It would not, perhaps, be too much of a stretch to think of Marc-Antoine Charpentier as a sort of late 17th century Poulenc. Poulenc is known for two distinct artistic faces, one a comedian of the zaniest sort, and the other capable of expressing the most profound emotional depth. Charpentier's work lay in almost complete obscurity for nearly two centuries when in the late 20 century it began being brought to light, revealing one of the most fertile and inventive musical minds of the Baroque. He has been known almost exclusively for his religious music, and particularly for his gift for expressing the darkest grief.
This classic account of La Fille du régiment has already seen print in the usual slip box fashion. This mid-price issue gives the same info and pictures (sans the covers, which are unique to each set), but drops the German and Italian translations in favor of French and English only…
2004 anthology from the veteran reggae singing group that includes their best known hits like "Book of Rules", "Games People Play", "Bad Boys" (The Theme to the TV Show "Cops") as Well as a Re-recorded Version of "Sweat" featuring Lady Saw. Also includes five tracks recorded for this Collection as well.
New clip Kat DeLuna track "Wanna See You Dance (La La La)".
The song is the lead single of the singer's third studio album, to be called "ViVa". The track used a sample from the hit group Bellini "Samba de Janeiro" (1997).
It should come as no surprise that the music you listen to as a teenager echoes through your neurological pathways more than any other. Teenage music just means so much - it helps you figure out who you are and who you want to become. You listen to the same things over and over while feeling serious feelings.