite song by The Weeknd, new footage of Michael Jackson and finally HLN’s Michael Jackson episode of How It Really Happened. The main discussion topic of this episode is Greg Spinks’ history as an MJ fan and the previously untold story of his creation, the greatest Michael Jackson forum that ever was (in Jamon’s estimation), Maximum Jackson. We hope you enjoy this episode of the internet’s premiere podcast on all things Michael Jackson and the Jackson family.

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  • Episode 053 of The MJCast is dedicated to the mother of Taj, Taryll and TJ Jackson, Dee Dee Jackson. Please consider making a donation to the Dee Dee Jackson Foundation in her honour.
  • Paris Jackson makes her TV acting debut on Star. See a brief interview with her here.
  • Vera Serova challenges Eddie Cascio, James Porte & Angelikson’s request for reimbursement of their legal fees. Relevant court documents are the March, 2017 docs here.

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  • Greg Spinks’ history as a fan and the untold story behind Maximum Jackson

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Episode 049 – Season Two Mixtape

We’re interrupting our end of year break to give you Episode 049. This curated mixtape is made up of Jamon and Q’s favourite songs from Season Two of The MJCast. We’d like to give special mention to Michael Jackson’s premiere remix artist, Nick*, who has a monumental nine tracks out of thirty-one on this mixtape. You can follow Nick* on his websiteFacebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Soundcloud, Instagram, and YouTube. Enjoy!

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1. Michael Jackson – Off The Wall (Nick* Disco Redux)
2. The Jacksons – State of Shock (Nick* ElectroFunk Radio Edit)
3. Janet Jackson – Escapade (North Shore Remix)
4. Michael Jackson – She’s Out Of My Life (Nick* Drama Redux)
5. Michael Jackson – You Are Not Alone (Nick* Remix)
6. Michael Jackson – Scream (Le P Remix)
7. Africa Tribute to the King of Pop (Original African Ugandan Version)
8. Ahmed Alshaiba – The Don’t Care About Us (Oud Cover)
9. Michael Jackson – Jam (Nick* Redux)
10. Paulina Citzman – Still
11. Sway – The King Full Stop
12. Leslie Wai – Michael Jackson Mashup
13. Michael Jackson – Butterflies (Track Masters Remix feat. Eve)
14. Michael Jackson – Human Nature (Nick* Tropical Remix)
15. Michael Jackson – Hold My Hand (Bergs Tropical Remix) [feat. Akon]
16. Michael Jackson – You Rock My World (Neobeats Remix)
17. Nigel George – M.J. You Are Loved
18. Jeremy Green – Man In The Mirror (Viola Cover)
19. The Jacksons – Different Kind of Lady (Jam Master Re-edit)
20. Michael Jackson – Dirty Diana (Nick* Remix)
21. Michael Jackson – Rock With You (Groovefunkel Take It Slow Remix)
22. Janet Jackson – The Pleasure Principal (Rank¹ ”Airwave” 2K15 Classic Radio Edit)
23. Duwende – Smooth Criminal
24. Michael Jackson – Do You Know Where Your Children Are (2010 Version)
25. Michael Jackson – Threatened (Nick* Remix)
26. Michael Jackson – Thriller (James Egbert Remix)
27. Michael Jackson – Give In To Me (Demo)
28. Maati Baani – Heal The World (Child Prodigy Cover)
29. Boyce Avenue – Will You Be There
30. Accent – Keep The Faith
31. Michael Jackson – Remember The Time (Funk LeBlanc Remix)

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Episode 039 – A Kind of Deflated Pepsi Logo

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On Episode 039 of The MJCast, Charles Thomson joins Jamon as a guest host in Q’s absence along with Samar of The Michael Jackson Academia Project. The guys begin the show with a follow-up discussion around meaningful music, especially in regards to the new Black Eyed Peas song #WHEREStheLOVE before delving into news items including the imminent Michael Jackson documentary The Last Photoshoots, Orianthi‘s possible involvement in a new posthumous project, an MJ costume exhibition at the African American History Museum and Paris Jackson’s new Facebook page. Following this, the global release of 3T’s new album Chapter III and their two upcoming Amsterdam shows are discussed before detailing the latest developments in the Cascio Case. The main discussion topic for this episode is Charles’ and Samar’s fan stories, and the current and future work of The Michael Jackson Academia Project.

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  • Craig Williams hints that The Last Photoshoots documentary is imminent.
  • This Is It guitarist Orianthi says she’s involved in a new posthumous MJ project.
  • Michael Jackson costumes are to be included in an inaugural exhibition at the African American History Museum in Washington.
  • Paris Jackson has launched her new Facebook page.
  • 3T are to release their new album Chapter III globally on September 10th and perform at a recently announced once off concert The Celebration of Chapter III on the 17th of September.
  • Cascio Case update – Angelikson defendants file a demurrer to the fraud cause of action and Sony and the Estate are trying to make Judge Jones rule on the anti-SLAPP motion through the court of appeals.

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