Top Ten Best Albums (Excluding Compilations)gemcloben
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With her latest album (and PBS concert special), Jackie takes us from U2 to Rachmaninoff vocalise to music of reverence - and includes some remarkable original music that truly showcases her range and versatility.
If she can do this at 14(when it was recorded), what will she be able to do at 18? The greatest voice of all time. I can listen to Jackie sing all day long.
Every song on the album is a masterpiece. That it should be recorded by someone so young is mind blowing. If I could only keep one CD, this would be it.
The PBS Great Performances "Jackie Evancho: Dream With Me - In Concert" CD/DVD/Blu-ray, with 16-time Grammy Award winning producer David Foster and full orchestra accompanying at the John and Mabel Ringling Museum in Sarasota, FL is the version to have.
Jackie does not just perform the music on this album - she *becomes* the music. This young lady either is - or is in possession of - a force of nature. - BobG
Her second full album for SONY, with the songs included in her second PBS Great Performances special "Music Of The Movies"
Debut albums are always the best. - gemcloben
Only 62? Vote for this now! - gemcloben
Stairway to heaven, black dog, misty mountain hop - gemcloben
Best album ever. james' voice and riffs. cliffs solo. - gemcloben
All their best songs - gemcloben
I love debut albums so much! - gemcloben
The best Beatles album - gemcloben
Most influential guitarist ever - gemcloben
Walk, by demons be driven, mouth of war - gemcloben
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