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Katherine Jenkins, OBE, is the world’s most prolific classical crossover artist. In 2003 she signed the biggest-ever recording contract for a classical artist and has since become the premiere ambassador of bringing classical music to a mainstream audience. She is cherished as one of Britain’s favourite singers, equally at home performing in her homeland Wales, or performing on ... Read more in Amazon's Katherine Jenkins Store

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  • Audio CD (26 Oct 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN: B002NX0NOU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 42,711 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Till There Was You
2. Bring Me To Life
3. Angel
4. I Believe (with Andrea Bocelli)
5. Fear Of Falling
6. The Godfather Theme
7. Ancora Non Sai (with violinist Andre Rieu)
8. No Woman, No Cry
9. La Vie En Rose
10. La Califfa (with Chris Botti)
11. Who Wants To Live Forever
12. Se Si Perde Un Amore

Product Description

The seventh album from the Welsh light classical-pop crossover singer features a collection of interpretations of popular songs along with duets with Andrea Bocelli and Chris Botti.

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

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60 of 61 people found the following review helpful By luciefilm on 29 Oct 2009
Format: Audio CD
I've only just started to get in to Katherine Jenkins' stuff and music along the more classical/vocal range because I have got really fed up with pop, r'n'b, urban etc as it's all got so repetitive and boring. Most of the stuff I was listening to suddenly started to sound all too familar- there was nothing unique about any of it. So I started having a look round for something different and amongst what I found was Katherines' 'Sacred Arias' album which I really enjoyed. Then I purchased 'Believe' this week, and if 'Sacred Arias' impressed me then 'Believe' left me gob smacked. It is simply stunning. Katherine has a beautiful voice and the album is a breath of fresh air compared to what I had, until recently, been listening to. All the tracks are great but my favorites at the moment have to be 'Bring Me To Life' (this is a version of the Evanescence song of the same name and it sent shivers up and down my spine), 'Who Wants To Live Forever' (talk about pull at the heart strings- I was listening to the album on my way to work one morning and when this track had finished it was all I could do to stop myself from crying while walking down the road). 'No Woman , No Cry' and 'Se Si Perde un Amore' are also two lovely tracks. As a result of this album, I will be looking to purchase the rest of the albums that Katherine Jenkins has brought out so far and I can't wait to hear what she pulls out of the hat next. It is also thanks to her that I am now adding to my constantly growing collection of what I now call real music. I have found what I was looking for. Cheryl who? Katherine Jenkins has the XXX Factor and is the real talent in this country. Keep up the excellent work Katherine, I look forward to the next one.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Laura smith on 12 Nov 2009
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of Katherines for a while now and have all her previous album releases - this is her first under a different recoring label having produced the requisite 6 albums agreed under her first contract.

This album feels slightly fresher than some of her previous releases - it has some truly beautiful songs on it - I love Bring Me To Live and I Believe. There are also some well known cover versions which lend themselves wonderfully to Katherine's style such as Till There Was You and Angel, and Parla Piu Piano which is outstanding.

This album will be sure to please all us fans of Katherine out there - dissapointed though to see her Best of Album receiving more publicity and TV advertising than this newly released album of new songs - this one offers a much better reflection of how Katherine has grown as an artist.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By David Bret on 23 Oct 2009
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I give this five stars for Katherine's always superlative performances--though I have to say, the duet with Bocelli is in my opinion a mistake. She is far far better than him--he is flat as the proverbial pancake and she drowns him. What worries me is that now Katherine has dipped her toes into American waters, they might take over and dictate what she should sing as I feel she is getting further and further away from her operatic roots. She promises to sing in an actual opera as soon as she reaches thirty, but on the evidence we have I can't see that happening. It will be Mario Lanza all over again--what SHE wants to do and what others (ie the ones with the money) might push her into doing. Her version of The Godfather theme is sublime--it equates with Dalida's version--and I was not surprised to hear an equably stirring rendition of Piaf's La Vie En Rose. She is without question the finest classical singer we have in this country (so long as she is not persistently compared with Callas--this just isn't fair to expect her to be of that calibre) and, treated properly, she should be allowed to progress from strength to strength.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Cherry A. Weeks on 6 Dec 2009
Format: Audio CD
As a fan of Katherine, and having bought several other albums of hers, I was disappointed with this one. I knew beforehand that it was more of an "easy listening" style, but some of the songs are unknown to me and did not have any sort of impact. High praise for a couple of the showstoppers, but please go back to more operatic selections in future. Also, why the need for duets?
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Harby on 3 Nov 2009
Format: Audio CD
My ` Believe` cd was posted out to New Zealand on the 25th of oct(from Amazon) ,it arrived in my post box on the 31st Nov.-great work Amazon .On running it through I thought am I going to like this ? On playing it a second time I thought wow! and katherine gets better each time it is played ,what an amazing talent she is .I was worried David Foster would not realise the special skills Katherine has and he would try to Americanise her.
The tracks are amazing and of course ` I Believe ` is superb but also the none classical tracks like the wonderful No Woman, No cry are truly exceptional. Katherine goes from strength to strength all the time . I have all Katherines albums and dvd`s she is the best, a wonderful voice and talent .
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By JoViGo on 25 Oct 2009
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I've been looking forward to this new Cd for sometime now & I was hoping it was going to be a 5 star like her previous offerings, but I just can't go that far this time although I desparately wished that I could bring myself to do that, especially as we were given such superlative, tantalising & promising performances in Sacred Arias & Rejoice.

When I heard the single Bring me back to life, I thought yes, we are going to get Katherine's awesome voice & talent in more challenging meaty musical roles together with some good classical & classical style songs.

Now I would have bought this Cd regardless, simply because Katherine voice is just so beautiful no matter what she sings it will sound pretty much out of this world, but I do feel let down just a little because its just too safe & middle of the road compared to what she has in the past given us, in the area of the more modern contempory arena. This I suppose should not be a point of critique as this is the target market that her producers & managers are going down to get the widest audience & appeal & I am sure that it will be very very succesful, I just hoped that there would be more challenging songs like, Bring me to life, Everything I do, How do you leave the one you love, shout in silence,kiss from a rose etc. from the cross over arena.

Now to the nitty gritty, from the start all the way through the first thing that will stand out is Katherine voice it has continued to improve & mellow & become stronger & tighter across her vocal range. Her power & warmth is just simply staggering & I'm not going to compare her to other singers as she is unique & special for just being Katherine, I like her for being just so, not because she sings like someone else thats not the point of this review.
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