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Sharon Isbin's friends, a combination of old and new associates, are an eclectic lot on this album, and it may seem curious that a disc featuring jazz guitarist Stanley Jordan as well as rock guitarists Steve Morse, Steve Vai, and Nancy Wilson of Heart, not to mention new age saxophonist Paul Winter, would be slated for Billboard's Traditional Classical Albums chart instead of the Classical Crossover Albums chart. The reason is that Isbin has brought her guests into her world, for the most part, rather than venturing into theirs. One exception is a reading of Heart's "Dreamboat Annie," on which Wilson not only plays but also sings a few of the lyrics usually handled by her sister Ann. Morse and Vai bring their electric guitars along and wield them in characteristic ways on Joaquín Rodrigo's Adagio from Concierto de Aranjuez and Agustín Barrios-Mangoré's Allegro, respectively, but their playing really just adds color, especially Morse, who only comes in around the nine-minute mark after an extensive interplay between Isbin and Romero Lubambo. Jordan also adapts himself to Quique Sinesi's Sonidos de Aquel Dia, even if the arrangement is his. Actually, a substantial part of the album belongs to Isbin alone, and it is dominated, as may already be apparent, by Spanish material, a point hinted at in the word "Passions" in the title. For example, Isbin takes on an arrangement of Isaac Albéniz's Asturias arranged by her old teacher, Andrés Segovia, and concludes with two parts of Mangoré's La Catedral. Her major partner is Lubambo, who also joins in on a version of Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Chovendo na Roseira." Still, the various guests add interesting flavors to this sampler, and an entire album with one of them might make for an interesting listen.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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1
Porro
00:02:28

David Frost, Producer - Gentil Montana, Composer - Gustavo Colina, Arranger - Sharon Isbin, Guitar

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Sonidos de aquel dia
00:03:43

David Frost, Producer - Quique Sinesi, Composer - Sharon Isbin, Guitar - Stanley Jordan, Arranger - Stanley Jordan, Guitar

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

3
'Adagio' from Concierto de Aranjuez
00:13:05

David Frost, Producer - Joaquin Rodrigo, Composer - Laurindo Almeida, Arranger - Romero Lubambo, Guitar - Sharon Isbin, Guitar - Steve Morse, Guitar

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Asturias
00:07:18

Andrés Segovia, Transcriber - David Frost, Producer - Isaac Albeniz, Composer - Sharon Isbin, Guitar

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Allegro
00:03:41

Agustin Barrios Mangoré, Composer - David Frost, Producer - Sharon Isbin, Guitar - Steve Vai, Arranger - Steve Vai, Guitar

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Dreamboat Annie
00:04:02

Ann Wilson, Composer - David Frost, Producer - Nancy Wilson, Composer - Nancy Wilson, Guitar - Nancy Wilson, Vocal - Sharon Isbin, Guitar

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

7
Alfonsina y el Mar
00:05:58

Ariel Ramirez, Composer - David Frost, Producer - Jorge Cardoso, Arranger - Sharon Isbin, Guitar

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Chovendo na Roseira
00:03:56

Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Carlos Barbosa, Arranger - David Frost, Producer - Romero Lubambo, Arranger - Romero Lubambo, Guitar - Sharon Isbin, Guitar

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

9
Carinhoso
00:04:11

Alfredo Da Rocha Viana Junior Aka Pixinguinha, Composer - Carlos Barbosa, Arranger - David Frost, Producer - Gaudencio Thiago de Mello, Percussion - Rosa Passos, Arranger - Rosa Passos, Vocal - Sharon Isbin, Guitar

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

10
O Presidente
00:02:31

Daniel Wolf, Arranger - David Frost, Producer - Gaudencio Thiago de Mello, Composer - Gaudencio Thiago de Mello, Percussion - Paul Winter, Soprano Saxophone - Sharon Isbin, Guitar

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

La Catedral (Agustín Barrios Mangoré)

11
Andante religioso
00:01:56

Agustin Barrios Mangoré, Composer - David Frost, Producer - Sharon Isbin, Guitar

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

12
Allegro solomne
00:03:39

Agustin Barrios Mangoré, Composer - David Frost, Producer - Sharon Isbin, Guitar

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

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Sharon Isbin's friends, a combination of old and new associates, are an eclectic lot on this album, and it may seem curious that a disc featuring jazz guitarist Stanley Jordan as well as rock guitarists Steve Morse, Steve Vai, and Nancy Wilson of Heart, not to mention new age saxophonist Paul Winter, would be slated for Billboard's Traditional Classical Albums chart instead of the Classical Crossover Albums chart. The reason is that Isbin has brought her guests into her world, for the most part, rather than venturing into theirs. One exception is a reading of Heart's "Dreamboat Annie," on which Wilson not only plays but also sings a few of the lyrics usually handled by her sister Ann. Morse and Vai bring their electric guitars along and wield them in characteristic ways on Joaquín Rodrigo's Adagio from Concierto de Aranjuez and Agustín Barrios-Mangoré's Allegro, respectively, but their playing really just adds color, especially Morse, who only comes in around the nine-minute mark after an extensive interplay between Isbin and Romero Lubambo. Jordan also adapts himself to Quique Sinesi's Sonidos de Aquel Dia, even if the arrangement is his. Actually, a substantial part of the album belongs to Isbin alone, and it is dominated, as may already be apparent, by Spanish material, a point hinted at in the word "Passions" in the title. For example, Isbin takes on an arrangement of Isaac Albéniz's Asturias arranged by her old teacher, Andrés Segovia, and concludes with two parts of Mangoré's La Catedral. Her major partner is Lubambo, who also joins in on a version of Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Chovendo na Roseira." Still, the various guests add interesting flavors to this sampler, and an entire album with one of them might make for an interesting listen.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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