Sarah Brightman Releases Lloyd Webber Collection Oct. 25

News   Sarah Brightman Releases Lloyd Webber Collection Oct. 25 Original Phantom of the Opera star Sarah Brightman, who was formerly married to its composer, Andrew Lloyd Webber, will release her second collection of Lloyd Webber tunes Oct. 25.

Entitled "Love Changes Everything: The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection Vol. 2," the recording is now available in stores on the Decca Broadway label. The 14-track disc features six previously unreleased Brightman tracks as well as duets with Michael Ball, John Barrowman and Cliff Richard. The complete track listing for "Love Changes Everything: The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection Vol. 2" follows:
"Probably on Thursday" (lyric by Tim Rice) - previously unreleased
"The Perfect Year" (Sunset Boulevard) - previously unreleased
"Love Changes Everything" (Aspects of Love) - previously unreleased
"Only You" (Starlight Express)- duet with Cliff Richard
"Seeing is Believing" (Aspects of Love)- duet with Michael Ball, previously unreleased
"Think of Me" (Phantom of the Opera)- duet with Steve Barton
"Any Dream Will Do" (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat)
"I Don't Know How to Love Him" (Jesus Christ Superstar)
"Too Much In Love To Care" (Sunset Boulevard)- duet with John Barrowman, previously unreleased
"The Phantom of the Opera" (Phantom of the Opera) - duet with Steve Harley
"Make Up My Heart" (Starlight Express) - previously unreleased
"No Llores Por Mi Argentina" (Evita)- Spanish language version of "Don't Cry For Me Argentina"
"Everything's Alright" (Jesus Christ Superstar)
"Whistle Down the Wind" (Whistle Down the Wind)

Sarah Brightman, who had a seventies dance hit on the British pop charts, caught the public's attention in Andrew Lloyd Webber's megahit The Phantom of the Opera when she created the role of opera singer Christine Daae. She also appeared in Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love before launching an internationally successful concert and recording career. In fact, her duet with tenor Andrea Boccelli, "Time to Say Goodbye," was certified gold in the U.S. and was number one on the Billboard charts for over 30 weeks. Her other solo recordings include “Encore,” “Classics,” “Fly,” “La Luna,” “Timeless,” “Eden,” “Fly 2,” “Dive,” “As I Came of Age,” “Songs That Got Away” and “Sarah Brightman Sings the Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber.”

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