From the creators of I Can Only Imagine comes the uplifting true-life story of Christian music megastar Jeremy Camp. This inspiring tale follows Jeremy's search for his artistic voice, leading him to his wildest professional dreams, as well as the love of his life. But Jeremy's hope and faith are put to the test when tragedy strikes. I Still Believe is an incredible story of musical stardom, the heights of love, the depths of loss, and the healing power of the human spirit. Starring KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, Shania Twain, and Gary Sinise. Any Extras/Special Features: Audio Commentary with Andrew Erwin and Jon Erwin Deleted Scenes Bart and Jeremy The Casting of I Still Believe The Music of I Still Believe The Origin of I Still Believe
For erstwhile "new country" outsider Shania Twain, the commercial impact of her first live video doubtless carries the sweet smell of revenge. Twain's mid-1990s breakthrough, fuelled by formidable production polish and carefully groomed videos, conspicuously delayed live shows until long after the expatriate Canadian's success crossed into platinum territory--an omission that prompted some sceptics to theorise the would-be megastar's talent was accomplished through studio legerdemain. Shania Twain Live may benefit from plenty of polish and more than a little calculation in its staging, but the singer/songwriter's long apprenticeship in lounge bands and resort revues north of the border is apparent. Whether one loves or loathes her songs, Twain herself comes across as a seasoned performer who knows how to work the audience.Equally apparent, and equally unlikely to resolve the division between fans and foes, is Twain's crossover agenda. Scaled for the arenas that Twain and her handlers targeted early on, the concert is closer in pace and power-chords to a mainstream rock show than most country acts, an orientation that aligns the star with Garth Brooks's swaggering attack rather than most country songstresses. Her band may boast three fiddlers, but their slashing attack emulates the kilowatt buzz of the rock guitarists that share the scrim, who pull off familiar string-bending flourishes. As for the front woman, in her electric-green leopard-print top, hip-hugging pants, and meticulously permed, waist-length hair, she resembles some improbably aerobicised white Rastafarian.The set list is a generous one, reproducing most of Twain's back-to-back platinum albums, and illustrates her skill at mixing melting ballads, flirtatious rockers that enable her to strut her physical beauty, and songs testifying to her self-reliance. Still, for all Twain's assertions that she won't suffer fools gladly, the songs ultimately reveal a traditional romanticism with a moderate, post-feminist spark. One need only check out the power equation behind such songs as "Honey, I'm Home" and "Any Man of Mine" to recognise Twain's themes are ultimately much older than their crossover wrappers. --Sam Sutherland
This Hour long special was taped in front of 300 excited fans at Citation Studios in Nashville Tennessee. The show is truly up close and personal with Shania warmly talking about the songs she has written and performs what inspired them and what they mean to her. Twain performs a selection of songs from her latest hit CD UP! which has sold over one million copies in Canada as well as a selection of recent and early smash hits. Shania Twain 'Up Close and Personal' features guests
Shania Twain Up! Live In Chicago marks Shania's first US concert appearance in over 2 and a half years. Live in Chicago was filmed on July 27th in front of over 50 000 enthusiastic fans in Chicago's Grant park. Track Listing Man! I Feel Like A Woman Up! Honey I'm Home She's Not Just A Pretty Face When You Kiss Me Forever and For Always Ka-Ching! Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You) That Don't Impress Me Much I'm Gonna Getcha Good! From This Moment On No-one Needs
DVD featuring the most popular country singer in the world. Tracks included are: 01. What Made You Say That. 02. Dance With The One That Brought You. 03. You Lay A Whole Lot Of Love On Me. 04. Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under? 05. Any Man Of Mine. 06. The Woman In Me (Needs The Man In You). 07. (If You're Not In It For Love) I'm Outta Here! 08. You Win My Love. 09. No One Needs To Know. 10. Home Ain't Where His Heart Is (Anymore). 11. God Bless The Child. 12. Love Gets
Strutting through the audience, the indomitable Tina Turner opens VH1's Divas Live 99 by launching into "Simply the Best", proving she still is. She and honorary diva Elton John belt out an energetic version of "The Bitch is Back", but the highlight is when Turner teases the captivated audience during the slow, sultry opening of "Proud Mary". A sexy dervish on stage, Turner easily out-swaggers her younger backup singer-dancers. Cher joins her to wrap up the classic hit, then segues into her own set in which she seems breathless, but you can't help admire her staying power (four decades!) and forgive her. Diva-in-training Leann Rimes performs "How Do I Live" with a sure, powerful voice. Next to her, Brandy is pleasant but unexciting. Her breathy rendition of "Everything I Do I Do for You" is disappointing, but it picks up when Faith Hill enters. Adding a passion and conviction that young Brandy can't yet muster, Hill grounds the song. Über-diva Whitney Houston gives us the drawn-out vocal gymnastics for which she's famous. Self-effacing she's not, but the girl can hold a note like nobody's business. Mary J Blige matches Houston in a charged "Ain't No Way". Divas Live 99 is a benefit for Save the Music, VH1's project to stress the importance of music education in American public schools. Though not as stunning as the previous year's Divas Live, it's still an enjoyable concert from some of music's favourite performers. --Dana Van Nest, Amazon.com
The multi-award winning Shania Twain is back with arguably her finest concert to date. Recorded live in Miami Florida this unforgettable performance includes her massive hits 'Man I Feel Like A Woman' 'You're Still The One' and 'That Don't Impress Me Much'. Shania is joined on stage by the legendary Elton John to sing 'Something About The Way You Look Tonight' as well as performing 'From This Moment On' with The Backstreet Boys. This is a must see concert that confirms Shania Twai
Shania Twain - The Platinum Collection & The Specials
On July 1998 over 100 000 people gathered in London's Hyde Park and witnessed some of the music industry's biggest names at the largest pop event of the decade. Artist / Track Title: 1. Shania Twain / 'Man I Feel Like A Woman' 2. Shania Twain / 'You Are Still The One' 3. Gary Barlow / 'Back For Good' 4. Lutricia McNeal / 'Stranded' 5. Julian Lennon / 'I Don't Wanna Know' 6. Natalie Imbruglia / 'Torn' 7. Natalie Imbruglia / 'Big Mistake' 8. Louise / 'Arms Around The World' 9. Des'ree / 'Life' 10. Del Amitri / 'Nothing Ever Happens' 11. The Corrs / 'What Can I Do' 12. Eternal / 'I Wanna Be The Only One' 13. The Mavericks / 'Dance The Night Away' 14. The Mavericks / 'Tell Me Why' 15. The Mavericks / 'The Bottle Let Me Down' 16. All Saints / 'Under The Bridge' 17. All Saints / 'Lady Marmalade' 18. Tom Jones / 'It's Not Unusual' 19. Tom Jones / 'Delilah' 20. Tom Jones / 'You Can Leave Your Hat On' 21. Ultra Nate / 'Free' 22. Lionel Richie / 'Say You Say Me' 23. Lionel Richie / 'Time'
This DVD is a look at the popstars and their world of 'Cherry Poppin' getting behind the scenes of the music that sucks.... No holes barred!
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