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Pavarotti & Friends for War Child
Eric Clapton, Joan Osborne, Elton John
Pavarotti & Friends for War Child
Genres: World Music, Special Interest, Pop, Soundtracks, Classical
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Wonderfully diverse
G. Sawaged | Canada | 02/11/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Recorded live from the Parco Novi Sad, in Modena Italy, on 20 June 1996, this is another of Pavarotti's wonderful concerts to benefit children who are caught up in the horrors of war. Some of the worlds best performers have gotten together for a diverse musical experience that defies language barriers, as well as musical genres. Practically everything is covered on this album. From rock, pop, classical, blues, sacred, jazz and's all here. Whatever your musical preference, this is an album that should appeal to all in it's diversity, and considering the worthy cause, a necessity for music lovers. And where else will you be able to hear Pavarotti exercising his chops with the likes of Eric Clapton, Liza Minelli, Sheryl Crow, Jon Secada, Joan Osborne and Elton John! And speaking of Sheryl Crow, you cannot miss her singing a Mozart opera aria with Pavarotti. She is truly amazing...who would have believed it. She more than holds her own with the maestro. This is a must have."
Incredibly life-affirming! Musical diversity at its best.
G. Sawaged | 06/12/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This CD has two levels of depth. Listen to it as blend of Euro-pop and US big-names, THEN try again. "Holy Mother" travels from its prayer for strength to the junked-out streets screaming for survival in "Saint Teresa". On the journey continues to Elton's "Live Like Horses"-- his personal tribute to Versace. There, the classical truly melds with contemporary anthem-- and begs us to be free of our self imposed fences and walls. Food for thought and music to soothe the soul. This collection helped me survive my dear niece's suicide.Thank you Pavarotti!"