Slacker Logo

Three Mo' Tenors

Various Artists 7/24/2001


A play upon the popularity of the original Three Tenors tour, this live recording attempts to document a tribute to both the classically trained voice and the African American experience. Because of its title, the CD almost had to begin with a classic opera piece like "La Donna È Mobile," but the arias are not where these musicians shine. Rather, it is the pop and jazz standards that show up later in the album that really show off the talent of these vocalists (though their performance of "Nessun Dorma" is pretty successful). The disc ranges stylistically from pop vocal to blues to gospel, along with its obligatory classical songs, but one of the most intriguing songs is their Christmas medley, "Have You Heard About the Baby/Glory to the Newborn King." The album closes with a great gospel medley that shows off the power of those classically trained voices better than any aria could, while making a nice tribute to a musical style that throughout history has been an integral part of African American culture.
Read More Read Less
  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 La Donna È Mobile Various Artists 2:26
  3. 2 Let the Good Times Roll Various Artists 3:4
  4. 3 Make Them Hear You Rodrick Dixon 2:39
  5. 4 Ah! Mes Amis Rodrick Dixon 4:25
  6. 5 You Gotta Be a Rug Cutter/It Don't Mean a Thing/I Let a Song Go Out of Various Artists 5:46
  7. 6 The Jazz Cat/Minnie the Moocher Various Artists 4:23
  8. 7 Twisted Thomas Young 3:16
  9. 8 Nessun Dorma Thomas Young 3:34
  10. 9 Today I Sing the Blues Various Artists 4:50
  11. 10 Love Train/Oh Girl/Betcha By Golly Wow/Midnight Train to Georgia Various Artists 6:32
  12. 11 Have You Heard About the Baby/Glory to the Newborn King Various Artists 4:25
  13. 12 Were You There Victor Trent Cook 4:24
  14. 13 America the Beautiful Various Artists 3:40
  15. 14 Let the Praise Begin/Just Come/It's My Time to Be Blessed Various Artists 6:52

Loading Sliders...
  1. + -
  • CHAT
Some UserSample Msg



Casting to |