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|"Ti Voglio Qui"|
|Single by Tina Arena|
|from the album In Deep|
Tina Arena, Pam Reswick and Steve Werfel,Reviews =
|Tina Arena singles chronology|
"Ti Voglio Qui" is the second single by Australian pop singer Tina Arena from her 1997 album In Deep and the Italian version of its hit lead single Burn. As an alternate language version of a hit single, this release lacked substantial mainstream appeal and therefore failed to make any significant commercial or chart impact unlike its highly successful English counterpart. Despite being released at the same time, the two songs are often credited as the first and second singles from the In Deep album. It is credited as a single released from this album due to its connection to "Burn" and the two songs' simultaneous releases, despite being a non-album track. This quickly made its limited CD Single a highly sought-after collector's item, as it was the only way to obtain this song until it was re-released on the limited edition 2CD version of the Greatest Hits 1994-2004 album. Although this version of the album is now out of print, the song can still be purchased from a number of Australian legal music download services. A Spanish version of "Burn" was also recorded and released as a bonus track on the versions of the In Deep album released in a number of South American countries.
In the music industry, a single is a type of release, typically a song recording of fewer tracks than an LP record or an album. This can be released for sale to the public in a variety of different formats. In most cases, a single is a song that is released separately from an album, although it usually also appears on an album. Typically, these are the songs from albums that are released separately for promotional uses such as digital download or commercial radio airplay and are expected to be the most popular. In other cases a recording released as a single may not appear on an album.
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"Burn" was written by Tina Arena, Pam Reswick and Steve Werfel, with the Italian adaptation done by Fabrizio V Zee Grossi. Both versions were produced by Mick Jones.
Despite being an Australian release, all the text in this single's liner notes is written in Italian. This CD is almost identical in design to the corresponding Australian CD single for "Burn".
This single failed to chart.
Filippina Lydia Arena, commonly known as Tina Arena, is an Australian singer-songwriter, musician, musical theatre actress, and record producer. She is one of Australia's highest selling female artists and has sold over 10 million records worldwide. Arena is an artist with the vocal range of a soprano and is multilingual: she sings live and records in English, Italian, French and Spanish. In April 2013, she was voted Australia's all-time greatest female singer, and third-greatest singer overall, in an industry poll conducted by music journalist, Cameron Adams, for the Herald Sun. Time Out magazine gave a succinct description of Arena's voice as, "Tina Arena truly boasts two incredible assets - her voice and her versatility ..." The Australian Broadcasting Corporation's monthly classical music and arts magazine, Limelight, commented that, "Tina Arena is a performer with a supreme voice, boundless range and energy, and charm to spare."
The Roc Project is an American electronica act, composed of the New York-based DJ Ray Roc and, most often, the vocalist Tina Novak. Their debut single, "Never " was released in 2003. However, because of difficulty getting the song released due to Novak and Roc being signed to different record labels, Ray Roc decided to recruit the Australian singer Tina Arena to sing Novak's vocals instead. Arena's version of "Never " was therefore the single release. It became a major club and dance radio hit in America, and even managed to peak at #97 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It also reached #42 in the UK Singles Chart in April 2003.
In Deep is the fourth studio album by Australian singer-songwriter Tina Arena released by Columbia Records in Australia on 18 August 1997. The album entered the Australian ARIA Albums Chart at Number 1, on 25 August 1997, knocking Middle of Nowhere by Hanson off the top spot, making it Arena's second Number 1 album, to Don't Ask.
Greatest Hits 1994–2004 is the second compilation album by Australian singer Tina Arena, released by Columbia Records in Australia on 25 October 2004. It is a greatest hits album that contains all the singles released during her ten years signed with Columbia and also features two new songs. A limited edition was released with a second disc containing her non-English language singles. This compilation album was also released in DVD format and featured all of the music videos she did with Sony plus music videos for several of Arena's French hits. The DVD had the same cover as this audio release. Arena states that all the songs on the album are deeply personal and represent different periods and experiences of her life. Greatest Hits 1994–2004 debuted in the top ten on the Australian ARIA Albums Chart making the album Arena's fourth top ten album. The album only produced one single, "Italian Love Song", which failed to make a major impact on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart just managing a peak within the top forty.
Greatest Hits Live is the second live album by Australian singer Tina Arena which was recorded during her 2004 Greatest Hits Australian tour and released in late 2005. It was Arena's first live album to be released in her native Australia because Vous Êtes Toujours Là (2003) was only released in France. The album contains a CD and DVD featuring her concert recorded on 7 December 2004 at the Sydney State Theatre.
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"Whatever You Want" is a song performed by American recording artist Tina Turner from her ninth studio album Wildest Dreams (1996). It was written by Arthur Baker, Fred Zarr, and Taylor Dayne and is noted for its different levels of energy and strong vocal performance, as well as its orchestral arrangement and complex production, courtesy of producer Trevor Horn.
"Strong as Steel" is the name of a 1987 hit single by British pop group Five Star, the second release from their third album, Between The Lines. The single peaked at #16 in the UK.
"Burn" is a song written by Tina Arena, Pam Reswick and Steve Werfel for Arena's third album In Deep (1997). The song was extremely successful in her native Australia reaching number two on the ARIA Singles Chart and it was certified gold. Arena also recorded the song in Spanish, and the Italian version "Ti Voglio Qui" and was released as a single in several countries in Europe and Australia.
"Symphony of Life" is a pop-dance song written by Tina Arena and Peter-John Vettese, produced by Vettese for Arena's fourth album Just Me (2001). It was released as the album's third single in Australia on 16 September 2002 and the second single from the album in France in October 2002. It was a successful single, becoming Arena's fifth top ten single in Australia and her sixth top fifty single in France, where the song was also recorded in French. Arena states that the song challenged her and she is proud of the song.
"Chains" is a song by Australian singer Tina Arena from her album Don't Ask. It was composed by Arena, Pam Reswick and Steve Werfel and produced by David Tyson. "Chains" peaked at number four on her home country's ARIA Singles Chart, number six in the United Kingdom, and charted well throughout Europe, earning her numerous awards in the process. The power ballad was also a hit in North America, peaking at number 38 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number 20 on the Canadian RPM Top Singles chart. The track was re-released featuring Jessica Mauboy and The Veronicas following a rendition of the track at the 2015 ARIA Awards where Arena was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame.
The discography of Tina Arena, an Australian singer-songwriter, consists of twelve studio albums, four live albums, four compilations, forty-five singles, thirty-six music videos and one other appearance.
"Aller plus haut" is a 1999 song recorded by Australian singer Tina Arena. It was the eighth single from the album In Deep and was released in July 1999. It was also Arena's first French language single. J. Kapler was inspired to write the song and offer it to Tina Arena after seeing her perform in English on French television. The song became a huge hit in Belgium (Wallonia) where it topped the chart for one week and remained in the top 40 for 21 weeks, and in France, where it charted for 40 weeks and peaked at #2 for six consecutive weeks. The song is currently the 364th best-selling single in France.
"I Believe " is a soul song co-written and performed by American singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder and Yvonne Wright, for Wonder's fifteenth studio album Talking Book (1972). The song features in the 2000 comedy-drama High Fidelity starring John Cusack and Jack Black, and is included on its soundtrack.
"If I Was a River" is a song written by Diane Warren and included on the international version of Australian singer Tina Arena's 1997 album In Deep. It is the second Warren song performed by Arena, following 1989's "Strong as steel".
Reset is the tenth studio album released by Australian singer and songwriter Tina Arena on 18 October 2013. The first single, "You Set Fire to My Life" was released on 26 September 2013. Despite not being released as a single, "Only Lonely" charted in the top 50 in late November due to being used in an advertisement for the Australian soap opera Home and Away. "Reset All" was released as the second official single on 18 December. Reset is Arena's sixth top 10 album in Australia. Reset was released in the United Kingdom on 3 November 2014.
"Voici les clés" is a song in French, and translates into English as "Here are the keys". It is essentially a cover version of the Italian song "Nel cuore nei sensi" written in 1976 by Vito Pallavicini and Toto Cutugno and performed by the group Albatros, however it was translated into French and credited to Pierre Delanoë, Vito Pallavicini and Toto Cutugno.
"If I Didn't Love You" is a song written by Tina Arena, Pam Reswick and Steve Werfel. It was the second single taken from Arena's highly successful third studio album In Deep (1997). The song was a minor success in her native Australia, reaching #41 on the ARIA Singles Chart.
"Wasn't It Good" is a song by Tina Arena from her 1994 album Don't Ask. Arena co-wrote the song along with Heather Field and Robert Parde, and it was produced by David Tyson. The song peaked at number 11 in Australia and received four nominations at the prestigious ARIA Awards in 1996. Upon release as a single, the title was rendered with an ellipsis.