Los Angeles

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Los Angeles (Los Ángeles), officially the City of Los Angeles and often known colloquially by its initials L.A., is the most populous city in California and the second most populous city in the United States, after New York. With an estimated population of four million, Los Angeles is the cultural, financial, and commercial center of the West Coast. Nicknamed the "City of Angels" partly because of its name's Spanish meaning, Los Angeles is known for its Mediterranean climate, ethnic diversity, Hollywood, and the entertainment industry, and sprawling metropolis.

The Girl Is Mine

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Michael Jackson: The Ultimate Collection booklet. Sony BMG. Written and composed by Michael Jackson. Produced by Quincy Jones & Michael Jackson. Rhodes electric piano: Greg Phillinganes. Acoustic piano: David Paich. Synthesizer: David Foster. Synthesizer programming: Steve Porcaro. Guitar: Dean Parks and Steve Lukather. Bass guitar: Louis Johnson. Drums: Jeff Porcaro. Vocals: Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson. Vocal arrangement by Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones. Rhythm arrangement by Quincy Jones and David Paich. Synthesizer arrangement by David Foster. Strings arranged and conducted by Jerry Hey. Concertmaster: Jerry Vinci.

The Oprah Winfrey Show

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On February 10, 1993, Winfrey sat down with Michael Jackson, who had performed nine days earlier in the Super Bowl XXVII halftime show, for what would become the most-watched interview in television history. Jackson, an intensely private entertainer, had not given an interview in 14 years. The event was broadcast live from Jackson's Neverland Ranch and was watched by 90 million people worldwide result his recently studio album Dangerous on the top-ten charts. Jackson discussed missing out on a normal childhood and his strained relationship with his father, Joe Jackson.

Hold On to Sixteen

Eight songs are covered in the episode, which include three songs originated by members of the Jackson family and performed by New Directions: The Jackson 5's "ABC", with leads by Ushkowitz, Colfer, Shum and Agron; Janet Jackson's "Control", with leads by Kevin McHale and Criss, and a spoken introduction by Agron; and Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror", with leads by McHale, Monteith, Salling, Criss and Overstreet. Those three songs are included on the soundtrack album Glee: The Music, Volume 7.

Michael Forever – The Tribute Concert

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The event was organised by Global Live Events and had the support of Jackson's mother Katherine Jackson, his sister La Toya and his brothers Tito, Marlon and Jackie, but not that of his other brothers Randy and Jermaine, his other sister Janet, several relatives, the official Michael Jackson Fan Club or even the singer's executors, as they claimed the concert would distract from the involuntary manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, Jackson's former doctor.

Timeline of musical events

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Deaths of Michael Jackson, James Owen Sullivan, Leon Kirchner, Les Paul, Ali Akbar Khan, Merce Cunningham, Ron Asheton, Henri Pousseur, Mary Travers, Stephen Gately, and Alain Bashung. Lady Gaga releases The Fame Monster. Flo Rida releases his studio album R.O.O.T.S.. His lead single "Right Round" introduces future pop star Kesha to a mainstream audience. Noel Gallagher departs from Oasis after 18 years. Phoenix release Lisztomania. Michael Bublé's Crazy Love. The Black Eyed Peas's The E.N.D. Debut of:.

Greg Phillinganes

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The year 1978 began a three-decade-long involvement with Michael Jackson and The Jacksons for Phillinganes. He arranged The Jacksons' 1978 album Destiny and played keyboard on the 1980s Triumph album. In the process, he became close with the Jackson family, accompanying them to Walt Disney World and referring to Katherine Jackson as "mom". He contributed to every one of Michael Jackson's solo albums, and cites the title track from 1982's Thriller as a classic example of his work. In an interview with Atlanta, Phillinganes recalled, "I did the synth bass part, those high-pitched synth parts, I did the Rhodes [keyboard] part and even did the pipe organ that Vincent Price does his rap over.

A Place with No Name

Jackson's version of "A Place with No Name" is not the first song by a member of the musical Jackson family to sample the work of America. Janet Jackson's hit "Someone to Call My Lover" — from the 2001 album All for You — samples "Ventura Highway", a song from America's 1972 Homecoming album. According to Dr. Freeze, the version of "A Place with No Name" that leaked is the final version Michael heard and approved in 2008, which is credited as the original version in the deluxe edition of Xscape. Prior to the leakage of the original version in December 2013, a cover of Jackson's work was posted at YouTube in January 2011, recorded by a mysterious person with a pseudonym "Spino".

Winchmore School

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Winchmore School is the only school in the world to have a long-standing relationship with the Jackson family. In September 2009 the Jackson family awarded year 12 Winchmore student Saul Nash the Michael Jackson Award for Outstanding Achievement in Expressive Arts. Saul was the first person in the world to win the award. Katherine Jackson, who spoke to Saul on the phone and congratulated him, has said that she and her daughter Janet Jackson would like to visit the school sometime in the future. Tito Jackson visited the school in December 2009, when he spoke to a group of students.

1992 in music

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"In the Closet" – Michael Jackson (#2 IT, SP, #4 IRL, #5 AUS, NZ, #6 US). "Iron Lion Zion" – Bob Marley (#2 NZ, SWE, #3 FR, #5 BE, UK). "I'll Be There" – Mariah Carey (#1 US, CAN, NLD). "I'm Too Sexy" – Right Said Fred (#1 US). "It's a Fine Day" – Opus III (#2 SP, #5 UK, #6 IRL). "It's My Life" – Dr Alban (#1 AUT, BE, GER, IT, NLD, SWE). "It's Probably Me" – Sting & Eric Clapton (#1 IT, #2 FR). "It Will Make Me Crazy" – Felix (#1 FIN, #3 SWI, #4 IRL). "I Wanna Be a Kennedy" – U96 (#3 SWI, #4 GER, #6 AUT). "I Will Always Love You" – Whitney Houston. "It Only Takes a Minute" – Take That (#7 UK). "Jam" – Michael Jackson (#1 SP, #2 NZ, #5 IRL). "James Brown Is Dead" – L.A.

Ai (singer)

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She collaborated with The Jacksons on December 13 and 14, 2011, at the Michael Jackson Tribute Live tribute concerts held in Tokyo. She performed the vocals in the third act for Michael Jackson's songs. She also performed and released the theme song for the event, "Letter in the Sky" featuring the Jacksons. In November 2011, Ai released the song "Happiness", a collaboration with Coca-Cola for their winter 2011 campaign. The song was a hit, being certified gold in two different mediums. The song revitalised the sales of her ninth studio album, Independent, which has sold more than 60,000 copies.

Signature (dance group)

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In addition, Mirza has worked with Chris Brown, Leona Lewis, McFly, Dannii Minogue, Jay Sean, Alexandra Burke, Sugababes, and choreographer Lavelle Smith Junior (who has choreographed for Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, and Beyoncé Knowles). In 2006, Mirza performed for Michael Jackson at the televised World Music Awards 2006 held in Earls Court, London, where he had met Jackson in person. Singh, meanwhile, has hosted television shows on the Zee Music channel, and had also appeared on the music video for Jay Sean's "Eyes on You" in 2004.

Jackson family (disambiguation)

Jackson family may refer to: Jackson family, - an American family of singers. Rebbie Jackson (born 1950). Michael Jackson (1958–2009). Jackie Jackson (born 1951). Tito Jackson (born 1953). Jermaine Jackson (born 1954). La Toya Jackson (born 1956). Marlon Jackson (born 1957). Randy Jackson (The Jacksons) (born 1961). Janet Jackson (born 1966). 3T an American R&B/pop music group. The Jackson 5, an American popular family music group.

Michael (Glee)

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The remaining six songs that are covered in the episode include "I Just Can't Stop Loving You", performed by Michele and Monteith; The Jackson 5's "Never Can Say Goodbye", sung by Agron; "Ben" sung by Colfer, Michele and Monteith; "Black or White" featuring Riley, Rivera, Michele, McHale and Colfer; "Human Nature" sung by Riley and Overstreet; and the Michael and Janet Jackson song "Scream", performed by McHale and Harry Shum, Jr. "Human Nature" was originally reported as being part of a mash-up with Nat King Cole's "Nature Boy", but the song as performed is the Jackson song alone.

List of African-American singers

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Jackson family: pop, R&B, soul, dance. Rebbie Jackson (born 1950). Jackie Jackson (born 1951). Tito Jackson (born 1953). Jermaine Jackson (born 1954). La Toya Jackson (born 1956). Marlon Jackson (born 1957). Michael Jackson (1958–2009). Randy Jackson (born 1961). Janet Jackson (born 1966). Chuck Jackson (born 1937): R&B. Freddie Jackson (born 1956): soul. Mahalia Jackson (1911–1972): gospel. Millie Jackson (born 1944): soul, disco, R&B. Randy Jackson (born 1956). Etta James (1938–2012): blues, R&B, soul, jazz, gospel. Al Jarreau (1940–2017): jazz, R&B, soul. Etta Jones (1928–2001): jazz. Valerie June (born 1982): folk, blues, soul, bluegrass, pop.

List of burials at Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)

Maud Humphrey (1868–1940), suffragette, commercial illustrator, mother of Humphrey Bogart. Marlin Hurt (1905–1948), actor and comedian. June Hutton (1919–1973), actress and singer. Martha Hyer (1924–2014), actress, widow of Hal B. Wallis. Wiard Ihnen (1897–1979), art director and production designer, husband of costume designer, Edith Head. Rex Ingram (1892–1950), Irish director. George Irving (1874–1961), actor. NP Joe Jackson (1928–2018), talent manager, Jackson family patriarch, father of Michael Jackson. NP Michael Jackson (1958–2009), entertainer, singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer.

Midtown (Gary)

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Famous people from Midtown include the musicians of the Jackson family, such as Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson. Other noted Midtown residents include educator Ida B. King. The neighborhood also hosted many jazz and blues musicians during the segregation period.

DeBarge family

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Though he hasn't had any solo success since DeBarge's breakup, James is most notable for his personal relationship and short marriage to R&B and pop singer Janet Jackson during the early 1980s. James and Jackson annulled their marriage in 1985 because of James' drug problems and disapproval from Jackson's parents Joseph and Katherine. In 2001, James recorded a song with Won-G Bruny and Traci Bingham called Nothing's Wrong, The music video didn't feature Traci but James has lip-synced both parts of the chorus, his and Traci's. James' daughter Kristinia was 19 when Island Records / Sodapop released her debut album, Exposed, in July 2009. Chico was 18 when he released his first album in 1985.

MTV

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By the early 1990s, MTV was playing a combination of pop-friendly hard rock acts, chart-topping metal and hard rock acts such as Metallica, Nirvana and Guns N' Roses, pop singers such as Michael Jackson, Madonna, Janet Jackson, and New Kids on the Block, and R&B groups such as New Edition, En Vogue, Bell Biv Devoe, SWV, Tony Toni Tone, TLC and Boyz II Men, while introducing hit rappers Vanilla Ice and MC Hammer.

HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I

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Crystal Jackson – children's chorus, choir/chorus. Janet Jackson – duet vocals, producer, vocal arrangement, background vocals. Michael Jackson – arranger, director, drums, executive producer, guitar, horn arrangements, keyboard arrangements, keyboards, liner notes, percussion, primary artist, producer, rhythm arrangements, sequencing arranger, string arrangements, synthesizer, synthesizer arrangements, vocal arrangement, vocals, background vocals. Paul Jackson, Jr. - guitar. Randy Jackson – percussion. Terry Jackson – bass. Jimmy Jam – arranger, drum programming, drums, keyboards, percussion, producer, programming, synthesizer, synthesizer bass, synthesizer programming, vocal arrangement.

Billboard 200

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Three of Michael Jackson's albums (Number Ones, The Essential Michael Jackson and Thriller) claimed positions 1-3 respectively on Top Pop Catalog Albums and Top Comprehensive Albums in the week following Jackson's death. In 2012, Adam Lambert became the first openly gay musician to debut at No. 1 with his album Trespassing. There have been 25 albums released on an independent label to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Jackie Gleason, at least for a time, held the record for the most albums to top the Billboard 200 without charting any songs in the top 40 of the Hot 100; five of Gleason's mood music albums topped the Billboard 200 in the mid-1950s.

List of best-selling music artists

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That is why Cliff Richard, Diana Ross, Scorpions, Bing Crosby, Gloria Estefan, Deep Purple, Iron Maiden, Tom Jones, The Jackson 5, Dionne Warwick, the Spice Girls, Dolly Parton, Ozzy Osbourne, Andrea Bocelli and others have not been included on this list. The more recent the artist, the higher the required percentage of certified units, this is because more music markets instituted certification systems after 1980s and 1990s. So artists such as Rihanna, Chris Brown, Taylor Swift, Flo Rida, Katy Perry, Drake, Justin Bieber, Adele, Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Nicki Minaj and Ed Sheeran are expected to have their claimed figures supported by over 75% in certified units.