VH1 Presents the Corrs: Live in Dublin

VH1 Presents the Corrs: Live in Dublin

by The Corrs

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Overview

They're stars the world over, and this live release -- the Irish darlings' first for the American market -- shows just why. Released in conjunction with a live concert broadcast, VH1 Presents the Corrs follows their platinum-certified In Blue and casts hits from that album, as well as older material and covers, in a new light. A plush production from Mitchell Froom (Paul McCartney, Sheryl Crow) allows the layers of the group's sound -- lovely vocal harmonies, organ, and traditional instruments such as bodràn, tin whistle, and fiddle -- to envelop their soaring melodies. Corrs originals such as the catchy "Breathless," the melancholy "Runaway," and the gutsy "Radio" allow lead vocalist Andrea Corr to flaunt her stuff and stress the band's nimble way with a memorable tune. As usual, the Corrs include a traditional-instrumental number, in this case the spirited, handclap-inducing medley "Joy of Life/Trout in the Bath." Fellow Irishman Bono may be an obvious choice for guest vocalist, but the two cuts on which he duets with Andrea Corr are refreshingly unexpected: Ryan Adams's gorgeous ballad "When the Stars Go Blue" and Lee Hazlewood's sultry "Summer Wine," one of the Hazlewood's suggestive duets with Nancy Sinatra from the '60s. The other guest star, Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood, turns in a meaty solo on the Corrs' Celtic-inspired reading of Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing" and plays on a rousing rendition of the Stones hit "Ruby Tuesday," but without a solo. The thoughtful song selection here -- which also includes a sensitive reading of Neil Young's "Only Love Can Break Your Heart" -- meets the hit quota and offers enough surprises for longtime fans and newcomers alike.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/12/2002
Label: Atlantic
UPC: 0075678353321
catalogNumber: 83533
Rank: 40803

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Corrs   Primary Artist
Ronnie Wood   Track Performer
Bono   Track Performer
Ronan Dooney   Trumpet,Flugelhorn
Fiachra Trench   Conductor
Lloyd Byrne   Percussion
Anthony Drennan   Dobro,Guitar
Stephen McDonnell   Trumpet,Flugelhorn
Keith Duffy   Percussion,Bass Guitar
Caroline Corr   Piano,Drums,Vocals,Bodhran
Andrea Corr   Vocals,tin whistle
Sharon Corr   Violin,Vocals
Jim Corr   Guitar,Piano,Vocals
Declan Daly   Leader
Karl Ronan   Trombone

Technical Credits

Mitchell Froom   Producer
Paul Long   Engineer
Tim Martin   Engineer
Fiachra Trench   Orchestral Arrangements
Corrs   Arranger
Mike Walter   Engineer
Max Bisgrove   Sound Advisor
Linda Ferrando   Executive Producer
Irish Film Orchestra   Instrumentation
Ron Shapiro   Executive Producer
John Cleveland Hughes   Executive Producer
Brian Byrne   Arranger
Hamish Hamilton   Director
Melanie Vaughton   Liner Note Producer
Caitriona Walsh   Orchestral Manager
Lee Lodge   Producer
Simon Pizey   Executive Producer

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VH1 Presents the Corrs: Live in Dublin 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album leaves you "Breathless", it is a shame it is not available on DVD. The most I can imagine watching this album on a 52" plasma, played on my Altec Lansing custom sound system. Man...this what heaven must be all about...
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the best c.d. that I own! I usally never like anything that's live but their voices rock. I love every song on the album I recomend that you buy it right away!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is by far the best CD I have ever bought. The music puts you in a mood which could only be discribed as magical. The CD is constantly in my CD player. It is a definate buy. Without a doubt. Even if you never heard of any of the songs you should still buy it. You will learn to love
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This would definitely be on my list of Desert Island Discs. Track 5 is my favorite.
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