The Tuscan tenor's fourth U.S. release debuted at #1 on the Billboard
World Music chart, went double platinum and earned a Grammy(r) nomination. Italian for "dream," Sogno
("sone-yo") features 14 songs of life and love, sung by the world's most beautiful voice.
Andrea Bocelli's Sogno
("Dream") is a pop album of entirely original compositions that evoke traditional and modern influences. Bocelli himself describes the CD as secular Italian traditional melodic music with a contemporary twist. The album's 14 tracks include "The Prayer," a Bocelli and Celine Dion
duet produced by David Foster; "Come un Fiume Tu," an intriguing collaboration with soundtrack maestro Ennio Morricone
; "O Mare e Tu," a duet with Dulce Pontes
; and "Sogno" (the first single excerpted from the album), a light-as-a-feather, emotional composition sung by Bocelli with his typical vocal emphasis, which has made him famous around the world since the release of his self-titled debut. --Ernesto De Pascale