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The Corrs : All The Way Home - Coffret 2 DVD
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DVD 1 : "All the Way Home: A History of The Corrs" documentaire (105')
DVD 2 : Live in Geneva (2004 - 105')
2. Only When I Sleep
4. What Can I Do
5. Forgiven, Not Forgotten
8. Trout In A Bath
9. Borrowed Heaven
10. No Frontiers
11. Queen Of Hollywood
12. Long Night
13. Old Town
15. Summer Sunshine
16. So Young
17. I Never Loved You Anyway
20. Toss The Feathers
The Corrs backstage grâce à un documentaire où vous découvrirez la vie privée et professionnelle du groupe en dehors de la scène. Et le concert donné à Genève en 2004.
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Le premier DVD contient principalement un documentaire passionnant retraçant leur vie et leur carrière, depuis leur petite enfance jusqu'à "Home".
Sur le second, ils nous proposent l'un des derniers concerts de la tournée "Borrowed heaven", un concert plus riche encore musicalement à mon goût, rien que grace à la présence supplémentaire de Jason Duffy, le frère de Keith le bassiste, à la seconde batterie (oui oui) et de Kieran Kelly aux claviers et à l'accordéon. Et je trouve aussi qu'il s'agit tout simplmement de leur plus beau concert, mais c'est personnel.
En bref, un superbe cadeau aux fans. Certains verseront peut-être une larmichette comme je l'ai fait à la fin du documentaire et de ce concert...
La présence de 2 musiciens supplémentaires apporte une instrumentation plus aboutie et très agréable! Les adaptations de "Angel", "Forgiven not forgotten", "dreams', "borrowed heaven" (avec une Caroline exceptionnelle au lambeg) et le magnifique "faux-départ" sur "Goodbye" valent à elles-seules le coup d'oeil!
Le charme des Corrs opère une nouvelle fois et l'ambiance sur scène est très familiale.
L'interprétation de "No frontiers" par Sharon et Caroline est fantastique et le final sur "Toss the feathers" est sublime!
C'est (avec le "live at landsdowne Road") LE live à posséder d'urgence que vous soyez ou non fans des Corrs! Sur scène ils sont exceptionnels!
Cette version offre en plus un DVD bonus qui est une pure merveille offrant un documentaire qui retrace l'histoire des Corrs de leurs débuts à aujourd'hui. Avec des images d'archives, divers extraits inédits, des coulisses d'enregistrements d'albums, des clips de promo et différents commentaires des Corrs et de personnes ayant collaborés avec eux.
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Another faux pas on Amazon's part that I found amusing is they sent me an e-mail that said "We've noticed that customers who have purchased All the Way Home: A History of the Corrs (Plus Live in Geneva) also purchased The Corrs: Live in Geneva on DVD." Huh? Why in the world would someone who purchased "All the Way Home: A History of the Corrs (Plus Live in Geneva)" also purchase "Live in Geneva" when All the Way Home comes with "Live in Geneva"?????? DOH!!!
Anyway, as far as the DVD set is concerned, this is a documentary DVD which happens to include the concert, that is, it's not a concert DVD that includes the documentary. That said, the primary reason I bought this set if for the documentary and I must say it is a great documentary of a GREAT and VERY talented family band. Anyone who is a TRUE fan of The Corrs should have this documentary.
Now, the second disc of the concert "Live in Geneva"... I was disappointed with the concert. It starts off with "Baby Be Brave" and then suddenly cuts to "Humdrum"...well, I would much rather see "Baby Be Brave" performed than "Humdrum"! Especially since the music was playing and I expected it! It was just bad editing.
The concert, lacked audience participation, at least at the beginning. The concert gets better, probably around their presentation of "Runaway" halfway through. The concert picks up then.
The one thing that absolutely killed me about the concert is the accordion playing during "No Frontiers." It just ruined the song, and it ruined it so bad I had to grab the remote and skip to the next song on the DVD! I don't know whose idea it was to bring a squeeze box into the mix, but it was a bad idea.
I guess I expected more from this concert having previously bought and thoroughly enjoyed their other concert DVDs (but at least this one didn't have nearly as many as those stupid black & white shots someone insists upon inserting into the concerts).
Overall, Live in Geneva just lacked the "party" atmosphere of their previous concerts. If you just want a complete collection of their DVDs, then, yes, you want a copy of Live in Geneva, but if you aren't that big of a fan yet still enjoy their music, then I recommend getting the DVD of "Live at Lansdowne Road" which totally rocks! "Live in London" is also great, just not as great as Lansdowne Road. If you don't care about the live stadium concerts and you just want to see them do a smaller performance where you can be bowled over by the ethereal sounds of Andrea's voice and her siblings' music/vocals combined with a background orchestra, then spend your money on their "MTV Unplugged" DVD, it is simply outstanding.
What did I like about the concert? Well, Andrea's skirt and boots were HOT, but pretty much anything she wears looks good to me! Other than my male-centric opinion of Andrea Corr, this concert includes both "Angel" and "Goodbye" from the "Borrowed Heaven" CD. These songs relate to the passing away of Jean Corr, their mother. Having had a relative pass away recently, I, personally, can relate to those songs, especially "Goodbye" and I do appreciate their inclusion in the concert.
Original post from 12 February 2006:
DVD Regions and PAL format
Several people have complained about the DVD set not being Region 1 and NTSC. This is a legitimate complaint since the description clearly says "Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only...."; however, there is a workaround for this: get the Phillips DVP642 DVD player available from Amazon for $59.49 or from Wal-Mart for $57.36 (at least that is the shelf price in Alabama). The player is capable of playing both NTSC and PAL formats from ANY region, but you have to set it to "region free mode" which is EASILY done via the remote (open the tray, press 7 8 9 OK 0 on the remote). Please note there is rumor that the newest firmware on this model disallows changing to region free mode, though, but I have not confirmed that. In addition to playing DVDs, this player will also play AVI files burn to blank CD or DVD that you would normally only be able to play on your computer!
Okay, I didn't want to turn this into a product review for a DVD player, I just thought you guys would like to know there is a way to play this DVD set. And it's true you should not have to go to the expense of getting another player, but consider this: you may not want the North American release of this DVD. The release date for the North American release is currently March 14th, but it may very well be a single disc ONLY containing the concert in Geneva and not the documentary. From what I have read on-line, and I quote: "there are rumours about a special 'Live In Geneva' DVD being released in the US without the documentary and other goodies." That is, it may very well be only "Live in Geneva" without "All the Way Home: A History of the Corrs"! Personally, as a true fan of The Corrs, I want the documentary DVD, not just the concert, so I am ordering the non-North American version!
And really that's what the Corrs are all about. The experience. The music is great whether you are listening to them on the radio, CD, or seeing them live, but the main thing you take away from this group is the experience. One of the truly great talents that are actually better live than in the studio. I consider myself very lucky to have seen them in the states on their last tour. Fabulous EXPERIENCE.
OK, now for the DVD, and thanks for indulging me if you've read this far. I again agree with C. Hsieh, that of all their live DVD's this is not the best one. But it is the only one featuring songs off the Borrowed Heaven album, which I love, so in any case it is worth the price. Yes the show seems a bit rushed, the quality a bit muddy, the costumes maybe not what we are used to, but they still look great. Hey, these are 3 VERY beautiful women no matter what they do. Oh, and Jim ... you are nice looking too. Nuff of that...
Now, be warned that this is a region 2,3,4,5 disk. It says so right on the box. Some computers will let you view it, but IT'S NOT GONNA WORK ON MACHINES BOUGHT IN THE US. Unless you buy one that is multi-regional. Philips makes one, and for the additional $59.99 it cost me, it was worth it. Because with all it's flaws, and there are several, this disk was worth the extra cost. From what I understand the LIve In Geneva disk will be released here in the states, without the documentary. I guess they felt that U.S. fans don't care enough about the group to merit the second disk. NOT TRUE marketing machine. They have many fans in the U.S. as well.
Lastly, if you ARE new to the group, buy the other DVD's first. Start with Live at the Royal Albert Hall, then get the Unplugged DVD, Live at Lansdowne Rd, Live in London, Best of Videos, and whatever else you can find. See it as it progressed. Watch them grow, and blossom into one of the finest bands in the world. It'll be fun, and you'll thank me for the suggestion. No, really, you will, seriously, now off you go...
Quick note to the Corrs, if any of you ever read this (Hey, it's possible... I wrote a review of another band's new album and the lead singer sent me an email) please don't leave us all alone way over here in the states. We will miss you too much. Please come see us again, we love you guys too...
OK, so in the end, not a GREAT disk, but a really good one... so give it a shot. Serious Corrs fans can add a star, go ahead, I won't mind...