Michael Jackson: A Visual Documentary 1958-2009 : the Official Tribute Edition
Michael Jackson - The Visual Documentary is the most comprehensive book ever published on the world's greatest pop superstar. From the '50s to his death in 2009, it is a complete record of Michael's moves, grooves and music. Illustrated with hundreds of colour and black and white photographs, it includes all Michael's records, concerts, videos and awards, memorabilia and records you never knew existed.From Steeltown to Motown, from the Jackson 5 to his own man, from The Wiz to Thriller, Michael Jackson was Bad, Smooth, Dangerous and Invincible. He made the most exciting videos, with the deffest moves, played the most spectacular concerts, and filled the world's largest arenas. He began performing at the age of five, broke records since he was 11 and was a star without equal from the age of 21.Never far from the media spotlight Michael's whole aura often seemed alienated from reality. The Visual Documentary presents all the facts about Michael's life and death as never before. Here is everything you need to know about the tragic superstar.
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