Il Volo have released their fourth studio album L’amore si muove, but at the same time they’ve released a Spanish language version and an international version, both titled Grande Amore.
The three albums are a mix of covers and originals, and share about two-thirds of the same tracks, but each has enough new and different material to make a triple purchase essential for the dedicated Il Volo fan.
Il Volo put their spin on the legendary Eurovision song “Nel blu, dipinto di blu (Volare)”, adding some Latin rhythms to their Italian swagger. They also deliver their own versions of Charlie Chaplin’s “Eternally” and give a rousing version of Tom Jones’ hot-blooded “Delilah”.
L’amore si muove/Grande Amore shows Il Volo doing what they do best. The trio reliably deliver bold, passionate songs in Italian, English and Spanish, putting a modern spin on canzone classics as well as introducing new material.
If the trio sparked your interest in Vienna, this album is a good place to further explore the delights that Il Volo have to offer.