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Download links and information about Encore by Sarah Brightman. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 51:20 minutes.

Artist: Sarah Brightman
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock, Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 15
Duration: 51:20
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No. Title Length
1. Whistle Down the Wind 3:28
2. Away from You 3:29
3. Guardami (With One Look) [Italian Version] 3:38
4. Think of Me (featuring Steve Barton) 3:15
5. One More Walk around the Garden 3:18
6. Surrender 3:06
7. If I Ever Fall in Love Again 3:59
8. Half a Moment 3:59
9. Piano (Memory) [Italian Version] 5:07
10. What More Do I Need 3:04
11. There Is More to Love 2:34
12. The Last Man in My Life 3:10
13. In the Mandarin's Orchid Garden 3:17
14. Nothing Like You've Ever Known 3:11
15. Chi Il Bel Sogno Di Doretta 2:45



Ex-husband Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Records can be accused of scraping the bottom of the barrel in its second compilation of old Sarah Brightman tracks released to take advantage of the singer's international popularity due to her albums Time to Say Goodbye, Eden, and La Luna, all recorded for a different company. Happily, even the bottom of the barrel contains some excellent material, even after the cream was skimmed off with The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection. During and after her marriage to Lloyd Webber, Brightman performed on the Original London Cast recording of The Phantom of the Opera and recorded the albums The Songs That Got Away (1989) and Surrender (1995), and that's the material sampled here, that is, the remaining tracks that weren't used on The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection. There are four songs recorded for those album sessions that were not released — Lloyd Webber's "Whistle Down the Wind," Burton Lane and Alan Jay Lerner's "One More Walk Around the Garden," Stephen Sondheim's "What More Do I Need," and George and Ira Gershwin's "In the Mandarin's Orchid Garden." The last three, fairly obscure songs by well-known show-music songwriters, are typical of the non-Lloyd Webber choices found on The Songs That Got Away and Surrender. Also typical are the Lloyd Webber oddities, such as Italian-language versions of "With One Look" from Sunset Boulevard and "Memory" from Cats. If the mixed bag of material works, it's because of the unflappable Brightman, who doesn't only gamely undertake the selections, but throws herself into them, making "Piano" (as "Memory" somehow comes out in Italian) sound like an opera selection. "What More Do I Need," a comic celebration of love in dirty old New York, is beyond her, but not much else is.