If you're reading this you probably know all about Andrea and all the other Italian tenors of his cohort. You also know that he revived the public's love of romantic tenors which has now adopted other youngsters like Paul Potts and Josh Grogan. I'm especially impressed by the musical arrangements on this CD. Each song has it's own instrumentation and very unique mix of voices and accompaniment. Most ballad singers (e.g. Sinatra) have one orchestra, one arranger. Each song here is fresh and seems like a different singer, which also reminds me of how Bocelli's voice can take on different textures and can sound so good at all pitches. You can't help wanting to lean Italian and to be able to sing like him, and you have to listen to this alone so you can (try) sing along. There's something about that voice!