Songs (2012 Plácido Domingo album)

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Studio album by Plácido Domingo
Released 2012
Genre Popular song
Label Sony
Plácido Domingo chronology
Amore Infinito
(2008)Amore Infinito2008
Verdi baritone arias
(2013)Verdi baritone arias2013

Songs is a 2012 popular song album by Plácido Domingo for Sony Classical.[1] Guests on the album include Katherine Jenkins singing "Come What May", Josh Groban in "Sous le ciel de Paris", Susan Boyle, and Harry Connick Jr. in "Time After Time" as well as a duet with his son Plácido Domingo Jr. The orchestra is conducted by Eugene Kohn.

Track listing[edit]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart[3] Peak
on chart
Austria 20 8
Belgium (Wallonia) 139 3
France 42 11
New Zealand 19 4
South Korea[4] 13 1
Spain 37 4
UK[5] 78 2
US[6] 136 2


  1. ^ Plácido Domingo announces new pop album featuring Groban, Boyle, Jenkins 1st November 2012, 12:41
  2. ^ Songs @
  3. ^ "PLÁCIDO DOMINGO – SONGS (ALBUM)". (with additional world wide chart information). 
  4. ^ "Album Chart – Week 43 of 2012". Gaon Chart. Korea Music Content Industry Association. Retrieved October 14, 2017. 
  5. ^ "Placido Domingo (click on "albums" tab)". Official Charts (UK). 
  6. ^ "Plácido Domingo: Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved October 3, 2015.