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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.
A gentle bossa groove is not what we've come to expect from Andrea Bocelli over the years. But this is exactly what we get on this song, composed by legendary Italian film score maestro Armando Trovaioli. The title translates roughly as 'Rome, Don't Fool Me Tonight', and the song is all about setting the right mood for romance.
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