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#1 by marc2012job » Sun Aug 19, 2012 13:31

Hi My my American people, this is the music that every body likes.
Do you know Tony succar, this is the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uE8VFDYBMY&feature=plcp
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#2 by chelaine » Sun Aug 19, 2012 16:23

You're right about everybody loving Michael Jackson music, but you forgot one thing! Michael Jackson isn't in that video! If the original Michael Jackson isn't in the video you have just posted on here, then it's not the same. Michael Jackson is the only person that can sing Michael Jackson's own songs. If anybody agrees with me, then reply over here and quote me on this!
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#3 by valerie » Sun Aug 19, 2012 16:40

marc2012job wrote: Hi My my American people, this is the music that every body likes.
Do you know Tony succar, this is the video:

The video sounds very good. He does a good job with that song.

I can't say I was ever a big fan of Michael's but I did know him and I did have many of his original songs on
45's (lol) when I was a kid.....if you're young enough to remember 45's. I was also a close friend of his cousin,
Helen, when I was a kid. Her and I was in the same class and some times I would go with her into Gary to get
taco's and there was a couple of times we stopped by Michael's house. That was all a very very long time ago
but good memories.
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#4 by chelaine » Sun Aug 19, 2012 17:33

valerie wrote:
marc2012job wrote: Hi My my American people, this is the music that every body likes.
Do you know Tony succar, this is the video:

The video sounds very good. He does a good job with that song.

I can't say I was ever a big fan of Michael's but I did know him and I did have many of his original songs on
45's (lol) when I was a kid.....if you're young enough to remember 45's. I was also a close friend of his cousin,
Helen, when I was a kid. Her and I was in the same class and some times I would go with her into Gary to get
taco's and there was a couple of times we stopped by Michael's house. That was all a very very long time ago
but good memories.

That's right! Michael Jackson's original songs were very classical to everybody. Of course, Michael Jackson is the only person that can do his songs and his dancing moves perfectly. Do you even picture in your mind how would Tony Succar be if he did everything like Michael Jackson? Neither would I, however; he would be beaten up every day until he died. Remember: Michael Jackson can never be replaced in anybody's heart! There's only one person like him, and that's Michael Jackson himself. Go tell Tony Succar to stop acting like Michael Jackson, and just be himself!
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#5 by valerie » Sun Aug 19, 2012 18:41

Well I think some times it's a very great tribute to a talented person to see others imitating their work.

Also, it does often give joy to people to see someone singing songs of a late talent.

Elvis for example, there are tons of impersonators, of which most totally are nothing even close to what Elvis
was or could do. Still, there are some good ones and for those that go to those shows, it brings back good
memories.

I don't think Michael Jackson would be the least bit annoyed by someone doing his songs. It's a tribute and
he is probably smiling down....and maybe even saying 'you're good but you're not as good as me'.
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#6 by chelaine » Sun Aug 19, 2012 18:54

valerie wrote: Well I think some times it's a very great tribute to a talented person to see others imitating their work.

Also, it does often give joy to people to see someone singing songs of a late talent.

Elvis for example, there are tons of impersonators, of which most totally are nothing even close to what Elvis
was or could do. Still, there are some good ones and for those that go to those shows, it brings back good
memories.

I don't think Michael Jackson would be the least bit annoyed by someone doing his songs. It's a tribute and
he is probably smiling down....and maybe even saying 'you're good but you're not as good as me'.

What you've said is true or may be true, but the bottom line is that Michael Jackson had been performing in front of people for his entire life before he died. Without his performing skills over those 40 or 50 years, what's going on in that video wouldn't have happened. That coin could be turned around! Do you want to know why?! You should never burn the bridge down. It may not make sense to you, but it does to me, and you'll understand what I'm talking about soon enough. By the way, you should check out my current post to the forum in the General Talk Section!
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