So, I've always been aware of the faceless generic MJ tribute albums (smooth jazz, brass band, etc). But I've recently been made aware of the following three albums, which have got me interested.

"Never Can Say Goodbye: The Music of Michael Jackson", Joey DeFrancesco (2010)

"Rava on the Dance Floor" (live), Enrico Rava (2012)

"Unity: The Latin Tribute to Michael Jackson", Tony Succar, (2015)

So, firstly, I know absolutely nothing about Jazz music. Secondly, yeah, I know the third is Latin and isn't the sane thing. Thirdly, I have a strong preference for pre-2009 recordings. So is it worth me picking any of these up? Yeah, I can skip through a few of the tracks on YouTube, but thought I'd get the opinion of somebody who's listened to them repeatedly over a period of 10 years...