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The Serenade Experience
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Hi all, a little thought for you guys, Alberto playing When Darkness Will Fall, the song take from our last album Onirica. Did you already listen it?

Moonlight Serenade was Wink's first album released on June 1, 1988 under Polystar label, with a catalog number H33R-20010. Track 3 is a cover of Bye, Bye, Baby (Baby, Goodbye) originally sung by The Four Seasons. Track 8 is a cover of Don't Talk (Put Your Head on My Shoulder) originally by The Beach Boys. Release date note: The official release date confusing. Most of the Wink official discography packets (included with the CDs) lists the release date as "8. 7.

Artist: Serenade, Serenade. Album: The Serenade Experience. The Serenade Experience: Best 2 songs. Serenade, Serenade - Anything Goes 04:12. Serenade, Serenade - Why 03:26. Serenade, Serenade: best 2 tracks. Serenade - Out Of My Life Drizzly Trance Sessions Vo., 2007 08:10. Serenade, Serenade - Hold Me Back Onirica, 2017 04:21. Artist: Serenade Serenade.

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A typical Einmusik track and the start for a cross-genre journey. Without loosing the drive this album part creates a special relaxed atmosphere. Songs like "Maan" are asking and answering many questions with emotive piano parts. A natural groove, rolling bass lines and redemptive breaks. A cosmic listening experience, slowed down, different and with massive impact. The sun is shining on the "Nob Hill" - of course this tune brings the California vibe and its easiness. Prana" starts melancholic before the strings announce hope and love.

Katherine Jenkins, the Welsh soprano and multiple Classical Brits winner, released her fourth album aimed at a pop crossover market, and for the second consecutive time saw an album soar into the Top Five of the album charts. Serenade is rather a misnamed title for the album, as Jenkins hardly serenaded anybody but tackled a set of difficult arias, Chanson Bohème from Bizet (one of her dream roles being to play Carmen live on-stage), O Mio Babbino Caro by Puccini, and Pachelbel's Canon.


1 Intro 0:56
2 Moet 4:11
3 2 Nite 3:10
4 The Morning After 3:35
5 Givin'It Up 4:21
6 Swing An Episode 4:03
7 When We Were Happy 3:59
8 Losing You 4:34
9 Where Are You Now 3:39
10 Watch Your Girl 3:49
11 I Wanna Know 3:26
12 Why 4:11
13 Anything Goes 3:16
14 Serious Taste 5:59
15 Bonus Track Serenade (Not Indexed) 4:21


  • Producer – E. Patterson*, Len Turner, Wayne Patterson