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The Michael Jackson tapes
In 2000-2001, Michael Jackson sat down with his close friend and spiritual guide, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, to record what turned out to be the most intimate and revealing conversations of his life. It was Michael"s wish to bare his soul and unburden himself to a public that he knew was deeply suspicious of him. The resulting thirty hours are the basis of The Michael Jackson Tapes. In these searingly honest conversations, Michael exposes his emotional pain and profound loneliness, his longing to be loved, and the emptiness of his fame. He takes us into his childhood and speaks of the measures he took to try and heal. He discusses how he came to be alienated from his strong religious anchor, his tortured yet loving relationship with his siblings, his father and his yearning for a time when they might finally reconcile, and his most personal friendships.--From publisher description.
|LC Classifications||ML420.J175 B68 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 299 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||2010561923|
I held out the longest. He was far from a saint. This is Michael in the way he always wanted to be known. If they wrestle, climb a tree MJ: Absolutely. And I think that Michael always wanted his mother to be very proud of him.
Rabbi, it would be a guess. He used to always say and he says in the book, Larry -- he says, so many other stars, they don't try to do as much philanthropy, as much good as I. He came with me to Synagogue and regularly attended Shabbat dinner. I was sitting there.
And sometimes you may be even hearing a backup. Or because of me? And they end up a year later suing over some ridiculous Alas, Michael could not sustain the spiritual effort. He would debate atheists. I'm just there to help.
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KING: When did he expect you to make them public? And I think the public finally began to judge him more charitably. Thank you. It was Michael's wish to bare his soul and unburden himself to a public that he knew was deeply suspicious of him.
And I want to wish my wife a happy birthday today. It is hard for you to see him as this new man?
He has had a very difficult life that began in abject poverty in Iran. So when the foot of the -- of the ironing cord hit you, it just you know -- and it was just like me dying.
And I think after that, Michael had lost the will to live. We -- went out a lot. I am not going to there. KING: When? And he once told me a story that was equally chilling. And I turned around and my children The Michael Jackson tapes book crying.
This is the sort of silliniess. There was fireworks going on. I'm well aware of the fact that he dangled a baby from a balcony.
But The Michael Jackson tapes book did confess on international television, Larry, to sharing a bed with this child. Watch -- listen to this excerpt. And as they cried, I began to mourn. The Ideal Woman: "I don't The Michael Jackson tapes book the women who are always saying, "My nails need to be done.
And I pray for America. Because I am like a lizard. And I think, Larry, that we, in this country, have never really mourned Michael. He used to pioneer every Sunday, even after he was the most famous entertainer alive.
No problem. And it made the publication of the book impossible, because the whole purpose of the book was to portray Michael sympathetically. I know I could.
Also, there were two. But if they will not allow you to -- and I tried everything to -- you certainly cannot wait around and watch them self-immolate.
He felt the adult world was exploitative. I will sing it. He yearns for parents to take his example seriously, to prioritize their kids, to read them bedtime stories, to sit and have family dinners with them.
MJ: He would drop us like a hot potato."The Michael Jackson Tapes" book, by the Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, a former spiritual adviser of Michael's, offers a rare glimpse into intimate conversation between Michael and the Rabbi. Though the book is considered by many as highly controversial, Michael's responses do offer a deeper understanding of Michael sharing his feelings and being very.
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