|A1||De L'abîme Au Rivage...|
|A2||Spente Le Stelle|
|A5||Cuor Senza Sangue|
|B1||Reprendo Mai Più...|
|B2||Une Ombre Dans Le Ciel|
|B3||Lucifero, Quel Giorno...|
|B4||Ira Di Dio|
|B6||À La Frontière Du Rêve...|
|823838 2, 823 838 2, 7243 823838 2 6||Emma Shapplin||Carmine Meo (CD, Album)||EMI 100, EMI 100, EMI 100||823838 2, 823 838 2, 7243 823838 2 6||Europe||1997|
|493 198 4||Emma Shapplin||Carmine Meo (Cass, Album)||EMI 100, Gala Records||493 198 4||Russia||1997|
|7243 4 93198 2 0, 4931982||Emma Shapplin||Carmine Meo (CD, Album)||EMI, EMI||7243 4 93198 2 0, 4931982||Australasia||1997|
|8238384||Emma Shapplin||Carmine Meo (Cass, Album)||EMI 100, Comp Music Ltd.||8238384||Ukraine||1997|
|KICP-731||Emma Shapplin||Carmine Meo (CD, Album)||Seven Seas, King Records||KICP-731||Japan||2000|
Carmine Meo is the debut album by French soprano Emma Shapplin, released in December 1997. The album brought Shapplin worldwide attention, selling over two million copies and being certified multi-platinum. Yaël Benzaquen - Vocal Coach. Virginie Borgeaud - Management. Michel DeFolligne - Collaboration, Coordination. Chistopher Deschamps - Drums. Régis Dupré - Brass Conductor, Conductor, String Conductor. Vic Emerson - Artistic Director, Choir/Chorus, Orchestral Arrangements.
Carmine Meo, however, sidesteps this problematic phenomenon altogether by making up its own classical music and then turning it into pop. That's right, most of the numbers on the album, even though they sound like lush, romantic arias, are originals. And despite the disheveled-hair packaging of Emma Shapplin and the truly bad poem she contributes to the liner notes, it works. Why? Because Shapplin, notwithstanding her ber voice, sings with absolute conviction, and because her team is determined to entertain
Carmine Meo (Cass, Album). EMI 100, Gala Records (5). 493 198 4. Russia. 7243 4 93198 2 0, 4931982. Carmine Meo (Cass, Album). EMI 100, Comp Music Ltd. 8238384. Carmine Meo (CD, Album).
Carmine Meo. Emma Shapplin (. a Marie-Ange Chapelain) isn't exactly what one expects an opera singer to be. She is an extremely nice (and sexy, dare I say this) French mademoiselle. Oui, that kind of irresistible beauty you normally see at a French or Italian Haute-Couture defilee. Incidentally, Emma Shapplin studied Bel canto, met a pop-rock composer (Jean-Patrick CapdeVille) and issued a record that sold something like 2 million copies worldwide. Carmine Meo is a very strange album: imagine 12 tracks (songs?) with ancient 14th-century Italian texts sung among modern Music atmospheres. Got it? No? Well, I'll try to help a little bit more. Before you make a (big) mistake, Emma Shapplin isn't a female version of Andrea Boccelli.
Carmine Meo is the debut album from French soprano Emma Shapplin and the album that brought her worldwide attention. The album has sold over two million copies and went multi-platinum shortly after it's initial release in 1997. On her second release, Etterna, she decided to perform in baroque (17th century) Italian. In particular, she used the spelling "Etterna" for the album and track title because this is the way Dante wrote, rather than the modern Italian "Eterna". Shapplin has cooperated with Greek singer George Dalaras and she visits Greece almost every year for concerts in Athens' ancient Odeon of Herodes Atticus.
Cool & Classy Cuerpo Sin Alma (Take On Emma Shapplin).
More albums from Emma Shapplin: The Concert in Caesarea by Emma Shapplin. Etterna by Emma Shapplin. Dust Of A Dandy by Emma Shapplin. Macadam Flower by Emma Shapplin. 5. Cuor Senza Sangue.