Post by DazedOblivion on Jan 31, 2006 6:37:37 GMT 1
The GOOD news is that Live in Geneva will be released in the United States on 14 March 2006. The BAD news is that this is ALL that Americans will get; we will NOT get the All The Way Home documentary. As American Corrs fans, we are learning to swallow the bitter pill of getting everything LATE and LESS. Home will finally be released on 7 February 2006, about a week from now.
HERE is the product information from Rhino, the company that is releasing the DVD.
The DVD is very reasonably priced; it can be purchased for $13.30 (about 11€) at DeepDiscountDVD.com. At least, at such a low price, perhaps more will sell, although I think sales would be better if the cover had a bigger picture of the Corrs instead of that picture of the yellow flight schedule!
Post by SingleTunePoet on Jan 31, 2006 23:27:05 GMT 1
As American Corrs fans, we are learning to swallow the bitter pill of getting everything LATE and LESS.
Ironically that´s the way a lot of European fans of US bands/artists feel all of the time. With so many artists it´s just the other way around. But that´s the problem of being human. One can´t possibly be at more than one places at a time and therefore promotion also has to have some sort of slow geographical development. The Corrs come from Europe, therefore it´s only understandable that Europe gets everything first. Very unfortunate for the US fans, though. If it was for me, the US fans would be more fortunate!!! But I see the reasons for why it´s the way it is. Even though you won´t get tdocu I am happy that you´ll AT LEAST get the concert! And I can tell you it IS the best concert on DVD so far, so you HAVE something to look forward to!
We are delighted to confirm that the US release dates for both the band’s new CD, 'Home', and DVD, 'Live in Geneva', are rapidly approaching. The CD will be released on February 7th with the DVD following on March 14th.
Post by DazedOblivion on Jun 8, 2008 15:39:19 GMT 1
Sadly, both got ZERO promotion, but my hat's off to Rhino for taking this on. I still would have liked to see DOTD released as a country single. To me, it's more "country" than quite a bit of the "country" that's being peddled in the U.S., which to me is nothing more than slightly "countrified" pop.