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♫ His Music Will Live ForEver ♫

“Over the years we became a family,all of us.You are my family…My children are your children and all the children of the world are our children and our responsibility.

It was you,who put your heart on the line.It was you,who stepped forward to defend someone you love.It was you,on a worldwide basis who supported me as my army,my soldiers of love.

You were always there.You are always loyal and I love you forever.” Michael Jackson
Oct 2 '14

Michael Jackson at wedding of Prudence Solomon

Oct 1 '14
"Even if you’re sweeping floors or painting ceilings, do it better than anybody in the world, no matter what it is that you do. Be the best at it, and have a respect for others, and be proud of yourself…and to honor, be honorable."
Michael Jackson (via expressionsofpassion)

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Oct 1 '14

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Sep 30 '14
realajae:

Think about you all the time.. Rest in peace Uncle Mike.
Michael Jackson, Dad’s Birthday Dinner

realajae:

Think about you all the time.. Rest in peace Uncle Mike.

Michael Jackson, Dad’s Birthday Dinner

Sep 30 '14

myinspirationmj:

Michael with Antiquarian Traders, Beverley Hills owner Mark Slotkin who tells the stories behind these 5 pics ~ 

Pic 1 ~ With Mark Slotkin “Michael Jackson was a regular customer and would regularly visit Antiquarian Traders. Michael would insist that we’d close the store so he could shop privately. I would joke with him that there was no one here and invariably when he was driven up in his blacked-out SUV, we would become busy. He made the best of it and no one ever bothered him. He loved to shop for antiques, was very trusting, had great taste, and as a result, he got very good deals and came back again and again. His last transaction was in 2007” 

Pic 2 ~ With Mark and family “As shy as he was, Michael was always gracious in taking photos and signing autographs”.

Pic 3 ~ Michael Jackson and myself having good times at the piano. I love to play as did Michael. This was a memorable occasion because Michael made some beatbox type sounds from his mouth that sounded much like a combination of a snap of a shoe shine rag and a train on railroad tracks. It was incredible and he could have made a living off of just that. You just had to hear it once to remember it forever”

Pic 4 ~ In this image, Michael is autographing the actual photograph shown in the next slide. By his side is my wife Gail, Jesse Dickenson (Mississippi’s Supreme Court Chief Justice), my daughter Nicollette and Don Tyner (a highly successful businessman and customer of Antiquarian Traders).

Pic 5 ~ Michael visited our house in 1996 when our first daughter Nicollette was two years old. He loved children and he made her very happy. Here we see the actual publicity photo that Michael autographed for Nicollette.

Photos from Celebrities who visited Antiquarian Traders available at link ~ http://www.antiquariantraders.com/celebrities/michael_jackson/slide01.html

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Antiquarian Traders who were are 303 S Robertson Blvd, Beverly Hills at the time of Michael’s visit is now available online. 

Sep 30 '14

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Sep 30 '14
"Michael Jackson and myself having good times at the piano. I love to play as did Michael. This was a memorable occasion because Michael made some beatbox type sounds from his mouth that sounded much like a combination of a snap of a shoe shine rag and a train on railroad tracks. It was incredible and he could have made a living off of just that. You just had to hear it once to remember it forever."  Mark Slotkin -Antiquarian Traders

"Michael Jackson and myself having good times at the piano. I love to play as did Michael. This was a memorable occasion because Michael made some beatbox type sounds from his mouth that sounded much like a combination of a snap of a shoe shine rag and a train on railroad tracks. It was incredible and he could have made a living off of just that. You just had to hear it once to remember it forever."  Mark Slotkin -Antiquarian Traders

Sep 28 '14
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I think secretly and privately there is … I mean, really deep within, there is a destiny for me and just for me to stay on that track and follow it.

You hear us talk about the peacock a lot because the peacock is the only bird of all the bird family that integrates every color into one. That’s our main goal in music. When you go to our concerts and you see every race out there and they’re all waving hands and they’re holding hands and they’re smiling and dancing. All colors.

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Michael Jackson - January 1980
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