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101 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS
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&E Andy Healy 101 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS
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. Andy Healy 2016 Under the Creative Commons licence you are free to share, copy, distribute and transmit this work with the proviso that the work not be altered in any way, shape or form and that all written works are credited to Andy Healy as author. This Creative Commons licence does not extend to the copyrights held by the photographers and their respective works. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. I do not claim any ownership of the photographs featured and all rights reside with the original copyright holders. Images are used under the Fair Use Act and do not intend to infringe on the copyright holders. Dedicated to Michael for proving that great artists can never be counted out, for continuing to strive for new musical horizons and always reaching for the stars. This special Dangerous Supplement is also dedicated to the producers, engineers, songwriters and musicians who helped bring Michael’s vision and music to life. By a fan for the fans. 101 MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS &E
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PHOTO CREDITS I do not claim any ownership of the photographs featured and all rights reside with the original copyright holders. Images are used under the Fair Use Act and do not intend to infringe on the copyright holders. F or an artist to develop, one has to step outside their comfort zone and grow. This truth Michael knew well. He had done it before when he and his brother’s left Motown in pursuit of greater artistic freedom. Done it when he stepped apart from his brothers to pursue a (adult) solo career. And after a triumphant trifecta of solo recordings with producer Quincy Jones, he was once more ready to take another step and assume complete control over his creative output and vision by leading the charge on the creative endeavour that would become Dangerous. Initially conceived as a safer, less daunting project than a whole new album, Michael began work on a handful of new songs to complement a planned greatest hits package entitled Decade . As the creative process developed though Michael soon became excited about the future of his music and less so about revisiting the success of his past, and so the writing continued and the Dangerous album was born. Initially Michael began creative sessions with Bryan Loren (of which tracks like ‘Do The Bart Man’ and ‘Superfly Sister’ would immerge) and with Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds and LA Reid. However, the output of the sessions weren’t pushing Michael in the direction he wanted to move in. So he switched gears shifting his energy to the work he was creating with producer Bill Bottrell and later Teddy Riley to achieve the sound he was looking for.
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