Monday, November 21, 2016

CD Review: Susan Boyle Gives Us "A Wonderful World" & Tania Stavreva Delivers Her "Rhythmic Movement"

Singer Susan Boyle exploded onto the music scene in 2009 with her amazing voice as she finished second on "Britain's Got Talent." Since then, she has released six studio albums and her seventh just arrived on November 4th, titled "A Wonderful World." It features Boyle performing ten classic, all-time greats including "What A  Wonderful World" and "When You Wish Upon A Star." Some of the amazing tunes featured on this new release are her virtual duet with Nat King Cole on "When I Fall In Love" and her other duet with Michael Bolton on "Somewhere Out There." Boyle's voice is perfect as she can make any song her own, including Willie Nelson's "Always On My Mind" and Paul McCartney's "Mull Of Kintyre." She also adds an innocence to Madonna's "Like A Prayer." Once again, she delivers a great album of well-known songs that becomes innocent with her vocals soaring above. To find out more about Susan Boyle and her latest release "A Wonderful World," please visit

Bulgarian-born pianist Tania Stavreva will be releasing her debut album titled "Rhythmic Movement" on January 6th. The classical piano album has a very modern jazz feel, beginning with the introduction of the title song, "Rhythmic Movement." Tania keeps the music going with the quick, up-tempo swing of "Ratchenitza" and the more steady climbing, classical appeal of "Mouvement Rythmique." The beautiful piano tones of "Danza de la Moza Donosa" and fast-pace of "Jazz Cncert Etude Prelude" along with "Jazz Concert Etude Toccatina" showcases Tania's talent as her fingers move swiftly up and down the keys. Her new fourteen-song release finishes with the playful build-up of "White Lies For Lomax" and rising, modern sound of the "Ritmico y Distorsionado." To find out more about Tania Stavreva and her latest release "Rhythmic Movement," please visit

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