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First Vision [VHS]

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  • Date de sortie VHS : 29 janvier 1991
  • ASIN: 6301923901
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Cette vidéo est terrible dans le bon sens du terme ! Mariah prouve toute l'étendue de son talent Elle se montre timide émouvante et réservée. J'ai adoré son hommage à Aretha FRANKLIN avec le titre "Don't Play that song" en passant par les premières images d'enregistrement de ses passages dans les Studios de la "NBC" c'est formidable
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Sweet Destiny... 15 janvier 2000
Par Stephen Joy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Mariah Carey needs no introduction and it is, after nearly a decade of seeing her and hearing her everywhere, somewhat difficult to remember a time when she was not a star on a truly global scale, whose very forename is synonimous with seven octaves of unparalleled perfection. This video, however, is such a revelation - it is Mariah, a star very early in her ascendancy here, introducing her songs.
And what songs! The video opens with "Vision Of Love", a song which must surely be extolled as one of the most auspicious and powerful debuts of any artist. Her enchanting voice (with the lisp far more apparent here than it is now)is the first step, then there is the interview; a relaxed Mariah chats freely about her upbringing and her singing mother. You feel priviledged to witness the very genesis of true musical genius!
The songs are, as anyone who has heard "Mariah Carey" the LP will know, simply breath-taking - notwithstanding her youth and the fact that she has written her own material. There is, unfortunately, a strong feeling of coercion, that her management are constantly forcing you to remember she has written these songs herself. Furthermore, it is entertaining to see that, without fail, at every belt of that high upper-register an open-mouthed Mariah stands resolutely in front of the camera, lest we forget that it is actually her singing it and no production-trickery. In fairness, with such a rare talent, it takes a great deal of convincing that it is genuine, so you can hardly blame her for trying to categorically prove its validity.
Perhaps the best reason for buying the video, though, besides the apocryphal tales of hardship as an 'odd-jobber', lies in the footage of Mariah actually singing live. The stunning rendition of "Vanishing" is a testament to her amazing ability to hold seemingly endless lines, with no hint of running short of breath. The other track, a cover of the Aretha Franklin hit, "Don't Play That Song For Me (You Lied)", shows her voice to different effect, emulating Aretha's skill of seeming to keep pushing those notes higher and higher and higher. (Again, we are positioned square in front for that extra high note, just to remind you it's really her!)
All in all, it is an entertaining and pleasing video, which is so much more captivating to-day, when viewed against the backdrop of her unprecedented success. No-one could dispute her amazing gift, but this video is special because it is a gift as yet untainted by the trappings of mega-stardom or that frightful appellation: Diva!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Mariah is Madame Butterfly! 31 janvier 2001
Par Harmony - Publié sur Amazon.com
I bought this video a while back and finally watched it. I like it because it shows when Mariah first started out, her first videos ( Vison of Love, etc.)and she sings my favorite song VANISHING, live along with other live performances. You learn things about Mariah and you see her as just a teen with so much more to go through to get where she is now. If you know of all her albums and videos, it's fun to see the transformations she has made over the years. It's an essential video for true Mariah fans to own!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I love this tape 25 avril 2002
Par Meadow - Publié sur Amazon.com
I really, really love this tape for its "behind the scenes" look at Mariah as an up and coming singer. Favorite moments include watching Mariah run down the street unaccosted by ANYONE and posing in front of someone else's limo as if it was hers, her back up singers telling passersby on the street her name (who then look blank: "WHO??"), her getting ready for her appearance on "Saturday Night Live," and a shot of the scribbled lyrics of "Love Takes Time."
My absolute favorite bits are when she sits and sings a cappella with her back up singers, just sitting around and hitting those high notes so effortlessly, and freestyling some of her songs.
The only disappointment is the snippets of her appearances on "SNL" and "Showtime at the Apollo." I remember seeing those shows and now I want copies of the performances! Seeing the bits here only makes me want them more, but all we get is a tease.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is great! 6 octobre 2002
Par Tessa Marie Matthews - Publié sur Amazon.com
I love this video because you can take a look at Mariah at a time when she was not a household name. It gives you a chance to see her as she is at certain parts where the filming is reallly raw. This video also has some great live performances at a small club. "Don't Play that Song for Me" by Aretha Franklin is my favorite song she has covered to date. She also performs "Vanishing" at track that is the least "produced" song on her first album and really showcases her voice. This video is fun and great to watch a million times!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Awsome video 18 août 2002
Par Patricia A. Hautala - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This video is off the hook. It has all the video's from her debut cd plus two live performances. There is also some awsome interviews and bonus footage of Mariah. The rare thing about this video is contains the orange version of "I don't wanna cry" it is different from the one you would normally see. She is in a studio and out in the field and the video is tinted orange (very rare). There is also the extended version of someday (12" remix). Must have.
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