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All Music Guide - Rob Theakston
Til the End of Forever is a treat for die-hard Boltheads. The first half of the album is comprised of freshly minted material that follows the tried and true Bolton formula: well-polished, accessible ballads tempered with upbeat numbers that are wholly inoffensive to the ears. Duets with Liz Sharpe and Jim Brickman help pick the first half up when it could have easily dragged on into monotony, and it ends with a reggae version of Bolton's hit "Said I Loved You...But I Lied." Although it's inexplicable as to why he felt the need to re-record the song in this style, it is nevertheless enjoyable. However, it's the second half of the disc where Bolton truly shines. In a ...
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All Music Guide - Rob Theakston
Til the End of Forever is a treat for die-hard Boltheads. The first half of the album is comprised of freshly minted material that follows the tried and true Bolton formula: well-polished, accessible ballads tempered with upbeat numbers that are wholly inoffensive to the ears. Duets with Liz Sharpe and Jim Brickman help pick the first half up when it could have easily dragged on into monotony, and it ends with a reggae version of Bolton's hit "Said I Loved You...But I Lied." Although it's inexplicable as to why he felt the need to re-record the song in this style, it is nevertheless enjoyable. However, it's the second half of the disc where Bolton truly shines. In a ten-song concert that also doubles as a greatest-hits survey of his career, Bolton tears his way through hit after hit with no filler in sight. While this may not be the ideal place for newcomers to start exploring the mighty Bolton catalog, Til the End of Forever is a must-have for die-hard loyalists.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/13/2005
  • Label: Passion Group
  • UPC: 882667000520
  • Catalog Number: 70005

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Michael Bolton Primary Artist, Vocals, Background Vocals
Tre' Balfour Percussion
Brian BecVar Keyboards
Chris Camozzi Guitar
Schuyler Deale Bass, Bass Guitar
Michael Landau Guitar
Janis Liebhart Vocals, Background Vocals
Scott Mayo Keyboards, Saxophone, Vocals, Background Vocals
Land Richards Drums
Billy Mann Background Vocals
Sylver Logan Sharp Background Vocals
David Delhomme Keyboards
Daniel Wylie Dancer
Ronnie Milo Track Performer
Toby Davis Drums
Jason Delaire Keyboards, Saxophone, Vocals
Virginia Fernando Track Performer
Rich Mazzetta Bass, Guitar
Laura McKinley Track Performer
Mason Munoz Track Performer
Bruce Palley Track Performer
Brian Ranks Bass, Guitar
Liz Sharpe Piano, Background Vocals
Devino Tricoche Percussion
Jochem van der Saag Background Vocals
Jason Delaire Keyboards, Saxophone, Vocals
Sammy "Tre" Balfour Percussion
Technical Credits
Giacomo Puccini Composer
Michael Bolton Arranger, Composer, Producer, Executive Producer, Audio Production
Otis Redding Composer
Desmond Child Composer
Andy Goldmark Composer
Jim Brickman Composer
Chris Camozzi Musical Director
David Cole Engineer
Gary Haase Arranger, Composer, Producer, Audio Production
Richard Hilton Engineer
Robert John "Mutt" Lange Composer
Louis Levin Executive Producer
Phil Magnotti Mastering
Doug McClement Engineer
Alan Menken Composer
Dave Reitzas Arranger, Producer, Engineer, Audio Production
Victoria Shaw Composer
Diane Warren Composer
Billy Mann Arranger, Composer, Producer, Audio Production
David Grow Engineer
Kathy Lewis Cover Photo
Pete Wallace Arranger, drum programming, Guitar Programming
Eric Sanicola Arranger
Alexander Tucker Engineer
Paul Peterson Engineer
Mike Scerra Engineer
Liz Sharpe Composer
Tom Douglas Composer
Jochem van der Saag Arranger, Producer, Engineer, Orchestral Arrangements, Audio Production, Instrumentation
Steven Milo Audio Production
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    TIL THE END OF FOREVER BY MICHAEL BOLTON

    THIS IS A VERY GOOD ALBUM IT COMBINES HIS TOP SONGS INTO ONE ALBUM. IT ALSO SOUNDS GOOD BECAUSE IT IS LIVE AT ONE OF HIS CONCERTS. I'M DEFINTLY GLAD I GOT THIS ALBUM AND ONE WORLD ONE LOVE. I HAVE BEEN PLAYING BOTH ALBUMS JUST ABOUT EVERY DAY.

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