Favorite Love Songs
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Top Customer Reviews
Like all GREAT singers, Crawford has the gift to make you FEEL his emotions, and experience WITH him what he is describing in song. His vocal performance is made all the more powerful by his technical prowess: he has TREMENDOUS control over his voice and can effortlessly soar up and down the musical scale, holding a high note and/or bending it WELL BEYOND the capabilities of most singers nowadays.
I loved his beautifully effective interpretations here of old standards, but what REALLY delighted me was his performance here of "The Music Of The Night". I think THIS version easily outshines the ORIGINAL, for two reasons:1.the musical arrangement HERE is more delicate, so Michael's voice comes across more clearly; 2.Michael paces his voice more slowly and deliberately, allowing the listener to really FEEL the wealth of emotion to be found in that GLORIOUS voice of his!
I would highly recommend this album to any fan of Michael Crawford, and ESPECIALLY to anyone who says that there are NO current theatre actors whose voice offers anything MORE than mere technical skill. To THEM I'd say "Do yourself a FAVOR, check out MICHAEL CRAWFORD!"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Michael Crawford has one of the GREAT voices! Everything he sings he soars!Published 5 months ago by Rick Sherman
Best songs, The power of love, (once done by Jennifer Rush who did it best) and
The story of my life..............
These songs will still melt your heart, bring back good memories, or just be plain fun to listen to. Whatever your style of music, this CD has something everyone can enjoy.Published 20 months ago by John Whitehead
A wonderful, romantic, beautifully-sung offering by the multi-talented Michael Crawford. Every song is a gem; every note is perfection. Read morePublished 24 months ago by V. Clark
MIchael Crawford has always been a favorite of mine. I'll be seventy-one years old in a few days and I still get a lump in my throat listening to him. Read morePublished on December 19, 2012 by judy marsh