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This is one of the performances that made me a lifetime fan of Miss Jackie Evancho. Simply stunning.
To say this is astonishing would be an understatement. Audience members who are not in tears by the end often can't remember breathing. - BobG
One has to see her performance of this sone from her first PBS Great Performances special: "Dream With Me - In Concert", available on YouTube, as well as CD, DVD, and Blu-ray. Taiko drums, traditional Chinese instruments, and full orchestra, with David Foster emcee and musical director. - Trancas
Nobody hits those high notes as Jackie does.V 1 Comment
Stairway to Heaven @ Earls Court (1975)... Greatest solo of all time...
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As performed "Live" on the Ed Sullivan Show in February of 1964; the most important live performance in the history of rock music.
Checkout Jackie's performance of this on Britain's Got Talent, easy to find on YouTube. Her performance that night was unreal. If you watch the video, try to remind yourself its being sung by an 11 year old. Unbelievable. She's simply the best there is.
Jackie still sings this today, at age 17. For six years, she has been getting standing ovations for her performances of this difficult piece. - BobG
From her Dream With Me album / Dream With Me - In Concert PBS Great Performances special, available on CD, DVD, and Blu-ray. See the YouTube video.
This song really comes to life when played live. I can't decide if I prefer the studio version or live version, as they're both wonderful. I recommend listening to this from Pink Floyd's live album P.U.L.S.E.
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