Tony Succar: Unity – The Latin Tribute to Michael Jackson

For a while, I didn’t write an album rescension, but no worries, I’ll write one today ;)

Tony Succar: Unity – The Latin Tribute to Michael Jackson

Genre: Latin, Salsa, Tropical Pop

Three years of work, recording at several studios(e.g. Miami, Orlando), with more than 80 professional musicians, in tribute to the King Of Pop: Michael Jackson, who died in 2009.

Tony Succar, born in 1986 in Lima, Peru, is an US-american music producer and indie record label owner who develops this “Latin Tribute to Michael Jackson“. Including great musicians and singers, e.g. Tito Nieves and La India, this awesome album reinterprets Michael Jackson’s 14 greatest hits, as “I Want You Back”, from the Jackson 5, into an amazing mix of tropical pop and latin music. The appeal of this album is to show all the world how beautiful Big Band Orchestration, Latin and Caribbean sound can be, while you’re still remaining true to Michael’s artistic integrity. Maybe so, the latin music audience could increase, if you’re start listening to latin music in familiar textes. Another aim is to unite people, create peace through music and dissolve barriers between all countries on the world. With “Unity” would show us, that all people love music and dance, just as Michael envisioned.


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Music from the US – the Civil Wars

Civil Wars a folk duo from Nashville , consisting of John Paul White and Joy Williams founded 2009. Here is their  cover of Michael Jacksons – Billie Jean

Music from US – Donna Summer R.I.P 17.05.2012

Donna Summer , the Queen of Disco Music died today at the age of 63 in the United States , Key West , Miami . In the 70´s she released Hits like “Hot Stuff”, “Last Dance”, “Love To Love You Baby”, “She Works Hard For The Money” and “Bad Girls” . She influenced later Stars as Madonna and Michael Jackson with her sound.

Music from the US – A Michael Jackson cover

Often, the world forgets the children, and ignore them, or let them work for them. But they should also have human rights, and be equal to any other person. Here’s a nice cover version called “We are the World, we are the Children“: