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2006 compilation by one of America's greatest Pop/Rock singer/songwriters. 21 tracks taken from his most successful period with UNI Records in the '70s. Features 'Sweet Caroline', 'Cracklin' Rosie', 'Stones', 'Play Me', 'Holly Holy', 'Song Sung Blue', 'And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind' and 'I Am...I Said'. Universal.
UK greatest hits compilation features 20 tracks including 'Guitar Tango', 'Apache', 'Stingray', 'Geronimo', 'A Place In The Sun' and much more. EMI. 2001.
The Symphonica album was recorded during George’s wildly successful 2011-12 tour of the same name, a labour of love which fulfilled George’s long-standing ambition of showcasing his extraordinary vocals alongside an orchestra in some of Europe’s finest, most prestigious venues.
Like the tour, the Symphonica album comprises lovingly arranged and sung versions of carefully selected highlights from George’s sumptuous back catalogue plus interpretations of songs by some of George’s favourite artists.
Didn't It Rain is the second album from comedian-turned-actor-turned-blues-maestro Hugh Laurie. Although the album follows the same vein as his hugely successful debut Let Them Talk in terms of its bluesy covers, this release sees Laurie move away from the New Orleans sound as he takes the listener on a musical tour of the American heartland instead.
The voice of Sarah Brightmanis back and it soars to new heights on Sarah Brightman: Classics, the essential collection that blends exciting new material with a selection of Sarah's favorite classical songs from her albums Edenand La Luna, including her solo version of the international hit "Time To Say Goodbye." The album is the ultimate Sarah Brightman experience. Through Sarah's inimitable soprano, an edgy, here-and-now sensuality emerges from the sublime classical roots of these songs. Sarah Brightman: Classicsintroduces the brand new recordings of "Ave Maria" and "Winter Light" and a new performance of "Pie Jesu" from Andrew Lloyd Webber's Requiem, which was written especially for Sarah. Two other new songs, "Alhambra" and "Dans La Nuit," are original Sarah Brightman adaptations, featuring newly-written lyrics sung to classical melodies by Tarrega and Chopin. These tracks plus new recordings of "O Mio Babbino Caro" and "Nessun Dorma" feature Sarah singing with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition to the title track from Time To Say Goodbye, Sarah has also included "Lay Wally" from the album. Encore selections from Edenare "Lascia Ch'io Pianga," "Anytime, Anywhere" and "Bailero," and from La Lunacome "Serenade/How Fair This Place," "Figlio Perduto" and the title track. Sarah Brightman: Classicsweaves an irresistible spell with a unique collection of her favorite classical pieces. This is the ultimate celebration of Sarah's beautiful soprano voice.
"Yanni Live at the Acropolis" is the name of both an album and video by contemporary instrumental musician Yanni. Both were recorded live at the Herodes Atticus Theatre in Athens, Greece, on September 25, 1993; they were released in 1994. The album peaked at #1 on "billboard's Top new age Albums chart and at #5 on the billboard 200 chart. The video received an emmy nomination for "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Drama Series, Variety Series, Miniseries or a Special."
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