Leaving Neverland And The Fallout For DJ’S

After watching what I consider to be the first fully truthful documentary about Michael Jackson’s serial child molestations I am feeling depressed but certainly not shocked. In 1997 I read, “Michael Jackson Was My Lover: The Secret Diary of Jordie Chandler” and believed every word of it. This truth is not news to me. Lots of us read it back then and the shocking paperback got passed around our group of friends resulting in many even higher raised eyebrows to say the least. I think it was the first book I ever bought online actually because it was only permitted to be published in Chile due to the Chandler’s secret out of court settlement. I wish it had been returned to me because as of today it’s going for as much as $768.00 being classified as rare! Sad emoiji.

Do you have my copy of this? If so, why not have a friend email for my address me and return it to me anonymously?

After an afternoon of feeling helpless I realized there is at least one thing I can do. As of today, I will no longer be playing any Michael Jackson recordings publicly as a DJ. I realize the result of this decision could have negative monetary implications for the Jackson estate, possibly in excess of $0.05 however I think if every music programmer or DJ in the world did the same, even for year, the world might take notice.

Please watch, “Leaving Neverland.” I never fully understood the wide reaching destruction that child sex abuse causes. Thank you to the makers, the people at HBO and to everybody else that helped to bring this teary eye opening issue to the spotlight. If you don’t have access to it, email me and I will help you out.

Johnny Mathis – Love Never Felt So Good (Northern Rascal Discomix 2014)

Due for release by Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake, this is Johnny Mathis’s version from 1984 (though it sounds earlier than that). The Michael Jackson penned “Love never felt so good”, back towards the quality of the “Off the wall” “Thriller” era. I have rearranged a few bits and extended the groove….enjoy. If you dowloaded this in the first 2 hours…download again, this is better EQ and another edit at the start.

2 Essential Michael Tracks for Your Massive Library

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So young and so perfect.

That’s Quincy Jones’ masterful touch you’re hearing. The track was co-produced by Michael and Quincy. I consider it to be perfect. There is no fat, it’s trimmed down and reduced to a sonic crystalline structure that can exist as pop. ( ? )

Mastah Q do more with less.

(Funky grasshopper learn big lesson on dance floor.)

Funky grasshopper think lyric have Buddhist flair. Also same message that Jesus spread…”You’re just another part of me.”

We’re taking over
We have the truth
This is our  mission
To see it through

Don’t point your finger
We’re not dangerous
This is our planet
You’re one of us

We’re sending out
A major love
And this is our
Message to you
(Message to you)
The planets are linin’ up
We’re bringing brighter days
They’re all in line
Waiting for you
Can’t you see?
You’re just another part of me

A brother nation
Fulfill the truth
The final message
We’ll bring to you
There is no danger
Fulfill the truth
So come together
We’re me and you

We’re sending out
A major love
And this is our
Message to you
(Message to you)
The planets are linin’ up
We’re bringing brighter days
They’re all in line
Waiting for you
So know the truth
You’re just another part of me

We’re sending out
A major love
And this is our
Message to you
(Message to you)
The planets are linin’ up
We’re bringing’ brighter days
They’re all in line
Waiting for you
Can’t you see?
You’re just another part of me
Another part of me

We’re taking over
This is the truth, baby
Another part of me

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The Jacksons – Walk Right Now

No idea what the lyrics mean – but Michael sounds great and this production is GLOSSY. (three horn hits) Valentina played this one on Thursday night  high up overlooking Manhattan from the closed in terrace of Company 3. It filled the floor. It’s a floor filler. When you just can’t listen to “Can You Feel It” one more time, throw this one on. It has all the same effects and did I mention?…(Three horn hits.) This would be a great track to teach a toddler how to count to three.

Written, produced, arranged and performed by The Jacksons, this track never made it past seventy-three but went to number seven in the UK in 1981 (when the music was better.) This is a special promo 12″ version. The album is TRIUMPH by

CRANK IT