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Russell continues to amaze

Russell has displayed a rather incredible range of musical abilities over the past few years. His classical/operatic work remains his strongpoint (listen to Nessun Dorma for proof). His inspiration/rock oriented "Where my heart will take me", the theme to Star Trek: Enterprise showed a flare for more mainstream, popular music. Now "That's Life" brings us a new flavour of Watson's voice, this time, in the style of swing. Unfortunetly, his first attempt at this genre is less than impressive. It pales in comparrison to the work of Michael Buble among others and he generally sounds like he is out of his depth. The vocals are flat, and his articulation is a little sloppy. It actually sounds like he is trying to combine opera with swing. Whether or not this was his intention, the fact remains that it doesn't work. Russell has a remarkable voice for the opera, and even rock/pop. But when it comes to swing, he has a way to go.

Very good

This Cd is actually very good their are several great songs on this cd, a good swing cd from Mr. Watson

That's Life Review

Russell Watson burst on to the scene a number of years ago now with an amazing voice that captivated many countries. Whilst it's great to see and hear another album, "The Voice" is just not the same as experienced in his first two albums. The classical Tenor voice is no where near as powerful as it has been and the song selections perhaps have contributed to this. Overall, Russell Watson's first two albums were 5 out of 5, sadly, this one is just a 2. Oh well... That's Life!


Born: 23 November 1966 in Salford, Lancashire, England

Genre: Vocal

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

British tenor Russell Watson became an opera singer by freak occurrence. While he was regularly singing in bars and clubs in the Manchester suburbs, an owner of one such venue told Watson that he thought his voice was better suited for opera and requested that he learn Puccini's "Nessun Dorma," which he did and promptly added to his set. Watson eventually signed with Decca Records, issuing his debut, entitled The Voice, in September of 2000. Nicknamed "the People's Tenor" (since he likes to chat...
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