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October 30, 2012 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: October 30, 2012
  • Label: Syco Music UK
  • Copyright: (P) 2012 Simco Limited under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited
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  • Total Length: 35:40
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  • ASIN: B009TZ7WDK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (614 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,955 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

I love Charlotte & Jonathan and the music they sing on this album.
Robert M
They both have truly amazing voices and their journey and story together really comes through in the music as well as their clearly defined talent.
Zackary Ryan Leady
Thank you for giving us the wonderful gift of your voices, and leaving us wanting more.
Lori Kolwyck-Kemp

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161 of 163 people found the following review helpful By karl on October 13, 2012
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Jonathan and Charlotte came in second place on the 2012 season of Britain's Got Talent. The audition video is amazing (available on YouTube). Simon initially panned them, until he heard those voices. He then told Jonathan he should drop Charlotte, Jonathan disagreed. After coming in second, Simon signed them for a million british pounds (about 1.6 million USD). I don't know which was more amazing Simon signing them or actually admitting he was wrong. Either way, while their story is amazing, the truly incredible thing about this album is their talent. Ave Maria is the best rendition I've ever heard. The entire album is an incredible mix of Jonathans powerful operatic tone and Charlotte's sweet pop vocals. It's a mix that's better than... well pretty much anything. Buy it, get a copy for your friends, get another copy for your family... Can you tell I'm a big fan?
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69 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 16, 2012
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If you have never heard Jonathan and Charlotte sing you are in for the treat of a lifetime when you do. First of all Jonathan has to be the greatest tenor of all time, and I say that with my fulllest convition, but paired together with his friend Charlotte, a singing sensation in her own right, the pair will literally blow your socks off. Add to that the fact that ages of this pair is only 17 and you have a treat that will thrill you for ages. Their combination of pop and opera may seem odd, but once you hear it you will be hooked just a millions of fans all over the world have become. I cannot praise this pair highly enough. If you only buy one CD this year, this should be the one.
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66 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Carol Mathis on October 15, 2012
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Jonathan and Charlotte are two of the nicest, most talented and deserving singers you can imagine. Jonathan has been blessed with one of the most amazing tenor voices I have ever heard, and Charlotte has a clear, soulful soprano that perfectly compliments the power and beauty of Jonathan's once-in-a-lifetime voice. The producers did an amazing job of choosing songs appropriate to their talent and youth, and while capturing their operatic skills, never sounds "wrong" for such young singers (they're 17) in their debut album. I have been playing this constantly since I bought it. Fortunately the dogs and cats don't mine, and even though it isn't necessarily my partner's style, she has said repeatedly how beautiful it is. You won't regret this purchase. Listen to :Unintended" on YouTube, as well as their auditions, if you have any questions about whether you should purchase. this album.
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Fred Flintstone on October 18, 2012
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If you haven't watched their Britain's Got Talent audition on You Tube yet, please do so now. I'll wait for you. Make sure you watch the semi-finals and the finals too.

Now that you've got a preview of what is to come, IMO Jonathan and Charlotte are vocal prodigies by any standard you may wish to apply. In just a few short months, they have created an epic treat for the world to enjoy. They took a random chance on what amounts to a talent show. The curmudgeon otherwise known as Simon Cowell took a look and didn't have anything kind to say, until they opened up and sang. Then, the world stood still for a moment. The audience was in shock. Their mouths dropped wide open, their eyes belied the surprise in their hearts. These unassuming young people took the world by complete surprise. The audience got to their feet, they could not help it. Tears came to their eyes. They applauded and they cried.

I've watched that same audition video a hundred times, and I cry EVERY time I watch it.

After joining the standing ovation, Simon's first words were "Oh my god." No one gets a reaction like that from Simon Cowell. Later he said, "Jonathan, you are a future star." Well folks, the future is now. Jonathan IS a star, and so is Charlotte, who was initially dismissed by Cowell.

I find myself wishing I had known a woman like Charlotte Jaconelli when I was that age. What an amazing friend she is. She has really stepped up to the challenge as well. She started out really good, and she has become even better. These two young people are a gift to each other. The magic in this friendship clearly lies in the good hearted nature they share and show to the world. The duet is essential to the magic in this album. If only everyone could have friendships like this one.
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61 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Dashuang on November 3, 2012
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As were millions, I was unexpectedly blown out the window with shock, amazement and pure JOY when the shy, fat kid who looked like he had just walked off the street onto the Britain's Got Talent stage first opened his mouth to sing his gift to the world. Tears and sobbing are involuntary responses for many who hear Jonathan's astounding gift - no matter how many times you replay and savor the overwhelming JOY of his talent once again.

I seriously believe that Jonathan may be holding the most perfect and powerful singing gift in human history. The fact that he is only 17 and sings clearly better than the greatest and most talented tenors on the planet - living or dead - is nothing short of miraculous. I tear up just writing about Jonathan and what he has given and will give to the world.

Regarding the first CD, I must reluctantly echo the reviewers expressing disappointment that Jonathan's mega talent was unfortunately watered down and diluted in the CD production. Although the CD is very good and even wonderful in places, the BGT videos are way more powerful and exciting. All Jonathan fans will want to get the CD anyway, but after only a couple of listens, I find myself feeling frustrated when the orchestra is way too loud, and the choir (completely unnecessary and even annoying) is drowning out the main attraction. The orchestra is too "full" and loud most of the time on the CD. The musical accompaniment should have been quite minimal to focus the listener's ears and attention on the main event.

Charlotte has a very beautiful, sweet voice and is very pleasant to listen to. She is very talented. With the right breaks she could (will probably) have a successful career of her own. Simon's first impression, however, was spot on.
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