“Side-stepping sensationalism, journalist Mike Smallcombe enters uncharted territory as he takes you behind the scenes to reveal the real Jackson, a man few people ever got to know.
Interviewing over sixty of Jackson's associates including managers, lawyers, music executives, producers, musicians and engineers - many of whom are speaking about their experiences publicly for the first time - he provides exclusive access to one of the biggest-selling recording artists in history.”
Mike Smallcombe is an English journalist.
If you're interested in Michael Jackson as a fan or due to a general curiosity about the life of a creative genius or celebrity, Making Michael should do the trick. I found the insights into Jackson's life and accomplishments interesting. Even more so the different view, more complete and nuanced, I gained into Michael's approach to creative tasks.
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Rating: **** Four Stars
Reviewed by: BigAl
Approximate word count: 130-135,000 words