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Listen Now: Michael Jackson’s ‘A Place With No Name’
TMZ — the site which first broke the news of Michael Jackson’s death — is again ahead of the pack, with the posting of a previously unreleased Jackson song, titled “A Place With No Name.”
It’s not clear when the track was recorded, though MTV says “the vocal production and arrangement makes it sound much more like a latter-day Jackson tune than anything from earlier in his career.”
More from TMZ:
The song — “A Place with No Name” – sounds similar to the song “A Horse with No Name” released by the group America back in 1971. We’re told several years ago America’s manager gave his group’s permission for Jackson to record the song, “A Place with No Name” — despite the similarity.
America’s current manager, Jim Morey, who was also Michael’s manager in the late 80′s and early 90′s, tells us, “The band was honored that Michael chose to do their song and they hope it becomes available for all Michael’s fans to hear.”
It’s unclear when Michael recorded the song.
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