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Ti Adoro
Luciano Pavarotti
Ti Adoro
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Classical
 
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The voice, it must be said, is under great strain, but hard-core Pavarotti fans might want this anyway. There are lots of recording gimmicks--echoes, reverberation, overdubbing--and, at times, Pavarotti tries a jazzy style...  more »

     
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All Artists: Luciano Pavarotti
Title: Ti Adoro
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Decca
Release Date: 9/23/2003
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Classical
Styles: Easy Listening, Vocal Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 028947500025

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The voice, it must be said, is under great strain, but hard-core Pavarotti fans might want this anyway. There are lots of recording gimmicks--echoes, reverberation, overdubbing--and, at times, Pavarotti tries a jazzy style at which he's not very good. There's a big high C at the close of one song which is uncomfortable but shows a certain bravery, and the final song is sung in a sort of Sting-like high register which sounds totally alien. Those who never heard Pavarotti before 1990 will have no idea what all the fuss was about if they judge him by this CD; those who have loved and/or admired him all these years may be saddened and puzzled. An oddity, to be sure. --Robert Levine

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TI ADORO, LUCIANO!
Cookie | Brownsville, TX USA | 04/15/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I love "Ti Adoro" and I love my Luciano! I don't know what all the nitpicking is about. Pavarotti is one of the best and way above what other tenors can ever dream to be in their lifetime. My very favorites are "Il Canto", "Ti Adoro", "Buongiorno a Te" and "Caruso." My beloved
Pavarotti will always be #1 with me. Gob bless you, Maestro. Ti Adoro!"
The great "Maestro"
Luis Torregrosa | 10/09/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"While not his best recording, this album is enjoyable not boring....Pavarotti makes a fine rendition of the main theme of "Gladiator" the rendition of "Caruso" superb............Long live the "Maestro" and his god given voice!!!"
The voice that will never die
dee1153 | Shreveport, LA USA | 10/11/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am Luciano Pavarotti's biggest fan, so I am biased. But for a man of his age, this recording is simply amazing. The golden voice is still there - Il Gladiatore is one of the shining moments of his career. I'd put it next to anything else he's ever recorded. Absolutley stunning. And Buongiorno is a delightful, uplifting little tune - can't get it out of my head! Yes, it's an older Pavarotti here, the voice is darker - but like other reviewers said, at this age, he could still out sing most tenors alive today. Very poignant, very beautiful. Buy it!"