Apr 25
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Fall in love again with Jaya

Author: The Philippine Star

Several years filled with life-changing experiences have gone by since Jaya recorded her last album Unleashed. That meant the loss of a good number of hit songs to the local music industry for until her hiatus from recording albums, Jaya was dominating the charts with one big seller after another. Think Dahil Tanging Ikaw, Wala Na Bang Pag-ibig, Laging Naro’n Ka, Dahil Ba Sa Kanya, Hanggang Ngayon, Ika’y Mahal, that stirring duet of Sana’y Maulit Muli with Regine Velasquez and other hits.

Truth to tell, she was gone for so long that several newcomers have already laid claim to Jaya’s soul music turf although not one of them measures up to the standards she set. It is not likely that they will, sometime soon, for Jaya is back and raring to make more hits. She was finally able to set things right a year ago and now that the old turmoils have subsided, she has decided to return to recording.

I honestly believe this is that part of her career she loves most. Although being the daughter of the legendary Elizabeth Ramsey has made her heiress to a career as an entertainer, Jaya was actually first discovered as a recording artist. In fact, she was the first Filipino to make the Billboard charts and that says a lot about her capabilities.

Well, she is back to being one again with a new album titled Fall In Love Again… Yes, she admits she is "in love again" and that her supportive boyfriend is the reason why she is in a go-go mood about her singing again. Friends, old and new came out in full force to help Jaya put the album together. One of these is Ogie Alcasid, who composed and produced Ako’y Sa ‘yo, Maging Akin Ka Lamang and their duet of Bakit ‘Di Mo Sabihin. Another one is Vehnee Saturno, who wrote and produced most of Jaya’s early hits. His contributions are Pagkukunwari and Di Na Ba Kita Mapipigilan, which is the album’s first single release.

The other songs in Jaya’s Fall In Love Again… are the George Canseco standard Kung Ako’y Iiwan Mo, The Answer is Love, Night and Day, Stay True, Sa Duyan ng Pag-ibig by Willy Cruz, the Visayan classic Matud Nila produced by Jay Durias of South Border and covers of sentimental pop oldies like Look What You’ve Done to Me and I Just Fall in Love Again. Nonoy Zuñiga’s Show Watch out for Nonoy Zuñiga: The Love Concert starring one of the country’s most famous balladeers. The show will be held at the Music Museum in Greenhills, San Juan on Aug. 5 and 8. It will feature songs from Nonoy’s big selling new release The Love Album plus his greatest hits. Incidentally, Nonoy is set to receive a Gold Record Award this Sunday in honor of over 15,000 copies sold of The Love Album.

Let Nonoy put you in a mellow, romantic mood with his rendition of Too Shy to Say, Moon River, The Way You Look Tonight, In My Life, I’ll be Seeing You, I Wanna Be Free, I Only Have Eyes For You, What Matters Most and other timeless favorites. Then take a close look at his successful career with classics he popularized like I’ll Never Say Goodbye, Doon Lang, Kumusta Ka and others.

Meanwhile for those who want an advance taste of Nonoy’s singing magic, his mall tour continues with more performances scheduled at SM Bicutan on Sunday, June 5; SM Marilao on Saturday, June 11; SM Dasmariñas on Sunday, June 19 and SM Bacoor, Laguna on Sunday, June 26. Rachelle’s Concert On Studio 23 Still on the concert scene. For those who missed Rachelle Ann Go’s solo concert debut at the Aliw Theater last April 29, here is your chance to find out why they call her The Ultimate Champion. The whole concert will be shown as a TV special tonight at 10:30 on Studio 23.

Watch Rachelle do her big hits From the Start, Don’t Cry Out Loud and Love of My Life and introduce her new single release, When You Find Your Voice. Watch her do exciting duets with her special guests Christian Bautista, Say That You Love Me, Mark Bautista, Let the Love Begin and Ogie Alcasid with a medley of Ogie originals. And get a load of her rendition of pop favorites like Never Too Far, Bulong, Love Moves in Mysterious Ways, Get Right, Butterfly and others.

Source: The Philippine Star