Reviews September 2014

Reviews – September 2014



Barbra Streisand – Partners

Columbia Records

Partners is comprised of 12 duets with the world’s greatest male vocalists, many of which are regarded as Streisand Classics. Among the songs included are Love Me Tender with Elvis Presley, The Way We Were with Lionel Richie, What Kind Of Fool with John Legend, I Can Still See Your Face with Andrea Bocelli, New York State of Mind with Billy Joel, It Had To Be You with Michael Bublé.



Elena & Los Fulanos – Miel Venenosa

Elena Musical

Miel Venenosa es un disco completo de 13 canciones en inglés y español, y contiene estilos y temas que demuestran la identidad bicultural del grupo. “Carolina,” una canción sobre el deseo de escaparse a un estado sureño de los EE.UU. usa elementos de la música “folk” y “county” americana, mientras “Amor Migrante,” es una canción de amor de una madre inmigrante que dejó a su hijo en su país.




Petals On The Wind


Ptals on the Wind continues to follow the twisted plight of the Dollanganger family as they attampt to put their sordid past behind them. But, as they soon discover, certain secrets can’t be left behind. Cathy returns to Foxworth Hall to confront her grandmother and seek revenge on her mother. Christopher runs to Cathy’s side, and the two are determined to start over again, together.



I Am Happiness On Earth

Breaking Glass Pictures

In I Am Happiness on Earth, Emiliano looks at his life with the eyes of a film director, mixing the objective reality with the processes of artistic creation. The story he is filming flounders with his daily life, until his world is trapped in the lens of his camera. Confused, always alone and in front of a screen, now a transfigured reality, but at the same time a measurable, controllable and manipulable one.