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Product: Audio CD
Title: Out Classics
Label: RCA
Artist:
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
Relaxing and Inspiring


Sit back and enjoy these 13 themes by eight of the world's greatest composers -- who just happen to have been gay.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Immaculate Collection
Label: Warner Brothers
Artist: Madonna
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Madonna's greatest


My favorite hits from the singer are the ballads,like "Crazy for you," and"Live to tell."Madonna gets into the cord when she sings these type of songs.One number I fell in love with is "La Is LaBonita." The latin sound its perfect for the singer.The greatest pop record ever is in this collection,"Cherish."It would be one of my top five favorite songs ever. I remember reading a interview about Barry Manilow,and he went up to Madonna telling her how much he loved "Cherish." Barry said,she just nodded and kept walking.Alright Madonna.Barry use to do the same thing when he was on top.Madonna gets my respect because she co-writes most of her material.It won't be long before she has another greatest hits collection,with "Take a Bow,Ray of light,"and her new single,"Music."After almost twenty years Madonna's music career keeps growing.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Station to Station
Label: Virgin Records
Artist: David Bowie
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
To my mind, David Bowie's finest moment...


The fact that this only had six tracks on it scared me away from buying this at first, but being the Bowie freak that I am, had to buy it sooner or later. My main reason for not buying it is because I had a 'Best Of Bowie' import which featured half of the album's tracks already (albeit, edited single cuts). I could not be happier with this album after a couple listens.
All six cuts are pure gold and to my ears, and are instantly accessible, maybe less than say 'Changes,' or 'Let's Dance' but moreso than the instrumental side of "Heroes." 'Ziggy' may be his most renowned album but it lacks the consistency of 'Station To Station.' 'Space Oddity' was a little rough around the edges, Bowie was still honing in his abilities, and just forget 'Tonight' when he rubbing elbows with Tina Turner and re-doing songs he produced for Iggy Pop. The title cut may be 10:11 long, but every second is used well, it might just be may favorite on the album. 'Golden Years' was the big hit and it deserves it every bit. 'TVC15' with its playful piano and 'Stay' with it's driving funk guitar lines make for upbeat songs ala 'Golden Years' while 'Word On A Wing' and 'Wild Is The Wind' are soulful, slower numbers.
Yes, that is all information you've heard from other reviews basically, because what is there to say that hasn't been said about this great mid-70's Bowie album? Pick it up, it deserves the 4.9 rating it's gotten, standing as Bowie's highest-rated album among reviewers.



Product: Audio CD
Title: Only a Woman Like You
Label: Jive
Artist: Michael Bolton
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Sensual and seductive yet robust


This is definitely a good set to listen to, from the latin sounding "Dance With Me" through the smooth & tender "Surrender", with plenty of good stuff in between such as the title song, and the intricate tapestry of "The Center of My Heart".
Confection, yeah, and sweet talk that gals like...what's wrong with that. Maybe there's a bit here for us guys to learn.