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POP MUSIC IN THE LAST 50 YEARS: Was it a Thriller? Was it Bad? … just … Beat It!

Con ocasión del entierro de Michael Jackson, “el Rey del Pop”, seguramente nos ocurre pensar en el mundo del entretenimiento, de la Música Popular.

MJIMAGE taken from ‘Michael Jackson’ Page on FB…

Y nosotros del UNIV podríamos haber pensado en cómo traducir estos pensamientos a trabajos específicos de investigación: “Relación entre el cristianismo y la música”, “El influjo de la música en la vida de los cristianos”, “Cómo cristianizar la música pop”, etc. etc.

In the following link I offer sample Paper Topics and Research Outlines in relation to UNIV2010:

http://alizaracelis.googlepages.com/univ_music

The Theme in 2005 was “The Language of MUSIC” – It would be very interesting indeed to revive those paper proposals of that year or to continue with projects which we may have begun then…

1.  “Christianity Influencing Music: A Brief Historical Review”

2.  “Music: I Need You”

3.  “Music as a Reflection of Nature”

4.  “Pop Sensations and Christianity: The Cases of XX, YY and ZZ”

So then: How would you deal with the question on the title of this blog?

POP MUSIC IN THE LAST 50 YEARS: Was it a Thriller? Was it Bad?

I guess we could say:

Let music HEAL THE WORLD! 😉

SPANISH VERSION “Sanar la tierra”:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHLrwsSiK1A&NR=1

😉  😉  😉

Michael Jackson singing in Spanish:

MJ grabó por lo menos una canción en español… Para una edición especial del álbum “Bad”, grabó “Todo mi amor eres tú” (versión española de “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You” pero no intentó una traducción exacta…) Su pareja para la canción era Siedah Garrett…

“Todo mi amor eres tú” MICHAEL JACKSON – letra en español con traducción al inglés, aquí:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-JBA2VU6U4

😉  😉  😉

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