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  1. Jackie

    wow. I am shocked. I didn't know him, but he was instrumental in helping Madonna and so many others promote their music. He played a massive part in helping her achieve all those No. 1's on the club play chart.
  2. Jackie

    ha I don't have them, but they are around, that's how the 'instrumental' was created and shared.
  3. Jackie

    So true. Although the full multi track sound board recording of Live Earth is and has been doing the rounds for years. I think it's 92 tracks by memory.
  4. Jackie

    I think both would be great - the full performance and a bonus 60minute documentary!
  5. Jackie

    and yet our premier of my state in Australian (New South Wales) came out and said she expects the mortality rate here to be 0.4%. I also read another journal study that said the rate was between about 0.4 and 2 or so %. But that depends on the quality of the health care. While COVID is not as serious as other diseases, as has been said, it's very contagious and spreads fast. That fast spread overburdens the health care system, and so quality of care dimities and people die :/
  6. Jackie

    I have said this a number of times to friends. If Madonna were to start out today, she'd have bukley chances. She was very very fortunate and very smart. She started her career where the industry was less saturated and at a time when the music video was just starting out. It was also before the internet of things happened, so she was able to find music that was big underground and make it mainstream - now all music is mainstream. But, what is hype these days, are other artists, most of the current artists that are charting at the moment are big not because the music is different or innovative, not because of the message, just because of who they are. In fact, there isn't anything that can be done in music these days it's all been done. There are no more boundaries to push, it's been done. The only boundary is age now, and Madonna appears to be fighting an uphill battle against. She isn't less successful these days, it's just that her fan base is older, less likely to stream content and so her streaming is not good and when charts are geared towards streaming - she hasn't got much of a chance.
  7. Jackie

    True, same! The remixes though for me have given it new life.
  8. Jackie

    I wonder if she'll drop and fart - like Rock M. Sakura lol.
  9. Jackie

    Yea true! OH well, only she knows the truth But, being a perfectionist, she probably hasn't been happy completely with any tour lol
  10. Jackie

    Although, there were some great tracks off both! Vogue - Breathless - Secret & Human Nature - BS - Well in my opinion lol Plus we got the cool velvet BS promo digipack - the pink vinyl, the first ever dan-o-rama remix videos - I think it was the first time an artist did remix videos, literally remixing the 'video' with unseen footage etc.
  11. Jackie

    Nah, I am fine with it. I saw her TOAC in Melbourne - that was amazing, just her, the guitar, multiple takes of a song - it was great! I just have a feeling going by what has been said, that she wasn't entirely happy with the finished product. Obviously, with her knee injury, I bet she is looking forward to just finishing it!
  12. Jackie

    I think Madonna feels the same way about the tour finally nearly over. I don't think she is at all happy with how the tour went from the start to the finish. I don't think she was 100% happy with how it looked creatively either.
  13. Jackie

    She sure does, and to think she is 72 is amazing! Sure she doesn't do wild dancing, but I am not expecting someone at 72 to do wild dancing!
  14. Jackie

    lol yep and hence why she can do back to back shows, and be touring for 2 years almost lol. I think it's fine, I love Cher, I saw her Here We Go Again tour, and it was amazing!
  15. Jackie

    So sounds like she has torn her meniscus: A common injury in which forceful twisting causes certain tissue in the knee to tear. Treatable by a medical professional Requires a medical diagnosis Lab tests or imaging often required Medium-term: resolves within months A meniscus tear occurs in the rubbery knee cartilage that cushions the shinbone from the thighbone. The meniscus can tear with forceful twisting or rotation of the knee. Pain, swelling, stiffness and difficulty extending the knee are symptoms. Treatment includes rest, ice, pain relievers and physiotherapy. Less commonly, surgery may be required.