Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Low Key by Regine Velasquez

It's been a while since my last post , I'm not that too busy , I'm just not in a mood to post some updates this past few weeks. I apologize to my co-bloggers since I was not able to respond on their messages, but don't ya worry people , I'm back on the track and hey! you know that do happen , ayt?

One of the few memorable things that happened to me last month was when my boyfriend and I went to Glorietta to watch the album launching of my fave singer, Regine Velasquez. He's not an avid fan of Regine but he definitely like the selection of songs mostly from the 80's. And I Love You So , which was originally sang ( i guess) by Perry Como but the Don McLean version is what he liked most was also included on the album. The album consists of revival songs of Beatles, Janis Ian, Billy Joel and other famous various artists. The song which touch my heart was Leader of the Band , originally sang by Dan Fogelberg. Regine Velasquez will be having a tour at Eastwood City this month, so for all of you who like a touch of sweet mellow old music, grab a copy of Low Key now!

1. Tell Me That You Love Me (Video)
2. And I Love You So (Video)
3. I'd Rather Leave While I'm In Love
4. I Never Dreamed Someone Like You Could Love Someone Like Me
5. No Walls, No Ceilings, No Floors
6. Good Friend
7. How Can I Tell You
8. Of All The Things
9. Longer
10. At Seventeen
11. She's Always A Woman
12. Never Be The Same
13. Strawberry Fields Forever
14. Weeping Willows, Cattails
15. Leader Of The Band
16. Walk In Love
17. Clouds Across The Moon
18. Christmas Is - Regine Velasquez with Jim Brickman

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