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First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 18, 2011, 05:37:10 PM

First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'
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Michael Jackson was a genius of unrivaled artistic grace who gave the world a story that may never be fully absorbed. Eccentric to the point of painful isolation, yet deeply loved by myriad fans of many different stripes, Jackson embodied the extremes of America's glittering, punishing popular culture. His music ranks among its highest achievements, while the details of his life and death, at age 50 in 2008, confound us.

Michael Jackson: Immortal adds another dimension to the Jackson omnibus. He's the third pop star to earn his own Cirque du Soleil production — after The Beatles and Elvis Presley — but he probably should have been the first. No contemporary pop star identified more with the flash and magic of old-time entertainment, which Cirque has so artfully brought into the age of new technologies. And none have been as open as Jackson was to the dark side of the circus arts — to the pomp and tomfoolery, the weirdness of the freak show, the god-defying hubris of the acrobats.

This soundtrack album crafts a new version of Jackson's life story through remixes of his biggest hits and a few obscurities, as well as his own stated favorite songs. The final product forms a brightly colored backdrop specifically designed to suit Cirque's candy-coated acid-trip style. Musical director Kevin Antunes, who's worked with glossy acts like Madonna and Justin Timberlake, uses touchstones from Jackson's life — his childhood as a member of his era's most famous family band, speeches he gave about his love of nature and dedication to helping needy children, the fascination with horror that produced "Thriller" — to form a sonic narrative that's both instantly familiar and sometimes jarring. It's a fitting complement to the Cirque method of dazzling its audiences while also aiming to unsettle them.


Olivier Samson Arcand
Medleys like the one devoted to Jackson 5 hits or the hit-strewn "Immortal Megamix" offer a new way into very familiar material ("Billie Jean," "ABC") without really altering the basic ingredients. Sometimes the songs break up as if someone had turned the knob on an old radio; sometimes Antunes throws a snippet of Jackson's speaking voice into his mash-ups. The effect is startling — instead of absorbing the music in the habitual way, you're forced to pay attention, as if you've just walked in on somebody else's listening experience.

It's a fun new way to take on Jackson's music — not offering a ton of new insights, but helping us hear more clearly what we thought we knew so well. Removed from the Cirque production (which is likely on its way to a city near you soon), this soundtrack becomes a kind of Zen stick — it gives your ears a slap and reminds you how fresh these great songs sounded when you first discovered them.

There are some moments of great beauty, too: the voice of the young Michael, ringing like a glass bell, in a minimalist remix of "I'll Be There," or the impeccable, iridescent "Human Nature" given a soft new introduction. Mostly, though, this is music meant to inspired Cirque's body artists and dancers. Lesser-known Jacksons songs like "This Place Hotel" and late-career highlights like "They Don't Care About Us" feature big beats: You can just see the Spandex-clad chorus line busting some smooth criminal moves.
Michael Jackson: Immortal joins a burgeoning number of posthumous releases inviting new listeners (children, for example) and old fans into this classic body of work through a new door. It's always good to go back to the music. The recent trial and conviction of Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, for his part in the singer's death took the world's attention away from his art again, a problem that will always plague his legacy. Jackson was our tragic object lesson, our golden boy genius, our angelic messenger and our most heartbreaking fallen star. But, above all, he was pop's magician. Like the sequined costumes he loved to wear, Jackson's music reflected in seemingly infinite directions, melding elements of jazz, soul, pop, hip-hop, rock, schmaltz, rage, raw eroticism and seraphic spirituality.

Jackson himself compared his gift to the world-creating force of nature itself. "When I create my music, I feel like an instrument of nature," he once said. "I wonder what delight nature must feel when we open our hearts and express our God-given talents. The sound of approval rolls across the universe, and the whole world abounds in magic, wonder fills our hearts, for what we've glimpsed, for an instant, the playfulness of life." Antunes samples part of that speech on Immortal. For a moment, Jackson seems to be right here with us. It's a trick, of course. Michael Jackson, that illusionist, would have loved it.

http://www.npr.org/2011/11/16/142418013/first-listen-michael-jackson-immortal

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It's a trick, of course. Michael Jackson, that illusionist, would have loved it.
8-)

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I hope to see a show once.  michael-jackson/
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 18, 2011, 06:34:08 PM
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Michael Jackson was a genius of unrivaled artistic grace who gave the world a story that may never be fully absorbed. Eccentric to the point of painful isolation, yet deeply loved by myriad fans of many different stripes, Jackson embodied the extremes of America's glittering, punishing popular culture. His music ranks among its highest achievements, while the details of his life and death, at age 50 in 2008, confound us.
Sorry, just had to point this out. Typo or deliberate?
"I ask for a bad guy, and they give me MICHAEL JACKSON?!?!?"

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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 18, 2011, 10:23:05 PM
I've been listening to these songs all night....they are good. "I'll Be There" gave me goosebumps.....such a beautiful song. I am going the Cirque show in Vegas in December as well as the Fanfest. I am beyond excited!
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 18, 2011, 10:43:20 PM
On the Scary/Threatened song they keep repeating the "Hail, the king has risen" line from Monster several times in a row.

In the middle it goes from Scary into the following......

"I always feel like...somebody's watching me...."  with the sounds of cameras clicking non-stop (obviously paparazzi) then it goes onto.....

"A Nightmare....that's the case....Never Neverland...that's the place....a monster...that you can see disappear....a monster...the worst thing to hear...." (Does anyone know what this is from? I've never heard it before.)

then it goes into the "Hail, the king has risen"....

Take a listen and let me know what you think.
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 19, 2011, 04:30:31 AM
"A Nightmare....that's the case....Never Neverland...that's the place....a monster...that you can see disappear....a monster...the worst thing to hear...." (Does anyone know what this is from? I've never heard it before.)

You are a new fan, aren't you  ;)
Check this out -
http://www.youtube.com/user/MyWhoisit#p/u/4/1My6f6vBXeY
check all vids on channel, they are cool.

Quote from there:
"Michael Jacksons Song THREATENED contains excerpts from Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone", an american television anthology series. Jackson refers in THREATENED to some significant Twilight Zone episodes. Significant for his past, present and future."

MJs songs nearly always have crazy amount of hidden messages and references, same with short films.
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 19, 2011, 06:16:18 AM
Thanks everlastinglove_MJ! Cirque du Soleil no doubt has made every effort to make this show up to Michael. Listen to some songs and at first sound odd, but have an effect consistent with the show. It's a show I'd like to see. Thanks for sharing   moonwalk_/

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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 19, 2011, 07:16:13 AM
I'm definitely buying this album. It's amazing.  bounce/

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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 19, 2011, 11:26:33 AM
"A Nightmare....that's the case....Never Neverland...that's the place....a monster...that you can see disappear....a monster...the worst thing to hear...." (Does anyone know what this is from? I've never heard it before.)

You are a new fan, aren't you  ;)
Check this out -
http://www.youtube.com/user/MyWhoisit#p/u/4/1My6f6vBXeY
check all vids on channel, they are cool.

Quote from there:
"Michael Jacksons Song THREATENED contains excerpts from Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone", an american television anthology series. Jackson refers in THREATENED to some significant Twilight Zone episodes. Significant for his past, present and future."

MJs songs nearly always have crazy amount of hidden messages and references, same with short films.


Yes...there are many songs that I haven't heard all the versions of......I've been listening to MJ Tunes and there are many that I've heard for the first time.
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 19, 2011, 11:35:26 AM
It's weird...I've heard Threatened before, but I guess I didn't really LISTEN to it. I had never noticed that part before. (shame on anewfan)
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 19, 2011, 12:17:14 PM
I am surprised they used Somebody's watching me suspicious// suspicious// suspicious// afraid/ afraid/ afraid/

Was it ever included on a MJ album?! I might not be well informed but I don't recall seeing it on any MJ album.


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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 19, 2011, 01:11:04 PM
I really like this album. Thankfully there's even more to come.

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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 19, 2011, 01:59:17 PM

First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'
by Ann Powers

Hear 'Immortal' In Its Entirety[1 hr 16 min 46 sec] Add to Playlist
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close Purchase Featured Music"The Immortal Intro"Album: ImmortalArtist: Michael JacksonLabel: EPICReleased: 2011Amazon »Your purchase helps support NPR Programming. How?
 
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November 18, 2011
Michael Jackson was a genius of unrivaled artistic grace who gave the world a story that may never be fully absorbed. Eccentric to the point of painful isolation, yet deeply loved by myriad fans of many different stripes, Jackson embodied the extremes of America's glittering, punishing popular culture. His music ranks among its highest achievements, while the details of his life and death, at age 50 in 2008, confound us.

Michael Jackson: Immortal adds another dimension to the Jackson omnibus. He's the third pop star to earn his own Cirque du Soleil production — after The Beatles and Elvis Presley — but he probably should have been the first. No contemporary pop star identified more with the flash and magic of old-time entertainment, which Cirque has so artfully brought into the age of new technologies. And none have been as open as Jackson was to the dark side of the circus arts — to the pomp and tomfoolery, the weirdness of the freak show, the god-defying hubris of the acrobats.

This soundtrack album crafts a new version of Jackson's life story through remixes of his biggest hits and a few obscurities, as well as his own stated favorite songs. The final product forms a brightly colored backdrop specifically designed to suit Cirque's candy-coated acid-trip style. Musical director Kevin Antunes, who's worked with glossy acts like Madonna and Justin Timberlake, uses touchstones from Jackson's life — his childhood as a member of his era's most famous family band, speeches he gave about his love of nature and dedication to helping needy children, the fascination with horror that produced "Thriller" — to form a sonic narrative that's both instantly familiar and sometimes jarring. It's a fitting complement to the Cirque method of dazzling its audiences while also aiming to unsettle them.


Olivier Samson Arcand
Medleys like the one devoted to Jackson 5 hits or the hit-strewn "Immortal Megamix" offer a new way into very familiar material ("Billie Jean," "ABC") without really altering the basic ingredients. Sometimes the songs break up as if someone had turned the knob on an old radio; sometimes Antunes throws a snippet of Jackson's speaking voice into his mash-ups. The effect is startling — instead of absorbing the music in the habitual way, you're forced to pay attention, as if you've just walked in on somebody else's listening experience.

It's a fun new way to take on Jackson's music — not offering a ton of new insights, but helping us hear more clearly what we thought we knew so well. Removed from the Cirque production (which is likely on its way to a city near you soon), this soundtrack becomes a kind of Zen stick — it gives your ears a slap and reminds you how fresh these great songs sounded when you first discovered them.

There are some moments of great beauty, too: the voice of the young Michael, ringing like a glass bell, in a minimalist remix of "I'll Be There," or the impeccable, iridescent "Human Nature" given a soft new introduction. Mostly, though, this is music meant to inspired Cirque's body artists and dancers. Lesser-known Jacksons songs like "This Place Hotel" and late-career highlights like "They Don't Care About Us" feature big beats: You can just see the Spandex-clad chorus line busting some smooth criminal moves.
Michael Jackson: Immortal joins a burgeoning number of posthumous releases inviting new listeners (children, for example) and old fans into this classic body of work through a new door. It's always good to go back to the music. The recent trial and conviction of Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, for his part in the singer's death took the world's attention away from his art again, a problem that will always plague his legacy. Jackson was our tragic object lesson, our golden boy genius, our angelic messenger and our most heartbreaking fallen star. But, above all, he was pop's magician. Like the sequined costumes he loved to wear, Jackson's music reflected in seemingly infinite directions, melding elements of jazz, soul, pop, hip-hop, rock, schmaltz, rage, raw eroticism and seraphic spirituality.

Jackson himself compared his gift to the world-creating force of nature itself. "When I create my music, I feel like an instrument of nature," he once said. "I wonder what delight nature must feel when we open our hearts and express our God-given talents. The sound of approval rolls across the universe, and the whole world abounds in magic, wonder fills our hearts, for what we've glimpsed, for an instant, the playfulness of life." Antunes samples part of that speech on Immortal. For a moment, Jackson seems to be right here with us. It's a trick, of course. Michael Jackson, that illusionist, would have loved it.

http://www.npr.org/2011/11/16/142418013/first-listen-michael-jackson-immortal

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It's a trick, of course. Michael Jackson, that illusionist, would have loved it.
8-)

I loved reading (& listening) this article and I'd like to share it with you.
I hope to see a show once.  michael-jackson/
If you've been to a show, please share, I'd love to know. It must be awesome!

With L.O.V.E.


Thank you very much for this news :) !! I listned on some snippets on youtube and the album is great  :)!!!

Michael Jackson "Immortal"-snippets (CD)
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSSqPiLCdrA&feature=channel_video_title[/youtube]

If you have time please listen to this video,it's about how the album was made.All this people LOVES Michael so  much  :cry: OMG ,you can actually feel this from the way they speach about him .At the I'll be there song part I have to admit that I cried  :cry: ,but when I heard the chorus started singing together with They don't care about song I was so happy and felt chillis all over my body.The music ,the passion ,everything is just beautiful  penguin/ !!!!

Michael Jackson - Immortal EPK
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FasTWBc-Bg0[/youtube]

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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 19, 2011, 07:31:59 PM
I am surprised they used Somebody's watching me suspicious// suspicious// suspicious// afraid/ afraid/ afraid/
Was it ever included on a MJ album?! I might not be well informed but I don't recall seeing it on any MJ album.

Nope I guess, it's Rockwell debut song, why would it be on MJ album?
Yeah, it's unusual it was used on MJ album now  suspicious//

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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 19, 2011, 07:34:43 PM
Michael and Jermaine were singing the chorus in "Somebody´s watching me" ;-)
You and I were never separate

It's just an illusion

Wrought by the magical lens of Perception



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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 19, 2011, 07:42:47 PM
 :-\ :P :'( :'( :'(

I´ll never get over it   :'( :'(

 /overreacting/ can´t i enjoy a song without  :'(  /overreacting/  /scream/
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 19, 2011, 09:38:01 PM
Everlastinglove....I saw the Cirque show in Vancouver and it was amazing !!!!   The band was awesome, the sound was crystal clear and my heart wanted to jump out of my chest.  The way they remixed the music made all the difference, it really made it exciting and brought out the energy of the performers.

The dancers have incredible talent and others who do things with their bodies that is unimaginable.  They are from all over the world
(I always wondered why there were so many in TII)  My favourite were the twins (dancers), great energy and stage presence.  There was a dancer on crutches as he had only one leg, he received a standing ovation at the end of the show. 

When the song Will You Be There started playing.... :shock: I felt like Michael was there singing,  I turned to my friend and said "okay where is he?"   

I want that feeling back...feeling like I was so close to Michael I could touch his hand and the few times crying wishing I could. 
I will never forget the experience and hope to see it again soon...maybe Vegas !!!!

 /bravo/ to MJ and Cirque du Soleil.
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

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Michael Jackson was a genius of unrivaled artistic grace who gave the world a story that may never be fully absorbed. Eccentric to the point of painful isolation, yet deeply loved by myriad fans of many different stripes, Jackson embodied the extremes of America's glittering, punishing popular culture. His music ranks among its highest achievements, while the details of his life and death, at age 50 in 2008, confound us.
Sorry, just had to point this out. Typo or deliberate?

You've got sharp eyes! Uhm.. a typo.. no, deliberate :-\, well it depends who's behind this article  ;)
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 20, 2011, 05:13:00 PM
I've been listening to these songs all night....they are good. "I'll Be There" gave me goosebumps.....such a beautiful song. I am going the Cirque show in Vegas in December as well as the Fanfest. I am beyond excited!

Lucky you ::P Will you let me know how it was?

Hope you'll have a great time!
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 20, 2011, 05:39:32 PM
"A Nightmare....that's the case....Never Neverland...that's the place....a monster...that you can see disappear....a monster...the worst thing to hear...." (Does anyone know what this is from? I've never heard it before.)

You are a new fan, aren't you  ;)
Check this out -
http://www.youtube.com/user/MyWhoisit#p/u/4/1My6f6vBXeY
check all vids on channel, they are cool.

Quote from there:
"Michael Jacksons Song THREATENED contains excerpts from Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone", an american television anthology series. Jackson refers in THREATENED to some significant Twilight Zone episodes. Significant for his past, present and future."

MJs songs nearly always have crazy amount of hidden messages and references, same with short films.


I've watched the link you posted. Ghost/Threatened/Twilight Zone and It's a good life. Striking these comparisons. I always thought that  Ghost had hidden messages, but this vid is an interesting creation. I'll watch the others too.

When I listened to Is It Scary/Threatened it ends with ".... terrifying nightmare, it isn't, it's the beginning" and the Thriller episode of the zombies who are approaching and I heard glass breaking, which could mean the monster is breaking the glass of the paparazzi camera, to teach them a lesson. Of course this is just my interpretation, because I haven't seen the show (yet ;))
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 20, 2011, 06:02:20 PM
I've been listening to these songs all night....they are good. "I'll Be There" gave me goosebumps.....such a beautiful song. I am going the Cirque show in Vegas in December as well as the Fanfest. I am beyond excited!

Lucky you ::P Will you let me know how it was?

Hope you'll have a great time!

Yes, I will!
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 20, 2011, 06:04:46 PM
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 20, 2011, 06:09:19 PM
I am surprised they used Somebody's watching me suspicious// suspicious// suspicious// afraid/ afraid/ afraid/

Was it ever included on a MJ album?! I might not be well informed but I don't recall seeing it on any MJ album.



I noticed too the part of the song "Someone is watching me" of the movie Ghostbusters and I thought that there's a connection with its director Ivan Reitman, who has now plans for a biopic about a part of Michael's life. What a coincidence.. 8-)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087332/
http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/ivan-reitman-film-michael-jackson-uncast-johnny-depp-role-article-1.978803
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 20, 2011, 06:12:13 PM
I am surprised they used Somebody's watching me suspicious// suspicious// suspicious// afraid/ afraid/ afraid/

Was it ever included on a MJ album?! I might not be well informed but I don't recall seeing it on any MJ album.



I noticed too the part of the song "Someone is watching me" of the movie Ghostbusters and I thought that there's a connection with its director Ivan Reitman, who has now plans for a biopic about a part of Michael's life. What a coincidence.. 8-)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087332/
http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/ivan-reitman-film-michael-jackson-uncast-johnny-depp-role-article-1.978803

I noticed that too ;-)
You and I were never separate

It's just an illusion

Wrought by the magical lens of Perception



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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 20, 2011, 06:12:29 PM
I really like this album. Thankfully there's even more to come.

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Interesting, tell me more... ;D
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Re: First Listen: Michael Jackson, 'Immortal'

  • on: November 20, 2011, 06:22:44 PM
@applehead, thank you for the snippets and the vid. I know what you mean, when I hear the songs and the music I felt amazed and sometimes sad at the sametime  :) :'( . I think I will feel that even more when I actually see the show. I'd imagine that so much work and preparations has been put this show, specially MJ's heart & soul.  respect/
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