Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Michael Jackson in a video studio with Barry Gibb

In just one month of the anniversary of the death of Michael Jackson, Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees' group has published on its website a video which should be the buzz this week. Indeed, Barry Gibb has unveiled a private video recording studio of a proposed song with the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. On June 25, 2009, Michael Jackson left us and his memory is still present among his millions of fans around the world.

A month before that tragic date for the world of music, the singer Barry Gibb, member of the famous trio Bee Gees released a new video on its website. A single from a few seconds where you can see with Michael Jackson in full working studio. The scene takes place in 2002 and the two artists were preparing a draft set of songs called "All In Your Name." This song, written by Barry Gibb was for countless fans of Michael Jackson and all music lovers.

As a tribute, Barry Gibb said on its website, he loved Michael Jackson and together they shared the same vision of music. The Bee Gees singer also said that it was his daughter who had filmed the images and he possessed more than two hours of recording studio this session. Barry Gibb also said he would like to see the song there and be open soon, the many fans of Michael Jackson.

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