The 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Michael Jackson, Inc.
Learned The Game From Paul McCartney
Before ever purchasing anyone’s catalog, Michael Jackson learned the art of buying publishing from the man whose catalog he’d eventually own — Paul McCartney. The Beatles’ songwriter showed Jackson as a young performer the computer printout of all the songs that he bought. This was the catalyst that started Jackson on a path to owning works by Gamble and Huff and others.