Watching the Detectives" is a 1977 single by English singer-songwriter Elvis Costello. His fourth single overall, it was his first hit single on any national chart, peaking at in the UK and also charting modestly in Canada, Australia and the .
Joanne" is a song recorded by American singer Lady Gaga for her fifth studio album, also called Joanne, in 2016. It was released as the album's third official single on December 22, 2017 in Italy, and a piano version, titled "Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin'?)", followed in the rest of the world on January 26, 2018. The track was written and produced by Gaga and Mark Ronson, with additional production from BloodPop.
Joanne is Lady Gaga’s fifth studio album, released on October 21, 2016. The lead single, Perfect Illusion, was released on September 9, 2016.
With the announcement of the album title comes questions of who Joanne is and how she may be significant to Gaga. Lady Gaga's 'Joanne': Get to Know the Collaborators, From Beck to BloodPop. While Joanne is one of Gaga’s middle names (Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta) it is also the name of her late aunt and one of her biggest influences. Although Gaga was born almost 12 years after Joanne’s death, her influence has been a running theme in Gaga’s career
Tattoo Detectives Playing W/ Stinky Reindeer. Don't Laugh Richie Santana & Peter Bailey Remix. Richie Santana, Peter Bailey.
Lady Gaga’s new album careens from one aesthetic to another, but for all the flaws, it has several strong moments. Lady Gaga’s new album careens from one aesthetic to another, but for all the flaws, it has several strong moments.
Joanne is Lady Gaga’s best album in five years, since the disco-stick hair-metal manifesto that was Born This Way. In her quest to master all pop spectacle – hit singles, scandalous TV stunts, The Sound of Music medleys at award shows – Gaga’s been too restless to slow down for albums. Or maybe after she hit it so far out of the park with Born This Way, she figured album-making was a party trick she’d already done. Her Tony Bennett duet was a clever rebranding Hail Mary after her overheated yet practically song-free fiasco Artpop.