The Power of Two

The Power of Two

by Michael Feinstein, Cheyenne Jackson


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The Power of Two 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
musicluvr24 More than 1 year ago
I always enjoy a new (or older) Michael Feinstein recording, and could hardly wait for this one to appear. Cheyenne Jackson was a pleasant surprise, especially when I discovered he was from my own area of the world. These are all great songs, with beautiful arrangements, and backed by great musicians as well. There is nothing not to like with this cd and anyone who likes the Great American Songbook type of songs will thoroughly enjoy this cd. For fans of Cheyenne, I hear there will be a Broadway cast recording of Finian's Rainbow featuring him and Kate Baldwin and the rest of the cast of the new revival, coming up soon.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Disappointed. Michael is a great artist and I have been waiting a long time for a new album. I was very disappointed with the choice of song and quality of the recording. I had pre ordered and did not realize it was in conjunction w/ another artist.
VEG More than 1 year ago
The Power of Two is one of the best cds of the year. The concept is fully realized by these two pros who thoughtfully chose material that not only displays all their phenomenal talents, but tells the story of friendship, love and loss. I didn't think anybody could top Garland's "A Foggy Day" from her "Live At Carnegie Hall Album" 48 years ago, but Cheyenne Jackson takes the song to another level vocally and emotionally. Then he jazzes up "Old Devil Moon" which he is currently singing sublimely in Finian's Rainbow eight times a week. "Old Friend" brought a tear to my eye, sung with poignancy and mellow understatement by Michael Feinstein. For contrast, he growls and wails on some of the great Cole Porter lyrics in "So In Love." Their voices blend beautifully on the duets and they can swing and croon with the best. This album recalls the greatest of Sinatra's albums from the 1950s. What more can I say? Rejoice in The Power of Two!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago