Michael Jackson究竟做錯了什麼?


沉思:為什麼邁克爾·傑克遜會遭受如此嚴重的污蔑?

答案:這是歐美白人種族主義與娛樂工業的相互勾結!
  
如果邁克爾.傑克遜只是一個本份的普通藝人,那他絕不會受到現在如此不公平對待。

而問題是,他不僅是一位極其成功的藝術家,而且在美國音樂工業裡擁有極大的權勢!

他擁有白人樂壇最寶貴的遺產--披頭四樂隊全部的歌曲版權,他擁有貓王的許多歌曲的版權,擁有歐美眾多著名歌手數不清的歌曲的版權,因為他擁有全球第二大音樂公司SONY的全部歌曲的50%的版權。
 
可以想像,白人,特別是白人種族主義者,對此是多麼的眼紅!更可恨的是,邁克爾居然還是一名善舉無數的慈善家!

>麥可對不起啊!! 我以前只認為你是變態...
連我這樂迷歷超過25年的人都會覺得他....
有些時候是不是太過火了
整容、不當發言、缺乏常識的行為、用藥??
到底是為了什麼?
是這個世界?是媒體?是他周遭的「yes man」?
還是他自己?
想毀了這個天生的藝術家
這個問題...現在...
要問,只有問天了(默哀

麗莎瑪莉普萊斯里的myspace
http://blogs.myspace.com/lisamariepresley

這篇大致上
一開始是說到MJ合她討論過自身死亡之事
他很害怕自己會跟她父親一樣
--早死(那時他小孩還小
又...恕中間省絡...再看我要哭了...非常感人

最後是--MJ早有覺悟...不意外...

麥可傑克森猝死 50歲驚嘆落幕

【聯合晚報╱國際新聞組/綜合報導】
2009.06.26 03:04 pm


麥可傑克森
美聯社流行歌壇一代天王麥可傑克森25日因心臟病發驟逝,得年50歲。歌壇大姐大瑪丹娜表示:「世界失去一位偉大人物,但他的音樂長存!」

洛杉磯郡消防隊救護車在中午12時30分左右接到報案,趕到傑克森在洛杉磯的住所,當時他已停止呼吸。急救人員為他做人工呼吸,並把他趕送到醫院,抵達時心臟已停止跳動。

法醫處說,傑克森在下午2時26分宣告死亡。法醫處拒絕猜測確實死因,但可能在26日驗屍。洛杉磯警探開始展開調查,但強調沒有非法致死的證據。他們打算約談傑克森的親友和醫生,以了解傑克森的死亡經過。

數以百計媒體和民眾聞訊聚集在洛杉磯加州大學醫學中心,他的家人趕到醫院,傑克森的住所外面也聚集了大批遊客和歌迷。警方出動機車隊圍住他的住所以維持秩序。

傑克森的哥哥賈梅因在醫院表示,醫護人員盡力搶救傑克森,「他的私人醫生試圖把他救活,醫護人員也嘗試了一個多小時,但回天乏術」。

傑克森發病前,正為各界熱切期盼的復出演唱會做準備。在倫敦的50場演唱會3月開始賣票,幾分鐘內門票就銷售一空。這是他十多年來首次做系列演出,也是他2005年擺脫性侵兒童罪名後首次登台。

但是,他上個月突然把開幕日期延後,使得預定在倫敦展開的演唱會亂成一團。當時主辦單位強調這與傑克森的健康無關,並宣稱他身體狀況極好。

加州州長阿諾史瓦辛格發表聲明讚揚麥可傑克森說:「世界今天失去音樂界最有影響力的人物。雖然他的個人生活存有嚴重問題,但是麥可傑克森毫無疑問是個偉大藝人,受歡迎的程度跨越世代、擴及全球。」

他的歌 他的舞 一生精采 一身爭議

【聯合晚報╱編譯彭淮棟/綜合報導】
2009.06.26 02:45 pm

麥可傑克森以其過人天賦將靈魂、放客和搖滾融合為獨一無二的樂風,加上生意頭腦,以及對音樂市場的直覺掌握,他成為流行音樂天字第一號人物。

但他名滿全球,歌迷無數,卻晚節不保,2005年性侵兒童和綁架控告者未遂等罪名被判不成立,但他沒有再站起來,從此深居簡出,形同隱姓埋名。

7月13日復出演唱會 已成絕響

他預定7月8日在倫敦復出開唱,是十多年首度大舉露面,由於規模過大,延到13日。他3月在倫敦記者會說,這將是他「最後一幕」。如今,他提前謝幕了。

麥可傑克森出生於1958年8月29日,起先與4個哥哥合組「傑克森五兄弟」(Jackson Five)闖蕩演藝界,不久就以高拔的嗓音和眩目的舞步成為台柱。

傑克森五兄弟1969年和唱片公司簽約,推出七首銷量破百萬張的白金單曲,和三張銷量逾二百萬張的專輯。

Thriller狂賣4100萬張 史上最暢銷

麥可傑克森決定單飛,1979年由製作人昆西瓊斯負責,推出迪斯可曲風專輯Off the Wall,賣出一千萬張。1982年推出Thriller,是麥可傑克森身兼作曲與共同製作人的首度突破,售逾4100萬張,成為史上最暢銷專輯。

紐約雪城大學流行文化專家湯普森指出,麥可傑克森成也Thriller,敗也Thriller:此作是他成就的顛峰,也是他此後一切問題之源。湯普森說:「經過Thriller,他的錢、勢、名達於極頂,但也從此脫離現實。」

自摸舞步、變臉整容 愈來愈瘋狂

1987年專輯Bad賣二千萬張、1991年的Dangerou賣2100萬張。錄影帶裡,麥可傑克森的自摸情色舞步和他在舞台下的悅人、童稚性格形成強烈對比。

麥可傑克森名氣如流星般竄起,個人生活隨之腳步漸亂,同時開始戲劇性的變臉。那幾年裡,他膚色越來越淡,臉上也似乎動過大規模整容手術。《浮華世界》雜誌2003年報導,麥可傑克森的鼻尖其實人工做的。

1994年,他突然和貓王26歲的獨生女麗莎瑪莉‧普里斯萊結婚,只維持兩年。1997年,他娶他做整形手術時邂逅的37 歲護士黛比‧蘿威,生下兩子,1999年離婚。

麥可傑克森擁有兩子監護權,並與不明女子再生一子。2002年11月,他在柏林旅館拎著么兒,伸到四樓陽台欄杆外供媒體拍照,引起軒然大波。

除了自己惹新聞,麥可傑克森的前助理、經紀人等等大批人告他欠帳,幾乎絡繹不絕。去年11月,他才和一位巴林王子庭外和解一件涉及七百萬美元的訴訟。

【2009/06/26 聯合晚報】

搶救1小時 麥可還是走了

【聯合晚報╱國際新聞組/綜合報導】
2009.06.26 03:04 pm


洛杉磯加大醫學中心外面,25日聚集了大批採訪麥可傑克森死亡消息的媒體與關心的粉絲。
歐新社麥可傑克森的哥哥暨家族發言人賈梅因說,麥可在家顯然因心臟病倒地,醫護人員施以一個多小時急救,仍告不治。賈梅因說,麥可死因據信是「心跳停止」,但確切死因還要等驗屍結果出爐。

傑克森家庭律師奧克斯曼25日下午表示,麥可傑克森最近積極排練7月的演唱會,可能有處方藥上癮的問題,但在排練時都沒有問題。

麥可傑克森多年來健康上不斷出現多種問題,奧克斯曼說,麥可傑克森過去因為背痛及腳骨骨折等病痛,不停服用止痛藥,這段排練時間也有服藥止痛。

CNN報導,早在1984年,麥可傑克森就因為拍攝「百事可樂」廣告時,舞台特殊效果的煙霧彈走火,燒傷他的頭部,後來又因為治療中使用止痛藥,而沾染藥癮,多年無法擺脫對止痛藥的依賴。

1980年代,麥可傑克森還傳出罹患紅斑性狼瘡,後來據說這種疾病病毒沒有被消除,一直隱伏在他體內。

做過一系列整形手術

眾所周知的是麥可傑克森還做過一系列整形手術,包括鼻子和下巴整形。

1990年,麥可傑克森因為胸部疼痛而住院。1993年,他又因脫水、服用止痛藥上癮,以及隨後惹上性侵男童的官司等,整個年度巡迴演出被迫中斷。

1993年,麥可傑克森的皮膚醫生表示,麥可患有讓人皮膚、睫毛和頭髮失去顏色的白斑症。這也解釋了為何他的皮膚有如白人。

1995年在紐約燈塔劇院演出前排練時,他因為脫水和血壓過低,在舞台上暈倒,並被緊急送醫。

2005年,麥可傑克森再次因性侵兒童而惹上官司時,曾在當年6月出庭審理中被送入醫院,原因是嚴重的腰痛問題。

去年12月,外傳麥可傑克森體內缺乏阿爾法抗胰蛋白,必須進行肺臟移植手術。今年3月,他宣布將於7月在倫敦登台演出,但到5月又傳出他罹患皮膚癌的謠言,但他的發言人否認上述傳聞,表示麥可身體健康。

【2009/06/26 聯合晚報】

前唱片製作人:我一部分靈魂隨他而去

【世界日報╱法新社/洛杉磯25日電】
2009.06.26 10:34 am

歌壇天王麥可傑克森猝逝,使全球各地名人和明星為之震驚,娛樂界最大牌和最偉大的人物都表示難以置信。

金牌唱片製作人Quincy Jones說:「我非常難過。命運使我們在80年代心靈相聚及共同合作。到現在全世界每一個角落還在演奏這些音樂,因為他擁有一切,才幹、優雅和專業。我今天失去了我的小兄弟,我一部分靈魂也隨他而去。」

傑克森的好友Uri Geller說:「我非常、非常難過。我祈禱他的靈魂已經上天堂。我還希冀這不是真的,我很難接受麥可已經不在了。」

經常在電視上表演特異功能的Geller 2001年重申結婚誓言時,傑克森還當他的伴郎。他對傑克森突然傳出死訊非常震驚,因為傑克森正為下月13日復出在倫敦舉行演唱會苦練,身體狀況很好。

他說:「麥可飲食很小心。我最後一次聽到他的消息,他狀況極佳。因此我對這個消息非常震驚,祈求那不是真的。」

影視明星傑米福克斯(Jamie Foxx)在接受電視訪問時驚聞噩耗,並表示他希望大家記得傑克森是「了不起的音樂家」,不要只記得他後來惹出的連串鬧劇。

許多演藝人士稱許傑克森對歌舞界的影響。他的「顫慄」(Thriller)至今仍是歷來最暢銷的唱片,銷售量超過4100萬張。他獨創的月球漫步舞步已成為舞蹈傳奇,受到全球數百萬舞者模仿。

BodyVox舞蹈團的Ashley Roland說:「他是天然舞者的化身…他為許多人帶來啟發,我也是其中之一。」

傑克森的孩子的教父,童星出身的英國演員馬克李斯特(Mark Lester),讚揚傑克森為人之父的貢獻。

【2009/06/26 世界日報】


ジャクソンさんは薬物治療を受けていた、弁護士談
2009年06月26日 12:59 発信地:ロサンゼルス/米国
関連情報マイケル・ジャクソン


【6月26日 AFP】25日急死した米人気歌手マイケル・ジャクソン(Michael Jackson)さん(50)について、同氏の弁護士で広報担当者であるブライアン・オックスマン(Brian Oxman)氏は26日、薬物治療を受けていたことを明らかにした。

 オックスマン氏は米CNNの取材に対し、7月にロンドン(London)で予定されていた大規模な復活コンサートに向けてトレーニングを続ける間にジャクソンさんは何回か負傷し、処方薬を摂取していたと話した。ジャクソンさんはその長いキャリアを通じて薬物依存が指摘されている。

 オックスマン氏はまた、ジャクソンさんの薬物使用に不安を感じていたとし、今回の急死について「まったく予期できないことではなかった」とも話した。ジャクソンさんの取り巻きたちが「イネイブラー(enabler、依存症者の依存行動を無意識のうちに助けている人)」になっていたと指摘、薬物の過剰摂取で死亡したプレイボーイ(Playboy)誌の元プレイメイト、故アンナ・ニコル・スミス(Anna Nicole Smith)さんのケースを引き合いに出した。

 さらに「彼がどの程度、薬物を摂取していたかは知らないが、家族から受けた報告によると、大量に摂取していたようだ」と話している。(c)AFP


Jackson dies, almost takes Internet with him
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
Michael Jackson's death sees Twitter, TMZ, news sites struggle to cope with traffic
AOL's instant messenger service, Jackson fan sites also hit
CNN reports five-fold increase in users, traffic
Web fuels false rumors alongside news of Jackson's death
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LONDON, England (CNN) -- How many people does it take to break the Internet? On June 25, we found out it's just one -- if that one is Michael Jackson.


Jackson's death caused Twitter outages, as portrayed by Raul Orozco in this take on Twitter's fail whale
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The biggest showbiz story of the year saw the troubled star take a good slice of the Internet with him, as the ripples caused by the news of his death swept around the globe.

"Between approximately 2:40 p.m. PDT and 3:15 p.m. PDT today, some Google News users experienced difficulty accessing search results for queries related to Michael Jackson," a Google spokesman told CNET, which also reported that Google News users complained that the service was inaccessible for a time. At its peak, Google Trends rated the Jackson story as "volcanic."

As sites fell, users raced to other sites: TechCrunch reported that TMZ, which broke the story, had several outages; users then switched to Perez Hilton's blog, which also struggled to deal with the requests it received.

CNN reported a fivefold rise in traffic and visitors in just over an hour, receiving 20 million page views in the hour the story broke.

Twitter crashed as users saw multiple "fail whales" -- the illustrations the site uses as error messages -- user FoieGrasie posting, "Irony: The protesters in Iran using twitter as com are unable to get online because of all the posts of 'Michael Jackson RIP.' Well done." The site's status blog said that Twitter had had to temporarily disable its search results, saved searches and trend topics.

Wikipedia saw a flurry of activity, with close to 500 edits made to Jackson's entry in less than 24 hours. CNET reported that by 3:15pm PDT, Wikipedia seemed to be "temporarily overloaded."

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The LA Times, the first news organization to confirm Jackson's death, suffered outages. The site also reported that AOL's instant messenger service had been hit, quoting an AOL statement that said, "AIM was down for approximately 40 minutes this afternoon." The statement said, "Today was a seminal moment in Internet history. We've never seen anything like it in terms of scope or depth."

By Friday morning, news sites seemed to be coping with traffic but Jackson fan site mjfanclub.net was still performing sluggishly. Mashable.com reported that tributes to, and remarks upon, Michael Jackson's death were responsible for 30 percent of tweets.

As with any breaking piece of news on the Web, the reports of Jackson's death sparked something of a feeding frenzy -- and with that came rumor that dragged in other celebrities completely unconnected to the King of Pop's death.

One Wikipedia prankster wrote that Jackson had been "savagely murdered" by his brother Tito, who had strangled him "with a microphone cord."

Soon rumors spread online that movie star Jeff Goldblum had fallen from the Kauri Cliffs in New Zealand while filming his latest movie. On several search engines, "Jeff Goldblum" soon became the only non-Jackson-related term to crop up in the top 10.

The rumors forced Goldblum's publicist to issue a statement to media outlets, saying: "Reports that Jeff Goldblum has passed away are completely untrue. He is fine and in Los Angeles."

At the same time Harrison Ford was also rumored to have fallen from a yacht off the south of France.

Web site snopes.com, which shoots down rumors, gossip and urban legends -- and how they originated -- said the likely culprit was a Web site which allows users to input celebrity names -- and then inserts them into fake templated stories (a further variant has stars dying in a plane crash).

In a sense the feeding frenzy was understandable -- Jackson's death, coming only hours after that of 1970s icon Farah Fawcett, left many Web users, shocked by the news of Jackson's death, asking what would happen next. In this febrile climate any rumor runs the risk of being seized on, believed and treated with more credulity than usual.

The need of the professional media to be first with the news -- many did for a short time report the Goldblum rumor as fact -- adds further veracity. And, of course, the whole process is speeded up by the Web.

There is also, of course, the old adage that celebrities die in threes, with the deaths of Gianni Versace, Princess Diana and Mother Teresa in 1997 frequently held up as an example of this.



But while Diana and Teresa passed away with seven days of each other in August and September, Versace was killed in early July. Their deaths were most keenly mourned by the same broad sections of the public -- and hence were inextricably interlinked.

The Web can link disseminate news -- but like any form of communication it can also help us create what we expect to see next.


Michael Jackson autopsy underway; ME to test for Demerol, painkiller linked to death
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An autopsy was underway Friday on case number 2009-04415, better known to millions of heartbroken fans as Michael Jackson, the King of Pop.
Wielding the knife was the chief Los Angeles County coroner Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran, a heavy hitter who was a star witness in the O.J. Simpson murder trial.
"Family will not be there," his spokesman, Lt. Brian Elias, told The Daily News earlier. "It's not known if any representatives for LAPD will be there."
While Jackson family insiders suggested prescription drug abuse - specifically Demerol - might have caused the 50-year-old superstar's heart to stop, Elias said it will be several weeks before toxicology results are ready.
Pressed on early reports that Jackson died of cardiac arrest, Elias said, "Everybody's heart stops, it's very non-specific."
Meanwhile, detectives were seeking to question Jackson's personal physician, who was summoned to his rented house on Sunset Blvd. on Wednesday night when he first fell ill.
"Michael Jackson's personal physician's car was impounded," said Officer Richard French, an LAPD spokesman.
"The car might contain medication or other evidence that could assist the coroner in determining the cause of Michael Jackson's death."
French did not identify the doctor, who was with Jackson on Thursday when he stopped breathing and tried to resuscitate him.
Paramedics were called to Jackson's home at 12:26 p.m. and they worked on him for 45 minutes before rushing him to UCLA Medical Center.
There, doctors took over and tried to revive Jackson for nearly an hour before pronouncing him dead at 2:26 p.m. While Jackson suffered from a host of health problems, his reported addiction to prescription drugs fueled speculation he overdosed.
TMZ.com quoted a Jackson family member as saying the Gloved One - a brilliant but eccentric music icon - was receiving a daily dose of Demerol.
London's Sun newspaper reported that he had trouble breathing after his morning shot Thursday.
"He started to experience slow, shallow breathing," a source told the paper.
"His breathing gradually got slower and slower until it stopped. His staff started mouth-to-mouth and an ambulance was called which got there in eight minutes."
The major hazards of Demerol, a synthetic drug similar to morphine, are breathing and circulation problems and cardiac arrest, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
Jackson family attorney Brian Oxman suggested injury-prone Jackson was being overmedicated as he geared up for a grueling 50-show comeback tour this summer.
"I have warned of the use of prescription medication and people who have enabled the use of those medications," Oxman told CBS.
"I do not know how much he has taken, I don't know what his current situation is in the last couple of weeks. Over the last several years I have said to family members that he is overmedicated."
People magazine also reported Friday that Jackson's siblings staged an intervention three years ago in a bid to get him off of stuff.
"Michael got p---ed off," a family insider told the magazine. "He said he wasn't on drugs. But they didn't believe him."
Detectives searched Jackson's home after he died but have not said what - if anything - they found.
Jackson had been training for his soldout London concerts with "Incredible Hulk" star Lou Ferrigno.
He reportedly showed up to rehearsal at the Staples Center on Wednesday.
Known as the "King of Pop" for his musical achievements and "Wacko Jacko" for some of his antics, Jackson was one of the best-selling and most-honored artists in modern music history.
But his star was tarnished by accusations of child molesting and other strange antics.
His longtime publicist Bob Jones said Jackson ordered anonymously "leaked" stories that made him sound weird - including sleeping in a hyperbaric chamber - as a joke on the gossip industry.
The joke backfired.

Jackson's death is a blow to concert promoter AEG
The L.A. company had sunk millions into the star's comeback, despite warnings that it a was a major risk.
By Harriet Ryan
June 26, 2009
A tragedy for his family and a heartbreak to his fans, Michael Jackson's death also represents a blow to the L.A. concert promoter that staked its reputation on and sunk tens of millions of dollars into a lavish comeback that will never happen.

AEG Live billed "This Is It," the sold-out concert series that was to have opened July 13 in London, as the most expensive and technologically advanced arena show ever. It had invested more than $20 million to mount a production that was to have included up to 22 sets, elaborate light shows and high-wire acts. The company, which owns the Staples Center among many other venues, had also set aside 50 nights at its coveted European showplace, the O2 Arena.



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With Jackson's death, AEG will have to refund the $85 million worth of tickets that were sold. Gone are the company's expected profits -- an estimated $115 million, according to Billboard -- as well as plans for a global three-year tour that the company had predicted would gross $450 million.

"They are taking a big hit," said Gary Bongiovanni, editor of concert-tracking publication Pollstar.

Among the company's immediate priorities, he said, will be trying to find other acts to fill the O2, a 20,000-seat arena that does not rely on resident sports teams to occupy its seats. Jackson concerts were scheduled to run through March.

"They will be able to re-book some of those shows. But those in July, the building will probably be dark. You have an empty building, and that's going to have an impact on their London operations, certainly," he said.

AEG struggled to get affordable insurance for the shows, given Jackson's history of canceling tours and his 12-year hiatus from performing. Chief executive Randy Phillips vowed to self-insure the shows if carriers wouldn't, and ultimately the company secured coverage for what Phillips called "the first $23 million."

Mary Craig Calkins, a Los Angeles lawyer who specializes in insurance issues, said many entertainment companies get several kinds of policies before a big tour, including one that specifically covers the health of the star or "key man."

"Usually, they would put in place a package that would have multiple aspects to it. If you are headlining Michael Jackson, you have to have Michael Jackson at the show, so we would expect they would have a policy that would cover if he got laryngitis or had a minor traffic accident or died," she said.

AEG officials declined to comment on their insurance or the financial consequences.

"We're dealing with a tragedy. We have no comment on that," a spokesman said.

In an interview last month, Phillips said that when the company announced the Jackson comeback, he was derided by colleagues in the industry.

"Everyone was very unsupportive. . . . You know, 'He'll never do it. You're fooling yourself.' All of that," he said.

Phillip said he persevered, convinced by a physical that showed Jackson was in good health, a contract that bound the singer to show up and a conviction that "in this business, if you don't take risks you don't achieve greatness."

AEG had produced other "concert residencies" for singers, including Celine Dion and Prince, but Phillips had hoped Jackson's performances would cement the company's reputation among artists.

"When you do the greatest artist ever in the history of contemporary music, I think there is a halo effect for us in terms of booking other artists," Phillips said then.

AEG Live is a unit of Anschutz Entertainment Group, which is owned by Colorado billionaire Philip Anschutz.

"The one thing about Anschutz is at least he's a billionaire. It's not going to put him out of business," Bongiovanni said.



The many faces of Michael Jackson
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