I obviously didn't know the man personally, but I always got the feeling that Luciano was living a great life. Job he loved, lots of cash, lots of women and, apparently, food. :)Amazing video. Ciao bello.
This piece has the same effect on me. I don't know much about opera, but when I hear this, it's a glimpse into the connection that music has to the soul.
He always made it sound so easy. We'll miss you, Luciano.
We listened to this in my music theory class this morning. I was told it was his favorite song to sing.
Jeez. I've never seen this before and I swore I wasn't gonna cry. But look at me! Misty eyed like a baby! What is this magic?
He was a man of class. Never uttered an editorial about blacks, women or gays like the Rat Pack.
I personally loved his version of "Greased Lightning." It brings tears to MY eyes every time. Every time.Seriously, my favorite piece of his was his contribution to U2's "Miss Sarajevo."If you like opera, and want to cry the one that absolutely makes me cry everytime is the spoken contribution Bono made to Andrea Bocelli's L'incontro (The Introduction) from his album Cieli Di Toscana. Of course it helps if you have children.Pace ed armonia
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