Fresh from the backlash that received by simply overloading the public with her SEX persona, you think that Madonna would retreat and apologized. No, she didn’t, instead she just created a template for all apologetic bitches out there. With BEDTIME STORIES, she castigated the public for being hypocrites and practicing double standard when it comes to everything she represented with SEX, MONEY, POWER, WEALTH, POPULARITY, among others. People and even loyal fans were not keen on accepting her ideas as they wanted her to apologize for the SEX overload.
She gave the public Bedtime Stories as her “Sense and Sensibilities” take on just everything that she was accused of not only during the SEX era but from the start of her career. BEDTIME STORIES album is actually a brilliant album and to prove my point here is a link on an album review revisiting this great album from Madonna twenty years after.
Here’s an excerpt.
“‘Bedtime Stories’: A Return to the Arms of Unconsciousness with Madonna
As Mary von Aue pointed out in her own exploration of the album during its 20th anniversary two years ago, Bedtime Stories likely isn’t the first album that comes to mind when Madonna’s name arises in conversation. (And if her name doesn’t arise, you need new friends.)
A jukebox of generation-defining classics queues up instead: “Vogue.” “Lucky Star.” “Like A Virgin.” “Music.” “Like A Prayer.” “Ray of Light.” “Hung Up.” “Open Your Heart.” “Holiday.” “Express Yourself.” But “Secret”? “Sanctuary”? “Bedtime Story”? Unlikely.
And yet, Bedtime Stories is one of her greatest albums. It might, actually, be the best. Secretly.
You can read the full article on this link http://www.muumuse.com/2016/08/bedtime-stories-madonna-album-revisit.html/
Here are some videos from Bedtime Stories