La Isla Bonita - Madonna - Flying Hits 11 (CD)

Download La Isla Bonita  - Madonna - Flying Hits 11 (CD)
Label: Flying Records Inc - CDFA 10111 • Format: CD Compilation, Unofficial Release • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Synth-pop, Pop Rock, Disco


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  1. "La Isla Bonita" was written by Madonna, Patrick Leonard and Bruce initial composition was first offered to Michael Jackson for his Bad album, but he turned it down. While working with Leonard on the True Blue album, Madonna accepted the track and wrote the lyrics and melody. " La Isla Bonita" was the first Madonna song to employ Spanish motifs, going so far as to include Spanish Genre: Pop.
  2. May 04,  · 5th Single from True Blue was released in the UK on 23 March on 7"/12"/12" Picture Disc. Most of the editions of the single incorrectly credit Stephen Bray as one of the writers of La Isla Bonita, in place of Patrick Leonard/5().
  3. Album · · 38 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. La Isla Bonita. More by Madonna. The Immaculate Collection Confessions on a Dance Floor Rebel Heart (Deluxe Version)
  4. About “La Isla Bonita” This song, originally written for Michael Jackson about the mythical island of San Pedro, was re-worked by Madonna into her first of many Latin-inspired hits.
  5. "La Isla Bonita" is noted for being the first Madonna song to have a Spanish influence in it with arrangements of Cuban drums and Spanish guitar, maracas, harmonicas and a mix of synthesized and real drumming. The lyrics of the song tell about a beautiful island and was a tribute to the beauty of the Latin people, according to Madonna. The song .
  6. The dance grooves are meatier. “Open Your Heart” is unstoppable and immediate. “La Isla Bonita” tweaks a Latin rhythm. “Where’s the Party” plays up a carefree hedonist rave. But “Live to Tell” is the ballad open for contemplation and in search of beauty.
  7. Madonna's biggest studio album comes from the peak of mid-eighties Madonna mania. True Blue featured three Number 1s – Papa Don't Preach, the title track, and La Isla Bonita – plus two iconic.
  8. True Blue is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Madonna, released on June 30, , by Sire co-wrote and produced the entire album with Stephen Bray and Patrick Leonard. True Blue deals with her visions of love, work, dreams as well as disappointments, and was inspired by her then husband Sean Penn, to whom Madonna dedicated the album.

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