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July 21, 2016
Format: Audio CD
What is immediately striking, is the large variation in the songs and the music types on this brand new album. Amanda Lear sings cabaret (Let Me Entertain You), disco (Macho Man), chanson (La Rumeur), Italian pop (Prima Del Tuo Cuore), dance (The Best Is Yet To Come), evergreens (Smile)... There are new tracks (The Actress, Catwalk), there are cover versions of famous songs (Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, For Me Formidable) and there are modern remakes of old Lear hits (Follow Me, Fashion Pack). This eclectic album is wonderfully produced by Alain Mendiburu, with nice arrangements by Bob Landser, Gael Brusseleers, Sébastien Arrighi, Anne-Sophie Versnaeyen and Matteo Buzzanca. The mixing was done by Gael Brusseleers. This compact disc includes 18 songs. As a fantastic extra you get a DVD with a show by Amanda Lear. She performs 12 songs of this album. This DVD also includes 7 bonus videos (Chinese Walk, La Bête Et La Belle…). 'Let Me Entertain You' is one of the highlights of Amanda's singing career. This recording is pure indulgence. And this not only for fans. Don’t miss this wonderful creation !
February 12, 2017
Format: MP3 Music
Although not her best album, she's still great! The music is well-written, her vocals are powerful, and her performances in the DVD portion are entertaining. My only criticism for the album is that the tracks are broad, not focusing on a central theme; in other words, lots of genres. Otherwise, it's worth listening to.
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