Siedah Garrett and The Agape International Choir’s Tribute to Michael Jackson

Jul 5, 2009 · 1985 views

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Soul diva Siedah Garrett sings the song she wrote for Michael Jackson “Man in the Mirror” with L.A.’s Agape International Choir


  1. RcktMan says:

    Oh my God!!!! I feel like I’ve died, gone to heaven, and been brought back to life by an angelic choir. That was simply AMAZING!!!!! Thank you for sharing that Fausto!!!!

  2. mary. says:

    my goodnes, siedah is fierce!

  3. Wow you wrote the church and they posted this because of your request? That is so cool Fausto!

    • Well thats what they TOLD me, I’m sure a lot of people asked for this video, but were probably intimated to ask. I just said- can you PLEASE post it? For me? Pretty please. When I posted it it had only 80 views, so I was the first blogger to break this one. Me!

      Sometimes all you have to do is ask. Siedah’s performance really moved me. As much as MJ brough magic and popularized the song (and the message) it’s sometimes really wonderful to hear the songwriter perform her own song, especially in this context. The raw emotion is powerful, and quiets the cynic inside me.

      I’ve heard of how people who got tickets to MJ’s funeral are giving them to the die-hard fans who were left out. Human kindness prevails once again.

  4. RcktMan says:

    I would TOTALLY go to that church. Music like that TRULY lifts up the soul.

    And Seidah is amazing… I’m with you… I want to be her friend. She’s wonderful!

  5. Leon says:

    I love love love this song.

  6. For me, the choir is the first thing i would consider if i go to a church. If the music is good, it definitely can convey more messages than people’s speeches. Well, i live closer to that church than you Fausto, but not close enough.

  7. Tina says:

    Hi gents, First off LOVE the podcast! Secondly, I belong to Agape International Spiritual Center. The choir is ALWAYS remarkable and they are a treat to have as part of our community. The entire Center is the most diverse and supportive spiritual community that I’ve ever been a part of. It’s a tribute to Rev Michael Beckwith’s belief that we are all One – gay, straight, black, white, whatever. It’s all good – and all God.

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