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  • Audio CD (Nov. 9 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00063M112
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #78,597 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Dell'Amore Non Si Sa
2. L'Attesa
3. Un Nuovo Giorno
4. Tu Ci Sei
5. Sin Tu Amor
6. Libertà
7. Per Noi
8. Le Parole Che Non Ti Ho Detto
9. Sempre O Mai
10. In Canto
11. Quante Volte Ti Ho Cercato
12. When A Child Is Born
13. Go Where Love Goes

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Andrea is Bocelli's first pop release since Cieli di Toscana (2001), which was the successor to his multi-platinum selling albums Sogno and Romanza. The new album has a distinctly international flavor and features 13 songs in Italian, English and Spanish.

It's no mean feat being the world's foremost crossover artist--a task that risks alienating two disparate audiences and everyone in between--but somebody had to do it, and Andrea Bocelli again walks that artistic tightrope with impressive deftness. The title may imply a casual intimacy (indeed, the singer admits to taking a more "hands-on" approach to the album's conception and production), but it's a collection that nonetheless continues to expand on the Italian tenor's ambitious internationalism. His collaboration "Sin Tu Amor" immerses his voice in the Gipsy Kings' own rich Iberian folk-pop fusion with compelling results, while "Where Love Goes" (a musical focal point of the film Lazarus Child), his English language duet with 11-year-old prodigy Holly Stell, achieves an almost liturgical grace. "Tu Ci Sei" (You Are There) continues in the romantic vein of his familiar theme "Con Te Partiro" (Time to Say Goodbye), while the single "Dell' Amore Non Si Sa" (With Love You Never Know) features Bocelli in a signature dramatic tour de force collaboration with arranger Mauro Malavasi, the accomplished producer of the singer's Romanza and Sogno albums. Bocelli's shrewd taste and vocal prowess here not only again redeem an oft-maligned genre, but elevate it considerably in the bargain. --Jerry McCulley

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Jan. 30 2005
Format: Audio CD
What can I say? I'm speechless!
All you can do is listen and all you can say is: WOW!
There are no words to describe the perfection of this CD.
The voice is pure gold, the melodies touching and uplifting, complex enough that the brain needs a little workout to remember them, but once you do remember them, you travel on the most beautiful trip with each song. And the voice!!! I have truly never heard a most beautiful voice. It is more than a voice, it's an instrument; it picks you up and takes you on a magic carpet ride. It is not fake, it is sincere and sensitive, every word elevated by the nuance, the absolute perfect touch of the voice flowing like liquid gold.
This album blows me away. Once is not enough. Caution: This product may be addictive.
Thank you, Andrea, for a priceless gift. You make my days.
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Some of Andrea's songs are simply breathtaking, just not the ones on this SACD. And there is no advantage to the SACD version of this one against standard CD
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71 of 81 people found the following review helpful
Another Beautiful CD by Andrea!!!!! Nov. 10 2004
By Richard D. Cappetto - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
WOW Andrea is truly a Beautiful CD. This is Andrea's 6th "pop" release (4th In the USA) and it is really his most "pop" album to date. The others are more "POPRA" a combination of tenor singing and POP, while this CD, Andrea, is pop through and through (with the exception of In canto, which is classical). It really shows Bocelli's versility to not only be a wonderful tennor but aslo a wonderful pop singer. Its one beautiful song after another.
hear is a song by song look at the CD,
1) Dell'Amore Non Si Sa Love it very melodrma-ish, it will be a HIT for sure.

2) L'Attesa. A very pretty song and very radio friendly

3) Un Nuovo Giorno. Has HIT written all over it, nice pop style singing.

4) Tu Ci Sei. Very Good song; ladies this is like Bo singing in your ear while your dancing with him :) Just picture that when you listen to this song. Great vocal control to sing so high and soft at the same time.

5) Sin Tu Amor. This is done in spanish, I LOVE IT, love the blend of vocals with Reyes (Of the Gypsy Kings) and the Guitar work. BIG BIG hit in latin areas for sure.

6) Liberta. very good but no con te partio, still very pretty.

7) Per Noi. very good, I like the way it goes up and down a scale. Its a Very romantic song.

8) Le Parole Che Non Ti Ho Detto. I LOVE it; its my favorite on the CD. One of his best chores' in music History, for sure, a beautiful song.

9) Sempre O Mai. Love it, very popish, very radio friendly, very familiar.

10) In Canto. A very Pretty song, very romanza-ish.

11) Quante Volte Ti Ho Cercato. Great song, it goes up and down a scale as well, my second fav on the CD.

12) When A Child Is Born, a good song also in english. It is in a westen sytle but ends with a heck of a good tennor note.

13) Go Where Loves Goes. In english, a beautiful duet with a yong new comer named Holly Stell, it will be huge.

Overall Andrea is a beautiful CD, you can put it on, sit back and get lost in the hills of Tuscany. This is a must have essential Bocelli CD.
23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Andrea Bocelli's Andrea is the most awesome album from him yet! Jan. 25 2006
By M. Carpenter - Published on
Format: Audio CD
It's true. This is Andrea's most sophisticated and, I think, most personal album to date. Fans who have been waiting since his Cieli di Toscana will not be disappointed. This is a genuine pop album. Definitely not crossover. I've let many people listen to it who thought that they wouldn't like it because it is an "opera singer," but most of them have thoroughly enjoyed it. It is a true relief from the noisey and meaningless music and lyrics of most pop music today. Definitely a must for any great music lover's collection.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
A more personal Andrea March 24 2005
By Laura Anne Griffin - Published on
Format: Audio CD
It is no coincidence that this album bears Andrea's own name. It is a more personal venture than his other CD's, in that he lets more of himself show through in the material and delivery. For example, there is irony and passion in Sempre o Mai, lightheartedness in the lovely Semplicimente (available on a foreign edition of this CD -- not to be missed -- find it wherever you can). There is great elegance and a quiet assurance in the simple song, Per Noi. Andrea is not afraid to go back to his pop roots in songs like Un Nuovo Giorno, reminding us that he is still capable of delivering a true pop performance right alongside a gorgeous semi-operatic song like In-Canto that hints of his greatness in opera.

It is this variety and the personal touch that made me grow to love this CD. The only reason why it is not getting 5 stars has to do with the production, not Andrea's incredible vocal performance or the song selections. But I am grading on a curve, here -- a 4-star Bocelli CD is still a treasure that you will listen to over and over and over......
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Music that catches the heart!! March 25 2006
By Eron's mom - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I am a newcomer to this artist and recently heard him during a skating event...wonderful!! This was a beautiful CD and altho primarily in Italian, wonderful listening!! I keep it in my car and am blown away every time. Have ordered two of his CDs and not been disappointed!! The reviews on also helped me decide...along with the music snippets...which ones I wanted to try.
19 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Back in the game again! Oct. 5 2005
By Daisy1 - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I became a fan after hearing "Cieli di Toscana." I also liked "Romanza" and "Sogno."

"Sentimento," however, seemed as dry as dust bunnies by comparison. (His promo appearance on AOL didn't help, either - he looked old, unkempt, and ill, but of course that doesn't show up on the CD.)

I was dubious about "Andrea" after being so disappointed with "Sentimento." To my delight, I LOVED the new release. Andrea is back in form as the multi-faceted performer that we enjoy, doing ballads and love songs that gladden the heart. He even uses his gravelly "jailhouse" voice on "Un Nuovo Giorno," which is probably my favorite song on this CD.

If you liked "Cieli di Toscana," I'd be willing to bet that you'll like "Andrea" as much or better!