The Corrs: Live at the Royal Albert Hall

The Corrs Live at the Royal Albert Hall
The Corrs
Released August 28, 1998 (1998-08-28)
Recorded March 17, 1998 in London
Genre Pop
Length 85 minutes
Label Atlantic Records, Warner Music Vision, Lava Records, 143 Records
Director Janet Fraser-Crook
Producer Janet Fraser-Crook, Mark Cooper, Ray Still
The Corrs video chronology

Live at the Royal Albert Hall
(1998)
The Corrs Live at Lansdowne Road
(1999)

Live at the Royal Albert Hall is The Corrs first home video, released on DVD on November 21, 2000.[1] The Show was recorded live on St. Patricks Day. While the band were on their Talk on Corners World Tour in the UK the concert was Broadcast live over the nation by the BBC. Mick Fleetwood join The Corrs on Stage For Dreams, Haste To The Wedding and Toss The Feathers.

Track listing

  1. Intro
  2. "When He's Not Around"
  3. "No Good For Me"
  4. "Love To Love You"
  5. "Forgiven, Not Forgotten"
  6. "Joy Of life"
  7. "Intimacy"
  8. "What Can I Do?"
  9. "The Right Time"
  10. "Queen Of Hollywood"
  11. "Dreams"
  12. "Haste To The Wedding (Parts 1 & 2)
  13. "Runaway
  14. "Only When I Sleep
  15. "Hopelessly Addicted
  16. "I Never Loved You Anyway
  17. "So Young
  18. "Toss The Feathers

References

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