MrLeonix wrote:Yes I have. What I said is that for the Orbit tracks she didn't have much musical input. I wasn't talking about the other Nowels tracks she did.
This is one of the original 13 tracks William Orbit created and sent to Madonna. It's very very far from the finished "Candy Perfume Girl" on the CD. In fact it is a very basic instrumental, without melodies to be sung. How could Madonna write ONLY lyrics to this kind of instrumental?MrLeonix wrote:Also there are entire albums she didn't have as much musical input as most fans believe, for example for "Ray of light" her contribution was just lyrical (which is great BTW) but she didn't have any input in the music, melodies, and sound for most of the ROL album, all the music, instrumentals, production and melodies were done and ready before she even started recording, William Orbit sent her a tape with 13 tracks with instrumentals and music ready she didn't have to do anything musically-wise, she would just fit lyrics over the music and brilliant sound that was already created and composed for her.
Next one, this is the demo for "Drowned World".
Does it have the same melodies as we hear on the album version? Sounds very much finished, doesn't it?
William was like: Okay Madonna, this song is done, put your lyrics and sing it!
So, no no, Madonna contributed a lot to Ray of Light, melodically and lyrically.
Williams hugely contributed to the album's "sounds"... oh sorry, it's indeed his sound, not Madonna's.