Thursday, March 23, 2017

Madonna – Vogue (Sire)

From the release of her debut-album back in 1983 and even fore as a backing performer, Madonna has never ceased reinventing herself when not countless facets contemporary music givin’ them a unique Pop feel.
Iaken from her 1990 released ‘I’m Breathless (Music from and Inspired by the film Dick Tracy)’ soundtrack album, this 116 bpm monsterjam produced by Shep Pettibone (Janet Jackson) all of a sudden put NYC Vogue-like dancing phenomena – as inspired by poses photographed on the famous French mag of the likes – into the mainstream culture (alongside the late Malcolm McLaren‘s ‘Deep In Vogue’ to a lesser extend). The reason why? Probably because, to many, it would stand as the missing link between Disco, while incorporating elements from MFSB‘s ‘Love Is The Message’ and The Salsoul Orchestra‘s ‘Love Break (Ooh I Love It)’ and House Music.
Erick Henderson of Slant Magazine explaining back in 2009 that the song “was instrumental in allowing Disco revivalism to emerge, allowing the denigrated gay genre to soar once again within the context of House Music, the genre Disco becoming in its second life…”

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