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Following in the footsteps of Il Divo and the Three Tenors, Il Volo offers soaring opera pop on the group's self-titled debut. Unlike those acts, however, the three members of Il Volo were in their teens when they recorded these songs, which include bona fide opera selections like "'O Sole Mio" -- which the trio was discovered singing on the Italian talent show Ti Lascio Une Canzone -- as well as standards such as "Smile" and new pop material, including a pair of songs penned by Diane Warren, "Painfully Beautiful" and "La Luna Hizo Esto." ...See Full Description
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|CD Universe Part number||8488468|
|Release Date||May 24, 2011|
|Producer||Humberto Gatica; Gretchen Anderson; Tony Renis|
|Engineer||Cristián Robles; Davide Palmiotto; Humberto Gatica|
|Recording Time||49 minutes|
|Additional Info||International Edition; Port|
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Yours Truly CD (2001)
Additional personnel includes: Mehnaz.
strings, sequencing); Russell Hitchcock (vocals).
Personnel: Air Supply (vocals); Michael Sherwood (vocals); Graham Russell (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keyboards, string synthesizer); Jimmy Haun (guitar); Brian Hess (organ); Larry Antonino (bass guitar).
Audio Mixer: Graham Russell.
Recording information: Woodland Magic.
Air Supply: Graham Russell (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, keyboards,
Americondition CD (2006)
In January of the year 2000, Brett Naylor, the lanky guitar turned mandolin player, decided it was time to play music with real live people and not just his home stereo. Living around Washington, DC, the best source for finding like-minded folks is the City Paper Classifieds, where Brett placed an ad in the Music section which read something like: "String Cheese, Leftover Salmon? Appetite for professional fun. Call!" After sifting through the ill-vibed he received a call from the ultra-vibed Eric Starr. "Are you my man?!" he asked. Turns out he was. The two matched musical tastes and experiences and knew there were more like them out there. The next person to come on board wasn't the "classically trained pianist who plays at the Kennedy Center" but rather the man who was "classically trained and blah, blah, blah," Turns out Starr had met him at a party and knew him only as "Groovebox" with no idea how to get a hold of him. Walking down the streets of the district one lunch break, Starr, the man of many connections, ran into the host of that party and was immediately put in touch with Mr. Box, or as his employer knew him, Fred Miller.
Fred's attendance at all the social events around town is typical and at a barbecue for recent Virginia Tech grads he met a guitar-slinging Roanokian named Brice Bartly who didn't go to Va. Tech but did go to Georgetown and was probably there for the spread. Fred and Brice got on the subject of playing in bands and that Fred's guitar player was departing and would he like to jam." "What kind of music?" Brice asked. "Oh, Neil Young and Grateful Dead." Fred responded. Brice grinned.
As it turns out Fred had a bespectacled little buddy from Tech by the name of Rob Carbonello who took up playing the bass in college on purpose and now lived ...
Flap Harder CD (2009)
Victoria, Canada's Oh Snap! is on a mission--to bring booty-shakin' rock to the masses! They are generating a lot of buzz with their original approach to modern pop/rock music; vocal harmonies even Queen would be proud of, clever yet entertaining lyrics, solid dance beats, and guitar lines you find yourself humming in the shower. Though best experienced at one of their many sold out concerts, their sound can also be found on their debut album, Flap Harder, produced by Scott Henderson (Atlas Strategic, Immaculate Machine).
On stage, this group of four deliver a big sound, executing sensuous vocal harmonies while flexing their instrumental talents with intense build-ups, smooth segues, and frictionless jamming. With engaging stage chemistry, Oh Snap! recreates the essence of their recorded music with precision and conviction, but don't be surprised if live versions of their songs are extended and built up to new exciting heights with spontaneity and abandon.
Formed in the spring of 2006, Oh Snap!'s beginnings were a chance meeting between Mitch Vinet (guitar, vocals), Gord McGladdery (guitar, vocals), and Sean Rousseau (drums, soul-squeals) at a lingerie party. The bright red bum flap ...
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