Michael Jackson in Video, 1958-2009

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Michael Jackson reportedly died of a heart attack this afternoon at the age of 50, leaving behind an amazing discography and a complicated life story. Today, personally, I’m gonna focus on the former.

After all, the man made one hell of a music video. Jackson had an official YouTube account, featuring his best-known music videos, but embedding on those videos has been disabled. So go there to remember Thriller, Beat It, Smooth Criminal, Remember the Time and so on.

But here’s a live performance from 1988 of Man in the Mirror, proving that gospel choirs make everything better:

This clip’s from the Michael Jackson 30th Anniversary Celebration, where he dueted with Britney Spears on The Way You Make Me Feel. Damn, he could dance.

This medley from the 1991 album Dangerous is just more evidence.

So who knows. He could be literally moonwalking right now.

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David Crane

To Michael’s 3 Children our sincerest condolences and to his Parent’s we share your pain at having lost a child. I wish we could take away your Pain.
Ignore the Press and their unproductive comment’s and take Comfort in Knowing we Loved Michael for his music and his love for children and genorosity to those less fortunate.
God Bless You and hope this is of some comfort to you.
David, Louise, Janelle and Chloe Crane
Adelaide South Australia

TOny

RIP our beloved friend and King of the Pop Music, we will? miss you, alot, never forget you, never.

Justin

It’s so sad to hear about Michael Jackson. As a dancer, I’m performed almost every one of his hits in some form or another. A lot of celebrities have died recently, but he’s the first one that had a big impact on my life personally. It’s a really weird feeling. Anyway, nice post. ;)

Eric Miller (LSM's brother)

Sorry, liz, but he’s not gonna be moonwalking in heaven.

He’ll rise from the morgue on the next full moon, and start dancing, Thriller style.

catherine davis tilghman

I’m gonna miss him,he was my idol.I watch him grow up to be a talented man.I still can’t and won’t believe that he’s gone.But I know he’s in a better place now.I love u michael and my condolence goes out to the family,and Janet keep your head up,he’s still here in our hearts,I’ll never ever forget him.And I know he never done those things that people said he did.REST IN PEACE MICHEAL,GOD HAS BROUGHT YOU HOME.LOVE YOU

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