I have -- intentionally -- not written much about Michael Jackson in the last week. And it's a policy I intend to continue.
Right after this:
Lower the cone of silence!
I was going to shoot back with Reverend Lovejoy's favorite "In the Garden of Eden" by I. Ron Butterfly, but then I remembered that the original "In A Gadda Da Vida" actually has an electric organ in it.
Anyway, I'm sure it can be done, but the video you posted just turns into a wall of noise (there's a chance that the organ simply overwhelmed the recording equipment, so it probably sounded better in person, but not much).
thank your for your silence on MJ. The truth is, there really isn't that much to say.
After all the tributes ad nauseum, I didn't realize I like MJ's music--this way only. Thanks, Bob.
Not that I'm enjoying the media circus, but to ignore Jackson's performance and dancing as a live entertainer is to discount a great deal of his talent. Personal problems aside, the guy could move in ways that most of us can't.