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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
When you feel in need of a lift...this is better and healthier than a dry martini... April 24 2008
By Julian Kerrell-Vaughan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
She has done it again! Isabel with her extraordinarily luscious and versatile voice has added tango to her repertoire...

I came across this latest of her CDs this evening after an exhausting and largely unrewarding day of teaching.

Within moments of starting to listen to the MP3 extracts, a smile spontaneously announced itself, and I began to revive from my catatonic stupor. My pleasure was rather heightened than otherwise when, listening to 'La Cumparsita', I was involuntarily taken back to memories of Jack Lemmon in a black beaded thirties' cocktail frock, a rose between his teeth, dancing a stupendous tango with Joe Brown in the 1959 smasher,'Some like it Hot'. At this point I was positively Cheshire-cattish...

This is a CD for complete detente and a CD for briskly lifting the spirits; a CD for remembering how good life is, and a CD for forgetting how dreadful it can be; a CD for drinking in lieu of a dry martini, and a CD for indulging with a dry martini; a CD when entertaining guests to dinner, and a CD for dining alone; a CD for cooling anger and a CD for raising passions, a CD for making love and a CD for making bread; a CD for subtle titillating tenderness and a CD for making the Earth move too. And, unsurprisingly, the music lends itself supremely to a damn good dance as well.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Superb artistry. June 15 2008
By Laszlo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The first rate artistry of these performers is undeniable. This concept album, attempting to cover the tango not only as an Argentine art-form, has been superbly conveived. Everyone is at their peak, with due live passion to spare.
My only quibble lies in Ms. Bayrakdarian unidiomatic Spanish. Granted, it is VERY diffult to sing 'argentine' tangos, those 'rrrrs' roll very uniquely (not too soft not too hard) and foreigners can hardly get it right. Also, the soprano's voice seems too beautiful for the built-up force of the last song (Rinascero) difficult to beat Milva here.
My biggest satisfaction came from the arragements by pianist Kradjian. Truly wonderful, unobstrusive and TOTALLY idiomatic.
All in all, a wonderful release worth having. Kudos to soprano & co and much deserved success.