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[文化博览] 【整理】2013-04-10 回顾迈克尔·杰克逊 Michael Jackson—4

 

 

 

    Michael Jackson: The Life of an Icon  | 迈克尔·杰克逊:偶像的一生

    Featuring never before seen footage and exclusive interviews with Michael's Mother Katherine and siblings Tito and Rebbie Jackson covering all the highs and also the lows in the King of Pop's extraordinary life story uniquely told by those who knew him best. Producer David Gest presents a feature length, definitive portrait of his best friend Michael Jackson.

 

本片从迈克尔最亲密朋友和家人口中的故事,回忆他们心中的迈克尔,分享杰克逊前所未见的家庭照片和演出视频。记录了迈克尔人生中最困难的时期,包括因为娈童案被捕和接受审判,以及2005年的审判是怎样影响了他和家人的生活等。

 

大卫·葛斯特是迈克尔多年的朋友,正是他制作了迈克尔·杰克逊独唱生涯30周年演唱会。这次,他制作并解说了这部全新的纪录片,并拥有迈克尔家庭内部成员,包括迈克尔的母亲凯瑟琳(Katherine Jackson)前所未有的全力配合和支持,凯瑟琳和家族成员在其中接受了采访。


 

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We had a rickety washing machine. We weren't able to buy a new one. Whenever it washed, it would creak. You know, make noises... Something like that. And Michael was like to it. I guess, was about 11 or 12 months old. He was just dancing to the rhythm of the washing machine. And I knew then that he had a lot of rhythm.

Michael would always do funny things, anything for a laugh. Anything for a laugh. La Toya was always very persnickety about the way she kept her room. And she had this beautiful... I think it was a white satin bedspread that she had just gotten. Michael took some invisible ink and he spread it all over the bedspread, squirted it all over. And then he had her come in and look at it. She was livid.

Michael used to love telling me stories about Gary, lndiana, especially how he would have a candy store, and he would sell candy to all the neighbours, and to his brothers. And he never made any money doing it, but he showed signs of being an entrepreneur at a very young age.

As kids, we had a lot of fun. You know, just playing around in the neighbourhood. You know, playing practical jokes, throwing balloons out the car windows at bus stops, singing and dancing to every song that came on the radio.

Michael would use some of the money from his candy store to go and buy 45s, because in those days, that's what kids bought, 45s. And if you were lucky, you'd buy an LP. But he started listening strongly to James Brown from the time he was about five years old. He had a great taste for real R&B, gritty R&B, like Wilson Pickett, the Dells, great singers Like Levi Stubbs. We sang country songs and we sang folk songs. And then they started singing the Temptations when we got a television. My father had a guitar that he kept locked in the closet. One day, he didn't lock the closet and l started playing that thing. I learnt evety song on the radio and made my brothers sing with me.

Joseph had warned them, "Don't play my guitar, now." And so, Tito took it out and played it, and a string broke. There was no way of hiding that he hadn't had his guitar. He punished him for it. Then he said,  "Let me hear you play. " And Tito played for him. Joe just said nothing else to him, "You can play it if you want to. "

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We had a rickety washing machine. We weren’t able to buy a new one. Whenever it washed, it would create, you know, make noises…something like that. And Michael was, I guess, he was about 11 or 12 months old. He was dancing to the rhythm of the washing machine and I knew then that he had a lot of rhythm.

Michael would always do funny things, anything, for a laugh, anything for a laugh. * was always very persnickety of the way she kept her room. And she had this beautiful, I think it was a white satin bedspread that she’d just gotten. Michael took some invisible ink and he spread it all over the bedspread, squirted it all over, then he had her come in and look at it. She was livid.

Michael used to love telling me stories about *, Indiana, especially how we would have a candy store and he would sell candy to all the neighbors and to his brothers. And he never made any money doing it, but he showed signs of being an entrepreneur at a very young age.

As kids, we had a lot of fun, you know, just playing around the neighborhood, and you know, playing practical jokes, throwing balloons out the car windows at bus stops, singing and dancing to every song that came on the radio.

Michael would use some of the money from his candy store to go and buy 45s, ‘cause in those days, that’s what kids bought, 45s. And if you were lucky, you’d buy an LP. But he started listening strong of James Brown from the time he was about five years old. He had a great taste for real R&B, gritty R&B like Wilson Pickett, the D*, great singers like *.

We sang country songs and we sang folk songs and they started singing the temptations when we got a television.

My father had a guitar that he kept locked in the closet. And one day, he didn’t lock the closet and then I started playing it. I learnt every song on the radio and made my brother sing with me.

* had warned them, “don’t play with guitar now.” and so * took it out and played it and a string broke. There was no way of hiding that he hadn’t had his guitar. He punished them for it. Then he said let me hear you play. And * played for him. * just said nothing else to him, “you can play it if you want to.”
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We had a rickety washing machine, we weren’t able to buy, whenever it washed, it would creak, you know, make noise, something like that, and Michael was, I guess he was about 11 or 12 months old, he was dancing to the rhythm of the wash machine, and I knew then that he had a lot of rhythm.
Michael would always do funny things, anything for a laugh, anything for a laugh, L was always very persnickety about the way she kept her room, as she had this beautiful, I think was a white satin bedspread that she just got it, Michael took some invisible ink and spread all over the bedspread, squirted it all over, and then had she come in and look at it, she was livid.
Michael used to love telling stories about Gary, Indiana, especially how we would have a candy store and he would sell candy to all the neighbors, and to his brothers, and he never really had money doing it, but he shown signs of being an entrepreneur at a very young age.
As kids we had a lot of fun, you know, just playing around in neighbor, you known, playing practical jokes, ** balloons out of the car windows at the bus stops, singing and dancing to every song that came on the radio.
Michael would use some of money from his candy store, to go and buy 45s, because in those days, that’s what kids bought, 45s and if you were lucky, you would buy LP, but he started listening strongly to James Brown from the time he was about five years old, he had great tasted for real R&B, gritty R&B like Wilson Pickett, the Dells, great singers like Levi S
We sang country songs, we sang folk songs, and then they started singing the Temptation when we got a television.
My father had a guitar that he kept, locked to the closet, and one day he didn’t lock the closet I started playing it, I learnt every song on the radio, and made my brothers sang with me.
Joes had warned them, don’t play my guitar now, and so Tito took it out and played it, and a string broke, there was no way of hiding that he hadn’t had his guitar, he punished them, for then he said, let me hear you play, and Tito played for him, and Joes said nothing else to them, you can play it if you want to.
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