Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring - Angelica, Bach, Johann Sebast
Un Bel Di - Angelica, Puccini, Giacomo
Der Holle Rache (Queen of the Night) - Angelica, Mozart, Wolfgang Am
Lo Son l'Umile Ancella - Angelica, Cilča, Francesco
Ave Maria - Angelica, Schubert, Franz [Vi
Caro Nome - Angelica, Verdi, Guiseppe
O Divine Redeemer - Angelica, Gounod, Charles
O Soave Fanciulla - Angelica, Puccini, Giacomo
Panis Angelicus - Angelica, Franck, Cesar
Quando M'En Vo - Angelica, Puccini, Giacomo
Out of print in the U.S.! 1998 studio project spearheaded by producer/musician Clif Magness and Carole Bayer Sager that blends Opera, Classical and Rock music with outstanding results. Each of the tracks pairs an Opera vo... more »calist with renowned Rock and studio musicians, creating a unique and contemporary approach to Classical music. Guests include Steve Vai, David Foster, Dweezil Zappa, Nathan East, The Boys Choir Of Harlem, Eric Johnson, Steve Stevens and more. Atlantic« less
Out of print in the U.S.! 1998 studio project spearheaded by producer/musician Clif Magness and Carole Bayer Sager that blends Opera, Classical and Rock music with outstanding results. Each of the tracks pairs an Opera vocalist with renowned Rock and studio musicians, creating a unique and contemporary approach to Classical music. Guests include Steve Vai, David Foster, Dweezil Zappa, Nathan East, The Boys Choir Of Harlem, Eric Johnson, Steve Stevens and more. Atlantic
"The CD Angelica is a must have for all fans of guitar instremental. Although the voices of the women and men who perform on the album are absoulutly stunning, the guitar orcistration is what caught my ear the most. Steve Vai is an incredable guitar player, but what I liked most about Mr Vai's track was the understatemnet. His ability to boost the emotion level was pure genious. The most brilliant performance on the album goes to Eric Johnson. Hands down winner of the best solo on the entire CD. I am a bit biased because he is my favorate guitar player, however it does not cloud my ability to name the hands down winner for best song and solo. I highly recomend this album to anyone young and old that appricates fantastic orcistration and rich music."
Christian Martin | Austin TX USA | 03/07/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I am not an opera or rock connoseur. But I know great music when I hear it...As soon as I heard the music as it was being recorded in the studio, I knew I had to have this CD...I LOVE "Un Bel Di". The beat is just so catchy and the voice of the soprano is so beautiful..."
Opera with rock arrangements at its best!
Christian Martin | 02/20/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A fantastic opera perfomance combined with modern guitar and electronic arrangements. Particularly Lori Stinson's voice is of highest standard. Should attract anybody who loves opera and are not afraid of some novel musical arrangements. Probably also those who have not yet understood the highlights of opera would learn to like this genre after listening to this CD. The only minus side is that the instrumentals sometimes over-ride the voices in the mixing."
Angelica: A wonderful combination of Rock and Opera.
Christian Martin | 12/12/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album is very refreshing in that it is so original and unique. The guitar work is first class and the vocals are incredible. Almost anyone should be able to appreciate at least something about this album whether one is a fan of classical music or even a straight hard-rocker. Definitely worth checking out."
Angelica: A Beautiful Blend Of Rock And Opera
Christian Martin | 08/24/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a very interesting recording. It definately has a unique sound. Even if you don't care for opera there are some great guitar solos. My personal favorite is Ave Maria, with singer Lori Stinson and guitarist Eric Johnson. Eric blends in while Lori is singing, but when his solo comes he tears it up."