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Live In Concert

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Product Description

If you’ve never seen Emile in live performance, you may not know how entertaining he really is. This 2 CD set holds the entire audio portion of his performance on February 14, 2011, dedicated (naturally) to the subject of romance. As you listen, you’ll feel like you’re in the front row! Emile is joined on stage by outstanding vocalist Dana Russell for some special numbers, and the show even holds a few surprises. So sit back and enjoy the spirit of love, laughter, music and song, that is Emile Pandolfi Live in Concert.

CD 1 – Act I
1. Introduction  1:09
2. Memory Street   2:04
3. I Only Have Eyes For You  4:15
4. When I Fall in Love  3:14
5. Fairy Tale Romance  1:02
6.Someday My Prince Will Come  2:43
7. Beauty and the Beast  4:14
8. Dinner and a Movie  1:25
9. An Affair to Remember  3:53
10. Valentine  3:40
11. The Extra Large Medium 1:40
12. Three Coins in the Fountain 2:38
13. Growing Up in My House  0:58
14. Bumble Boogie  2:26
15. Paris! 1:52
16. La Vie en Rose  3:32
17. Under Paris Skies  2:54
18. Gershwin 1:07
19. I Got Rhythm  4:11
20. Love Letters 0:55
21. PS I Love You  3:39
22. Get Here  4:35

CD 2 – Act II
23.  Introduction to Act II  0:44
24. Through the Eyes of Love  3:34
25. Somewhere in Time 3:05
26. Tribute to Women 1:39
27. I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face 4:39
28. Renaissance Woman 0:54
29. Georgia On My Mind 4:28
30. Original Songs 0:2
31. Lovin’ Man  2:02
32. I Never Meant to Love You 4:00
33. The Twenties! 1:39
34. Dizzy Fingers 2:46
35. Falling in Love  0:42
36. Taylor, the Latte Boy  4:53
37. Grampa’s Sayings 2:46
38. Moon River  2:48
39. Charade 4:28
40. Goodnight! 1:59
41. All I Ask of You 4:57

About the Pianist

With almost thirty recordings in his own discography, Emile Pandolfi ranks among America’s most popular piano artists. With the majority of his performance repertoire being lush, intricate arrangements of Broadway and standards that form the canon of "The Great American Songbook", his influences are, in fact, more classical than pop. And it is this subjective layering of classical style that Pandolfi infuses onto the broad palette of selections performed in his frequent concerts that resonates with audiences everywhere.