Extensive revisions at Bruce Baron’s ”Unreleased Madonna Songs” listing
The Unreleased Madonna Songs listing at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, has recently been extensively updated, greatly expanding the entries, the links, credit details and descriptions.
Bruce Baron himself has prepared this list of featured highlights for our readers’ reference, so that everybody interested can be aware that the following info is part of this update:
• The documented evidence of Madonna as being the sole author of “Physical Attraction” almost two years before Reggie Lucas was unexplainably assigned that claim.
• Expanded descriptions and partial lyrics to unreleased songs like “We Live In A House“, “Warning Signs“, “Shame“, “Jitterbug” and many others taken from my original year 2000 notes from Bruce’s visit to the US Copyright office.
• The full track listing to the “Rain” album (as titled by the US copyright office) with song titles plus dates and song length (where available) taken from the notes of Bruce’s visual inspection of the actual copyright tapes submitted by Shep Pettibone.
• The documented evidence that “Everybody” was originally a co-write with Stephen Bray.
• The documented alternate title name for the “Wonderland” TV Theme which is also the Italian word for “Airy”.
• The Arabic language female voice sampled in “Erotica” and “The Beast Within” is not Islamic in nature as most fans believe.
Check it out at the Unreleased Madonna Songs listing at Wikipedia and click on the Full Article link below for some methodology notes about Bruce’s work.
Special thanks to Bruce Baron.
The Unreleased Madonna Songs listing at Wikipedia is a “living” master list started by Bruce Baron about a year ago. It also accepts submissions from the public which are not always correct, detailed or properly documented as requested in the guidelines. Sometimes others catch it up when Bruce fall behind. While there may be occasional errors and vandalism, it is also “self correcting” with time and opens the door to many sources for fan reference. There are several rumored items listed originating from fan discussion forums that need to be documented, eventually removed or sent to the debunk list on the same page. When Bruce sees these listed, he uses them for research purposes until fact or fiction status can be better determined.