"[5] Bryan Lark of The Michigan Daily picked the song and "Frozen" as "the album's best two tracks", noting that both proved that "[Madonna] still likes to get into the groove, explaining why this a techno album and not part of the 'Mood' series. [24], Rachel Brodsky of Spin remarked that both "The Power of Good-Bye" and "Frozen" were able to "cement the mainstream crossover of a dance culture once relegated to illegal basement parties". [3], —Guillermo Alonso from Vanity Fair during a ranking of Madonna's singles. [35], In countries like Austria, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Scotland, Spain and Switzerland "The Power of Good-Bye" was able to reach the top 10. 305 Vikuna 8.1. "[5] In the United States, the song was the album's third single, available from September 22, 1998 in a two-track format. The songwriter was in New York for the Grammy Awards, and during a shopping expedition in Barneys, he met Madonna. 17.07.2013 - American Bison are so cool, coming out of the mist created by warm thermal water underground at Yellowstone National Park in the winter. this is a very pretty song and it sounded even better live when she was on MTV for "Madonna: ON STAGE AND ON THE RECORD" in 2003. i'm sure you'll be able to find that performance at Limewire or Ares. [4], According to the sheet music published at Musicnotes.com by Alfred Publishing, the song is written in the key of G minor and is set in time signature of common time with a tempo of 115 beats per minute. [8] As the second chorus starts, they arrive in front of the screen where Timbaland is singing. Pick us up.” Following the release of her tenth studio album, Confessions on a Dance Floor (2005), Madonna wanted to record more dance music. Find more ways into the event you love with Ticketmasterâ s worry-free fan-to-fan verified ticket marketplace. "[17] Andy Gill of The Independent called "4 Minutes" one of Hard Candy's saviors. [7] In the rest of Europe, the latter was included on the single releases as a B-side. [10] Timbaland's bhangra beats are featured at the start and the end of the song. It also became the seventh-highest debut of her career. The song was released as the fourth single from the album on September 22, 1998, being additionally distributed as a double A-Side single in the United Kingdom with "Little Star". Madonna and Timberlake enter a house but run away from it after finding the screen there, which starts eating the hands and legs of the inhabitants of the house, thus showing their insides. [30][31] Almost five months after its release, "4 Minutes" was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for sales of two million paid digital downloads. Madonna's vocals range from G3 to C5 and the song follows a basic sequence of Fm–D♭–A♭–E♭ as its chord progression. [34], In the United Kingdom, the song had better chart placement. "[17] Greg Kot of the Chicago Tribune felt that the "rapturous sweep of '[The] Power of Good-Bye' [proves that] Madonna has succeeded where all of her pop peers have failed: She's made not just street-smart disco, but smart pop. So are we. In the episode, the song is performed during a routine by the high-school cheering squad, accompanied by the school band. When I opened up the session of '4 Minutes', there was so much going on that I knew right away that the hard part would be to make sure that the vocals would cut through and were right in the pocket. 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[4] Other musical instruments used are foghorns and cow bells. John Dingwall from Daily Record noted that Madonna "struggled" on delivering the performance, as she seemed nervous. In the song, Madonna sings about the beautiful island of San Pedro, where she longs to be. [50][51] "4 Minutes" was also number one on Billboard's European Hot 100 Singles for four weeks. 7 Likes, 0 Comments - Campus News | Student Paper (@campus_news) on Instagram: “#Manhattan We’re still standing. Low prices across earth's biggest selection of books, music, DVDs, electronics, computers, software, apparel & accessories, shoes, jewelry, tools & hardware, housewares, furniture, sporting goods, beauty & personal care, groceries & just about anything else. Meanwhile, "Fabien's Good God Mix" is described as "an electronic, tripped-out, drum'n'bass-heavy mix which keeps the integrity of the original song", Promis noted. [56] "The Power of Good-Bye" was also one of the few singles that Madonna has performed on the BBC program Top of the Pops, which aired seven days later. It also commonly means virtue, perfection, and purity. "4 Minutes" received positive reviews from music critics, who called it a busy dance track and complimented its music, which was compared to that of a marching band. [3] Three songs from their sessions were selected for the final track list, "The Power of Good-Bye", "Little Star" and "To Have and Not to Hold". [35][36] It became Madonna's 36th best-selling single in that country and in May 2018 was certified Silver by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). Listing the clip at number 23 on their countdown of "Madonna's 55 Best Videos", Louis Virtel from The Backlot said that the singer looked "startlingly gorgeous, and her throes of agony at video's end occur in only the loveliest, bluest light. [4][48], The video shows Madonna and Višnjić playing chess and ultimately the singer destroying the chess board, symbolizing an end to their relationship. [31] According to Jose F. Promis of AllMusic, what kept the song from reaching the top 10 was because "[its maxi CD], unfortunately, never saw the light of day in the U.S."[6] "The Power of Good-Bye" was present for a total of 19 weeks on the Hot 100. [57] However, Eric Wilson from the same newspaper commented that the video did not yield a breakout Madonna look compared to her videos from the 1980s. [5][11], According to Rikky Rooksby, author of The Complete Guide to the Music of Madonna, "The Power of Good-Bye" begins with a four-chord arpeggio sequence. [6] In the United Kingdom, "The Power of Good-Bye" was distributed as a double A-side with "Little Star". See more ideas about university of scranton, presidents, scranton. She also cited the song as the inspiration for the documentary I Am Because We Are (2008). Listen live on your radio or download the free Capital XTRA app. [57] On November 23, 1998, she appeared on the Spanish RTVE show A La Carta and performed "The Power of Good-Bye", along with her European single, "Drowned World/Substitute for Love". The song became Madonna's first top-ten single since "Hung Up" (2005), and was her 37th Hot 100 top-ten hit, breaking the record previously held by Elvis Presley. Also, Axwell and Ingrosso appear sharing the same situation. [35], In Canada, Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems (BDS) confirmed that "4 Minutes" debuted at the top of the Canadian Contemporary Hit Radio chart. In: Alber, Erdmute, Bettina Beer, Julia Pauli und Michael Schnegg (Hg. [63] As Timbaland appeared on the video screens, the beat of the song started. Die deutsche Übersetzung von X-Static Process und andere Madonna Lyrics und Videos findest du kostenlos auf Songtexte.com. "4 Minutes" is a song by American singer Madonna from her eleventh studio album Hard Candy (2008), featuring vocals by American singers Justin Timberlake and Timbaland. The song peaked at number three on the US Billboard Hot 100, giving Madonna her 37th top-ten single, breaking the record previously held by Elvis Presley, as the artist with most top-ten hits. We basically gave the song to the two French directors [Jonas & François] and they came up with the only concept that I thought was interesting, with this black sort of amorphous graphic line slowly eating up the world. [17][18] The idea for using detachment as the inspiration for the song stemmed from Madonna's interest in Buddhist philosophy, as well as practicing Yoga. [1] A year later, following the promotion of the Evita soundtrack, she started working on Ray of Light; the album would reflect her changed perspectives about life. Doubled acoustic guitar chords give an organic vibe during the beginning of the second verse, following a brief coda. The A-side with "Little Star" debuted at number six on the UK Singles Chart, and was present for a total of 11 weeks, selling 175,095 copies as of August 2008, according to the Official Charts Company. He joined Madonna in person, for the show at Los Angeles's Dodger Stadium on November 6, 2008, the same show in which Britney Spears appeared alongside Madonna to perform "Human Nature". The song received two Grammy Award nominations for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals and Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical at the 2009 ceremony. [4] The track continues in the same momentum in the second verse and second chorus whence the track ends where every beat ceases except for Timbaland's characteristic bhangra beats, the brass riffs and Madonna singing the words "tick-tock" repeatedly, after which it ends. They remind me of dinosaurs. In the European maxi-singles, several experimental remixes of the track by Luke Slater and an additional remix by Dallas Austin, who previously worked with Madonna on her Bedtime Stories (1994) album, were included. [39][40], "4 Minutes" was also a success in Australia and New Zealand. Lyrically, the track talks about how free and empowering saying good-bye or ending a relationship can feel. The video starts with Timbaland chanting the opening line in front of a giant timer screen that counts down from four minutes. Madonna has performed the song live on several award shows and during various appearances on television but has never included it in the standard set list on tour. "[6] The mixing of the track was made at The Hit Factory studio, in Miami on a 96-channel SSL J-series desk. Nowels commended the singer on her songwriting skills, being later invited to Los Angeles for writing sessions. Whatever the case, there is no denying this moody video is one of Madge's most effective ever," he concluded. Bringing you the best of Hip Hop, Grime, RnB. [75][76], Credits and personnel adapted from Hard Candy album liner notes. An uptempo dance-pop song with an urban and hip hop style, "4 Minutes" incorporates Timbaland's characteristic bhangra beats and the instrumentation used in the song includes brass, foghorns and cowbells. Although she respected the director's vision of the clip, Madonna nevertheless wanted to be a part of the creative process of the videotaping. [44], In the United Kingdom, "4 Minutes" debuted on the UK Singles Chart at number seven. [68] "4 Minutes" was also used as mashups during the performance of songs like "Vogue" and "Hung Up". Its blue-green tinted music video was directed by Matthew Rolston in Malibu, California and features actor Goran Višnjić as her love interest. --- 2017 Frozen Cosmopolitanism: ... Zur Bedeutung von Reziprozität und Kontribution in transnationalen Familien. Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more. [12] The song also infuses computer blips and techno effect sounds,[13] which Orbit achieved by using a Korg MS-20 analog synthesizer. [45] It debuted on the airplay charts at number 19, with first week tallies of 564 plays and 27.10 million listeners. The producer explained that "[t]here's something about [the MS-20's] transient peaks that are very spiky. Regarding the video, Madonna said it was like "[g]oody goody gum drops", referring to the candy-oriented theme of the album. [10] The song has a sequence of D–G–C–F–B♭–D in the verses and E♭5–D5–C5–D5 in the chorus, as its chord progression. According to Orbit, "Most of the tracks pre-existed, so Madonna would work on vocals and lyrics at home, or driving around in her car." "[11] While ranking Madonna's singles in honor of her 60th birthday, The Guardian's Jude Rogers placed the track at number 29, calling it one of Ray of Light's "many powerful sub-aquatic electronic" ballads. The last "tick-tock, tick-tock" sound is heard, Madonna and Timberlake dance again on a long stage; the black screen approaches them from both sides. [58] Singer Miley Cyrus created her own version of the video and posted it on her YouTube channel. It's easier, because when you're done, you're done. [8] Regarding the idea behind the music video, Madonna said that "it was conceptualistic". After that I changed gears a little, and now I mostly collaborate directly with artists. —Madonna talking to Interview about the writing process. Interested in the deeper meanings of Madonna songs? [6] For Madonna and Timberlake he used SSL's dynamic range compression, and on Madonna's voice he applied "an eighth-note delay from a [Lexicon] PCM42", a reverb from Eventide H3500 for the verse, and [TC Electronic] TC3000 for the hook. After choreographed dancing, Madonna performs a back arch as the timer reaches zero. This marked the first time any song entered at the top of the CHR chart in BDS history. However, since Leonard could not delve much studio time, Madonna worked solely with Orbit. [19] Nowels described the lyrics as "stunning" and commended its confessional nature. [2], In the meantime, Madonna had written "The Power of Good-Bye" with Nowels; it was one of the nine songs they had written for the album. In total 46 tracks were used for drums and percussion and 16 stereo tracks for the bass. [10] The lyrics of "4 Minutes" carry a message of social awareness, inspired by Madonna's visit to Africa and the human suffering she witnessed. So I keep working on section after section, until I get to the end of the track and then I know the whole mix is pretty close. We can't just keep distracting ourselves we do have to educate ourselves and wake up and do something about it. But working with Madonna  [...] it was the first time I had ever written one-on-one with a great artist/writer. 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A savory assortment of enthusiasts, journalists, & developers. [1], —Nowels talking about the experience of writing the song with Madonna. At the promotional tour, "4 Minutes" was performed as the third song of the setlist. [38] By the end of the year, "4 Minutes" was the fifth best selling digital song in Canada with sales of 143,000 copies, and ranked fourth on the year-end tabulation of the Canadian Hot 100. [22] Larry Flick of Billboard praised the fact that "[Madonna] brilliantly nestles a dewy love ballad within a cutting-edge electronic pop framework." "[22] At the 51st Grammy Awards, "4 Minutes" garnered Madonna, Timberlake and Timbaland a nomination in the Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals category. Free delivery on millions of items with Prime. 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[8] Around June 1997, the singer entered the Larrabee North Studio, Universal City, California to record the album, accompanied by Orbit, an engineer and a tape operator. [16] This is emphasized in the lyrics, "Your heart is not open so I must go" as well as "Freedom comes when you learn to let go, Creation comes when you learn to say no". In a 2009 interview with Rolling Stone, Madonna said, "I don't know where that came from. You know at the same time we don't want to be boring and serious and not have fun so it's kind of like well if we're going to save the planet can we have a good time while we are doing it? "Madonna Gives Surprise Performance at Leonardo DiCaprio's Star-Studded Charity Auction: 'This Man Is a Boss! Who is your biggest style inspiration? It has "catchy" melody phrases during the verses and a synth trumpet at the end of the first chorus, as well as Armstrong's strings present in the background. [2], After issuing "Drowned World/Substitute for Love" as the album's third single worldwide,[4] "The Power of Good-Bye" was chosen to be released as the album's fourth single, since "radio programmers and diehard fans [had] long been clamoring [for it]. The song was performed during the Hard Candy Promo Tour and Sticky & Sweet Tour (2008–2009). The meaning of lilies is traced back to ancient Greece and the Madonna lily, a white lily native to the area. "[23] Authors Allen Metz and Carol Benson wrote in The Madonna Companion that the track, along with "Frozen" and "To Have and Not to Hold" from the album, formed a "dream trilogy" during which Madonna does a monologue with herself, talking about divinity. [2] According to Lucy O'Brien, author of Madonna: Like an Icon, "[Nowels] was struck by [Madonna's] lyric writing", admitting that, "It was deep, poetic and intelligent. [52] Overall, "4 Minutes" reached number one in 21 countries,[53] and sold over five million copies worldwide.[54]. [8] It incorporates the effect of a marching band,[1][4] a clanging beat and instrumentation from a brass that is played in a "scale-like riff", as described by Caryn Ganz from Rolling Stone. [30] It eventually peaked at number 11 on the week ending November 28, 1998. [28] On the Pop 100 chart, the song reached a peak of two. Considering the quantity of recorded backing tracks, Castellon's challenge was to make sure that the music did not overpower the vocals. [11] Madonna explained in New York magazine that the line "The road to hell is paved with good intentions" did not relate to her charity work. This leap was spurred by first-week digital sales of 217,000, enabling the song to enter Billboard's Digital chart at number two, behind Mariah Carey's single "Touch My Body". Castellon explained that the recording session took longer than expected. [4][55] It featured choreography by Jamie King, who worked on Madonna's Confessions, Re-Invention and Drowned World tours as well as her video for the single "Sorry" (2006). [1] Jon Pareles of The New York Times stated that "[h]owever, the song sounds as if four minutes is the time taken for a song to be a guaranteed pop hit or the time required for a quickie; in reality it is the only song from Hard Candy album which contains a message of social awareness in it." We still know the moves (unfortunately). As he sings, a black geometric patterned screen comes from behind and engulfs all of the musical devices present. He accomplished this by first mixing the vocals, then adding the music and the drums, which was an unusual method for him. Justin Timberlake made an appearance alongside Madonna, at the Roseland Ballroom in New York, to perform the song. She explained that the video was shot like a march past; "It's a movement, and we want to take everybody with us. She then goes walking by the sea, passing a man walking his dog on the beach. [45] According to Entertainment Tonight, the filming was emotional for Madonna due to the song's meaning of break-up and "love story gone wrong". Madonna responded to it in her own video and said, "All you people out there who are making videos to my new single, '4 Minutes,' keep up the good work, nice job. [4] In the video, Madonna wore a cream colored corset, glistening black boots and styled her hair in platinum blond waves while Timberlake wore mainly denims and a scarf around his neck. "[12] Regarding the line "Sometimes I feel what I need is a you intervention", Madonna explained, "[y]eah, meaning, sometimes I think you need to save me. [32] "4 Minutes" was the tenth most downloaded song in the United States in 2008 with sales of 2.37 million, according to Nielsen SoundScan,[33][34] and has sold over 3.1 million copies as of December 2016.
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