Originally Posted by qbee
“Scared Of The Moon” – The little song that could!
by Damien Shields Posted on October 1, 2013
When the King of Pop passed away on June 25, 2009 he had unfinished business. No, I’m not talking about the fifty ill-fated ‘This Is It’ concerts that awaited him in London. I’m talking about music – and lots of it.
This Is It (2004-2009)
Bang Your Head (produced by Theron Feemster, unknown recording date)
Best of Joy (produced by Theron Feemster, recorded October 2008) Released on December 10, 2010 on Michael
Broken Chair (produced by Theron Feemster, unknown recording date)
Butter Funk (produced by Michael Durham Prince, unknown recording date)
Changes (produced by Brad Buxer, recorded 2008)
D.I.E. (produced by Theron Feemster, unknown recording date) Title visible
All the Truth (unknown recording date) Title mentioned on handwritten sheet of songs circa 1990
Alright Now (produced by John Barnes, recorded 1989) Ralph Tresvant version released on November 27, 1990
Blood on the Dance Floor (produced by Teddy Riley, recorded 1990) Released on May 20, 1997
Bottle of Smoke (produced by Bryan Loren, recorded 1990)
Call it Off (produced by Bryan Loren, unknown recording date) Title mentioned on handwritten
Original post: http://www.mjjcommunity.com/forum/threads/129114-List-of-Michael-s-Unreleased-Material
Last update: March 10, 2013
Color coding (all in bold print) is assembled as follows:
Red = known information about public Internet leak
Green = information on eventual certified releases of the track in question on a future album
Orange = certified release of lyrics and/or music on a non-Michael Jackson album
Purple = states that the track
In late 1986, Michael Jackson was pacing in Westlake Audio's Studio D, singing to himself: "I feel so bad, I feel really bad, God music makes me feel good."
"At the time, we had no idea the name of the album was going to be called Bad," jokes assistant engineer, Russ Ragsdale.
It wasn't the only revelation for the crew at Westlake. It turned out in the interval between Thriller and the official start of the Bad sessions, Jackson had written some 60-70 new songs. Eleven ended up on