To Love Again
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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0828767750521
Format: Import
Item Dimensions: 3356224492
Label: Sony Legacy
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Sony Legacy
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: October 18, 2005
Publisher: Sony Legacy
Release Date: October 18, 2005
Running Time: 60 minutes
Studio: Sony Legacy

Disc 1:
  1. Embraceable You - Chris Botti
  2. What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? - Chris Botti feat. Sting
  3. My One And Only Love - Chris Botti feat. Paula Cole
  4. Let There Be Love - Chris Botti feat. Michael Bublé
  5. What's New? - Chris Botti
  6. Good Morning Heartache - Chris Botti feat. Jill Scott
  7. To Love Again - Chris Botti
  8. Are You Lonesome Tonight? - Chris Botti feat. Paul Buchanan
  9. Lover Man - Chris Botti feat. Gladys Knight
  10. I'll Be Seeing You - Chris Botti feat. Billy Childs
  11. Pennies From Heaven - Chris Botti feat. Renee Olstead
  12. Here's That Rainy Day - Chris Botti feat. Rosa Passos
  13. Smile - Chris Botti feat. Steven Tyler
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Editorial Review:
Somewhere, Kenny G is hiding behind his cascading ringlets in shame. Chris Botti, a jazz world super-talent whose trumpeting earns frequent comparisons to Miles Davis and Chet Baker, has found the formula for classing up the pop charts, and within it there's not a single soaring sax or tired attempt at career revivalism to be found. What we're treated to instead is an all-star lineup (Sting, Gladys Knight, Michael Buble and others) vocally saluting a musician whose resume reads like a page torn out of the Rock Snob's Dictionary: in addition to touring with Sting, Botti has played sideman to Paul Simon, Natalie Merchant, Joni Mitchell, and dozens more. Here that experience pays off handsomely. Gone are the matinee-idol smooth artist's earlier experiments with jazz synthesizers and pop-fusion compositions (see 2002's Night Sessions for those), and present in their place are his classical instincts. Gil Evans might have been his guide as the unmistakable opener "Embraceable You," one of a handful of instrumental tracks, swirls into the enchanting, ultra-sophisticated "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life," for instance, and listeners need not feel like fogies for loving it. If Steven Tyler can sign on to sing along with a traditional arrangement of Charlie Chaplin's "Smile" while the London Session Orchestra lays down its trademark jazz lushness behind him, after all, you can let down your guard long enough to admit this disc leaves you feeling vaguely dreamy. --Tammy La Gorce

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