FROM Pete Paphides
The World Mourns Michael Jackson Before he died yesterday, Michael Jackson was preparing for 50 concerts, one for every year of his life. He planned to perform them in London. But speakers of English were by no means his only fans, as we hear from Pete Paphides, chief pop music for the Times of London .
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