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Product: Audio CD
Title: Encore [Decca]
Label: Decca
Artist:
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Watson is sensational and oh so talented


This is one of the most prized albums in my collection. I picked it up on www.Amazon.com about a month, ago. On first play, it did not sound exactly right. Must have been in the dvd player. After that I played it again, and again, and again. I don't think a day has gone by when I haven't played this album.
Either I'm getting older or Russell is really a tremendous talent. I think experience and age tend to make me appreciate this guy more.......Get this cd; it is sensational Watson and oh, so talented.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Sogno
Label: Philips
Artist:
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Melodious to say the least


This CD will flow from you player to your heart. Both artists are well blended, but Mr. Bocelli's voice is as sweet as nectar rolling down the back of your throat.
I can hear deep intonations in his voice that resound with the instrumental background.
I would recommend this CD to many people who enjoy being wooed by music.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Bridge Over Troubled Water/This Is The Night
Label: RCA
Artist: Clay Aiken
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Amazing New Talent


I have listened to this CD. I have loved every second of it. I think Clay should have won but it relaly doesn't matter. Don't wate your money on Ruben. Clay is the man. Buy it!



Product: Audio CD
Title: Dead Bees on a Cake
Label: Virgin Records
Artist: David Sylvian
Rating: 2/5
Customer rating - 2 out of 5
layering: 10, connection: 0


Personally and speaking only for myself, it's all very well made, he knows his little tweaks and fiddles by now, and I'm sure his guest musicians were all on his wavelength. But by gawd, what a crashing bore - there seems to be no sense of emotion here, just lovely little droning ditties to package the new-found emotional centering in. It seems like Sylvian keeps getting more and more interested in making perfect little soundscapes as a means to an end, instead of using the 'scapes as a means for connection to a listener. It is terribly dissapointing from the person who (helped) craft(ed) pieces like Blackwater, Heartbeat, the whole Beehive album, etc. He's turned into the Steely Dan of the Eno set.