- Jul 25, 2005
Re: Brad Sundberg seminars: Making Music With Michael Jackson
Oh, I'm just sceptical due to their releases thus far, it's not based on any particular information. Like you say, it just does not feel like showcasing and educating the public about Michael's artistry is much of a priority for them. Bad 25 comes closest, but even that documentary (which I enjoyed) does not really go into the artistic aspects of creating the album. And despite access to a lot of unreleased footage of MJ, we only got to see really brief clips, often played while someone was being interviewed. In the Xscape documentary Michael's original work is hardly discussed at all, when that would have been a great opportunity to tell us more about the origin and creation of the songs on the record.Thank you so much for your description SoCav!!! May I ask why you believe that the Estate will not release that footage? Why would they not want to show Michael the American master in his element? I pray they will (soon) release a documentary/DVD about Michael the musician in the studio being the BOSS! This side of him has not been promoted by his estate enough in my opinion (yet). I would love to see Michael direct people, tell them what to do, arrange, record, change things, discuss things and so on. Kind of like you can see in The Making of Ghosts where you can literally watch him create the dance moves etc. Well, hopefully in my life time...