For years violinist André Rieu has virtually defined romance with his haunting and beautiful style and timeless music. Now viewers can enjoy some of the PBS Musical Artist of the Year's most touching tunes performed live at some of Europe's most exotic locales.
Love Songs is an English language compilation of mainly love songs by Julio Iglesias released in 2004. It contains his greatest English language hit - his duet with Willie Nelson on "To All The Girls I've Loved Before" which reached the top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100. It also features a duet with Dolly Parton on "When You Tell Me You Love Me" as well as a live version of "As Time Goes By" from Casablanca. Iglesias departs from the love song theme on the album with a version of Don McLean's "Vincent" ("Starry Starry Night").
Oboe and English horn lead the lush Avalon Strings through Summertime, Love is Here to Stay, Someone to Watch Over Me and ten more Gershwin classics. Instrumentation includes English horn, oboe & strings.
72 tracks across 4CDs, nice compilation of love songs covering 60's to present day.
Spanning two discs and over two decades' worth of music, Alabama's In the Mood: The Love Songs collects the most romantic moments from the band's body of work, including "Close Enough to Perfect," "Feels So Right," "How Do You Fall in Love," and "The Closer You Get." Indeed, love songs play a fairly significant part in the band's career – many of the tracks included here, such as "Fallin' Again," "Touch Me When We're Dancing," "Lady Down on Love," and "In Pictures," also appear on For the Record, Alabama's collection of chart-topping singles. All of this means In the Mood: The Love Songs is a consistent collection of the band's easygoing, sentimental songs, and while it doesn't replace a more straightforward greatest-hits compilation, it should please the band's fans as well as anyone partial to romantic country.
Wishing to escape the superstar expectations that sank Blind Faith before it was launched, Eric Clapton retreated with several sidemen from Delaney & Bonnie to record the material that would form Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs…
New & original romantic, relaxing, sensual jazz vocal songs and instrumentals, with sax, piano, and guitar: featuring remarkably talented singers & instrumentalists who are all Artists in their own right.
A fine companion piece to the earlier Best of My Love: The Best of the Emotions, this 13-track compilation focuses on the trio's most affecting songs of love, not only of the romantic variety but the spiritual as well. The majority of the songs are drawn from the group's mid-1970s efforts Flowers and Rejoice; the former, produced by Maurice White and the great Charles Stepney, remains the Emotions' most personal and accomplished work, a gorgeously arranged set that showcases both their solo and harmony vocals to beautifully ethereal effect.