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I'm Breathless (Music From And Inspired By The Film Dick Tracy) (LP, Album). I'm Breathless (Music From And Inspired By The Film Dick Tracy) (CD, Album, Club).
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Released May 22, 1990. I’m Breathless Tracklist. 1. He's A Man Lyrics. I’m Breathless Q&A.
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Madonna was followed by Like a Virgin (1984) and True Blue (1986). From then on she released a series of successful albums, including the Grammy Award winners Ray of Light (1998) and Confessions on a Dance Floor (2005). Actor Mandy Patinkin recorded songs with Madonna for the soundtrack album, I'm Breathless. Stephen Sondheim wrote two songs on I'm Breathless: "Sooner or Later" and "What Can You Loose". Lenny Kravitz was one of the co-writers on "Justify My Love".
On May 22, 1990 Madonna released I'm Breathless, a studio album that is often seen as the soundtrack of Dick Tracy. However, only three songs are actually from the movie: More, Sooner Or Later and What Can You Lose, which are written by Stephen Sondheim and produced by Madonna and Bill Bottrell. The other songs are "inspired by" the film Dick Tracy and all written and produced by Madonna and Patrick Leonard. Since the sound of all the tracks is very similar - all retro cabaret-jazz with an ironic twist - it's a very conceptual album.