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Fammi Luce Import

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great international performer sings Japanese songs 23 Jun 2010
By lionken - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I was very fond of her versatile singing in the second half of last century when she was active, but did not know until now she had recording of Japanese singer/song writer's music, even duet with him, Shinji Tanimura. Tanimura is a very popular and famous artist with many wonderful songs.
It was not easy to find this CD, anywhere in US/Japan/UK/Italy. It was a surprise to me that my order in US was shipped from Germany; Made in Germany.
All songs are very nice with Milva's beautiful voice. I particularly like "No,uomini no", the original Japanese title is "the Pleiades" though. All songs seem translated entirely different from the original lyrics, but sound nice.
Milva with japanese composer 29 Mar 2011
By Sasha - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Late 1990s album by famous italian singer who is remembered as one of the best voices of 1960s and 1970s.
Milva later had very successful career in Germany and enjoyed big popularity in theatre (specially good in kurt Weill/Bertold Brecht), continued to tour and perform all over the world so this album came as interesting return to her singing back in native italian but with the twist - music is composed by japanese (?) author Shinji who tailored songs for her rich,deep contra-alto and arranged everything with good taste,therefore bringing her discography up to date without losing touch with what was her trademark singing style in first place.
The first song ("Fammi Luce") was done as a duet with composer - who can only follow where lady walks and hold her hem along the way - the rest is good and melodic pop with occasional ballad where her voice shines the best.It's not as strong as it once was but that would not be natural after decades in business - it is still recognisable Milva-voice and pleasure to listen.
Some of the music here is so carefully composed for the singer that it might have been written several decades earlier,that doesn't mean music is old fashioned because it has modern production but it shows composer's respect for artist and instead of forcing her in some new directions,he had created music suitable for her talents.
The only jarring tone here are cover pictures showing singer now well in her middle age suffering from Diana Ross-syndrome,which is not necessary at all for a someone with such excellent voice. Yes,she always was an attractive lady but all this pouting and posing just leaves bad impression and it makes her look silly, at the end of the day it clashes with serious music on the album anyway.
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