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|Ramin Karimloo||Primary Artist, Background Vocals|
|Steve Young||Electric Guitar|
|Tom Nichols||Acoustic Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Keyboards, Background Vocals|
|Mathias Wollo||Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Hammond Organ|
|Pablo Sáinz Villegas||Classical Guitar|
|The Oxford Williamson Orchestra||Performing Ensemble|
|Pete Huntingdon||Percussion, Drums|
|A. L. Webber||Composer|
|Robert John "Mutt" Lange||Composer|
|Steve Orchard||Programming, Engineer, Pro-Tools|
|Tom Nichols||Composer, Programming, Producer, Executive Producer, Pro-Tools|
|Chris Hall||Programming, Pro-Tools|
|John Metcalfe||Orchestration, Orchestral Arrangements|
|Brian Paturalski||Programming, Engineer, Pro-Tools|
|John Cox||Programming, Engineer, Pro-Tools|
|Mathias Wollo||Composer, Programming, Engineer, Pro-Tools|
|Tom Bailey||Programming, Pro-Tools|
|Cathleen Murphy||Executive Producer|
|Davide Venco||Programming, Engineer, Pro-Tools|
|Paul Marc Mitchell||Art Direction|
|Sergio Gaylon||Programming, Pro-Tools|
|Jasper Dent||Programming, Pro-Tools|
Posted January 31, 2013
I heard of Ramin when I saw the 25th anniversary of Phantom of the Opera and thought that his voice was amazing.
I had stumbled upon a youtube video showing Hadley and Ramin promoting this album, then later on I was able to hear few of the songs from this album on the radio.
After listening, I was convinced to buy this album. And I have no regrets. Listening to the whole album makes want to hear it again!
ps. I enjoyed reading the short story of his journey in the booklet.