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November 1st, 2005 12:30pm EST
Sarah BrightmanSarah Brightman is one of the all time best selling recording artists. Her albums continually dominate the Billboard Charts and her CD sales have exploded into the millions. With sold-out concerts and the media consistently covering her every move, Brightman's profile remains as hot as ever.

The Sarah Brightman/Andrew Lloyd Webber collaboration is one of the most successful in music history. All of the songs on this album are by musical theater legend Andrew Lloyd Webber and bear his unmistakable high quality stamp. Brightman performs them with an ease and perfection of few other artists.

Fans of both Brightman and Webber will be pleased with the release of "The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection: Volume Two," which includes 14 showtunes. Two tracks are repeats from her first collection, including the title track from "The Phantom Of The Opera," (which features Steve Harley replacing Michael Crawford from the first volume); and a rehash of "Don't Cry For Me Argentina," this time in Spanish, from "Evita." In addition to the six fantastic previously unreleased tracks, the inclusion of songs from "Starlight Express," "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," and "Jesus Christ Superstar" give "Volume Two" much more depth than its predecessor, and the remastering by Webber himself is magical.

Read Starpulse's review of Love Changes Everything: The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection, Vol. 2

Check out these clips from the new disc:
"I Don't Know How To Love Him" from the play "Jesus Christ Superstar"
"Seeing Is Believing" from the play "Aspects of Love"
"Love Changes Everything" from the play "Aspects of Love"