Olivia - Olivia Newton-John Live In Concert album flac
|1||Deeper Than The Night|
|2||Let Me Be There|
|3||Please Mister Please|
|4||If You Love Me, Let Me Know|
|10||A Little More Love|
|14||Make A Move On Me|
|15||Hopelessly Devoted To You|
|16||You're The One That I Want|
|18||I Honestly Love You|
|74-021||Olivia*||Olivia In Concert (Laserdisc, 12", NTSC, CLV)||MCA Videodisc, Inc.||74-021||US||1983|
|792 306||Olivia Newton-John||Olivia In Concert (VHS, SECAM)||Embassy Home Entertainment||792 306||France||1983|
|1241||Olivia*||Olivia Newton-John Live In Concert (VHS, PAL)||Embassy||1241||Germany||1983|
|ELV1241||Olivia*||Olivia Newton-John Live In Concert (Laserdisc, 12", PAL)||Embassy||ELV1241||UK||1983|
|SM048-3204||Olivia*||Olivia Newton-John Live In Concert (Laserdisc, 12", RE, NTSC)||Pioneer LDC, Inc.||SM048-3204||Japan||1983|
MAGIC IN CONCERT, OLIVIA PERFORMED THIS SONG AT Weber State University, Utah, USA IN 1982 AND THE VIDEO WAS FIRST RELEASED IN 1983.
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Long Live Love is a studio album by Olivia Newton-John, released in 1974 by EMI Records. It was not released in the US. The song "I Honestly Love You" was her first number 1 single in the US, released on the album If You Love Me, Let Me Know
The videography of Australian singer-songwriter Olivia Newton-John consists of sixty-two music videos, three concert tour videos, four music video collections, two music video compilations, one TV special video and three promotional videos for television programs. Newton-John first music video was for "Follow Me", a promotional single from her 1975 album Have You Never Been Mellow. She released another four music videos (including two from live performances) before Grease
Official Olivia Newton-John Fan Page. The opening number from our concert! I loved touring with John again. 24 May at 11:14 ·. For everyone living in the UK, will be published on 13 June.
Together, Farnham and Newton-John’s voices are bound up in the collective DNA of Australian music lovers. Recorded with the Australian Philharmonic Orchestra, the concert features over 2 hours of hits from two of Australia’s most iconic singers. Together, Farnham and Newton-John’s voices are bound up in the collective DNA of Australian music lovers.
It's the first concert tour by Newton-John since 1978 and her last in 16 years, until The Main Event Tour. The show had advanced technical aspects at the time, and was divided into four segments, determined by Newton-John costume changes and a video interlude. The Physical Tour has been broadcast on a number of channels across the world. A VHS and laserdisc version of the performances was released in 1983.
Olivia (Olivia Newton-John album). Olivia is the second studio album by the Australian singer-songwriter Olivia Newton-John, released in 1972. Two of its songs were released as singles ("What Is Life" and "My Old Man's Got a Gun"). In its initial release, it was not issued in the United States, though it was sold there as an import. A digitally remastered version was released in 1995.
The concert was recorded live at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, 8th April, 2015. Australia's much-loved legends performed a set together and solo sets to ensure all their hits spanning 5 decades along with some special selections were showcased for fans on this once-in-a-lifetime concert experience
The title, as indicated on all packaging and marketing materials as well as video charts dating back to 1983, is in fact, "Olivia in Concert. it seems only the Laserdisc, as of today, indicates the proper title. Reply Notify me Helpful.