Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Today, The World Pays Tribute

I must admit that I watched most of the emotional Michael Jackson memorial service, which I must say was pulled off very well. There were definitely some moments that I shed a tear or two. So I originally wasn't planning on doing another MJ post, however after watching that beautiful memorial service, nothing else seemed fitting or apropriate. With that being said, here is Tangoterje's (aka Todd Terje) superb edit of Jackson's 1979 Off The Wall album cut "I Can't Help It". Today Michael, the world pays tribute to you.

Michael Jackson - I Can't Help It (Tangoterje Edit)

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Anonymous said...

alala le grand michel
le monde sous ses pieds
son reve se réalise enfin
pour tous les DJ en mal de break et de beat je vous recommande chaudement ceci :

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Disco Dave said...

Excuse moi, but who cares about Whitney's new album? Hmmm...
Must be a record company man who posted the last comment.
A classic jacko edit by the way. My personal jacko favourite edit is the OOFT edit of Thriller.

Alex said...

you and Jacko have the same hat.

Pat Les Stache said...

I had to delete that 'Whitney Houston plug' comment. It was probably some record label person trying to get a plug on all the recent Michael Jackson posts that are currently on the web.

There's nothing worse than trying to take advantage of another artist's tragic death by plugging an upcoming "probably subpar" release.

Maybe the comment was made by Joe Jackson.

Pat Les Stache said...

HA....the same hat he says!

caponte@earthlink.net said...

Oh!...gorgeous and elegant mix by Todd! Great Post.
I follow your blog. Pat, how can I contact you? I got few records ( 45's) that I would love to share with you and surely you will have the history of them.

Michael Fan said...

Hi there,

I'm been enjoying your blog for a while, thanks.

I liked what you wrote on Michael Jackson.

professor Eddy said...

Michael was a great entertainer of course, but I don't know if he was a 'world improver', as people tried to tell us on the ceremony. A couple of years ago he wanted to give money to his birth place, but only for a statue of himself. He ignored the wishes of the mayor who wanted to use the money for improvement of the poor neighbourhoods.