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    Rare, Unreleased Michael Jackson Album Goes Up for Auction

    Nine unheard songs will go to the highest bidder in Gotta Have Rock and Roll auction, though winner unable to release music A rare, unreleased Michael Jackson album containing nine unheard songs will go up for auction later this month. Kevin Mazur/Getty

    UPDATE: The unreleased Michael Jackson album has been removed from public auction, but will still be available for purchase. "Due to an overwhelming response, interest and media attention, all parties involved in the sale of the Michael Jackson unreleased album wish to keep the integrity of Michael Jackson's legacy by removing it from public auction," a rep said in a statement to Rolling Stone. "Private inquires only at Gottahaverockandroll.com. Those interested in purchasing can still listen to the album by appointment."
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    An album containing nine unheard Michael Jackson songs will be auctioned off by New York auction house Gotta Have Rock and Roll later this month. The album, which appears as a blank disc with the word "Bible" written in pen, is one of many Jackson items available to preview before a public online auction that lasts from July 19th to 28th.
    The unreleased songs appear on a CD that was in Jackson's possession. Alternate mixes of the three songs on the recording have already surfaced: "Monster," "Breaking News" and "Keep Your Head Up" all appeared on Michael in 2010. The other nine tracks, all of which are reportedly master quality, have not been released.
    The starting bid on the unreleased album is $50,000, though organizers tell Rolling Stone that they expect the final price to go as high as $1 million. Whoever takes home the CD will not own rights to the music, so the winning bidder cannot distribute the recording. According to the auction house, the album was obtained by "the personal friend and personal assistant to Michael whose family was very close to Michael for many years, traveling all over the world with him." When reached for comment, a rep for Gotta Have Rock and Roll said Jackson's friend wished to remain anonymous.
    The latest Jackson album is one of many items of pop memorabilia obtained by Gotta Have Rock and Roll for the upcoming sale. Other Jackson items include hand-drawn self-portraits, clothing, his "personally owned teddy bear" and a "Best Daddy in the World" Oscar statuette given by his children.
    The auction will also include the handwritten letter Tupac sent to Madonna while in prison in 1995 in which the rapper discusses the reasons for their breakup. That letter is expected to sell for over $100,000.
    Two albums of Jacksons' songs have come out since his death in 2009. The first, Michael, was a source of controversy: several longtime Jackson associates believed that the vocals on some songs – notably "Breaking News," included again on this album for auction – did not actually belong to the King of Pop. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Will.i.am, who worked with Jackson during the 2000s, said the new record was "not Michael Jackson," before adding flatly, "it disgusts me." Jackson's brother Randy also questioned the authenticity of the vocals.
    In response to these concerns, Howard Weitzman, a lawyer for the Jackson estate, went so far as to release a statement saying that "one of the best-known forensic musicologists in the nation" – Weitzman did not name the investigator – had determined that the vocals belonged to Jackson.
    The follow-up album, 2014's Xscape, did not set off as many high-profile arguments. A-list producers like Timbaland, Stargate and Darkchild filled out tracks that Jackson started between 1983 and 1999. Lead single "Love Never Felt so Good" climbed to Number Nine on the Hot 100.
    Michael Jackson Unreleased Album Track List
    1. "Monster"
    2. "Breaking News"
    3. "Stay"
    4. "Keep Your Head Up"
    5. "Everything’s Just Fine"
    6. "Black Widow"
    7. "Burn Tonight"
    8. "All I Need"
    9. "Water"
    10. "Let Me Fall in Love"
    11. "Ready to Win"
    12. "Soldier Boy"

    http://www.rollingstone.com/music/ne...uction-w491745



    Tja als wenn man nich wüsste, das es sich hierbei um Frank Cascio geht....




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    Vom 19. bis 28. Juli werden auf Gotta Have Rock And Roll diverse Gegenstände von Michael Jacksons versteigert. Darunter Zeichnungen und ein Geschenk seiner Kinder. Eine CD mit 12 unveröffentlichten Songs ist allerdings wieder aus dem Katalog verschwunden. Die CD mit dem Titel „Bible“ (ein Begriff, den Michael Jackson für favorisierte Songmixe verwendete), war bis vor kurzen mit einem Startgebot von 50 000 US Dolalr in der geplanten Auktion aufgelistet. Drei Songs davon wurden auf dem „Michael“-Album im Jahr 2010 veröffentlicht und lösten einen Aufschrei in der Fan-Szene aus, da viele nicht glaubten, dass diese tatsächlich vom echten King of Pop eingesungen worden waren. Die weiteren, bisher unveröffentlichten Titel auf der angebotenen CD, konnten vorübergehend illegal im Internet angehört werden. Es handelt sich um Songs, die angeblich in Zusammenarbeit mit Frank Cascio entstanden sind. Woher die CD stammt, wurde nicht angegeben – bei anderen Artikeln taucht jedoch der Name Frank Cascio auf.

    Hier die Trackliste:
    “Monster”
    “Breaking News”
    “Stay”
    “Keep Your Head Up”
    “Everything’s Just Fine”
    “Black Widow”
    “Burn Tonight”
    “All I Need”
    “Water”
    “Let Me Fall in Love”
    “Ready to Win”
    “Soldier Boy”

    Die CD ist jetzt aber wieder kommentarlos aus dem Auktions-Katalog verschwunden. Zu ersteigern sind Gegenstände wie ein goldiger Plastik-Otto mit der Aufschrift „Best Daddy in the World“, den Michael Jackson von seinen Kindern erhielt. Zudem eine Zeichnung Michael Jacksons von Walt Disneys Goofy und Zeichnungen von Gesichtsprofilen. Interessant ist auch ein Eintrag in einer MJJ Productions-Agenda aus dem Jahr 2000. Gemäss einer handgeschriebenen Notiz von Michael Jackson traf er sich am 3. Februar mit Teddy Andreadis in einem Studio in New York. Andreadis war der Tour-Keyboarder von Guns N Roses und trat im „Give In To Me“ Video auf, das am 25. Juni 1992 in München gedreht wurde, zwei Tage bevor die Dangerous Welttournee startete. Die Agenda stammt aus dem Besitz von Frank Cascio, der damals als Assistent für Micahel Jackson arbeitete.

    Weiterlesen unter http://www.jackson.ch/gotta-have-roc...-auktion-2017/
    Copyright © jackson.ch

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