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Product: Audio CD
Title: Elton John And Tim Rice's Aida (1999 Concept Album)
Label: Island
Artist: Tim Rice
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
I ADORE YOU TINA!!!


Elton John and Tim Rice's AIDA is a wonderful collaberation of amazing talented artisits in music today! I personally think that Tina Turner's "Easy As Life" is a great song! I love the way she sings it and Im glad that she participated on this project! Also I love the duet between Elton John and Janet Jackson on the song "I Know the Truth" they sound absolutley stunning together!!! This is definitely a classic recording!!!!!!!! 100% THUMBS UP!!



Product: Audio CD
Title: Madonna: GHV2
Label: Warner Brothers
Artist: Madonna
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
MADONNA'S GHV2 is another great collection from Queen of POP


MADONNA's GHV2 (Greatest Hits Volume 2) takes off where THE IMMACUALTE COLLECTION with her previous hits from 1982-1990 left off. GHV2 has her hits from 1992-2001 Although this album does not have the hits in the order they came out it still works. This album includes 15 of MADONNA's biggest hits in this order ~ DEEPER AND DEEPER, EROTICA, HUMAN NATURE, SECRET, DON'T CRY FOR ME ARGENTINA, BEDTIME STORY, THE POWER OF GOODBYE, BEAUTIFUL STRANGER, FROZEN, TAKE A BOW, RAY O? LIGHT, DON'T TELL ME, WHAT IT FEELS LIKE FOR A GIRL, DROWNED WORLD/SUBSTITUTE FOR LOVE, MUSIC. This album is a great collection and despite a few songs like Human Nature, and Don't Cry For Me Argentina this collection works really good. Sadly this album does not have any new songs on it and these songs are all the originals just edited versions of most of them. I have to say MADONNA did not become the most successful female recording artist in history by doing the same kind of music. MADONNA takes risks and here you will see how she has truly evolved and how her music is always changing and one step ahead of the rest. From the 1992 Erotica naughty girl Dita Parlo, to the 2001 angry Girl in What It Feels Like For A Girl, MADONNA continues her control as the QUEEN OF POP and the most amazing women in POP music today. Let MADONNA's GHV2 Open Your Heart and let you be touched again for the very first time. Remember your Frozen until you get this album and then you will see a Ray O? Light in this Drowned World. Now that I have shared my review and my Secret with all you Beautiful Strangers please dig Deeper and Deeper in to your pockets BUY this MADONNA GHV2 CD, Take A Bow and last but not least enjoy MADONNA's Music.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Kind of Blue
Label: Sony
Artist: Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Bill Evans
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Kind of Blue is perhaps the best jazz album ever recorded.


It is said of a few superlative works of art that "no one ever wished them shorter." This applies in the most basic sense to Miles Davis' Kind of Blue. Davis and his group feed off each other in a way that can only be envied by all but the most accomplished musicians in any genre.
Blue in Green is the perfect example of beauty on this album. The only thing I wish different about this song is the length, in fact. It clocks in as the shortest piece on the album, although to make it longer might make it less perfect. The way that Miles can hold a note and make a flub sound like exactly what he meant to do is literally bone chilling. His phrasing is like a ghost that visits the corners of your mind and then moves away just as you are about to grasp it.
Kind of Blue is a work of art which must be preserved, so that our children and their children will know that beauty did at one time exist in vast amounts and that perhaps they will learn to create it as well.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Silverado: Original Motion Picture Sound Track
Label: Intrada
Artist: Bruce Broughton
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
A Wonderful Reminder


When Silverado first appeared in the theaters, I believed the movie critics and failed to see it. I have spent the years since regretting that choice. The cinematography is superb. The script sparkles so that you'd almost think the Epstein brothers had a hand in it. And the performances rank among their personal best for most of the cast. File it with your favorite Western videos right next to the Cavalry Trilogy. The only thing that's missing is Ben Johnson (and don't you know he probably regretted it!).