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Album Review

Gary Barlow received the honor of being selected by the Queen — or, more likely, a committee representing the Queen — to write a song to commemorate her Diamond Jubilee in 2012. And so the former Take That singer enlisted Andrew Lloyd Webber as his collaborator for "Sing," a proudly treacly piece of patriotic middlebrow pop, a song puffed up with pomp, circumstance, and sentiment, all elements amplified by a choir of Military Wives who lend their skills to the version by the Commonwealth Band. There's a version that only has Barlow — he also gets the spotlight on a cover of the Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun," the tune representing the brightest jewel in the Commonwealth's pop crown — but this EP is all about ceremony, so it's best when there are many voices obscuring our leader, particularly when they're singing hallowed songs of country like "Land of Hope and Glory," "God Save the Queen," and even "Amazing Grace." This will not appeal to any listeners who like their pop to be frivolous, but those who flipped for Elton John's Di-dedicated "Candle in the Wind" will be right at home.

Customer Reviews

Gary Barlow is an amazing Singer and Songwriter

I am so happy that this is available to download here in the US. What a great and fitting tribute to the Queen for her Diamond Jubilee, celebrating 60 years. The Commonwealth version of "Sing" is beautiful and features musicians and vocalists from different parts of England's commonwealth, from Africa to Australia. Gary took a trip to visit the commonwealth to get their views on what the Queen means to them and to sample them for the track. From his experiences, he co-wrote this song Andrew Lloyd Webber.

I also recommend Here Comes the Sun. I think Gary's voice complements this song very well.

If you like what you hear, check out Take That. Gary is one of the frontmen of the group and they have similarily powerful lyrics and vocals.


A little too.... Lullaby... For me.

There's no other music like that

Gary Barlow of Take That is taking over the world to SING!

Sing, Gary Barlow & The Commonwealth Band
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