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Michael Jackson: Grammy Awards (Premios y Nominaciones)


Trayectoria de Michael en los Grammy Awards (Nominaciones y Premios)
Grammy Awards2011
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for “This Is It”

2002
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance – Male for “You Rock My World”

1997
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Music Video, Short Form for “Earth Song”

1996
Won Grammy Award
category Best Music Video, Short Form for “Scream”
shared with Janet Jackson

1996
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for “Scream”
shared with Janet Jackson
1996
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance – Male for “You Are Not Alone”

1996
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for “HIStory Past Present & Future”

1993
Won Living Legend Award

1993
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for “Jam”
shared with Rene Moore; Bruce Swedien; Teddy Riley
1993
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance – Male for “Black Or White”

1993
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance – Male for “Black Or White”

1990
Won Grammy Award
category Best Music Video, Short Form for “Leave Me Alone”

1990
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Music Video, Long Form for “Moonwalker”

1989
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Record of the Year for “Man In The Mirror”

1988
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for “Bad”

1988
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance – Male for “Bad”

1986
Won Grammy Award
category Song of the Year for “We Are The World”
shared with Lionel Richie

1986
Won Grammy Award
category Record of the Year for “We Are The World”

1986
Won Grammy Award
category Best Music Video Short Form

1986
Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Performance By a Duo or Group” for “We Are The World”
shared with USA For Africa

1985
Won Grammy Award
category Best Video, Long Form for “Making Michael Jackson’s Thriller”

1985
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for “Tell Me I’m Not Dreaming”
shared with Jermaine Jackson

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best Producer of the Year
shared with Quincy Jones

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best Recording For Children for “E.T. The Extraterrestrial” Storybook Album

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best Rock Vocal Performance – Male (from Album “Thriller “) for “Beat It”

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song (from Album “Thriller “) for “Billie Jean”

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for “Thriller”

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Record of the Year (from Album “Thriller”) for “Beat It”

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance – Male for “Thriller”

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance – Male (from Album “Thriller “) for “Billie Jean”

1984
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for “The Girl Is Mine”
shared with Paul McCartney
1984
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Song of the Year for “Billie Jean”

1984
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Song of the Year for “Beat It”

1980
Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Performance for “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough”

1980
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Disco Recording for “Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough”

1971
Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Song for “ABC”

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REMEMBERING MICHAEL JACKSON: Part 2


REMEMBERING MICHAEL JACKSON PART 1 AT https://malagaaunike.wordpress.com/2010/07/11/remembering-michael-jackson-part-1-from-0052-to-400/?preview=true&preview_id=2285&preview_nonce=d2e89fb1d3

L.K.:  Is everybody fathering everybody? I mean .. Is it like a village ?

J.J.:  Yes, well, we .. We have to.  Because us, we’re the adults, and they’re children … If we see them doing something wrong we’re gonna say something. It’s not up  to the nany or to the housekeeper or whoever  to reprimand them. It is up to us, as adults.

L.K.:  Do the kids come here often?

J.J.:   No. No. 

L.K.:  Do they get along well, the kids?

J.J.:  Oh yeah …

L.K.:  Cause kids always fight.

J.J.:   Yeah. they get along very very well. They … It’s the video games and all that stuff: and having balloon fights and just … And then they get bored and they want to get out to the movie theater in case the lastest ammunition film … But they, they’re getting along.

L.K.:  Did they see their father’s film ?

J.J.:  I don’t know yet.  I think they may have a copy  cause according to my two sons they … 

L.K.:  Because it’s on HVR now.

J.J.:  Yeah, yeah. But they’re not allowed to do too much on the internet and all that kind of stuff.

L.K.:  Good idea.

J.J.:  Yeah.

L.K.:  Were you surprised how well they did at the memorial service ?

J.J.:  Very, very well.

L.K.:  Everybody was.

J.J.:  Yes. They were … I guess, right when it happened, it was important for them to go and see Michael right then and there.  and they got it all out. But still, it always be, be there… They’re learning to live with it too. But they’ve done a tremendous job just being strong and being so young. 

L.K.: Now,  your mummy now: How is she doing?

J.J.:  She’s doing very well.

L.K.:  She’s got Michael shoe … How does it work? with the float?

J.J.:  Well, you see what it is … They ‘re at the house. My mum is there and there is all kinds of help. There is tutors, there is cooks, and security, and kids and they get a chance to just be children and my mother just … She runs the rules, she enforces the rule: “this is what ‘s gonna happen” … They all have a meeting … They had a meeting last week and …. about just them getting together on vacation trips and things like that … So it looks like there is gonna be some travels going on too.

L.K.:  Everyone took it hard but Katherine took it specially hard, didn’t she ? Right? It’s hard to loose a child.

J.J.:  Yeah, it’s hard to imagine how that feels, but … She gets numb and quiet sometimes. And I think she sort of relive the childhood of his and just … about his laugh and what he used to do when he was young …

L.K.:  Your father recently said, I don’t know how it affected the kids, that she should have been a more attentive mother.

J.J.:  You know Larry, everybody has taken that out of context. I think my father said that …

L.K.: What did he say that for ?

J.J.: My father said that because my mother’s … Michael … My mother was very, very close to him. And she could get him to say and do things before my father and before any of us.

So the fact that he said my mother should have done this, my mother should have done that… But the bottom line is, we ALL were very busy in trying to tear down this wall that was surround him, that Michael surrounded himself with. But these were the outside people who didn’t want to see it.

And that’s what he meant by breaking that barrier or trying to.. That she should have been more attentive to trying to get through because he knew that she had a … in …. in just a pass all the time. No pass, but just ok. Just to get through. It was tough, very tough.

L.K.: There is probably still a lot of pain in him

J.J.: Yeah, he is still grieving, yeah.

 L.K.:  Well your sis .. Just let me get this right…  Your sister Janet has talked about the fact that Michael had a problem and the family tried several interventions with regard to the problem with drugs. You think you could have done more ?

J.J.:  We all say that after the fact. But some of the attempts of intervention… I wasn’t there, I was out of the country, but I heard about them. But Michael would never ever ever take his own life. And I … If Michael was sitting here right now and we were to say to him “Michael, you’re not going to be here and your kids are going to be left fatherless”. He would say “Oh no! That would never happen !” .

And the fact that there has been so many ridiculous things being said by Doctor Klein and all these idiots saying those horrible things now that he’s not here … I’m very much against that.

Michael loved life. He was the type of person that if he saw a fly in the room, he wouldn’t smash it against the wall.  He would let it out, he would open the door to let the fly out. He loved preserving life and the life of others. Why would he take his own life ? It’s stupid.  

L.K.:  (INAUDIBLE) professes a great love for him

J.J.No. How can you love him and not love me or the rest of the family ? It’s all biais.

L.K. :   Doctor Conrad Murray, Conrad Murray, charged with involuntary manslaughter. His hearing starts in August… Will you attend that trial ?

J.J.:  Yes, yes. I’m there for support to keep my mother strong, my father and the family and … 

L.K.:  Keep your brothers strong ?  I mean, a judge has allowed him to keep his medical license

J.J.:  You know Larry, it’s not important whether he keeps his license or they take his license away. The bottom line is Michael is not here. What he administered in Michael should have been in a hospital setting and he did not act alone. I, all, feel, myself, Randy, Latoya, all of us feel that he is the fall guy. And knowing how this all thing works, knowing ….  It’s higher up than just the doctor. And he’s there, and if you squeeze him hard enough he will talk.   

L.K. :  In the year since Michael died, there has been rumours of all kinds about what really happened. From day one, the Jackson family has made surprising allegations. When we come back,  Jermaine will address the truth and the lies surrounding Michael’s death.   

Reporter:  Michael jackson’s father files a wrongfull death lawsuit against doctor Conrad Murray on the one year anniversary of his son’s death. the suit alledges that Murray withheld information from doctors and paramedics trying to save Jackson’s life, specifically that he had given the singer Propofol. Murray has plead not guilty to involuntary manslaughter charges in a criminal case.  


REMEMBERING MICHAEL JACKSON : Part 1 from 00:52


L.K: Larry King         J.J.: Jermaine Jackson

L.K: Good evening. It was a year ago today that news out of Los Angeles shocked the world. Michael Jackson had died. People all over the planet poured into the streets mourning the loss of the singer who had moved generations of music lovers. Michael was buried at Forrest Lawn, at Glendale, California. Jermaine Jackson returns to his brother final resting place for the first time since then and sat down with me for an eye-open interview.

This is where Michael Jackson is interred. One year ago today the nation stunned by the death of this incredible superstar at age 50.

By the way other people buried or intered here include  Lucille Ball, Jack Barren, Clark Gable, George Burns, Jimmy Stewart, Humphrey Bogart, Carole Lombard,  Spency Tracy.

Our special guest is Jermaine Jackson. What can we say? What’s this year been like?

J.J.: It’s tough Larry.  It went so fast. We’ve been mending the pieces together and the family is having a lot of meetings and hmm…  just trying to hold on, basically.

L.K.: Have you come to terms with it ? Have you really accepted it because he was so young?

J.J.: It’s hard … It’s … No. We haven’t come to terms. hmm… It’s something we’re learning to live with… We will never accept it. It’s just … It’s tough. It’s very tough.

L.K.: We all remember watching that funeral. Who didn’t watch it ? We sit here in front of that mausoleum  where your brother is interred. Where was the funeral ? Was it right here ? 

J.J.: I think it was around the corner someplace.

L.K.: Well, they made a carpet,  right?

J.J.: Yes,  right. They laid a carpet. That was the private funeral that the immediate family and special friends and guests had.

L.K.: That was some night …

J.J.: It’s tough. I was very emotional when I drove up …

L.K.: Was it emotional today ?

J.J.: Yes Larry, very, very much. Because I just can’t believe a year has gone by. But to … Just … When it happened  so many things came back to my mind. Just … the childhood and the things that we used to do as a family and a group as The Jackson 5 and it was very tough.

L.K.:  You know when that film came up, I think we finally got to realize what a really not only a great performer but what a sensational person he was.

J.J.: Yeah but why didn’t they know that when he was alive cause his music if you listen to the content of his lyrics and his music, that’s what, that’s what he is, that’s what he wrote from his heart, from his soul and it’s sad because now people realize what kind of person he was all along but he’s not here to see that.

L.K.: Do you think he got a bum rap  in life?

J.J.: He got a bum rap because it’s just … he was so misunderstood and he was trying to take the world on his shoulders and to bring an awareness into the world as what we need to do as people. Yes, he got a bum rap. Yes.

L.K.: Does the family visit here often?

J.J.: We come. And friends come. And they bring flowers cause I’ve been in here and see a lot of different seating arrangement around his burial site. It’s … It’s very cold in there. There are dark corridors …

L.K.: I know we’re not allowed in but you mean it’s dark and cold ?

J.J.: It’s cold Larry. It’s … To walk this corridor in … All you hear is your footsteps and this … Michael shouldn’t be here. I always thought that.

L.K: You wanted another area.

J.J.:  In Neverland.

L.K:  When we were there together you

J.J.:  I said it then.

L.K.:  We taped this earlier in the week. How is the family gonna mark the anniversary? Are they gonna do anything special on the Friday, this Friday when this will be broadcasting?

J.J.: We’re getting together and …. probably gonna have songs, and sing, and things like that to remember all the deed that he’s done.

L.K.: You’re trying to make it joyous ?

J.J.:  We’re trying to make it joyous but it hurts at the same time. But he would want us to be happy. Michael was very special in the sense that he … I kinda felt that he felt something about his life. And he did say on numerous ocasions at times to my mother  that he felt that he was enthreatened and that someone was trying to kill him.

L.K.:  Really?

J.J.:  Yes ! Yes !

L.K.:  He had a premonition of early death by violence ? Or some method ?

J.J.:  Yes , yes, someone..

L.K.:  How is Randy ? We heard he had a scare …

J.J.:  Randy is fine. He’s getting .. because he …He had some chest pains that were not much while in his house working very very hard and just keeping the things together with the family and everything. And we had a call, right, doing the … and the latest was that he was taken to the hospital. He’s doing fine now. I saw him this past weekend and he said he’s doing much, much better. So he is taking it easy. Thank you though.

L.K.:  Michael’s children impressed the millions who saw that memorial service. How are Blanket, Prince and Paris ? Jermaine is gonna fill us in  and we’ll get to Doctor Conrad Murray and the dark side of Michael’s death. Next.

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