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[爆炸消息] MJ生日采访:“我感觉很年轻”(第10次大更新+下载+节目原稿翻译)  

2008-08-29 11:35:35|  分类: Michael Jackson |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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“流行音乐之王”迈克尔·杰克逊于2008年8月28日五十岁生日前夜接受了全美广播公司(ABC)的“早安美国”节目的独家采访。该节目于8月29日早间播出。歌王在其中谈到了关于他事业、生活、孩子和他的未来(与之前发布的新闻内容有所不同)。以下就是节目的全部内容笔录:

 

主持人箩宾(Robin):现在,将播出我们对迈克尔·杰克逊的独家采访,他今天将度过五十岁的生日。我们的记者克里斯·康纳利(Chris Connelly)将从文化方面,与这个流行偶像电话连线,谈论他生活、事业的起伏,以及他的未来……克里斯,我听说这是个令人惊讶的对话。告诉我们吧!

 

克里斯:是的……这样和迈克尔·杰克逊谈话,很有点超现实的味道,尤其是在电话里,声音渐小,就像你开车时听的一个电台广播。他说他会回答关于他事业生涯的问题,所以那就是我们谈论的议题,以及……他到五十岁了!

 

[播放《颤栗》、胜利巡演和摩城唱片25周年的片段]

 

克里斯:依然是世界上最大的明星之一,依然是最私密的明星之一。就在他五十岁生日的前夜,迈克尔罕见地接受了我们的采访。

 

克里斯·康纳利:你打算怎么庆祝你的五十岁生日呢?

 

迈克尔:哦,我只会和我的孩子们吃点蛋糕,然后我们可能会看点动画片。

 

克里斯:在他迎接着个人的又一里程碑的同时,许多人都在回顾过去,而杰克逊则关注着未来,他认为将会无比光明。

 

克里斯:回顾一下你的事业吧迈克尔,你还会做什么不同的事情吗?

 

迈克尔:我一直希望做许多精彩的事情,所以那不容易——我想最好的还没有到来,这是我真正谦卑的看法。

 

[“杰克逊五兄弟”片段播放]

 

克里斯:那么这会花一些功夫。考虑到他在1969年电力十足的事业开端,作为杰克逊五兄弟组合的11岁主唱,演绎了摩城唱片公司历史上最琅琅上口的金曲,以及他几乎超越尘世的舞蹈技巧……

 

[更多的“杰克逊五兄弟”片段播放。年轻迈克尔的老片段播放,被问到他最先聆听并据之发展其风格的人物是谁,“詹姆斯·布朗(James Brown),”他回答说。]

 

[切到迈克尔当年詹姆斯·布朗在BET典礼上的照片]

 

克里斯:四十年后的今天,看起来他的口味没有太大改变。

 

[继续电话连线]

 

迈克尔:我刚刚看了点詹姆斯·布朗的表演。

 

克里斯:真的吗?

 

迈克尔:我爱詹姆斯·布朗。是的。

 

克里斯:和他兄弟们一起在杰克逊五兄弟组合里成功后,迈克尔个人的事业,以及他后来的名气爆发,让他言明这就是“他生命中最好的岁月。”

 

[画面切到1984年百事可乐广告]

 

克里斯:当你回顾这五十年来的时候,你事业生涯的哪一个时期是你最快乐的?

 

迈克尔:最快乐的?是录制《颤栗》和《疯狂》(Off the Wall)专辑的时候。这对我来说,意味良多,并被公众和世界美丽地接受了。你知道,我非常开心这个事实。

 

[切到《疯狂》的画面]

 

克里斯:尽管《疯狂》是一张巨大的首发唱片,但《颤栗》才是音乐历史上最大的成功,并重新定义了流行音乐的图景。

 

[切到《颤栗》的片段]

 

《滚石》杂志的布莱恩·西哈特(Brian Hiatt):它在全球卖了一亿张。美国每个家庭,甚至也许全世界每个家庭里都有一张《颤栗》。啊……孩子们想穿得像他,跳得像他,或者变成他。

 

[《比莉·琼》(Billie Jean)和《避开》(Beat It)录影片段]

 

克里斯:《颤栗》派生了大热曲目,如《比莉·琼》和《避开》,它们的音乐录影打破了MTV等媒介上的种族藩篱。

 

[《你给我的感觉》(The Way You Make Me Feel)片段播出]

 

克里斯:直到上世纪80年代中期,杰克逊的一切都是“颤栗”,他的每一次出现都让歌迷陷入疯狂,他的每一张演出——都是让人下巴脱落的奇迹,就像他第一次秀出太空步那样。

 

[摩城唱片25周年庆片段播放]

 

《滚石》杂志的布莱恩·西哈特:他或许既是走出舞台又是从舞台上起飞。这绝不是什么骗局。哪怕你现在看到这一幕,它依然让你震惊。这是历史上最伟大的电视表演,对任何人来说都是这样。

 

[切到摩城唱片25周年太空步表演,慢放]

 

克里斯:多年以后,自然我们会想知道:迈克尔·杰克逊依然能跳出所有这些舞步吗?喔,是的,他说他能。

 

迈克尔:是的,而且我还在扩大领域……人们有时会看到我做的一些事情,然后说,“你怎么不把这个让全世界的人看看?人们都不知道你能做到这些!”那么,也许我将来会的。

 

[切到《黑或白》(Black or White)的片段]

 

克里斯:他的困境已经被很好的记录了,但是最重要的是,杰克逊的音乐留住了他的歌迷团体。而新一代艺人又能清晰地感觉到他的影响力……比如新兴的明星克里斯·布朗(Chris Brown)。

 

[切到贾斯汀·汀姆布莱克(Justin Timberlake)和克里斯·布朗的片段]

 

克里斯·布朗:我个人来说,我很小的时候就是他的粉丝,所以我能够听他的歌曲,并从他的舞蹈中获得灵感,就像他的音乐驱使我更加具有创造性一样。

 

克里斯:杰克逊说他自己也是他们的粉丝。

 

迈克尔:有一些年轻艺人——我认为克里斯 Brown非常棒,还有Timberlake。我真的很欣赏他们在做的事情。

 

克里斯:在你惊人的40多年的事业生涯中,有什么事情是你牺牲掉了的呢?

 

迈克尔:许多辛苦的工作牺牲掉了你的时间和你的安排——你的童年。为了这个媒介放弃了你的生活。

 

[切到迈克尔小时候的画面]

 

克里斯:杰克逊说他想要给他的孩子们一个他从未有过的童年。

 

克里斯:你想要让他们和你一样被养大吗?就是很早就进入演艺圈什么的?或者你只想说,“噢,别急,好好享受你们的童年”?

 

迈克尔:我会让他们尽可能地享受他们的童年。我真的在这样做——我让他们去游戏厅,我让他们去看电影,以及做一切好玩的事。我认为这是自然而然的,我想要他们做那些我不曾做过的事情。

 

克里斯:这对你来说一定意味很多,让你能看着你的孩子可以做你不曾能做的事情,是吧?

 

迈克尔:是的,当我看到他们玩耍得很开心时,我就会非常情绪化——当他们在娱乐设施上欢叫,当他们高兴,当他们四处跑的时候。这都让我情绪化。

 

[《真棒》(Bad)片段播出]

 

克里斯:但杰克逊依然是这个时代最难以捉摸的流行明星,……难以捉摸到可以避免让一个专门追踪每个人年龄的组织不能找到他的踪影。

 

克里斯:你知道,当大多数人年满五十岁的时候,美国退休人员协会(AARP)就会找到他们,并给他们发一张AARP卡——你已经收到AARP卡了吗?

 

迈克尔:(笑)据我所知还没有。

 

克里斯:你不知道,不管你在哪里他们都能找到你。

 

主持人箩宾: (笑)我确信他很快就会接到电话。克里斯,我知道你还问了他一些其他问题,但我们现在没法与大家分享了,但你是否问过他愿意跟哪些已经不再与我们同在的人庆祝生日呢?

 

克里斯:是的——我们问了他是否愿意和任何现在已经过世的人分享他人生的这次里程碑,他列出了三个名字——弗雷德·阿斯泰尔(Fred Astaire)、金·凯利(Gene Kelly)和詹姆斯·布朗。三个明显大大影响了他人生的人物。

 

箩宾: (微笑)我知道詹姆斯·布朗一定在天上看着他。谢谢你克里斯。

 

[结束]

 

 

 

 

英文原稿抄录:

 

 

Robin: But now, our exclusive interview with Michael Jackson who turns 50 today. Our correspondent, for all things cultural, Chris Connelly spoke to the pop icon on the phone about the ups and downs of his life, career, his future..and Chris, I heard it was a surprising conversation. Do tell!

Chris: Yeah..kind of surreal to be talking to Michael Jackson, especially over the phone in a voice that faded in and out like a radio station when you're driving in a car somewhere. He said he'd take questions about his career and so that's what we talked about..that, and turning the big 5-0.

[Thriller, Victory & Motown 25 footage shown]

Chris: Still one of the biggest stars in the world and one of the most private. On the eve his 50th birthday, Michael Jackson gave us a rare interview.

Chris Connelly: How do you plan to celebrate your 50th birthday?

Michael: Oh, I'll just have some cake with my children and we'll probably watch some cartoons.

Chris: Facing a personal milestone that finds many people looking back, Jackson is focused on the future which he thinks is brighter than ever.

Chris: Looking back on your career Michael, what would you have done differently?

Michael: I am still looking forward to doing a lot of great things, so that's hard-I think the best is yet to come in my true humble opinion.

[Jackson 5 footage is shown]

Chris: Well that would take some doing. Consider the electrifying start of his career in 1969 as the eleven-year old front man for the Jackson 5, serving up the catchiest tunes in Motown history with singing and dancing skills that seemed almost unearthly.

[More Jackson 5 footage is shown. A clip of young Michael is shown, being asked who he started listening to, to develop his style. "James Brown," he responds.]

[Cut to picture of Michael with James Brown at the BET awards]

Chris: 4 decades later, seems his taste hasn't changed that much.

[On the phone..]

Michael: I am just watching a little James Brown show right now.

Chris: Is that right?

Michael: I love James Brown. Yes.

Chris: As successful as he was with his brothers in the Jackson 5, Michael's career and his sub sequential celebrity exploded when he went solo, leading to he says "the best days of his life."
[Cuts to footage of the 84 Pepsi Commercial]

Chris: As you look back on 50 years in your career at what point in your career do you think you were the happiest?

Michael: The happiest? The recording of the Thriller and Off the Wall albums. That meant very much to me and seemed to be received so beautifully by the public and the world. You know, I enjoyed it very much.

[Cut to Off the Wall footage]

Chris: While Off the Wall was a huge debut, Thriller would become the biggest success in music history and redefine the landscape of Pop.

[Cut to Thriller footage]

Brian Hiatt from Rolling Stone Magazine: It sold estimated as many as 100 million copies worldwide. Every household in America, maybe every household worldwide had to have a copy of Thriller. Um..kids wanted to dress like him, dance like him, be him.

[Billie Jean and Beat It footage is shown]

Chris: Thriller spawned mega-hits like Billie Jean and Beat It which videos MTV and elsewhere kicked down the doors separating black and while artists.

[The Way You Make Me Feel, footage is shown]

Chris: By the mid 80s, Jackson was every inch the "Thriller," his every appearance setting off a frenzy of fan adulation, his every performance - a jaw dropping marvel, like when he first busted out The Moonwalk.

[Motown 25 footage is shown]

Brian Hiatt, Rolling Stone Magazine: He might as well as walked out and flew off the stage. It was one of those things that isn't hyped up. Even when you watch it now, it's astonishing. It is one of the greatest televised performances ever, by anyone. [Cut to Motown 25's Moonwalk slowed down]

Chris: Decades later, it's fair to wonder: Can Michael Jackson still do all that? Oh yes he can, he says.

Michael: Yes because I am expanding a lot of the avenues..people some of the things I do and say "Why don't you show this to the world? People don't know you do these things!" Well, maybe I will.

[Cut to Black or White footage]

Chris: His difficulties have been well documented but through it all, Jackson's music retains its legions of fans. And of a new generation that has clearly felt his influence..like budding teen star Chris Brown.

[Cut to footage of Justin Timberlake and Chris Brown]

Chris Brown: Me personally, I've been a fan of his since I was younger so me being able to listen to him and be inspired by his dancing as well as his music actually drives me to be more creative.

Chris: Jackson says he's a fan too.

Michael: Some of the younger newer artists- I think Chris Brown is doing wonderful and Timberlake. I really admire what they are doing.

Chris: Is there anything you sacrificed by having amazing career, 40 years and counting?

Michael: A lot of hard work sacrificing your time and your scheduling - your childhood. Giving up your life for the medium.

[Cut to pictures of Michael as a child]

Chris: Jackson says he wants to give his kids the kind of childhood they never had.

Chris: Would you like them to have the same kind of upbringing you did in terms of getting into show business at an early age? Or do you want to say "Whoa, take a moment. Enjoy your childhood."

Michael: I am letting them enjoy their childhood as much as possible. I really do - I let them go to the arcade and go the movies and do things. I think that comes naturally, I want them to get to do the things I didn't get to do.

Chris: It must mean a lot to you to be able to see your kids be able to do things you weren't able to do, huh?

Michael: Yeah I get pretty emotional when I see them having a wonderful time - when they are on a ride and they are screaming and they are happy and they are running. It makes me emotional.

[Bad footage shown]

Chris: Still Jackson remains the most elusive pop star of his time..elusive enough to have avoided the one organization that seems to have track down everyone his age.

Chris: You know when most people turn 50, the AARP find them and sends them an AARP card - have you gotten an AARP card in the mail?

Michael: (laughs) Not that I know of.

Chris: You never know they can find you wherever you are.

Robin: (laughs) I'm sure he'll be getting a call very soon, Chris. I know you were able to ask him some other questions that we weren't able to share with people but you did ask him who he would want celebrate his birthday with even people that are no longer with us?

Chris: Yeah - we asked if he could have anyone around that is no longer around to share this milestone with him and he listed three names - Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and James Brown. Three huge influences on his life obviously.

Robin: (smiles) I knew James Brown would be in there somewhere. Thank you Chris.

[End of segment]

据全美广播电视台(ABC)爆炸性最新报道,流行、摇滚和灵魂音乐之王迈克尔·杰克逊(Michael Jackson)在五十岁生日的当天,独家电话连线著名节目“早安美国”,接受专访。在访问中,他说自己“很开心,很放松”。

在从加州的家里打来的电话中,他的声音有时温柔得简直听不清楚。他说今天他聆听了一些詹姆斯·布朗(James Brown)的唱片,并正在为他的五十岁生日准备。今天,他将吃一个小蛋糕,并和他的孩子一起看看卡通,然后,便要回去继续工作了。

五十岁啦,他现在拿到美国退休人员协会发的会卡了吗?

“我可不知道这个!”杰克逊说,笑了。“谁知道呢。他们随时可能找到你。”

他说他依然能跳出所有他那些著名的舞步,而且现在还能跳“更多”的新舞步。

“我感觉自己非常睿智,但同时又非常年轻,”他说。

回顾过去,杰克逊说他人生中最欢乐的时光可能是他录制他的经典专辑《颤栗》(Thriller)和《疯狂》(Off the Wall)的时候。这两张专辑把他送上了名气的巅峰。

“它们对我来说意味良多,而且看起来它们也被大众和世界美丽地接受了,”他说,“我非常高兴。”

当被问到是否能选出一首歌曲来代表他最伟大的成就时,杰克逊又再度回到了当年。

“哦,老兄,这真难选择,”他说,接下来,他选出了《天下一家》(We Are the World)和《比莉·琼》(Billie Jean)和《颤栗》(Thriller),并补充说“还有很多”。

但杰克逊并不打算沉沦在他的荣耀中。他说,“我依然希望能够做到更多伟大的事情。”

他希望能发行新的音乐,开新的巡演,但他还没有定下日期。

他说他希望在他未来的作品中,“坚持真我”,但同时他说他也“被那些伟大的艺术家们所激励”,他指出他多么希望曾经能够与布朗或弗雷德·阿斯泰尔(Fred Astaire)合作。可惜后两者都已过世。

他也在一些当红的艺人身上看到了自己的影响力,他尤其提到了克里斯·布朗(Chris Brown)。

“我一直在写歌,”他说,“我喜欢作曲和整个音乐的制作过程。但我也要养育孩子们,并享受这个过程。我还要教导他们怎么骑自行车,以及怎样阅读。我喜欢这样。”

他说他用“很多的辛勤工作”牺牲了他的童年,他记得“为了这个媒介放弃了我的生活。”

但他还会继续这样做。

“我想我还会继续的,”他说,“因为很值得。我永远热爱演艺事业,也永远乐于通过这个媒介让人们快乐。我热爱音乐、舞蹈和艺术的庆典。我就是喜欢。”

当问到他的三个孩子是否也能跳出绚烂舞步时,杰克逊说,“我不会去强迫他们。”

当被他是否愿意让他们像他这样被养育长大时,他说他宁愿让他们尽可能地“享受他们的童年”。

“我让他们去游戏厅,我让他们去看电影,去玩,”他说,“我想要他们能做所有我曾经没能做的事情。所以,我要用很多欢乐填满他们的生活。你明白吗?”

“当我看到他们玩得很开心时,我特别想哭,”他补充道,“当他们在游乐设施上欢叫时,当他们开心时候,……让我很情绪化,因为我看着他们生活得很开心。”

如果他能回到过去,那么他会给9岁或10岁的自己一点什么建议呢?他说他会建议他自己,“如果你想成功,那就要奉献自己,了解自己的才华,并真正用心,”他说还要坚强,还要有“犀牛一样厚的皮”来抵御名气带来的压力。

同时欢迎歌迷到这里发表评论:

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/MichaelJackson/story?id=5680705

(迈克尔·杰克逊中国网 by Keen 2008年8月29日)

 

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