1. 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.
You can hear the whole cd (or individual tracks) here: First Listen: Michael Jackson, ‘Immortal’ View in High-Res

    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.

    You can hear the whole cd (or individual tracks) here: First Listen: Michael Jackson, ‘Immortal’

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