Michael Jackson - Daryl Easlea (Hardcover)

The Life and Legacy of Pop Music's King

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With over 300 stunning photographs, Michael Jackson: Rewind tells the story of the King of Pop's life, in reverse.

Product Details

Barcode
9781631062537
Department
Books
Released
15 Oct 2016
Supply Source
UK

Book

Authors
Daryl Easlea
Ndugu Chancler
Ndugu Chancler (Foreward By)
Nougu Chancler (Foreward By)
Subtitle
Rewind
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Race Point Pub
Language
English
Number of Pages
288
Dimensions
276 x 235mm (276g)

Annotation

Relive the incredible history of the King of Pop in reverse with Michael Jackson: Rewind. By the time Michael Jackson passed away in 2009, he had sold an estimated 750 million records worldwide over his career; He had won 26 American Music awards and 13 Grammy awards as well as the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, and was ranked number three, after The Beatles and Elvis Presley, of best-selling music artists. Five years after his death, the net worth of his estate is more than 600 million dollars. He is, without a doubt, one of the most popular and controversial artists of all time. Now, for the first time ever, author Daryl Easlea will explore the life and history of Michael Jackson in reverse. Starting with his tragic death and rewinding to his earlyhits with the Jackson 5 and life in Gary, Indiana, this is a complete illustrated history of the King of Pop: his genius, his life, and his demons. Loaded with over 300 images, a timeline of his life, a complete discography, and more, this is the must-have book for any Michael Jackson fan.

Summary

Relive the incredible history of the King of Pop in reverse. Michael Jackson: Rewind charts the life to Michael from his tragic, unexpected passing to his childhood.

By the time Michael Jackson passed away in 2009, he had sold an estimated 750 million records worldwide over his career. He had won 26 American Music Awards and 13 Grammy Awards as well as the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, and was ranked number three, after The Beatles and Elvis Presley, of best-selling music artists. Five years after his death, the net worth of his estate is more than 600 million dollars. He is, without a doubt, one of the most popular - and controversial - artists of all time. Now, for the first time ever, author Daryl Easlea will explore the life and history of Michael Jackson... in reverse.

Starting with his tragic death and rewinding to his early hits with the Jackson 5 and life in Gary, Indiana, this is a complete illustrated history of the King of Pop: his genius, his life, and his demons. Loaded with over 300 images, a timeline of his life, a complete discography, and more, this is the must-have book for any Michael Jackson fan.

Non-Fiction

General Subject
Biography/Autobiography
BISAC Subject 1
Biography & Autobiography / Entertainment & Performing Arts
BISAC Subject 2
Music / Genres & Styles / Pop Vocal
BISAC Subject 3
Biography & Autobiography / Rich & Famous
BIC Classification 1
Rock & Pop music
BIC Classification 2
Individual composers & musicians, specific bands & groups
BIC Classification 3
Biography: arts & entertainment
Library Subject 1
Rock musicians - United States
Library Subject 2
Jackson, Michael
Library Subject 3
Biographies
Dewey Classification
790

Author Bio

Daryl Easlea is an author, DJ, and broadcaster whose work can be found in Record Collector (where he was once deputy editor), The Guardian, The Independent, and on the BBC. He is the critically acclaimed author of Without Frontiers: The Life and Music of Peter Gabriel, Cher: All I Want to Do, Madonna, and Talent Is an Asset: The Story Of Sparks.

Among his work on Thriller and Bad, Ndugu Chancler provided one of the most famous drumbeats of all-time on "Billie Jean." He also has played with artists including Frank Sinatra, Miles Davis, George Duke, Weather Report, Santana, and Lionel Richie. He played on "Love Is in Control (Finger on the Trigger)" by Donna Summer. Listed as one of the Top 25 drummers in the world, aside from his ongoing musical career, he is currently Professor of Jazz and Contemporary Music Studies at the Thornton School Of Music, University Of Southern California.