[Vídeo raro} A primeira versão de Michael Jackson's Ghosts [1993] e que foi cancelada após as acusações contra Michael e apenas retomadas em 1997. Essa versão tinha como titulo antigo Seeing Voices.

Fonte: MJBeats

24 comentários:

  1. Nossa, que preciosidade, que linda cena! Eu havia me esquecido de que ele tinha começado a filmar esse média-metragem em 1993. E ele estava com os cabelos mais cacheados... e mais lindos do que em 1997. :)

    1. Essas cenas inéditas vêm para abençoar o nosso final de semana!

  2. Muito sexy, no finalzinho do filme.

    Linda voz, também.

  3. Gente, isso é muito RARO !!!!

    Oi Rosane, tudo bom? :D

    1. Tudo bem, Rebeca, agora está melhor ainda com a sua ilustre presença!! :D

    2. hahaha :P thanx Rosane!! Eu também achei sexy essa quebradinha de cintura do Michael no final, mas essa versão me pareceu mais melancólica, sei lá...

    3. Talvez seja proposital, Ghosts tem esse clima dark...

  4. É mesmo.... e de quebra com esse vídeo veio Seeing Voices ♥ ♥ ♥

    1. Com certeza, existem mais imagens inéditas. A gente não perde por esperar. \0/

    Michael Jackson desenvolveu um estilo que era inegavelmente dele próprio. Era uma voz que, brilhantemente, evocou emoções extremas injetando em suas letras a profundidade e emoção.
    Fazer sentir a música é a parte do distintivo estilo de Michael. Na recente Seeing Voices (Vendo Vozes, em português) a sensibilidade de Michael faz narrar sobre pessoas com deficiência auditiva.
    ''Eu canto sobre o que você vê o que pode pensar
    Do que você vê,
    Mãos que se mexem,
    Rostos que se movem
    Nós seguimos o rastro do que vemos,
    Não do que ouvimos o que temos em mente
    Então, quando você enxerga mãos
    Tecendo o espaço entre seus amigos
    Pense neles como os sentissem,
    Como se estivesse vendo vozes
    Fala sem som, cara a cara
    Mãos se soltando tecendo espaços entre amigos
    Pense neles como os sentissem,
    Como se estivesse vendo vozes''
    ** Inspirado na obra de Oliver Sacks, Vendo Vozes: uma viagem ao mundo dos surdos, de acordo com anotações em fitas que foram leiloadas por Frank Cascio em 2014, ''Seeing Voices'' foi originalmente concebida em 1997.
    Tencionada para o álbum ''Invincible'' a versão completa dela que ''ainda'' permanece inédita traz nos vocais de fundo a participação de Ray Charles.

    Fonte: MJBeats

  6. Nao conhecia essa musica. Mais uma obra linda do anjo.

    1. Essa música é mais um presentes para todos (as) nós. Eu amei conhecer, também.

    2. Esqueci de comentar sobre a música. Seeing Voices é mais uma linda canção dele que eu também não conhecia!

    3. ...e tanto a letra como a canção são lindas, muito legal!

    4. Oh.. Céus!!! Uma valsa, como Little Susie.... Fantástica! O conjunto da obra... Magnifica! Como os grandes mestres, ainda estou perplexa!!!

      \o/\o/... ♫♫ BRAVO.... BRAVÍSSIMO ♫♫.. =D7...

  7. Eu encontrei mais informações sobre essa canção, vou deixar aqui em inglês, e quem tiver interesse na leitura, é só copiar e colar no google tradutor.

    Michael Jackson fans got a two in one treat today after a one minute snippet of unreleased song “Seeing Voices” leaked on YouTube set to unreleased footage from Jackson’s 1993 video shoot for Is This Scary.

    Sidney Fine and Matt Forger in the studio.
    “Seeing Voices” was conceived by composer, arranger, and orchestrator Sidney Fine with two pianos, one acoustic bass, and a small choir. Fine reached out to the King of Pop to perform vocals on the track, who obliged. Jackson’s longtime engineer Matt Forger, who had known Fine for years thanks to Jackson introducing them, served as recording engineer on the track – and other Fine projects at the time. Once Jackson had recorded his vocal, he told Fine he love the song, but requested that strings be added to the track.
    The song was unveiled on May 28, 1999 during a small private event hosted by Fine at the Ventura Club in Sherman Oaks, California. A copy of the invitation details that “Seeing Voices” is “a song for the deaf” inspired by the title of Dr. Oliver Sacks’ 1989 best selling book of the same name.

    1997 “Seeing Voices” tape and invitation to the May 28, 1999 Ventura Club unveiling of the track.

    EXCLUSIVE: Never-before seen pictures of “Seeing Voices” sheet music.
    The full version of “Seeing Voices,” which runs 3 minutes and 20 seconds, remains unreleased, as does the complete footage that accompanied the leaked snipped – a one-minute video sample taken from Jackson’s ill-fated (but later resurrected and remade) 1993 film Is This Scary.
    According to screenwriter Paul Rudnick, the original concept was for Jackson to record a horror-themed song for Addams Family Values and film a music video to promote it, but when allegations of child molestation were made against Jackson the summer before the film was set to be released, plans changed.
    “It was just a little too risky to include [the song] in the final movie at that point,”Rudnick recalls of the situation.
    The song – which, contrary to popular belief, was not actually titled “Is This Scary” according to actress Shana Mangatal (the film was called Is This Scary, but not the song) – was set to play during the closing credits of Addams Family Values.
    “He dictated the lyrics of the song that was going to be used as the theme song forAddams Family Values to me, but the song was never recorded,” Mangatal explains. “It’s a completely different (to ‘Is It Scary’ – released years later) and never-before heard song.”

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  8. The song was also to be released as a brand new Michael Jackson single accompanied by a long-form music video – funded and issued independently by Jackson – to support both the single and Addams Family film.
    Mangatal, who was cast in the film and was also working for Jackson’s manager at the time, vividly remembers the experience of being on set during the 1993 filming, explaining that Jackson was excited and enthusiastic going into the project and revealing that Addams Family characters were to have made cameos in Jackson’s short film.
    “What is not included in this (leaked) snippet are the scenes with the Addams Family kids,” explains Mangatal. “Christina Ricci and the other two kids were in this too. It included creepy live animals as well. There was an armadillo that the director had crawl right over my feet. We filmed at the CBS/MTM Studios in Studio City, California.”
    “Michael was very excited to film this,” she adds. “His goal was for it to be ‘scarier than Thriller.’ We filmed for about 2 weeks. But, after a few days of filming, Michael learned of the allegations, and he was devastated. He stopped showing up to the set. We filmed as much as we could without him, and we did get a lot of footage, but the main piece that we did not get was Michael’s dance sequence.”
    Despite not finishing or releasing the song or film in 1993, Jackson wasn’t about to let the project fall by the wayside.
    “He was determined to finish Is This Scary,” recalls Mangatal, “mainly because of the reason we had to stop. It became his passion project and he really wanted everyone to see it and understand its meaning.”

    Jackson would ultimately revisit the project three years later, in 1996, completing and releasing the film under the title Ghosts – a 40-minute re-written version of what he started in 1993 featuring three songs; “Is It Scary,” “2Bad,” and title track “Ghosts.”
    “Ghosts is his view of how people perceived him, so it’s very autobiographical,” says Mangatal. “Finishing it was all Michael talked about for three years.”
    “Ghosts is similar to how Is This Scary would have been, but different,” recalls Mangatal. “Is This Scary had that same theme, about people being afraid to have Michael around their children, which is ironic being that the allegations hadn’t even hit at the time it was written, cast, and filming had begun.”
    “For Ghosts he changed directors (to Stan Winston) and re-wrote the script. He also re-cast the entire thing because all of the original kids had grown up,” adds Mangatal, who was the only member of the original 1993 cast that was re-cast for the 1996 version. “There was an actual actor who played ‘The Mayor’ in Is This Scary. Michael only played himself in it.”
    The completed Ghosts film, in which Jackson plays a grand total of five characters, stands as one of the most significant artistic feats of his entire career, and is widely considered to be the magnum opus of his unparalleled catalog of short films.
    Jackson adored the Ghosts film so much, and was so passionate about having audiences see it, that he was planning on showcasing it in a Halloween TV special on CBS in October 2009 – between the first and second legs of his This Is Itresidency at London’s O2 Arena.
    By Damien Shields

  9. Olá angel, bom dia!!! :
    E as surpresas não param, né? Quanta emoção, tudo de uma vez, tá difícil segurar!! Vlw amiga... Bjs :-bd

    Só tenho uma palavra ..... GENIUS.. GENIUS.. GENIUS!!! ♥♥♥

    1. Boa tarde, amiga,

      sim, nós merecemos essas maravilhas que estão encontrando a luz do dia! :)

  10. Boa tarde meninas :-)
    Nossa eu não sabia que existia uma outra versão de ghosts, fiquei com um gostinho na boca de quero mais, queria um dia poder ver essa versão de ghosts :-) sem fala que a musica que passa no vídeo, é incrivelmente linda, e espero que um dia possamos a ouvir ela por completa

    1. Boa tarde, Karol,

      estamos todas querendo é mais, agora. \0/

  11. O Michael sempre deixa o gosto de quero mais e mais kkkkk

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