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Michael Jackson’s Lost Song with Barry Gibb

Michael Jackson was born on this day in 1958 in Gary, Indiana, and went on to become, since he was ten years old, he has become one of the most important music stars in history.

Today his iconic songs are never missing ‘Thriller’, ‘Ghosts’ or ‘Is it Scary’ in the Halloween parties; or the popular ones ‘The Way You Make Me Feel’ or ‘PYT’ at Parties eightiesbut Michael Jackson recorded songs with many other artists, who until They have not been officially released today.

The producer and singer Will.I.Am, has assured that he will never launch or announce the songs he recorded with King of Popduring 2007 or 2008, because it would be a “lack of respect to jackson; although on the other hand, after his death in 2009, the Estate of Michael Jackson, has released songs recorded with Akon, Lenny Kravitz, Freddie Mercury and Justin Timberlake.

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Even so, there are many songs that, despite not having been officially released, have appeared on the net, many of them are demos, others simply songs that jackson discarded, and among them, there is one with one of the most iconic artists, Barry Gibb.

That’s right, in 2002, Michael and Barry were very close, so much so that a few years ago, the Bee Gee shared an interesting story:

Michael was at my house, we were just hanging out; I think Michael wanted away from all the legal trouble, it seemed like he didn’t know who his friends”.

In the interview, he assured that due to the age difference at that time (2002/2003) and Given the Barry Gibb was busy with his kids, he had to ask Jackson to come over. out of your house.

He started hanging out at my house all the time and there came a time when I told him: ‘Michael, I don’t know where you’re going, but you have to go’; so it was that I kindly asked let him go.”

But during that time, the two worked on a song called ‘All in Your Name’, which although it never came out officially, it can be found on YouTube.

“We came up with ‘All in Your Name,’ but it was never that serious,” Barry Gibb said. about the song

Not just the melody, but you can see the two artists working on it, recording the song, and in another video, the two are seen writing it, thinking about what to change or improve.

“We were very good friends, and the more we got to know each other, the more ideas arose. for the song”

Barry Gibb He talked about ‘All in Your Name’ a little more and assured:

“The message of the song is one that he wanted to send to his fans, that he did it all for them and their pure love of music”, he concluded.


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