Icon By Michael Jackson
THIS IS THE DELUXE EDITION: Michael Jackson was and will always be a musical icon, whose talent inundated the world with his greatness. He fascinated the world as a preteen, and then made the world bow down at his feet with his musical performances as an adult. The world was saddened and shock by his untimely death, however, Michael Jackson forever live on in the hearts of all that love and respect his short time on earth.
Michael Jackson was a musical icon, and inundated the world with his genius. He fascinated with his style as a preteen, and then made the world bow down at his feet with his musical performances. The world was sadden and shock by his untimely death. However, Michael Jackson forever lives in the hearts of all that love and respect his short time on earth.
Drawn from thirteen years of engaging, intelligent talks with actors, directors, playwrights, producers, icons, and legends, this collection of interviews is hosted by NPR's Terry Gross. Includes interviews with Michael Caine, Clint Eastwood, James Woods, Samuel L. Jackson, David Chase, Mel Brooks, Peter Fonda, Dustin Hoffman, Uta Hagen, and Werner Herzog.
Depicts historical icons through portraits surrounded by their associated possessions, favorites, and places, from Hemingway's hobbies and Amelia Earhart's preferred dessert, to Bruce Lee's nickname and Michael Jackson's pets.
From his youth as a prodigious talent in a gifted musical family driven by a visionary father, it was apparent that Michael Jackson was destined for fame and stardom. But his emergence from the Jackson Five in the 1970s and his explosion as a solo act in the 1980s skyrocketed him to a magnitude of super stardom that few people in history have attained.
A lively collection populated by historical icons, each poem a story about the potency of imagination, territories, border-crossings of the mind â among them: the madness of a king who wants to be a swan, Michelangelo chiselling a heart that beats into his David, Tsar Peter with his three pet dwarfs acting as generals in the army, Vera Zasulich who became the worldâ s first woman terrorist, Robinson Crusoe hunting for the footprints of Friday, Michael Jackson pretending he is Marcel Marceau as he woos Marlene Dietrich in Parisâ From the Introduction:â A profound point becomes apparent as one explores Azarovâ s juxtaposition of lovely bones: his is a classically trained mind just entered its eighth decade of life, still vibrantly trying to come to terms with that which we all ultimately face, the terrifying awareness of our own inescapable date with the black void of non-existence.
Michael Jackson was the true "King of Pop". Yet following his tragic death, many questions remain unanswered. Did he simply die a natural death, or was he in fact murdered. This eye opening film, "The Secrets of a Legend" describes MJ's life behind the scenes in great detail presenting a side of the pop icon the public has never known. Few fans had any knowledge that MJ was investigated by STASI (the secret service of Eastern Germany) for political motives that will come to light in this riveting documentary.
On the twenty-fifth anniversary of Kurt Cobain's death comes a new perspective on one of the most compelling icons of our time-and the only book written by someone who knew himIn early 1991, top music manager Danny Goldberg agreed to take on Nirvana, a critically acclaimed new band from the underground music scene in Seattle. He had no idea that the band's leader, Kurt Cobain, would become a pop-culture icon with a legacy arguably at the level of that of John Lennon, Michael Jackson, or Elvis Presley.