- Audio CD (23 Nov. 2009)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: CD
- Label: Mercury
- ASIN: B002TZS4ZW
- Other Editions: Audio CD | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 47,468 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
Camilla Kerslake CD
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Camilla Kerslake is the eponymous debut album from the classical singer who was "discovered" by Take That's Gary Barlow and signed to his very own record label. The album was produced by Mike Hedges (The Priests and Dido) and recorded in Ireland and features her own versions of classic songs including "How Can I Keep From Singing", "Pie Jesu", "Rule The World" and "I Can’t Help Falling In Love" to name a few.
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PS. A couple of weeks later and I still can't get enough. Each one of these songs is perfect - from the beautiful musical arrangements (and the performances of the musicians) to Camilla's exquisite, beautiful voice. I get a tingle down my spine when I play this CD, which in my opinion, is the best new album I have heard in the last decade. Treat your ears (and your soul). Buy it now.
In that her voice is clear and crisp, with a touch of innocence in some ways it is reminiscent of early Hayley Westenra in sound. Camilla isn't trained operatically and thus this album is a crossover between classical and modern easy listening, with a bonus disc of 5 songs for Christmas (ideal for this time of year, and as a present). Camilla has a vocal range of something like 4 octaves meaning that she has no problem hitting the notes.
All in all then this is a beautiful young lady with a beautiful voice that will captivate you, and she is sure to go far.
Track by Track:
1. she moved through the fair- not my favourite on the album, but beautifully sung 3.5/5
2. How can I keep from singing- very nice arrangement, love this song- 4/5
3. Can't help falling in love- again a lovely arangement of a brilliant song 4.5/5
4. Rule the World- love this song in English- love it even more in Italian, especially the big finish Camilla gives it 5/5
5. Rain- first heard this on a celtic woman album and this is even better than that version- set to winter from the four seasons 5/5
6. Balulalow- I have never heard this before, but it has to be one of the best on the album 5/5
7. Pie Jesu- tank god its not the andrew lloyd Webber version which is covered so much it gets very annoying 4.5/5
8. Panis Angelicus- one of my favourite sacred songs 4.5/5
9. closest thing to crazy- incredible cover, I like the Katie Melua original, but this adds a whole new dimension and it has not been messed around with for the sake of it Camilla sings it close to the original which is great becasue the tune is so beautiful and she sings it with so much emotion. 5/5
10. Cavatina- one word only to describe this wow! the best song on the album 5/5
11. In Paradisum- angelic 4.5/5
12. Largo- Camilla showing off her amazing range 4.5/5
This cd also includes xmas carols which are also sung beautifully- everyone should buy this album, it is amazing and deserves to win at the classical BRITS. I can't wait to hear more from Camilla