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Michael by The Editors Of Rolling Stone
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This book is mainly a compilation of Rolling Stone Magazine's reporting and photography of Michael Jackson throughout his career. It's interesting to read the evolution of their reporting over time, and the photographs are excellent, if you have any interest in the subject. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0061969834, Hardcover)

Amidst a sea of MJ insta-books, we believe MICHAEL will be the deepest, most authoritative, and most collectable book on the life and music of Michael Jackson. Including Rolling Stone′s unparalleled, in-depth reporting on Jackson that spans almost three decades, MICHAEL features Alan Light′s interview with Quincy Jones on the making of Thriller, Gerri Hirshey′s one of a kind look into the world of Jackson from 1983, as well as never before published features including a newly reported piece on what went wrong, and a piece on how MJ learned to move, featuring interviews with the break dancers and choreographers that influenced Jackson. The book also includes more detailed reported stories about the making of Bad, Dangerous and the last albums.

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Collects three decades of Rolling Stone magazine's reporting on Michael Jackson, including articles on the making of his albums and a 1983 look into the King of Pop's world, as well as never-before-published features.

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