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  1. Maddyone

    Well Tony put her in piano class as a kid and Dan Gilroy stated she used to play the organ, I think either Pat or Steve has said she played around with keyboard during the LAP album.
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    I think it's a bad idea, esp since the movie has the year 1984, which will have the haters saying the last time Madonna was relevant and jumping on the back of someone younger to make herself relevant again....bad bad bad idea
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    Bruce Baron was able to hear it via the library of congress. Opening intro as "I see danger up ahead", "Warning (echo), Warning (echo)". Chorus is "Warning I see danger up ahead. I can see it in your eyes, and it's really no surprise. Because, I can see your warning signs".
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    The girl has broad shoulders or is hunchback...Madonna was "chubby" or zaftik but that's not her. Plus only fake pearls and white lace glove...look at all the jewelry she wore at the time, cut outs, bra showing and that's what she wore lol. This is just like that picture of Elvis that claims to have Madonna in the background for's not her!
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    I’m waiting for Madonna & AB Soto mashup with his song Cha Cha Bitch
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    I thought that HBO/Hamish shot an earlier DWT show as well, I think it was one of the London shows as try out so to speak.
  7. I wonder if these are some of the songs Pat left behind in his rent-a-car. I love the demos and I think it's amazing inside look before William joined the party. The babyface songs have the late 90's sound. My only problem is a few of the tracks sound like her vocals are pitched higher than normal. I don't know if that's on purpose or not, esp. Nothing Really Matters
  8. Am I the only one who notice her roots seem to be growing out much more than before? Her natural hair color is almost the whole top of her head.
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    1956 - Milton H. Green a.k.a. "The Black Sitting"
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    I think if Erika Bell, Chris Ciccone, Maripol, Stephen, Gilroy Brothers, Jellybean, Debi Mazar, ect where behind the telling of the Madonna movie then I'd be all game for it. Madonna likes to twist/turn certain events in her history and I want the real real not what she is worried about being seen in a certain way. Her antics when she first started out is legendary, from Michael Musto claiming she stole another bands jacket, walking around music business parties in pajamas asking people if they knew who she was because she's going to be huge star, and local radio DJ here said that he went backstage to meet her for the Virgin tour and she was screaming about a missing hairbrush and wouldn't go on until it was found. That's what I want to see, the real human Madonna, who looked at the cute Puerto Rican guy across the street and wrote Into The Groove or sitting first class on an airplane and writes Vogue. Show me that not some Kabbalah lovefest movie
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    I think that Guy O has been pushy with her since the Live Nation deal to crack albums out. Confession was great Madonna written album, MDNA & Rebel Heart to me seem like rush jobs. There was glimmers of Madonna's writing but no full blown Madonna moments. I'm not by any terms knocking Madonna's talents, you don't stay famous this long without talent. Beyonce to me is overhyped, writes with numerous individuals, i want a solo written Beyonce album. Cutting credit goes back to Elvis days, that Elvis wouldn't cover a song unless he got rights to writing. Which is why Dolly Parton turned down him covering "I Will Always Love You", she refused Colonel Tom Parker half the publishing rights deal.
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    Justify My Love was originally written and recorded by Ingrid Chavez and Lenny Kravitz: he and producer André Betts composed the music while Chavez penned the lyrics based on a poem she had written for Kravitz, and read them aloud. Kravitz added the title hook and chorus to the demo while Madonna corrected one line. Chavez was not credited for the song and later sued Kravitz in 1992: she received an out-of-court settlement, and gained a co-writing credit for her work. P.S. it's already been made known the version on youtube is not the demo...see page 1 of this thread
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    If you change a word of a song you should get writing credit. I remember Cher saying she changed a few words on Believe but she is listed nowhere on the credits, it's truly a shame if that's true. I remember a quote from Stephen Bray on Madonna, that she wouldn't sing/record anything unless it had her name on it, he was talking about if that's Madonna singing on Lies In Your Eyes by Level 1 thats been passed around for years as her.
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    Yeah it was Lenny who added the music and turned the poem into the song which he then presented to Madonna, she had no idea about Ingrid until she was sued.