The release of Madonna’s Like a Prayer demos to illegal auctions hinder her success

One of Madonna’s long-term associates has posted already unheard demos from the Like A Prayer collection on the web, trying to upset an unapproved closeout of memorabilia.

The demos for Like A Prayer, Cherish and unreleased melody Angels With Dirty Faces, recorded during a similar period before the collection was discharged in 1989, were posted by Patrick Leonard on YouTube prior this week.

Leonard is planning to stop fans offering on tapes of Madonna’s unreleased chronicles at a sale composed by the star’s previous craftsmanship guide and companion, Darlene Lutz. 

Individual things, for example, an adoration letter kept in touch with the vocalist by the late rapper Tupac Shakur while he was in jail, an “stage-worn” bra, hoops from the Desperately Seeking Susan time and a check book are likewise being sold. 

In the inscription for the Cherish demo, Leonard said he trusted posts would “stop the sale of that cassette at auction. Not cool at all that someone would sell it. Not theirs to sell.”

Underneath the Angels With Dirty Faces demo, he referenced the music being unloaded, including: “Here it is for free.”

Leonard worked with Madonna on the Like A Prayer collection, just as on different records including True Blue and Who’s That Girl during the ’80s, and I’m Breathless and Ray Of Light during the ’90s.

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