Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
"the Album" Gives a Taste of Shane Richie's Vocal Talents on a Number of Personal Favorite Hits from Across the Eras. From Classic Ballads Such as Elton John's "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word' and Hall and Oats "She's ... more »
"the Album" Gives a Taste of Shane Richie's Vocal Talents on a Number of Personal Favorite Hits from Across the Eras. From Classic Ballads Such as Elton John's "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word' and Hall and Oats "She's Gone", Through to Covers of More Soulful Classics Including Al Green's "Tired of Being Alone" and Doobie Brothers Smooth Classic "What a Fool Believes", Richie Puts his Personality and Deep Rooted Love for the Songs Into his Own Renditions, which Should Appeal to his Legion of Fans.
My Shane Richie Experience
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this album two years ago and I found it very enjoyable.I bought it because I was very taken with Mr Richie's singing talent in the musical'Boogie Nights',and decided to buy the album to see if this talent was put to some use.I have to say, this is the album I turn to listen to when I'm feeling down or just want to unwind,as I find it a very easy listening album to unwind to.The album contains a wide range of music reaching out to the teenagers,with a very 'cool' version of the Grease hit,"Grease is the word".Aswell as reaching out to the older group of the world,with a version of Elton John's hit"Sorry seem's to be the hardest word",which is a very heart renching song.The album has many romantic songs and many "get up and dance"songs. I've enjoyed listening to Shane's first album,and hoping there'll be a second."