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The Corrs - Live At Lansdowne Road (2000)

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The Corrs - Live At Lansdowne Road (2000)

The Corrs - Live At Lansdowne Road (2000)
DVD9 | PAL | 16:9 (720x576) VBR | LPCM, 2ch, 1536 kbps / AC3, 6ch, 448 kbps | ~ 7.12 Gb
Genre: Pop Rock, Celtic | Label: Warner Music Vision | # 8536-53120-2 | Time: 01:27:53

Irish brother-sister act The Corrs play their irresistible blend of light pop and traditional Celtic sounds at two different locations. The first is Dublin's remarkable open-air stadium, Lansdowne Road, where the group performed in front of 50,000 adoring fans. The second is North London's Finsbury Park, the site of the 2000 Fleadh (pronounced "Fluh") Festival. Eighteen lives songs and three bonus tracks are included.

If you are looking here for Corrs DVD's then you likely already are a fan of the Corrs. Your question is most likely "Which concert DVD should I get?" As a Corrs fan who has Lansdowne Road, Live in London, and Royal Albert Hall, I'd say this one is by far the best. Why? A few reasons. First, it captures the group at their peak, just as they are finishing their concert tour from their second album. After Talk on Corners, their sound became more generic. Second, the Corrs are having a homecoming celebration, and it shows. The home town crowds enthusiasm clearly has an effect on the band, and they seem to enjoy doing this concert more than any of the others. They look like they are really be having a good time playing this show(and who wouldn't in their shoes) Watching Andrea being brought to tears as the audience sings Runaway is one of the coolest concert moments I've seen anywhere, ever. That song alone is worth the price of admission. The other DVD's are good shows, but this one is great. Also, the setting and videography for this concert I prefer to the others. The stadium at sunset is gorgeous, and a perfect backdrop to the concert. The audience is having a blast. You'll wish you were there. The sound for Albert Hall is better, but the lighting there makes them all look pasty white. The London DVD features more "gimicks" and probably better video quality, but Landsdowne is just a better show…and therefore is the most enjoyable to watch. I like all three concerts a lot, but Lansdowne is the one I keep playing.

Review by Art, Amazon.com
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The Corrs - Live At Lansdowne Road (2000)

The Corrs - Live At Lansdowne Road (2000)

The Corrs - Live At Lansdowne Road (2000)

The Corrs - Live At Lansdowne Road (2000)

The Corrs - Live At Lansdowne Road (2000)

The Corrs - Live At Lansdowne Road (2000)

The Corrs - Live At Lansdowne Road (2000)

The Corrs - Live At Lansdowne Road (2000)

The Corrs - Live At Lansdowne Road (2000)


DVD Content:

Concert:

01 - Introduction
02 - Only when i sleep
03 - The right times
04 - Joy of life
05 - Forgiven Not Forgotten
06 - What Can I Do
07 - No Frontiers
08 - Runaway
09 - Haste To The Wedding
10 - Secret Life
11 - Love To Love You
12 - Queen Of Hollywood
13 - Dreams Intro
14 - Dreams
15 - I Never Loved You Anyway
16 - Lough Erin Shore
17 - Closer
18 - So Young
19 - Toss The Feathers
20 - Credits

Bonus:

- The Corrs Live at the Fleadh Music Festival
- The Corrs In Blue Documentary
- The Corrs Official Breathless music video