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'VH1 Presents The Corrs Live In Dublin' was produced by Mitchell Froom (Paul McCartney, Crowded House) - includes new renditions of the Corrs' hits, including 'Runaway', 'Would You Be Happier?', 'So Young', 'Queen of Hollywood', and of course, their U.S. breakthrough smash, 'Breathless.' Steeped in the traditional folk music of their homeland, but invested with a vibrant and electric modern pop flavor, the Dundalk, Ireland-based sibling quartet have earned acclaim around the globe for their eclectic, crowd-pleasing live performances. Atlantic Records. 2002.

It's fitting that video channel VH1 is partnered with the obscenely attractive sibs of the Corrs for this live recording, captured in Dublin, near the band's hometown in Ireland. Given the stiff competition in the pop arena and the Corrs' rather limited touring, looks have doubtless played a part in their global ascent, although, judging by Live in Dublin, they've earned some props along the way. Both U2's Bono and Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood guest, the latter on the Corrs' cover of Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing" (though oddly not on their reading of "Ruby Tuesday"). Neil Young's "Only Love Can Break Your Heart" rounds out the tribute triumvirate, and fans can expect surprisingly clear-eyed versions of major and lesser hits like "Breathless" and "Runaway," plus a spirited, fiddle-fueled traditional in "Joy of Life/Trout in the Bath." --Kim Hughes

1. Would You Be Happier?
2. Breathless
3. When The Stars Go Blue (Featuring Bono)
4. Little Wing (Featuring Ron Wood)
5. Joy Of Life / Trout In The Bath
6. Runaway
7. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
8. Radio
9. Summer Wine (Featuring Bono)
10. So Young
11. Ruby Tuesday (Featuring Ron Wood)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 12, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000060OL5
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,013 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Rodrigo Medina on March 16, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I pre ordered this album on and can't wait to receive my copy. However, I've listened to the full CD online and I can assure it's great!
This album represents a new beginning for the corrs in US. Just like the great unplugged album, released worldwide a few years ago, this CD brings some popular songs of the corrs, with 05 cover songs and very special participations of Bono (U2) and Ron Wood.
The first two tracks "would you be happier?" and "breathless", two major hits of the corrs, are played in great acoustic versions. "When the stars go blue", Ryan's Adam song, is the first participation of Bono in this CD, in a provacative duet with andrea corr. "Little wing", featuring Ron Wood on bass, is beautiful and already known by corrs fans, from the unppluged album. "Joy of Life/Trout in the bath" shows to the audience the real spirit of the corrs. They can play pop and rock songs, but never letting irish folk music behind them. "Runaway"is a ballad and one of the corrs greatest hits ever. "Only love can break your heart" is an old song composed by neil young and covered by many bands such as everlast. However, none of the bands which recorded this song managed to recreate it in such a wonderful way like the corrs did. "Radio" is another hit from the unppluged album, also found on its studio version in "IN BLUE" CD. It's great and one of my favorites in the acoustic version. "Summer wine" is also a cover, originally recorded by Nancy Sinatra. Again, it features Bono, in a breathless duet with andrea corr. It's incredible to see how they have a special chemestry going on between them. "So young" is another popular song of the corrs, in a very special live version featured in this CD. Finally, Stone's "Ruby Tuesday", featuring Ron Wood.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Charles J Moorehead on March 29, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I first saw The Corrs opening for the Rolling Stones in Philadelphia in 1999. They were amazing. I went out the next day and bought "Forgiven Not Forgotten" and "Talk On Corners". It wasn't their looks that attracted me to them. It was the music. Great original songs and a great choice of covers.(Jimi Hendrix, Thin Lizzy, Neil Young, REM, The Beatles(a beautiful version of "The Long And Winding Road"), and the traditional Irish instrumentals. This new one is a must. The new single "Would You Be Happier?" should be a top ten hit. The cover of Ryan Adams's "When The Stars Go Blue" with Bono is breathtaking, and Andrea sings the Rolling Stones "Ruby Tuesday" like it was written just for her. This is not just another one hit wonder pop group. With a cheerleading group like the Rolling Stones, U2, Mick Fleetwood, The Chieftans, & Rod Stewart backing them, how can you go wrong. Buy this CD. WAKE UP AMERICA. THE CORRS ROCK.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Magliulo on April 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Although not the most electrifying band as far as live performances go, the Corrs' masterful playing, shining harmonies and thoughtful stage arrangement more than make up for it. Dispensing with the traditional speeches and introductions that cloud so many live records, the Corrs produce the most clean-cut live recording I have heard in a while. If you don't count the applause and obvious floor placement of the instruments, the Corrs' sound quality on stage is just as suitable for the studio. They are just that good. With the sisters' lush vocals and ever-impressive violin and percussion, and brother Jim deftly blazing his way through the guitar and piano arrangements, the Irish siblings fire up the audience as always. Of course, while reprising some of their hits, they also include some highly impressive covers to which their guests have much to offer. U2's Bono adds his gritty-smooth vocals to the Ryan Adams hit "When the Stars Go Blue," as well as to Nancy Sinatra's sublime "Summer Wine." The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood lends his guitar stylings to the Corrs' rendition of "Little Wing," and sounds absolutely incredible. Unfortunately, when he sits in on the Corrs' performance of the Stones' "Ruby Tuesday," his guitar work is not as prominent. the Corrs also perfectly deliver one more cover with Neil Young's "Only Love Can Break Your Heart." Overall, the Corrs' "Live in Dublin" is a spectacular live record that plays flawlessly all the way through, from the first note to the last "good night."
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "rebelheart31" on April 28, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Recorded in Ardmore studios in Dublin Ireland the family from Dundalk has managed to show audiances in America that they are worthy of sucess and recognition. It is my pleasure to review this cd and to share with those reading and interested in The Corrs work the true and amazing quality that this band holds. With the help of the Irish Film Orchestra and the very special appearances by Bono of U2 and Ron Wood of The Rolling Stones this cd packs in a full amount of energy and and spirit.
Singing some of the best loved hits from thier previous cds as well as adding in many well loved covers of classic songs for those who seek to hear a new twist on great classics. In my oppinion the cover of 'Ruby Tuesday' by the Rolling Stones is the highlight of the cd the percussion in this song hits the heart. Another suggestion of choice is Ryan Adams 'When The Stars Go Blue' featuring Bono(U2) the vocal ability and passion of Andrea Corr and Bono is truly passionate exampling true stage chemistry.
VH1 Presents: The Corrs Live In Dublin is a true depiction of American Sucess that has been so well deserved for this band. In the past the Corrs have toured with The Rolling Stones and gained minor achievment in the States but it was not until the relsease of In Blue(2000) that The Corrs felt the sensation of mass recognition in the USA. But with lack of follow-up to theire hit single 'Breathless'(In Blue) and attempt to release a second single 'All The Love In The World'(In Blue, America's SweetHearts soundtrack,2000-2001)the shine of sucess for the group slowly disappeared.
In Conclusion 'Live In Dublin' is not only an excellent record but is a great starting point for interested listeners, giving them old songs and new past hits and modern day revisions. A great CD for anyone who loves the sound of live music and the energy of great musicians. Thank You for reading and I hope you enjoy the cd.
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saw them open for u2 BO-RING! the people who saw the pixies open for u2 were lucky. i got to see the boring Corrs. they are like a re-hash of the Cranberries.
Jan 6, 2012 by Dee Dee Tee |  See all 2 posts
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