1979 - “The Jacksons Make their Own Moves” Article Interview PDF Print E-mail


On labels:

"I wanted an album that wouldn’t just consist of just one kind of music, cause I love all kinds of music. I see it all as music. I don’t like to label it. It’s like saying this child is white, this one’s black, this one’s Japanese, but they’re all children. It reminds me of prejudice. I hate labels, it’s so crazy. [...] If somebody has a wonderful song that’s right for me, I’d love to do it. I wouldn’t pass up a good song just because I didn’t write it. [...]”

On "The Wiz”:

"I think it has such deep truth in it. You talk about belief and faith – these are strong subject matters and when you do something like that, it’ll last forever.”



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