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5 out of 5
Media: Audio CD|
ISBN/ASIN : B000803PH2
Manufacturer : Umtv|
Release data : 11 April, 2005
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A MUST HAVE
Olivia's tribute CD to the female singers that have inspired her, is an inspirational album itself.
Her voice still has the magic and range to make these songs sound fresh, and her delivery is on the mark every time.
My favourite is Send In The Clowns and Alfie. She sings with great conviction, and her version of Rainy Days and Mondays is a lovely tribute to Karen Carpenter.
A delightful album from start to finish, great songs, great production, great musicians sung by a great singer.
olivias triumphant return
having been a fan of olivias since the very begginning i was a little nervous about this album.to me olivia needs to record a true pop/dance album with more tracks like a little more love xanadu or no matter what you do. on listening to this album i have to say that its fantastic.olivias vocal range is stunning.there isnt 1 bad track on this album.vocally olivia has proved she can give ms streisand some competition.her rendition of send in the clowns beats streisands hands down.but the highlight for me is summertime. this was a song i never liked but listening to olivia has changed my mind.
my honest opinion was there were to many artists doing cover albums of this nature micheal buble rod stewart etc.
the choice of tracks is flawless and the fantastic production by phil ramone have me hoping for indigo vol 2.if rod stewart can have 3 volumes im sure olivia can have at least 2.for personal reasons this album isnt my no1 olivia album that honour goes to gaia a really personal album but it does get joint no2 with totally hot. i hope this album marks return to the charts for olivia as i beleive she truly deserves to be there .shes been away too long not that she hasnt had albums out but they have been poorly marketed and promoted.with the success of the definitve collection and hopefully indigo perhaps universal will consider remastering her entire back catalogue which has never been available in uk except on import . festival did a great job in australia.
all in all a fine example of olivias vocal talent indigo is a must have.this is definately my album of the year
a true legend is back
What a wonderful return to form from one of the most successful recording artists ever. Yet again Livvy has morphed into another image.In fact Olivia was one of the first artists to have a constant change of image.Here we see her as a truly wonderful tourch singer,there are times on this album that she attempts jazz deliveries very successfully,listen to Summertime if you have any doubt.
Olivia's voice and trade mark ethereal range deliveries are perfect on this album her voice is as good if not better than her classic pre grease albums,and what a voice,as perfect as you will ever hear.
Livvy is a treasure that has so very often been over looked in the uk because of her wholesome clean image.Which obviously doesn't appeal to the chart buying public of today.
Give this album a try you wont be disapointed unless you are 12.