Entries in Michael Jackson (11)


All Original Content: Chapter Six

Art, especially photography, is inherently a self-serving practice. Photographers make pictures because they have a genuine interest in seeing what their curiosities look like. These are the things that I was curious about at the time.

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Dig Dug: Mick Jackson "Blame It On The Boogie"

"Blame It On The Boogie" was originally recorded in 1977 by Mick Jackson. Yep, you read that right, Mick Jackson. It's not some song-writing alias for Michael Jackson or a lazy typo.

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Crates To Canvas: The Impact of Creativity

At least one song from Michael Jackson's catalog of music is on the soundtrack of our lives. He created music that impacted many and will continue to touch many.

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Dig Dug: Manu Dibango "Soul Makossa"

Mama-say mama-sah ma-ma-coo-sah! Some MJ influencing African funk for the trunk this week.

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All Original Content: Chapter Five

I'd like to think of myself as a collector of visual anthropology. I like to collect photographs of some interesting things I think should be studied in Chicago.

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Give the Drummer Some: Tony Cook's December Music Picks 

Every month Tony gives us his music picks for the month. Listen to the cuts that he's chosen for the December installment of Give the Drummer Some.

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Chapter 41: The Seventh Letter - GKAE 

Best known for his unshakable commitment to vandalism, GKAE is recognized as one of, if not the most, prolific writers to emerge from the volatile 1990s-LA.

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Detroit Rising: The Music Of A Beautiful Struggle

Since the days of the iconic label Motown, which housed internationally celebrated figures like Marvin Gaye, David Ruffin, and Michael Jackson among others, Detroit has laid its foundation as a city embedded in music.

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Drawing Conversations: Rudcef Interview

Rudcef is a visual artist hailing from Seoul, Korea. With a style that derives clearly from illustrative comic books, his work creates conversations with its viewers without the necessity of using any words at all.

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