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Product: Audio CD
Title: Playing by Heart (1998 Film)
Label: Decca
Artist: John Barry, Chris Botti, Chet Baker
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Absolutely stunning

This is a great CD from John Barry. It is a fine example of his distinctive style. John Barry just seems to be getting better with time. I really enjoyed this music.

Product: Audio CD
Title: You Are Not Alone
Label: Sony
Artist: Michael Jackson
Rating: 2/5
Customer rating - 2 out of 5

I am a music fan anyway but i've never been carried away in the field of music as i was with this CD.I actually heard this cd in a party!Then i developed passion feelings within me that I'M NOT ALONE IN ANYCASE. This guy is the hell of a nice guy anyway but this wasn't the reason why i was carried away but i was carried away with his mode of dancing and shortly this CD is THE FOUNTAIN OF EXCELLENCE!!!CUS ITS SUPER. DAVETOP ONAMADE.FROM LAGOSIANS CITY OF NIGERIA.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Gypsy (2003 Broadway Revival Cast)
Label: Angel Records
Artist: Jule Styne
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
WOW! Bernadette Peters Tears It Up!!!

This is an absolutely stunning CD--IF you've seen the musical on Broadway...otherwise something may be lost in the translation. Bernadette Peters gives an amazing, awe-inspiring performance as Mama Rose--and sings her heart out while she's at it. Ms. Peters is PERFECTLY cast as a ROSE for the new millenium--strident, monstrous, yet strangely appealing, she defines this character more than any other actress with the possible exception of Ethel Merman (the original). The Bette Midler version totally pales by comparison to this masterpiece starring the queen of Broadway in her best performance to date.Let's not forget, Ms. Peters is ACTING here, so when her voice is hoarse, it's MEANT to be hoarse; when her voice cracks, it's for a reason--she's angry, she's vengeful, she's--well, let's just say it here--losing her grip on reality. She is playing, after all, a hideously self-obsessed woman who will do ANYTHING for fame and glory, at the expense even of her children. The final number, 'Rose's Turn,' is a magnificent and shattering experience to see on the stage: Peters' performance here is by turn resentful, hateful, self-pitying and, finally, brave. Rose's breakdown during this final number is an awesome thing, all caught forever on this recording. If you've ever wanted to experience the absolute FINEST Broadway has to offer--see 'GYPSY.' You will never forget it. And to remember it forever, buy this CD.

Product: Audio CD
Title: As Time Goes By...The Great American Songbook: Volume II
Label: J-Records
Artist: Rod Stewart
Rating: 1/5
Customer rating - 1 out of 5
Not Even A Good Copy

Sitting in a movie theater a while back, I heard Rod Stewart's first oldie album and I thought that this was very different from the Rod Stewart I saw perform at Big Surf, in Tempe Arizona many years ago. Then I realized he had simply stolen the concept and part of the track list, from Bryan Ferry's "At Time Goes By" album, which came out in late 1999.
With this sequel, Rod Stewart completes the caper by including more tracks from "As Time Goes By" and, well, the album title too. He teams up with Queen Latifa and Cher, perhaps because he needs to. The cover of the album shows Mr. Stewart looking kind of embarrassed. He should be.
If you want an album of romantic music from the 1930s, performed by talented musicians then don't buy this one. Take a look at "As Time Goes By" by Bryan Ferry.