Sunday, July 12, 2009

Being Inspired by Others

Here are two incomparable artists for eternity: Barry White and Luciano Pavarotti. Enjoy!



What amazing voices! What largesse of spirit!

8 comments:

James Oh said...

He has a great voice and thanks for your kind introduction and sharing.

Marion said...

What a duo! I've never seen this, Judith, so thanks for sharing it. It's amazing!!

I used to put Barry White's Greatest Hits CD on to clean house and turn it up really loud. I'd be dancing with the broom and the mop before the first song was over! LOL! Also, thank you for your wonderful comments at my blog yesterday. Your wisdom and insight humbles me. Blessings!

Judith Ellis said...

James Oh - I am so happy to introduce and share this video. Whom had you not heard of before? Barry White? In that case I'm doubly happy to share one of the great voices of the century. Of course, Pavarotti is in this league. He too is one of my all-time favorites.

Judith Ellis said...

Yes, what a duo indeed, Marion! I had posted it last year some time, but as I love both of these guys I thought I'd do so again for those who had not heard this duet.

The beauty here for me, beside their voices, is that who would have thought that the two could perform a duet together coming from to very distinct genres. But it works! Love it!

Thank you for sharing so many inspriring posts with us, Marion. It is my pleasure to pop through and if I ever say anything, anything at all that is thoughtful and uplifting, I am more than happy to do so. Thanks again for what you do there so well. Peace and love...

Dave Wheeler said...

Judith,

Talk about bringing back some memories...used to practice playing drums to this and many other Barry White and the Love Unlimited Orchestra! The music of choice in the early 70's when one was trying to be all suave, sophisticated, and seductive...

Great stuff Auntie J...

Judith Ellis said...

Dave - I love your whole comment. Attitude... Memories... Indeed!

Brosreview said...

Hmm, I confess, I have not heard of them. Probably, I might have heard of them but don't recall.

Mind-blowing! This is just brilliant! Thanks for sharing Judith!

Judith Ellis said...

In that case, Ajey, I am waaaay happy to have posted it. Glad you enjoyed it!