L'europe de 1919

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Michael Jackson (1958 - 2009)

We will speak one of the largest artists, one can same say the largest artist of the world. It composed of the thousands of songs which it are sold very quickly. We speak well about Mickael Jackson.

Michael Jackson was born on August 29, 1958, in Gary (Indiana) and dead on June 25, 2009, in Los Angeles (Californie). It is a singer, dancer and choréographer.Author, type-setter, interpret, actor and business man american. He is reconized by the book of the records as being the artist more crowned of all times. According to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, it was identified as being the most popular artist in the history of business show and the most famous man in the world.

It is seventh a family of nine children, it sings with his brothers as of sixyears old and begins a professional path of eleven years old with in Jackson Five, group formed with his older brothers.

In 1964, Michael and his brother Marlon, joined the Jackson Brothers. It is a band formed by Jackie, Tito and Jermaine as backup musicians playing congas and tambourine. Jackson later began performing backup vocals and dancing. When he has eight, Michael began sharing thelead vocals with his older brother Jermaine. The name of the group change to The Jackson Five. The band toured the Midwest from 1966 to 1968. They performing at a string of black club known at the ''Chitlin' circuit''. They open stripteases and other adult acts.

In 1966, they win a local talent show. There are renditions of Motown hits and James Brown's ''I Feel Good'', led by Michael.
TheJackson Five began shows in Gary, to win all the competitions which they participate and to be made a reputation in the city. Joseph decides then to turn to good account their talent and obtains them commitments, the weekend, in Chicago, New York and Philadelphia. Five boys continue to frequent the school in the week.

In 1968, Joseph announce at his family their deplacement in Detroit, becauseBerry Gordy, president of Motown, call them for an audition. The group, officially presented to the press by their godmother Diana Ross in August, 1969, becomes one of the most popular of the stable Motown, the label consisted mainly of black artists. To this occasion, Joseph will write their first song: I Want You Back. Motown spreads the rumour that it is Diana Ross itself who discovered them anddecided to present them to the CEO of the record company. At the time of signing the contract, Motown and all the Jackson family move from Detroit to Los Angeles.

The first national success of The Jackson Five is I Want You Back, extract to the album Diana Ross presents The Jackson Five, whiwh become number one of the classification Billboard of the pop singles the 31 of january in 1970. Michalis 11 years and half. Three others extracts of the album become also number one in 1970: ABC, also in lice for a Grammy Award, The Love You Save, and I'll Be There, which rest number one during 5 weeks in october and november. It the first time which the fours singles of a american group become number one. The ascent of the Jackson Five is vertiginous and the young person Michael becomes thescrunchie of the public. Their popularity begins to decrease by 1972, but they obtain another success with ''Dance Machine'', which reaches the second place of classifications in May, 1974.

After Dancing Machine, The Jackson Five feel more and more deprive by the label Motown and complain not to be able to choose neither their songs nor their instruments. Joe Jackson, a long time manager of thegroup, also complains to have lost his influence for the benefit of Berry Gordy, president of Motown. The members of the group consider besides that the received royalties are not rather important towards their success. All these elements of dissatisfaction force them to announce, in July, 1975, that they leave Motown at the end of their contract, in March, 1976. At the same moment, they sign a new...
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