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Strut is the upcoming tenth studio album by American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and arranger Lenny Kravitz, will be released on September 23, 2014. It will be the first release on Kravitz’s own Roxie Records, with distribution by Kobalt Label Services.
No. Title Length
1. “Sex” 3:55
2. “The Chamber” 4:57
3. “Dirty White Boots” 3:58
4. “New York City” 6:23
5. “The Pleasure And The Pain” 5:09
6. “Strut” 3:10
7. “Frankenstein” 4:35
8. “She’s A Beast” 4:43
9. “I’m A Believer” 3:17
10. “Happy Birthday” 4:57
11. “I Never Want To let You Down” 4:38
12. “Ooh Baby Baby”
Michael Interviewed Pharrell
MICHAEL JACKSON: So, I’m interviewing you, right? And I think it’s seven questions, or something like that?
PHARRELL WILLIAMS: Sure. Whatever you like.
MICHAEL: Okay. What would you say inspires you in your music? What is it that inspires you to create your music?
WILLIAMS: It’s a feeling. You treat the air as a canvas and the paint is the chords that come through your fingers, out of the keyboard. So when I’m playing, I’m sort of painting a feeling in the air. I know that might sound corny, but—
MICHAEL: No. No, that’s a perfect analogy.
WILLIAMS: And when you know it’s done, you know it’s done. It’s like painting or sculpting. When you let it go it’s because you know that it’s finished. It’s completed. And vice versa—it tells you, “Hey, I’m not done.”
MICHAEL: Yeah. And it refuses to let you sleep until it’s finished.
WILLIAMS: That’s right.
MICHAEL: Yeah, I go through the same thing. [laughs] And what do you think of the music today—are you into the new sounds that are being created and the direction that
music is going?
WILLIAMS: Well, personally, I kind of feel like I’m taking notes from people like yourself and Stevie [Wonder] and Donny [Hathaway], and just sort of doing what feels right.
WILLIAMS: You know, like when everyone was going one way, you went ‘Off the Wall.’
MICHAEL: Right. [laughs]
WILLIAMS: And when everyone else was going another way, you went ‘Thriller.’ You just did it your way. And I’m taking notes from people like yourself, like not being afraid to listen to your feelings and turn your aspirations and ambitions into material. Making it happen, making it materialize . . .
MICHAEL: Who are some of the older artists—not the artists on the radio today—who inspired you when you were younger? Like the artists your father listened to, did you learn anything from those artists?
WILLIAMS: Absolutely. The Isley Brothers.
MICHAEL: Yeah, me too. I love the Isley Brothers. And I love Sly and the Family Stone.
WILLIAMS: Donny, Stevie.
MICHAEL: You like all the people I like. [laughs]
WILLIAMS: Those chord changes. They take you away.
MICHAEL: Beautiful, beautiful. Okay, well, where are you? In New York?
WILLIAMS: I’m in Virginia Beach, Virginia, sir.
MICHAEL: Virginia! Oh, beautiful. Will you give my love to Virginia?
WILLIAMS: Yes. Thank you.
MICHAEL: And your mother and your parents? Because God has blessed you with special gifts.
WILLIAMS: Thank you, sir. And I just want to say something, and I don’t know if you want to hear this, but I just have to say it because it’s on my heart. But people bother you—
WILLIAMS: Because they love you. That’s the only reason why. When you do something that people don’t necessarily understand, they’re going to make it into a bigger problem than they would for anybody else because you’re one of the most amazing talents that’s ever lived. You’ve accomplished and achieved more in this century than most any other men.
MICHAEL: Well, thank you very much. That’s very kind of you.
WILLIAMS: What you do is so amazing. When you are 100 years old, and they’re still making up things about what you’ve done to this and what you’ve done to that on your body—please believe me, if you decided you wanted to dip your whole body in chrome, you are so amazing that the world, no matter what they say, is going to be right there to see it. And that is because of what you have achieved in the music world, and in changing people’s lives. People are having children to your songs. You’ve affected the world.
MICHAEL: Thank you very much. It’s like the bigger the star, the bigger the target. You know when you’re—and I’m not being a braggadocio or anything like that—but you know you’re on top when they start throwing arrows at you. Even Jesus was crucified. People who bring light to the world, from Mahatma Gandhi to Martin Luther King to Jesus Christ, even myself. And my motto has been ‘Heal the World,’ ‘We are the World,’ ‘Earth Song,’ Save Our Children, Help Our Planet. And people want to persecute me for it, but it never hurts, because the fan base becomes stronger. And the more you hit something hard, the more hardened it becomes—the stronger it becomes. And that’s what’s happened: I’m resilient. I have rhinoceros skin. Nothing can hurt me. Nothing.
WILLIAMS: That’s precisely my point. I just want to let you know you’re amazing, man. What you do to music, what you’ve done to music, from ‘Billie Jean’ to ‘That’s What You Get (For Being Polite)’ —[sings] “That’s what you get for being polite.”
MICHAEL: Oh, you know that one? [laughs]
WILLIAMS: [sings] “Jack still sits all alone.”
MICHAEL: Boy, you know all those ones . . . [hums a guitar riff]
WILLIAMS: If I never work with you, just know that you are unstoppable. That’s why I said, when you’re 100 years old and you decide to dip your entire body in chrome, as much as they say things—and I don’t care what they say about you, sir—they’re going to be right there to see it.
MICHAEL: There’s a lot of jealousy there. I love all races, I love all people, but sometimes there’s a devil in people, and they get jealous. Every time there’s a luminary that goes beyond the heights of his field of endeavour, people tend to get jealous and try to bring him down. But they can’t with me because I’m very, very, very strong. [laughs] They don’t know that, though.
WILLIAMS: They know! Please believe me, they know!
MICHAEL: Anybody else would’ve cracked by now; they can’t crack me. I’m very strong.
WILLIAMS: Of course. They couldn’t crack you when you were 10, because you were destroying grown men doing what you did with your voice and your talent. And when you were 20, you were outdoing people that had been doing it for 20 or 30 years. And nowadays they’re still waiting to see where you’re at. They want to see your kids, they want to see your world. You’re amazing, and I just wanted to tell you that, man. And I hope that this all gets printed because it’s very important to me. I hope that I can be half as dope as you one day.
MICHAEL: Oh, God bless you. You’re wonderful, too . . . Have a lovely day.
WILLIAMS: You too, sir.
MICHAEL: Thank you. Bye.
The Interview titled, ‘Michael Jackson’ is credited to Pharrell Williams, Andy Warhol and Bob Colacello.
“Jay-Z continues to do things differently for the rollout leading up to his new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail. In anticipation of a Justin Timberlake collaboration titled “Holy Grail,” which we’ll be receiving in full tomorrow, Hov has decided to let go some of the track’s lyrics.
The lyrics were made available through his Google Play app, which Samsung user can now download in the Google Play store. The album will be available for 1 million Samsung Galaxy users on July 4th, and the following 72 hours for the rest of the world.”
And what we hear:
[Verse 3: Jay-Z]
Now I got tattoos on my body, psycho bitches in my lobby
I got haters in the paper, photo shoots with paparazzi
Can’t even take my daughter for a walk
See em by the corner store, I feel like I’m cornered off
Enough is enough, I’m calling this off
Who the fuck I’m kidding though
I’m getting high, sitting low
Sliding by in that big body
Curtains all in my window
This fame hurt but this chain works
I think back you asked the same person
If this is all you had to deal with
Nigga deal with, this shit ain’t work
This light work
Camera snapping, my eyes hurt
Niggas dying back where I was birthed
Fuck your IRIS and the IRS
Get the hell up off your high horse
You got the shit that niggas die for, dry yours
Why you mad, take the good with the bad
Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water
You still alive, still that nigga
Nigga you survived
You still getting bigger nigga
Living the life, Vanilla wafers
In a villa, illest nigga alive
Michael Jackson’s Thriller
Thank you to all the Soldiers of L.O.V.E and those who beLIEve!
So, it took two years since the disappearance of Michael. But until now there are new puzzles, characters, questions … and answers. A few days ago came the song of Michael Jackson and Barry Gibb “All in Your Name”.
Also you can download the song, for only $ 1.15 via Barry Gibb’s website.
Going directly to the site, I found Barry’s an interesting description of the song.
What is it? Typo or a sign?
Why in the Day “anniversary of the death” at Forest Lawn was not the closest people?
Diana Ross leaves a florists in West Hollywood June 25.
Katherine Jackson was at home with some of her grandchildren.
So maybe no one to come?
Michael is alive…
Thanks for finding it to Anhel&Olesja with forum http://jacksonlive.mybb.ru/
July 18, 2010: Twitpic by Nelson De La Nuez
Special thanks to La Estrella
Many who saw the clip Sade Soldier Of Love noticed some similarities and parallels with the work and message of Michael. Directed clip Solier of Love is a David Lachapelle.
It is interesting that this song Sade is included in the catalog Sony / ATV Music Publishing partially owned by Michael.
1. I’m Paranoid
2. Respect It Or Check It
3. Suicide Watch
4. Things We Do
5. Get The Money
6. Funny How Time Flies
7. If U Leaving, Then Leave…
9. Michael Jackson Freestyle
10. London Girl Pt2
11. Touch Me
12. Put That Work In
Pictures of David Lachapelle.
It depicts Michael Jackson on the model The Pieta by Michelangelo.
La Pietà, Michel-Ange, 1498-1499
“This famous work of art depicts the body of Jesus on the lap of his mother Mary after the Crucifixion. The theme is of Northern origin, popular by that time in France but not yet in Italy. Michelangelo’s interpretation of the Pietà is unique to the precedents. It is an important work as it balances the Renaissance ideals of classical beauty with naturalism. The statue is one of the most highly finished works by Michelangelo.”