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Reprise

18 Nov. 2002 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2002
  • Release Date: 18 Nov. 2002
  • Label: Decca Music Group Ltd.
  • Copyright: (C) 2002 Decca Music Group Limited
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  • Total Length: 1:10:03
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  • ASIN: B001RTZIZA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 97,244 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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By A Customer on 18 Nov. 2002
Format: Audio CD
REPRISE, the third album from Russell"the voice"Watson is without any doubt in my mind the most incredible album to date
The most beautiuful classical arias ever composed blended with popular love songs and two incredible duets. Torna a Surriento is the first track and one hell of an introduction to this album, you are instantly transported to Italy and swept away in the emotion of Russell's outstanding voice. Granada,Recondita armonia and Questa o quella mix perfectly with Santa Lucia. then Russell changes tactic and the voice changes "Nothing sacred" the Jim Steinman classic and the tears flow, this song is being released as a charity single next month.Core 'ngrato is absolutely stunning, breathtaking, the beauty and power of Russell's voice, richer and deeper than ever, this has to be the highlight of this album. Bohemian Rhapsody is a fantastic cover of the Queen original, even Freddy Mercury would love this. Vesti la guibba is the finale, and you feel the raw emotion, the despair and pain. Russell Watson has produced a truly amazing album. The production, the orchestration and finish is perfection, the sound - very "HOLLYWOOD", stunning
polished, finished to perfection.
I did wonder how Russell would manage to follow ENCORE, well he has outdone himself here, REPRISE
words fail me
ENCORE RUSSELL!!!!!!!!!!MAGNIFICO!
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I must say this is the best album by Russell Watson yet,and his first two were just fantastic. Every single song on it is an absoloute gem so it`s very hard to choose the highlights for me. That`s Amore is wonderful Russell sings it in a way that makes you smile and you can imagine a smokey lounge in Las Vegas with him sat on a stool crooning away.Torna a Surriento and Granada are brilliant the fabulous dramatic intro`s set you up for listening to this magical voice,The Pearl Fishers an awesome song and as he does both baritone and tenor it is such a treat and a joy to listen to. In fact from The Living Years to Vesti la guibba everyone is sang so beautifuly with emotion and passion.
If you like Russell Watson you will love this album.....if you have never heard him sing buy it you`ll be hooked I can promise you this.5 stars?? well it`s at least a 10 for me!!!!!
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Being familiar with both of Russell Watson's CDs I was eager to hear the third. And it does not disappoint in the slightest, this is, indeed, the coming of age of the artist. It is a beautifully produced CD, with well selected tracks and exquisite balance between vocal and instrumental lines.
Of the arias "Pourquoi me reveiller?" and "Vesti la giubba" are the standouts, they will tear at your heart. "Questa o quella" demonstrates the vocal strides he has made since the Leeds concert and "Recondita armonia" is a lovely version of a beautiful aria. The "Pearl Fishers" duet is an amazing achievement. "That's Amore", "Core 'ngrato" and "Ave Maria" are destined to be favourites, all for different reasons and "The Best that Love Can be", a duet with Cleopatra Higgens, is gorgeous, the two voices harmonize so well. "La Danza" and "Bohemian Rhapsody" are, perhaps, the bravest tracks on the CD and he is up to the challenge on both occasions. The backing vocals on "Nothing Sacred" and "Boh Rap" will thrill.
If I have a reservation, I would have liked a little more variation in the volume in "Santa Lucia", but that is a very small reservation amongst a whole room full of bouquets. There is something for every mood and the incredible versatility of this astonishing artist is well displayed. Not the least because he produced it himself, perhaps the most laudable achievement of all. If you approach music with an open mind and heart, you will find everything you require in this CD.
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This recording must be Russell Watson's best yet. His superb voice is shown here in a variety of differnt songs. He uses 3 voices on this album: his pop voice for Nothing Sacred; his powerful voice for That's Amore; and his trademark opera voice for lots of the tracks including Ave Maria. This album shows his musical talent and is a must have album for Russell Watson fans. Anyone else who doesn't listen to classical or opera music should buy this too, his voice is an instant hit with both young and old he really does live up to his nickname of "The Voice"
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After listening to the cd the first time, its quite challenging on the ear, especially the classical songs.. as i'm not a lifelong Opera fan...but after hearing it over again I now find myself singing along! I own Russell's first cd "the voice" and I found that this cd seems more dramatic, both vocal and musical. Each song sounding like it comes from a Hollywood movie film score.
Theres even some great pop tunes such as "The Living Years" (which will touch anyone who has lost someone dear to them) and a beautifull love song where Russell duets with Cleo.
My favourite tracks include "Core'ngrato" ( a highly emotive song) a brilliant rendition of "The Pearl Fisher's Duet" (where Russell shows us his Baratone voice) and a finally a superb version of the Queen Classic "Bohemien Rapsody" which you don't get on any other classical albulms!!
So if you like what you've just read... go and listen I'm sure you won't be disappointed!!
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