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  • Audio CD (October 25, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Verve
  • ASIN: B000BGR0OW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,843 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Probably On A Thursday
2. The Perfect Year
3. Only You
4. Love Changes Everything
5. Seeing Is Believing
6. Think Of Me
7. Any Dream Will Do
8. I Don't Know How To Love Him
9. Too Much Love To Care
10. The Phantom Of The Opera
11. Make Up My Heart
12. No Llores Por Mi Argentina
13. Everything's Alright
14. Whistle Down The Wind

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Sarah Brightman: Love Changes Everything The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection Volume Two is an album tailored-made for fans of this great singer, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, musical theater lovers, basically, just about everyone. Almost half of this new compilation consists of never before released recordings, including duets with such renowned names as Cliff Richard and musical theater celebrities Michael Ball and John Barrowman. Decca. 2005.

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The most surprising track on this collection isn't hidden between blockbusters selections from the blockbuster Lloyd Webber songbook but is located in plain view right at the beginning of the CD. The previously unreleased "Probably on Thursday" was originally written as a pop song in 1967 and indeed sounds very much like a forgotten gem by an obscure 1960s pop singer. It's absolutely delightful and the last thing you'd expect from a composer best known for neoclassical bombast. Another surprise is another previously unreleased song, this one from Sunset Boulevard: "The Perfect Year" is a sweet ballad, and Brightman smartly doesn't oversell it. In fact, the CD decidedly emphasizes the singer's more subtle side rather than her vocal pyrotechnics---"Make Up My Heart" from Starlight Express and "I Don't Know How to Love Him" from Jesus Christ Superstar are particularly nice. The cache of previously unreleased songs also includes guest apperances by the likes of Michael Ball ("Seeing Is Believing") and John Barrowman ("Too Much in Love to Care"), but there's never any doubt as to who the star of this CD is. And deservedly so. --Elisabeth Vincentelli

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For all the diehard Sarah Brightman fans...this album is for you.
Anthony Morelli
This is a beautiful selection of songs performed with Sarah Brightman's glorious voice.
Susan
So I think it's good that they included it here in a newer album.
Karn R.

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53 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Morelli on November 1, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Received the CD as a gift from a real good friend of mine (you know who you are). First of all, the CD showcases some of Sarah's most memorable songs which haven't received as much recognition as others have. This compilation features different versions of songs we're already familiar with...starting with "Love Changes Everything"...which isn't annoying & tinny, compared to the version on the "ALW Collection #1". I can't stand that version! This one has a heavier bass-line with a nicer, softer ending.

Just a little note...in case you read the review that "Superman" posted. The version of "Love Changes Everything" is NOT the same version as on the ALW Collection #1. Also..."The Phantom of the Opera" isn't the same version as on the ALW Collection #1 either. And of course...where else will the "Think of Me" come from, if it wasn't from 18 years ago? Why complain about stuff like this when you don't even talk about the new material on the CD? Why don't you get your facts straight, Superman?

"Only You" is a track which I only heard as a poorly downloaded mp3 from a cracking, scratchy vinyl. So...I never really had the chance to enjoy it. But now that it's been re-mastered onto CD, I like it. It's a wonder this one got to see the light of day at all...seeing ALW has released so many compilations of Sarah's music. Why hasn't this song come out to us sooner? Moving on, "Any Dream Will Do" appears on the Japanese Version of "Sarah Brightman Sings the Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber"...and is harder to find, due to it's rarity in some parts. I'm pleased to have it on an up-to-date compilation of ALW's finest music written for Sarah's voice.

Can't understand why "Think of Me" appears on here...if it's on the "Encore" CD...
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Karn R. on April 8, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I was a bit sceptical when this album was released since I owned 3 other albums with Sarah Brightman singing ALW songs: "Sarah Brightman Sings ALW" "Surrender: The Unexpected Songs" and "The ALW Collection Vol. 1" But when I read the song list, it does sound interesting to me so I decided to just go and grab one.

I was totally surprised at how this album was presented. I really like this side of Sarah Brightman. We usually portray Miss Brightman as a big powerful high-pitched soprano kinda singer, which sometimes nice but can get a bit annoying at times. But this album features more of Sarah's relaxing side. She sings all the songs softly and beautifully with a little flair of pop music as well. Most of the songs end with a fade out not with a big powerful Broadway-like ending. And her repertoire here is really interesting. Firstly, it doesn't repeat other albums that much. It also has 7 previously unreleased songs out of 14. That's half the album! Here's my thoughts on each of them:

#1 PROBABLY ON THURSDAY: This was an unreleased song. It sounds more like a pop song than traditional Broadway. But Sarah sings it wonderfully.

#2 THE PERFECT YEAR: From Sunset Boulevard, This unreleased version resembles Dina Carroll's version to me but Sarah has her own take on the song which makes it more gentle and beautiful.

#3 ONLY YOU: From Starlight Express, I'm sure we all have heard Sarah's duet with Cliff Richard in All I Ask of You. But here's another wonderful duet, previously unreleased.

#4 LOVE CHANGES EVERYTHING: From Aspects of Love, Some of you might think "Oh C'mon, we have this song in ALW Collection Vol. 1" Well, folks, this is another version of it and, may I say, a better one. This unreleased version has a completely new take on the song.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Susan on November 14, 2005
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This is a beautiful selection of songs performed with Sarah Brightman's glorious voice. The combined talents of Andrew Lloyd Webber's music and Sarah's voice make this the kind of CD that one wants to listen to over and over without tiring of it.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By lillypad on November 6, 2005
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Comparisons between the two volumes are inescapable. When one listens to both albums one after the other, the differences are quite obvious. Vol. 1 showcases Sarah Brightman's range clearly, and the songs are melancholy in feeling. Vol 2 on the other hand, shows the more laidback aspect of Brightman's voice. The album is dominated by duets and the most notable is Only You with Cliff Richard. Hearing Michael Ball with Brightman in Seeing is Believing is interesting. His voice seems to vibrate a lot and it's not very pleasant listening to it in my opinion.

As other reviwers have said, the version of love changes everything here is much much better than the earlier ones. There are no strainful high notes, and the songs flows more fluidly... Although half the songs have already been released before, listening to them in this cd seems like the first time. I'm not sure how, maybe just the atmosphere that the first 3 songs set (which are unreleased tracks).

This is a very enjoyable listen, and recommended for every one... For those who grumble because of the increasing number of ALW collections with Sarah Brightman on it, please dont judge them by the similarity in track listing. Just ask yourself why there are no other ALW collections with some other artist starring... Maybe, just maybe, no one can cover the different styles of singing (from Phantom of the Opera to Make Up My Heart) with the same dexterity as Sarah Brightman does.
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