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Michael Jackson: The Making Of The King Of Pop

Michael Goldberg, Rolling Stone, 9 January 1992

THE SEVEN DWARFS are singing. Their voices are floating out of speakers hidden among the trees and lush flora surrounding Michael Jackson's mansion in Neverland Valley — his 2700-acre, $22 million oasis in the Santa Ynez Valley, an hour north of Santa Barbara, California. "Michael's very own Xanadu," as his friend director John Landis puts it.

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