Groovy Tuesday: "Blam!!" By The Brothers Johnson

Every Tuesday, the Analog Kid blog goes back in time and features some of the best groovy R&B/soul songs from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s. Sometimes you’ll hear songs from individual artists or from a specific year, and other times you’ll get an entire full-length classic LP ripped directly from the Analog Kid’s vast vinyl vault. 533 more words

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Bence Peter's BAD/Smooth Criminal Piano Mash Up

Sources: All Things Michael / Bence Peter

Musical genius Bence Peter is back with another delightful Michael Jackson cover.  The gifted Hungarian artist shared the behind the scene rehearsal footage of his latest cover of Bad, mixed in with a little Smooth Criminal. 103 more words

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Jason Derulo Channels Michael Jackson With New Video

Sources: ET – By Sophie Schillaci| All Things Michael

Jason Derulo has definitely got Michael Jackson on the brain!

The “Want to Want Me” singer has unveiled the… 133 more words

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1988: Dirty Diana Reaches #1 On Billboard Hot 100

Sources: Billboard – By Gary Trust | All Things Michael

July 2, 1988 – Michael Jackson made Billboard Hot 100 history, as “Dirty Diana” reached No. 63 more words

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100 Years Of Black Music

Sources: OUPblog – By Miki Onwudinjo | Oxford African American Studies | All Things MIchael

Celebrate the end of Black Music Month with this timeline highlighting over 100 years of music created and produced by influential African-Americans. 127 more words

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Michael Jackson’s Estate Has Made Nearly $2 Billion After His Death

June 25th marked the sixth anniversary of the passing of legendary musician, Michael Jackson. However, TMZ is reporting that his children are doing better financially than when he was alive, stating his estate has grossed about $2 billion since his passing. 52 more words


Moving a Chorus Melody Higher For a Shot of Energy

Moving a chorus higher will solve many a boring song.


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