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Susan Boyle, the singing sensation who sold 14 million albums in 14 months and made musical history along the way is back with a third album--a diverse mix that will captivate the generations. Her return to the studio heralds a new era of music for the songstress who rocketed to fame over night after appearing on Britains Got Talent in 2009. Working closely with her producer Steve Mac, Susan has specifically chosen songs that are emotive and reflective in response to the outpouring of life stories from so many people who wrote letters to her from around the globe. The album comprises songs that will take you on a journey of self discovery. With variation in tempo, this album will stir the inner most emotions. From the beautiful and light to the dramatic, haunting and soul searching, Susan again injects her own inimitable style into new material and classics from some of the golden ages of music.
1. Rubycon, Part One 17:18 2. Rubycon, Part Two 17:35 Total running time 34:53 The title Rubycon relates to a story about Julius Caesar crossing the river Rubycon in 49 BC. He did it for "all or nothing", running into an unstoppable war. Hence the phrase "crossing the Rubycon" points out that a unreversable decision is made -- a point of no return. Tangerine Dream entered the Manor Studio again in 1975 to record an album on which they developed a new kind of electronic rhythm.
I Remember Tommy is an album by Frank Sinatra, released in 1961. It was recorded as a tribute to bandleader Tommy Dorsey, and consists of re-recorded versions of songs that Sinatra had first performed or recorded with Dorsey earlier in his career. Fellow Dorsey alumnus Sy Oliver arranged and conducted the sessions. As the title suggests, I Remember Tommy is an affectionate tribute to Tommy Dorsey, the legendary bandleader who helped elevate Frank Sinatra to stardom.
SOTHERN LAMOUR contains 24 tracks recorded (separately) by the actresses Ann Sothern and Dorothy Lamour in 1957. Sothern sings 14 tracks, including the folk and country standards "Ballin' the Jack" and "Wayfaring Stranger"; Lamour sings 10, including a torchy version of the standard "Can't Help Loving That Man of Mine." The remastering and sound quality are very good for this type of archival release.
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