Phil Collins Live, new DVD-Audio titles and a Tubular Bells DVD-Audio delay

Here are some recent music DVD related announcements from Warner...

Warner Music Vision have announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of Phil Collins - Serious Hits…Live! for 25th August 2003 with a retail price of £24.99. This two-disc set features 24 tracks recorded live during the Serious Tour of 1990 alongside a whole host of supplementary material for the Phil Collins fan. Presented in non-anamorphic widescreen the concert runs for 160-minutes and is available in both DD5.1 Surround and DD2.0 Stereo with a selection of optional subtitles (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Dutch).

Disc 1 contains a Tour Programme, featuring the animated turning of pages, plus a unique Photographic Sequence, which captures the construction of the Berlin stage. Disc 2 takes the Serious Tour experience even further with a 20-minute Documentary/Interview. Both discs benefit from Photo Galleries and the choice of two Alternate Camera Angles on selected songs during the concert.

The full track listing follows the cover art...































































TRACK
LISTING
DISC
1
DISC
2
Hand
In Hand
Doesn't
Anybody Stay Together Anymore
Hang
In Long Enough
One
More Night
Against
All Odds (Take Another Look At Me Now)
Colours
Don't
Lose My Number
In
The Air Tonight
Inside
Out
You
Can't Hurry Love
Do
You Remember?
Two
Hearts
Who
Said I Would
Sussudio
Another
Day In Paradise
A
Groovy Kind Of Love
Separate
Lives
Easy
Lover
Saturday
Night And Sunday Morning
Always
The
West Side
Take
Me Home
That's
Just The Way It Is
 
Something
Happened On The Way To Heaven
 



Warner Music Vision have announced two DVD-Audio releases for 8th September 2003. These are...

Chicago V - This very special Chicago album is presented in 2 new Advanced Resolution versions: a 5.1 Surround 96/24kHz and a 192/24kHz stereo version for DVD-Audio compatible players. A Dolby Digital Surround track is included for playback on any DVD-Video player.

The impressive Dolby Digital 5.1 mix is produced by John Kellog and Paul Klingberg (the same production and engineering team who were responsible for the DVD-Audio 5.1 mixes for Deep Purple's Machine Head, Emerson, Lake & Palmer's Brain Salad Surgery, and Foreigner's eponymous album, and Foreigner 4).

As with all DVD-Audio album releases, Chicago V includes exclusive extras such as a Photo Gallery containing many previously unpublished photographs and a bonus live version of Dialogue, originally recorded in 1972.

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Frank Sinatra 'Live At The Sands' - This seminal live album is presented in 2 new Advanced Resolution versions: a 5.1 Surround Sound 96kHz/24-bit and a 192kHz/24-bit Stereo version for DVD-Audio compatible players. A Dolby Digital Surround track is included for playback on any DVD-Video player.

The stunning 5.1 Surround Sound mix of 'Live At The Sands' is produced by Elliot Mazer, under the supervision of the Sinatra Estate. Mazer produced the DVD-A mix for Neil Youngs Harvest album and also worked on the production for The Band's The Last Waltz Film and album

This highly anticipated DVD-A offering from one of the worlds leading performers of popular music, includes an exclusive Photo Gallery featuring photographs of Sinatra and the Count Basie Orchestra, plus the original album linear notes. The album plays on all DVD-A and DVD-Video players.







And finally Warner have delayed their Tubular Bells 2003 DVD-Audio release from 25th August to 13th October 2003. Our previous article on this announcement has now been updated to reflect this change.

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