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Perhaps LoveArtist: Jonathan & Charlotte
Artist: Jonathan & Charlotte
1. Perhaps Love
2. (Arms Of An) Angel
3. Santa Lucia
4. Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
5. Falling Slowly
6. You've Got The Love
7. O Sole Mio
8. Caro Mio Ben
9. Endless Love
10. Nabucco: "Va Pensiero"
11. It Must Have Been Love
12. When A Child Is Born
13. O Holy Night
More Info:British teenage classical crossover duo Jonathan & Charlotte caused a sensation in the finals of Britain's Got Talent with their stunning performance of "The Prayer" that was watched by over 14.5 million people. Their first album, Together, debuted in the Top 10 on the Billboard Classical Crossover Chart and has sold over 200K worldwide. On their second album, Perhaps Love, these memorable young performers reinvent and reinterpret well-known popular and classical songs from Plácido Domingo, John Denver, Diana Ross, Lionel Richie and more.
Perhaps Love shows how much Jonathan & Charlotte have grown since their first album with a compelling mixture of duets and solos. Highlights include "Perhaps Love," an inventive reimagining of the Plácido Domingo/John Denver classic, the Oscar® winning showstopper from the movie Once, "Falling Slowly," and the immortal Lionel Richie duet "Endless Love." The album also features Jonathan's soul-searching tenor on "O Sole Mio" and "Santa Lucia" and Charlotte's haunting rendition of Sarah McLachlan's "Angel." Says Charlotte, "We've always had a very clear musical vision." Adds Jonathan, "It's limitless, you take any song and make it your own. That's what we ve tried to do with Perhaps Love."