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- Print Length: 95 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B075VMV3LM
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- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
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Joe Vogel is a blessing to the world. After reading both his "Man in the Music" and this book I am so grateful to him and I will highly recomend both books for those who are really intersted in MJ's music, where it comes from, how it was created and all other things strictly to the creation of this wonderful piece of art that we can enjoy also after the Master is gone. Thank you!
Vogel approaches ‘Earth Song’, possibly the single-most important and effective song of Jackson’s career, through the prism of intensity focus. He uses the artist himself as his primary source: Jackson’s interviews, words, lyrics, harmonies, and personal convictions lie at the heart of this short-but-incisive book, and this is where its key strength lies.
Throughout the book, ‘Earth Song’ is also placed into the context of contemporary music as well as timeless artistic expression, placed in the framework of prejudice against the artist and the artist’s struggle to present a new view to his listeners and change the world.
Whether you’re an academic, a fan or spectator, this book will captivate and teach you things you never knew.
– Elizabeth Amisu, author of THE DANGEROUS PHILOSOPHIES OF MICHAEL JACKSON: HIS MUSIC, HIS PERSONA, AND HIS ARTISTIC AFTERLIFE and editor of THE JOURNAL OF MICHAEL JACKSON STUDIES.
well wrote and not one for just Jackson fans
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