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bertah
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

I have been listening to Mario Frangoulis. Season Of Love and:

Erkin Aki,  In Love fro Europe

Jose Cura  Anhelo

Juan Diego Flores  Voce D'Italia

Jonah Kaufmann  Romantic Arias

Gardar Thor Cortes  When You Say You Love me

Nesrtor Gury  Ella y Yo

Alessandro Safina  Sognami

Audra Mcdonald  Build a Bridge

Sarah Brightman Eden

Vittorio Grigolo In The hands Of Love

 

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Re: What are you listening to right now?


bertah wrote:

I have been listening to Mario Frangoulis. Season Of Love and:

Erkin Aki,  In Love fro Europe

Jose Cura  Anhelo

Juan Diego Flores  Voce D'Italia

Jonah Kaufmann  Romantic Arias

Gardar Thor Cortes  When You Say You Love me

Nesrtor Gury  Ella y Yo

Alessandro Safina  Sognami

Audra Mcdonald  Build a Bridge

Sarah Brightman Eden

Vittorio Grigolo In The hands Of Love

 

Fernando Lima Passione


Thank you reminding me of Mario Frangoulis...I have wanted to listen to him for a while..I just downloaded"Carpe Diem"  Beautiful...I am also quite a fan of Sarah Brightman..  Vtc...Susan

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Re: What are you listening to right now?

 

Bird and the Bee

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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bertah
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

My daily, early morning routine is; listen to Mario Frangoulis, then I move to others. Today, I am listening to Rolando Villazon's Cielo E Mar and also to Placido Domingo's  Amore infinito.

 

How about you?

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Re: What are you listening to right now?

It's 4 a.m. I'm listening to Work Me by The Black Keys.

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Re: What are you listening to right now?

Carpe Diem is beautiful! And I love Sarah Brightman. She is my favorite soprano.

I have 180 songs from different cds of Mario Frangoulis in My cd and I just don't tire of listening.

Have you listened to The greatest reward with Celine Dion?

Mario is my favorite tenor. There is something in that voice that touches me deeply. Yet, the beauty and power in the voice of Vittorio Grigolo is astounding!

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Re: What are you listening to right now?

Romanza  
bertah wrote:

Carpe Diem is beautiful! And I love Sarah Brightman. She is my favorite soprano.

I have 180 songs from different cds of Mario Frangoulis in My cd and I just don't tire of listening.

Have you listened to The greatest reward with Celine Dion?

"Carpeario is my favorite tenor. There is something in that voice that touches me deeply. Yet, the beauty and power in the voice of Vittorio Grigolo is astounding!


 

Vt Cozy Wrote..Thank you bertah for suggestting Mario Frangoulis.I seem to play it alot..Sarah Bightman was brought to my attention when she sang with  Andrea Bocellli..I believe it was on "Romanza"..Although I do not speak Italian,I knew someone who did,I actually memorized some of the songs,they are so passionate.....I Thank you for all your suggestions."Carpe Diem"is exquisite to listen to...Vtc...

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