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The Italian tenor is back again - after last year's stellar Opera album, Andrea Bocelli is about to set hearts aflutter with 'Passione', an album of romantic classics inspired by Bocelli's early days, singing requests in bars. It includes duets with artists like Jennifer Lopez and Edith Nelly Furtado, as well as a virtual duet with Edith Piaf.
As part of the huge tradition of Neapolitan songs that emerged in the 50s and beyond, this song (written by the actor Antonio de Curtis) is undoubtedly one that sees Bocelli go back to his roots - a fine way to finish one of Bocelli's most interesting albums to date.
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