Obviously, don’t take Michael offers Facebook £1m to opt out of Timeline as a legitimate news story.
Nathan Jay is a house music composer/remixer from England, and he’s just finished two new tracks, each based around samples of George’s vocals.
“Driftin’ on by” is a deep house track based around samples of “Feeling Good.”
“Did I Dream?” is a deep house track based around samples of “Song to the Siren” – for the first four minutes. After that it goes rave-mental according to Jay and the video almost makes it look like George is raving like a mad man with the crowd.
If you like “Faith,” you might like Estelle’s new video for “No Substitute Love,” which includes the iconic “Faith” jukebox stance.
Maudi and Sanne have created a new Dutch/English George Michael website. It’s called George Michael NL, and it has news, tour information, and “Eli Stone” information.
Today, I was reading about Maxell discontinuing products at Maxell to Discontinue Its Line of Infamous Discs, and I have to say that the accompanying link to YouTube with the Maxell Wham! commercial just made me smile.
Having had this George Michael site disappear from Google for six months for absolutely no reason, I have to say I’m not a big Google fan. So, I had a great chuckle over the insipid Google algorithm that pulled up a George Michael video instead of the scientific term specified in the search.
Just for fun … with a show of hands (comments) … how many of you think George Michael should fire FanFire, the company running his official fan club?
I ask because I ordered a t-shirt in August 2007, and I am still shirtless. They kept promising that it was backordered and that it would arrive in 3-5 weeks. That was five months ago. A month ago, I e-mailed them to tell them I would like to order a different item (they offered this option to me), and I have never heard a response despite the fact that I have e-mailed them twice since then.
I can’t help but wonder if this company is making George Michael look bad to the people who count the most … the fans.
Here’s something I ran across that’s just for fun and not news: