|Posted by Eurovision On Top on October 29, 2019 at 2:20 PM|
Christmas is approaching and publishers are preparing for the new record editions of the high season. After summer, it feels good to come back to the couch and listen to a CD of our favorite artists. In the midst of release, many are returning and first try a single and then release a new album if there is considerable success. But others insist on satisfying their most loyal following with new song sets.
From Italy we get three albums that are already doing real damage to the Charts. The edition of Marco Mengoni Atlantico's award-winning album, this time live, with his best performances, is a collection to be reckoned with. Emma Marrone's return, always bellisima, as well as the brilliant edition of Franco Battiato's album "Torneremo Ancora" with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra are moments of Italian music not to be missed.
From Poland, we get two gems from the early days and glory of the country in Eurovision. Kasia Kowalska presents her version of MTV's mythical Unplugged while Justyna, eccentric and controversial, introduces us to a new version of Maria Magdalena, all is one. After a period of rest to catch up on her personal life, the Spanish Pastora Soler returns with Sentir.
In Northern Europe, record buzz is much but much more is going to be expected. From Estonia, Tanja and her colleagues introduce The Swingers CD with versions and not only; Ivo Linna, one of the country's most successful artists, presents us with the traditional Südames Eestimaa. From neighboring Latvia, Triana Park returns with 11. From Finland, Jarkko Ahola in his more metal version brings him Metallisydan as a successor to the successful Mä tuun sun luo, an album that includes hits like Dion Holy Diver and Iron Maiden's Wasted years, but its most surprising choices include Neil Young's Old Man. The album opens with the megahit Alone by Heart which jarkko said he is not very familiar with.