Donna Summer: Encore DVD & CD Live in Concert

Donna Summer: Encore DVD & CD Live in Concert

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Recorded Live at the Hammerstein Ballroom Manhattan Centre 28th February 1999

CD Album 74 mins

1. MacArthur Park

2. This Time I Know It’s For Real  

3. I Feel Love  

4. On The Radio  

5. Someone To Watch Over Me   

6. If There Is Music There

7.No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) (With Tina Arena)

8. Riding Through The Storm  

9. Don't Wanna Work (That Hard)

10. Nobody  

11. Dim All The Lights  

12. She Works Hard For The Money  

13. Bad Girls  

14. Hot Stuff  

15. My Life  

16. Last Dance

 

DVD Tracks.  74 mins

1. MacArthur Park

2. This Time I Know It’s For Real  

3. I Feel Love  

4. On The Radio  

5. Someone To Watch Over Me   

6. If There Is Music There  

7. No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) (With Tina Arena)

8. Riding Through The Storm  

9. Don't Wanna Work (That Hard)

10. Nobody  

11. Dim All The Lights  

12. She Works Hard For The Money  

13. Bad Girls  

14. Hot Stuff  

15. My Life  

16. Last Dance

 

•Multi talented singer and songwriter and undisputed queen of disco returns for a sell out string of shows in New York

•Features 10 Singles of which no less than 9 being top 5 hit singles! As well as some previously unreleased songs

 

•DVD in Dolby Digital  5.1 Surround Sound

•Housed in an A5 Deluxe case, with two individual CD and DVD card sleeves, plus a full colour booklet

Encore is a live album recorded on 28th February 1999 at the Hammerstein Ballroom Manhattan Centre, New York, an edited version of a televised concert called Encore. It featured a live concert which had been filmed especially for the VH-1 channel.

Throughout the concert Summer performs some of her biggest hits both from the 1970s disco era through to the 1980s. The song "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)," originally a duet with Barbra Streisand, is performed with Australian singer Tina Arena. The song was one of the concerts highlights, earning enthusiastic applause from the audience. Another standout moment comes when Donna tells the story of how she wrote "Dim All the Lights" for Rod Stewart, but at the last minute decided to keep it for herself. Donna then performs the first half of the song the way she imagines Stewart might have sung it, and finishes it in the style she originally recorded it.

Design  Les ' ooh i feel lurve ' Clark 

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