Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough: Alright, now if you don't know this song, you must be living under a rock, as this is one of MJ's most popular singles. Was just dancing to this the other night in the club - it's a classic. I love this song, and the video is even better, all glittery and shit (70s to the fuckin max). One thing I find pretty funny about this song is the fact that you can barely understand what he's saying unless you're really paying attention, but I think that's part of it's appeal. This groove is so disco funky, you can't help but get down. I think the strings are the best part of the groove, but I don't know if you can actually pinpoint a "best" part of this groove. Now I just wanna dance.
Rock With You: This actually might be my favorite MJ song. I'm fairly certain it is. I can recognize this song anywhere just off the opening drum fill, and I know the whole song like the back of my hand. The groove on this one is absolutely insane - you can't help but move. The harmonies on this one are so sweet and add such a great fullness to the vocals. Love the horns. Love the faint snaps. Gotta love a good key change. My god, MJ was talented. This song is absolutely flawless. If you don't like this song, you don't have a soul...or you just have really terrible taste in music, and therefore should not be reading this blog.
Workin' Day and Night: This is a MJ song I'm not super familiar with. Definitely heard it, but I don't know it front to back like I do with the first two tracks. Love the dance groove on this - he did that so well. Man, the horns on this are ridiculous!!! Some crazy hits, especially towards the end - I love that they parallel the vocal melody. I love how minimal the guitar line is on this - it's all about the keys and the horns. The slight effect on his voice works really well with the groove. Quincy Jones is a straight master. Man, I need to go boogie now - this music's got me all riled up n shit.