"…Recommended with enormous pleasure. " ~sa-cd.net
The music on Desires is culled from five chart-topping CDs. Armik's fans now have a classic of its kind. It is a classic that surveys Armik's music from 2003 to mid-2005, from Cafe Romantico, one of his most famous and best selling CDs, through to Mar De Suenos, Romantic Dreams, Treasures and Amore De Guitarra. In addition to the great songs that brought Armik's name into the hearts and homes of millions of fans, this recording features two brand new unreleased songs for your listening pleasure: 'Desires' and 'New Love'. With this collection of some of Armik's most romantic music, you'll find yourself genuinely entertained. As well as featuring many of Armik's most celebrated songs…
Trough fabulous Music this movie tracks three generations of musicians and dancers from Russia, Germany, France and the USA, from before World War II through the war and the Holocaust, to the 1980s. Their lives become intertwined through the historical circumstances, and the culmination is the presence of several, including a former Nazi pianist and a French Jewish Holocaust survivor at an anti-famine concert.
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection.
It's easy to say this is the U.S. version of the European released "Valentyne Suite", but it's much more complicated than that. We have some different musicians on this one, and half the songs on here weren't on the original. And the four original tracks have been changed somewhat as well. They kept the same album cover but changed the hue. As Sean Trane says in his review "Did you say confusing ?" I really didn't think this would be nearly as good as the original since the 17 minute title track "Valentyne Suite" was missing from this one (although "The Grass Is Greener" section is included), but I was wrong. The four new tracks are simply outstanding ! And while I wouldn't say they're as good as the "Valentyne Suite", they're good enough (along with the other tracks) to give this 4 stars. I'll review the four new songs that I didn't already review on the "Valentyne Suite" album.