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Reply #30 posted 07/13/17 1:43pm

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Derek1984 said:

bboy87 said:

If I remember correctly, Barnes said Buffalo Bill, Make or Break and a few others are practically complete.

The In The Studio with MJ seminar had him, Brad Buxer, Michael Prince, and a few others all as guests together and they all apparently said the estate hasn't contacted them to help them on projects, which I think isn't smart

Buffalo Bill has to be complete. It could've been on Victory, but for whatever reason, he held it back. It was worked on for BAD as well. I thought Barnes said Make or Break didn't have much vocals on it.

Also, maybe I'm wrong, but I don't think John Barnes was ever at one of those seminars with Brad. I even mentioned Barnes to Brad a couple years ago and Brad didn't sound like he's seen Barnes for a while. Matt Forger has been at the seminars and would be the best person to talk to. I've just never caught him yet.

He was at one a few years back (I think 2014 or 2015) There was a picture with him and some of the other collaborators. It was the one when Steve Porcaro was a guest and talked about how the estate wanted his permission to release Chicago 1945...but to remix it SMH

John also said Alright Now was done in '84 and then later given to Ralph Tresvant. They did Do You Know Where Your Children Are during that same period.

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Reply #31 posted 07/13/17 1:45pm

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An album full of fakes in auction, really?

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Reply #32 posted 07/13/17 1:48pm

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214 said:

An album full of fakes in auction, really?

They're also auctioning a "best dad in the world" statue his kids gave to him confused

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Reply #33 posted 07/13/17 1:56pm

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bboy87 said:

214 said:

An album full of fakes in auction, really?

They're also auctioning a "best dad in the world" statue his kids gave to him confused


lol

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Reply #34 posted 07/13/17 2:09pm

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bboy87 said:

214 said:

An album full of fakes in auction, really?

They're also auctioning a "best dad in the world" statue his kids gave to him confused

That's lovely, but his kids should have that in their hands, anyone else.

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Reply #35 posted 07/13/17 4:36pm

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bboy87 said:

Derek1984 said:

Buffalo Bill has to be complete. It could've been on Victory, but for whatever reason, he held it back. It was worked on for BAD as well. I thought Barnes said Make or Break didn't have much vocals on it.

Also, maybe I'm wrong, but I don't think John Barnes was ever at one of those seminars with Brad. I even mentioned Barnes to Brad a couple years ago and Brad didn't sound like he's seen Barnes for a while. Matt Forger has been at the seminars and would be the best person to talk to. I've just never caught him yet.

He was at one a few years back (I think 2014 or 2015) There was a picture with him and some of the other collaborators. It was the one when Steve Porcaro was a guest and talked about how the estate wanted his permission to release Chicago 1945...but to remix it SMH

John also said Alright Now was done in '84 and then later given to Ralph Tresvant. They did Do You Know Where Your Children Are during that same period.

Alright Now is kind of weak and I could see why MJ passed it on but would still love to hear his version.

There's also the Jackson's outtakes.. That Girl, Slipped Away... I wonder who has those

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Reply #36 posted 07/13/17 9:37pm

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Derek1984 said:

bboy87 said:

He was at one a few years back (I think 2014 or 2015) There was a picture with him and some of the other collaborators. It was the one when Steve Porcaro was a guest and talked about how the estate wanted his permission to release Chicago 1945...but to remix it SMH

John also said Alright Now was done in '84 and then later given to Ralph Tresvant. They did Do You Know Where Your Children Are during that same period.

Alright Now is kind of weak and I could see why MJ passed it on but would still love to hear his version.

There's also the Jackson's outtakes.. That Girl, Slipped Away... I wonder who has those

I love Alright Now boxed

I have a soft spot for the 1983-1986 material. I think that was one of Michael's most creative periods. The demos and outtakes we've heard from that period are great IMO

Cheater

Al Capone

Do You Know Where Your Children Are

Don't Be Messin' Around

I'm So Blue

Streetwalker

Fly Away

We Are Here To Change The World

Loving You

There Must Be More To Life Than This

Abortion Papers

Free

Scared of The Moon

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Reply #37 posted 07/14/17 12:38am

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Streetwalker

Fly Away


YES!

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Reply #38 posted 07/14/17 7:23am

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IstenSzek said:




Scorp said:





His estate didn't release this lolllll






i wonder if the estate can stop this auction though hmmm like, who owns the rights to these
songs? it'd be pretty sweet though, if whomever buys it shares the songs. smile




Most of those songs have leaked and let's just say...they're of "dubious origin" lol

Many fans don't believe they're really Michael.


You have the words dubious origin in quotes - what source are you quoting that from?
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Reply #39 posted 07/14/17 8:06am

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mjscarousal said:

^ YES

This will only expand his legacy to more new generations.

[Edited 7/11/17 23:42pm]

!$#&!!!#&* I miss this guy. Greatest entertainer the world has ever known. His highs were higher than any other highs and his lows were higher than most other's highs.

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Reply #40 posted 07/14/17 9:32am

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homesquid said:

mjscarousal said:

^ YES

This will only expand his legacy to more new generations.

[Edited 7/11/17 23:42pm]

!$#&!!!#&* I miss this guy. Greatest entertainer the world has ever known. His highs were higher than any other highs and his lows were higher than most other's highs.

Yea, I miss him too sad

Stand, you`ve been sitting much too long, there`s a permanent crease in your right or wrong.~Sly Stone
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Reply #41 posted 07/14/17 12:48pm

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thedoorkeeper said:

bboy87 said:

Most of those songs have leaked and let's just say...they're of "dubious origin" lol

Many fans don't believe they're really Michael.

You have the words dubious origin in quotes - what source are you quoting that from?

That's how I see them, so maybe I shouldn't have used the quotations.

There's actually a lawsuit going on about the songs

http://www.damienshields.com/mj-fan-sues-sony-estate-cascio-porte-over-fake-songs/

https://www.digitalmusicnews.com/2016/07/01/sony-music-tricked-michael-jackson-fans-buy-fake-cds/

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Reply #42 posted 07/14/17 5:02pm

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bboy87 said:

Derek1984 said:

Alright Now is kind of weak and I could see why MJ passed it on but would still love to hear his version.

There's also the Jackson's outtakes.. That Girl, Slipped Away... I wonder who has those

I love Alright Now boxed

I have a soft spot for the 1983-1986 material. I think that was one of Michael's most creative periods. The demos and outtakes we've heard from that period are great IMO

Cheater

Al Capone

Do You Know Where Your Children Are

Don't Be Messin' Around

I'm So Blue

Streetwalker

Fly Away

We Are Here To Change The World

Loving You

There Must Be More To Life Than This

Abortion Papers

Free

Scared of The Moon

These are good, you forgot Price Of Fame and Monkey Business.

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