Yanni - Dare To Dream album download
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|A1||Once Upon A Time||3:51|
|A2||A Love For Life||5:07|
|A3||Nice To Meet You
Violin [Acoustic] – Charlie Bisharat
|A4||So Long My Friend
Violin [Acoustic] – Charlie Bisharat
|A5||You Only Live Once||7:19|
|A6||To The One Who Knows||5:37|
|B7||Face In The Photograph||3:47|
Other [Concept By] – Malcolm McLaren, Yanni Vocals – Mona Lisa*
|B11||A Night To Remember||5:47|
|B12||In The Mirror||4:07|
- Distributed By – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. – C193703
- Artwork By [Design] – Norman Moore
- Composed By – Yanni (tracks: 1 to 9, 11, 12)
- Drums [Acoustic And Electronic], Percussion [Acoustic And Electronic] – Charlie Adams
- Mastered By – Chris Bellman
- Other [Management] – Jeff D. Klein
- Photography – Lynn Goldsmith
- Producer, Engineer – Yanni
NotesRecorded at Yanni's private studios.
Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Los Angeles.
All music published by 23rd Street Publishing, Inc. and YanniWorks, administered worldwide by 23rd Street Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP) except "Aria" administered worldwide by 23rd Street Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP) and Malcolm McLaren.
"Aria" is loosely based upon a short, but very beautiful part of the 19th century French opera, Lakmé, by Léo Delibes.
Mona Lisa appears courtesy of Quality Records.
(C) 1992 Private, Inc.
(P) 1992 Private, Inc.
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- Barcode (Scanned): 010058209645
|01005-82096-2||Yanni||Dare To Dream (CD, Album, Dig)||Private Music||01005-82096-2||US||1992|
|262 667||Yanni||Dare To Dream (CD, Album)||Private Music||262 667||Australasia||1992|
|01005-82096-2||Yanni||Dare To Dream (CD, Album)||Private Music||01005-82096-2||US||1992|
|01005-82096-4||Yanni||Dare To Dream (Cass, Album, CrO)||Private Music||01005-82096-4||Canada||1992|
|212 667||Yanni||Dare To Dream (LP, Album)||Private Music, BMG Ariola||212 667||Germany||1992|
Dare to Dream (stylised as DARE to dream) is the eighth studio album by Greek keyboardist and composer Yanni, released in March 1992 on Private Music. The album peaked at No. 2 on Billboard's Top New Age Albums chart and at No. 32 on the Billboard 200 chart in the same year. It went gold within two months of its release and was nominated for a Grammy.
Dare to Dream is Yanni's eighth album, released on the Private Music label in 1992 (see 1992 in music). The album peaked at on Billboard's "Top New Age Albums" chart and at on the "Billboard 200" chart in the same year. The album was followed by the sell-out, 65-city Dare to Dream concert tour which challenged audiences "not to be afraid to dream. G Gold, P Platinum, M Multi-Platinum). Yanni dare to dream 08/06/92 private music g album solo std. Yanni dare to dream 05/05/94 private music p album solo std. The Dare to Dream concert tour.
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Dare to Dream is Yanni's first new material in three years and finds the new age composer fitting his unflinchingly romantic arrangements into tighter song structures. The surging synth backgrounds, insistent piano lines, and general grandiosity that mark Yanni's sound are still intact. But tracks like "Love for Life" or "Nice to Meet You" harness that famously epic energy in smaller stables. This tactic works especially well on the latter track, which is led by the wail of an electric fiddle.
Recorded at Yanni's home studio. Mastered at Los Angeles. com/artist/Malcolm+McLaren" Malcolm McLaren
Yanni's Dare to Dream has long been the music of my dreams. When I've had a hard day, when the week has been stressful, when otherwise those teeth-clenched nerves are frayed, I can always lean on Dare to Dream, a soothing Epsom Salts bath finished with a coconut oil massage along with a refreshing Chia Colada to wake up refreshed the next day. Treat yourself today!
Dare to Dream is Yanni's first new material in three years and finds the new age composer fitting his unflinchingly romantic arrangements into tighter song structures.
The album "In Celebration of Life," was released in 1991, "Dare to Dream" in 1992, and "In My Time" in 1993. And, as if that wasn't enough to keep him busy, Yanni went on tour each of these three years. He received Grammy nominations for "Dare to Dream" and "In My Time" in which the collection of serene piano-focused pieces went on to sell more than a million copies. The album signaled another creative shift in direction and proved a harbinger of things to come. Yanni once again explored the powerful symphonic sounds that marked some of his earlier works but also incorporated more exotic textures. The album featured an array of different instruments, from an Australian didgeridoo, a Celtic violin, and an Armenian duduk to an Indian tabla, as well as a variety of human voices in the form of solo arias, group chants and even lyrics, a rare departure for the instrumentalist.