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Monday, 29 September 2008


She was named the queen of pop. After what I experienced last Saturday at Athens Olympic Stadium, I thought that this title does not give her justice. She is the Queen of Music. Without any doubt in my mind, not any iota of hesitation, I vote for Madonna as the top specimen of human perfection - in any area she chooses (bar acting, of course)

Madonna, at her 50s, she has a better body than most top models today, more toned triceps than any female athlete that has participated in the recent olympics, a face that would make a lot of 28-year olds rush to their dermatologist's for their first botox, a stamina that most marathon runners would envy, a voice that keeps getting better as years go by, dance moves and choreography that made you think you are part of an MTV video clip as there were a lot of physical laws defyied.
All in all, it was worth the wait since May to see her. I would love to see her again and again
She played - she performed rather as this is the better term - songs that date since my highschool years to this year's grooviest tune. She paid her respects to some of the great music trends that she subliminaly served on and off during her career: she had a romanian gupsy band playing wonderful music; she let her band perform on Eurythmics' sweet dreams transforming their infamous electronica beginning to what can become the most-time enduring dance anthem; she danced duets with Justin Timberlake and her good friend Britney Spears who appeard on the giant screens behind her. She hip-hopped most of her old pop songs, she folked her dancier tunes, and she rocked the place up during the last half hour where she appeared with her electric guitar, in a Slash-hat (only pnk-white insted of Guns'n'Roses guitarist fave black) to what I am hoping pre-announces the Queen's next transformation to a rock Goddess. And behind all these, there was this ever so uplifting sound of an electronic baseline that absolutely kept serotonine levels sky high

She has made me, in one night, reconsider my beliefs about royalty and worship Her Grace. Ave Madonna!


george g, said...

Great posting! Wonderful story. Professional pictures considering.

elwyn said...

Hi Zeta, yes, great post, but when you say that " She paid her respects to some of the great music trends that she subliminaly served on and off during her career", is this a nice way of saying that she has never done anything very original and has made a career out of copying others - 80s pop, disco, hip hop etc. Sorry, only asking.....

Zeta Tsatsani said...

hhaa:-) she was a teenager early 80s...she has the same influence we did.
I think her originality lies in the fact that she is a chameleon. that she can play anything with the same ease

elwyn said...

no, I'm strongly in favour of her chameleon musical career (though to be a rock goddess, won't she first have to learn to play an instrument?) since it lessens the risk of her appearing in any more of her hubbie's dire movies.

Zeta Tsatsani said...

Elwyn, I am with you there

Anonymous said...

great concert and very nice pictures Zeta.
You are shooting like a pro.

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