Tribute to a King
That is what the title said and I could think of only two people who fitted that title (in the music fraternity)
The first one is Elvis Presley and the second , Michael Jackson (obviously)
Frankly speaking I liked him ( M J ) when he looked like this, simple and down to earth
I mean his performance on stage did not diminish whenever he put on his dancing shoes but his latest attire did put off many
Coming back to the blog post, I stumbled upon a puppet show by puppeteer Juan Jose Vargas who did an excellent job of creating all the moves that Michael Jackson did while dancing.
He created a perfect Michael Jackson Puppet and made him dance to the song “Blood on the Dance Floor”
It was amazing to watch the video (which is just for 3 minutes) with all the perfect leg and hip movements which was the trade mark of Michael Jackson.
He even tried the moon walk, but that was nowhere close to the moon walk that Michael Jackson did. I think we should give Juan Jose that much leeway, as the Moon Walk is not an art that every one can master. I have been trying it for the last two years, but can’t go more than two and half steps - then the moon stops rotating for me (or does the moon rotate?)
This short movie was made in
Mauricio Vargas and shot with a Canon 5D Mark II Mexico
Hats off to Mauricio and Juan and of course Michael Jackson. Long Live the King !
Have a look at the video yourself - click here (it may take some time for the video to appear and play, so one may have to exercise some patience)