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    Lead with Your Heart

    The Tenors - Lead with Your Heart

    2012 | Verve 

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    All Music Guide Review

    Released three years after Remigio Pereira, Victor Micallef, Fraser Walters, and Clifton Murray topped the holiday charts with 2009's certified platinum Christmas outing The Perfect Gift, the Canadian Tenors third full-length outing, the 12-track Lead with Your Heart, draws on influences from all over the world and from numerous genres. A lush mix of classical, opera, and pop, the album includes stirring renditions of Bob Dylan's "Forever Young," Elton John's "Sorry Seems to Be The Hardest Word," the much-beloved aria “Nessun Dorma,” and new compositions that were co-written by the Tenors themselves. Lead with Your Heart also features guest appearances from Chris Botti ("Lullaby [The Smile Upon Your Face]") and Natalie Grant ("Amazing Grace"), and will be eventually be accompanied by a PBS concert special CD/DVD that was recorded at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas., Rovi

    Credits of Lead with Your Heart

    • Johan Fransson
    • Programming, Producer, Vocal Arrangement, Vocal Producer, Orchestration
    • The Tenors
    • Arranger, Vocals (Background), Producer, Vocal Arrangement
    • Marco Mariangeli
    • Arranger, Programming, Engineer, Vocal Arrangement, Vocal Producer, Orchestration, Producer
    • Tim Pierce
    • Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Guitar
    • Bernie Herms
    • Piano, Programming, Orchestration, String Arrangements, Vocal Arrangement, Producer, Keyboards, Arranger, Composer
    • Andy Selby
    • Programming, Mixing, Sound Design, Editing
    • Robbie Buchanan
    • Guitar (Acoustic), Orchestration, Vocal Arrangement, Producer, Piano, Keyboards, Arranger
    • Bob Ezrin
    • Arranger, Producer, Engineer, Vocal Arrangement, Vocal Producer, Mixing, Keyboards

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