Thursday, August 14, 2014

Michael Jackson “A Place With No Name” Breaks ground as first music video to launch on Twitter

A preview of the video also made its network television debut on the special Michael Jackson themed episode of FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance. The new video also simultaneously broadcast on Sony's big screen in Times Square.

Michael re-envisioned America’s 1972 classic “A Horse With No Name” to convey a narrative following a man whose car breaks down and is led by a mysterious woman to a Utopian place where “no one is in fear” and “no people have pain”. It was a collaboration with Dr. Freeze in 1998 at Record Plant Recording Studio.

The beautifully shot short film, directed by iconic award-winning director Samuel Bayer, tells a story of a man enticed into a magical “place” by a mysterious woman. The short film also includes outtakes and behind-the-scenes footage of Michael shot during the production for “In The Closet” short film, which have been kept in the vault since 1992.

@MichaelJackson A Place With No Name Official Video


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