Film-maker Patrick Nation's film tells the extraordinary story behind the 1978 chart hit Blame It on the Boogie. The disco anthem was performed by two Michael Jacksons: the one who wrote it, Michael Jackson from Yorkshire; and the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson. In 1978 the two versions, Jackson v Jackson, battled it out in the charts. The press called it The Battle of the Boogie.
Mick's son Sam Peter Jackson, who was born in that year, travels to his father's farm in Germany to find out what went on behind the scenes when Mick and Michael went head to head. Mick recalls how he nearly lost the deal because legendary producer Sylvester Levay wasn't initially keen on Boogie. And before Mick's version was released, the song somehow passed into the hands of US superstars The Jackson Five, who decided to bring out their own version.
It marked a turning point in their musical career, while simultaneously striking a death blow to Mick's.