Just saw it tonight -- excellent documentary. I've gotta say, I think he's still got it at 50. Anyone else seen it? Also, what were the custom IEMs that they were using?
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10/30/09 at 10:37pm
You know, I thought it did a great job in humanizing MJ as a better lasting memory than the one a lot of us have. I really hope this doesn't descend into the recursive loop discussion of personal life things ... not because I don't think that they're important but because I think that they are unresolvable from our perspectives. I am certain we all have opinions on the man and the music. One thing that's clear to me is that his genius was never more clear to me, performance-wise, and I only wish I could have seen this concert live.