Crowded House - Live On Earth (Recorded Live 09-Dec-07 Wembley Arena London) mp3 album
Live Earth was a one off event developed to combat climate change. The first series of benefit concerts were held on July 7, 2007. The concerts brought together more than 150 musical acts in eleven locations around the world which were broadcast to a mass global audience through televisions, radio, and streamed via the Internet. The umbrella organization for the event was Save Our Selves, founded by Kevin Wall (Executive Producer), and included major partners such as former .
Time on Earth is the fifth studio album by the pop-rock band Crowded House. Tracks have been produced by both Ethan Johns and Steve Lillywhite and the album was released on 30 June 2007 in Australia, 2 July in the United Kingdom and 10 July in North America. Time on Earth is the band's first studio album since 1993, and marks the reunion of the band eleven years after they disbanded and features new drummer Matt Sherrod in place of the original drummer, Paul Hester, who took his own life in 2005.
Crowded House is the self-titled debut album by the band Crowded House. It was released in 1986 and produced by Mitchell Froom. The album was the first to feature band-leader Neil Finn following the break-up of his previous group Split Enz. The album includes the hit singles "Don't Dream It's Over", "Something So Strong", "Mean to Me", "World Where You Live" and "Now We're Getting Somewhere", the first four of which were included on the group's first greatest hits album Recurring Dream.
The Live Earth concert in the United Kingdom was held at Wembley Stadium, London, England on 7 July 2007. Chris Moyles (presenter) (W 13:55). Genesis - "Behind the Lines"/"Duke's End", "Turn It On Again", "Land of Confusion" and "Invisible Touch" (W 14:00). Eddie Izzard (presenter) (W 14:25). Razorlight - "In The Morning", "America" and "Los Angeles Waltz" (W 14:30). Alan Carr (presenter) (W 14:55).
Crowded House were midway through a US tour when Paul Hester quit the band on 15 April 1994. He flew home to Melbourne to await the birth of his first child and indicated that he required more time with his family. Wally Ingram, drummer for support act Sheryl Crow, temporarily filled in until a replacement, Peter Jones. The album debuted at number one in Australia, New Zealand and the UK in July 1996. Early copies included a bonus CD of live material. The album's three new songs, which were released as singles, were "Instinct", "Not the Girl You Think You Are" and "Everything Is Good for You", which featured backing vocals from Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder
Live on Earth is a live recording (double CD) of the band UFO. It was recorded in Vienna, Austria in 1998 and features four-fifths of the reformed, classic line up of the band from the late 1970s with Simon Wright replacing Andy Parker on drums who had decided to run his family business rather than tour.
Earth Calling (Live At Liverpool and London) (1996 Digital Remaster). 2. Born To Go (Live At Liverpool and London) (1996 Digital Remaster). 3. Down Through the Night (Live At Liverpool and London) (1996 Digital Remaster). 4. The Awakening (Live At Liverpool and London) (1996 Digital Remaster). 5. Lord of Light (Live At Liverpool and London) (1996 Digital Remaster). 6. Black Corridor (Live At Liverpool and London) (1996 Digital Remaster). Live Sonic Attack (Recorded Live Between 1977-1982). Warrior on the Edge of Time. Quark, Strangeness and Charm.
Live performance recorded at Wembley Arena, London, on 28th March 2007. Matrix, Runout (CD1 Variant 1): CDR UG 80 E (05018105). Mould SID Code (CD1 Variant 1): IFPI ED61. Matrix, Runout (CD2 Variant 1): CDR UG 80 E (05018105). Mould SID Code (CD2 Variant 1): IFPI ED62.
Band Name Crowded House. Album Name Time on Earth. Other productions from Crowded House.
|1-2||Don't Stop Now||3:51|
|1-3||It's Only Natural||6:20|
|1-4||Fall At Your Feet||5:36|
|1-5||Nobody Wants To||5:05|
|1-6||She Walked Her Way Down||7:05|
|1-7||Walking On The Spot||5:01|
|1-8||When You Come||7:58|
|1-9||In My Command||4:58|
|1-11||Don't Dream It's Over||6:09|
|1-12||Say That Again||5:26|
|2-1||Pour Le Monde||6:31|
|2-2||Mean To Me||4:55|
|2-4||Weather With You||5:55|
|2-6||Something So Strong||5:20|
|2-7||Fingers Of Love||8:28|
|2-8||She Goes On / Throw Your Arms Around Me||8:34|
|2-9||Black & White Boy||3:42|
|2-10||Four Seasons In One Day||5:52|
|2-11||Better Be Home Soon||5:47|
- Recorded By – Concert Live
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Recorded At – Wembley Arena
- Artwork – Nick Seymour, Sharon Chai
- Backing Vocals – Mark Hart, Matt Sherrod , Nick Seymour
- Bass – Nick Seymour
- Booking [Booking Agent] – Creative Artists Agency, Emma Banks
- Drums [Uncredited] – Matt Sherrod
- Engineer [Foh Sound] – Jim Warren
- Engineer [Monitor] – Ben Shapiro
- Guitar – Mark Hart, Neil Finn
- Keyboards [Keys] – Mark Hart, Matt Sherrod , Neil Finn
- Lighting [Designer] – Paul Normandale
- Lighting [Operator] – Glenn Johnson*
- Management – Alec McKinlay, Ignition
- Production Manager – Daniel Choi*
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Will Shapland*
- Technician – John Walsh , Marcus Bennett, Mickey Winder
- Tour Manager – Dee McLoughlin
- Vocals – Neil Finn
NotesDigipak. Official soundboard recording of Crowded House performing live at Wembley Arena, London on 9 December 2007. Copies of the two CDr set were available directly from the venue within half an hour of the show ending.
There are no tracks listed on the artwork - the titles were added by the submitter for reference only. Matt Sherrod is incorrectly listed on the sleeve as being responsible for 'Guitar, Vocals, Keys' when in fact he is the drummer and provides backing vocals.
Both CDrs are stamped with unique artwork and general copyright information.
This release is limited to 1,500 copies.
℗ 2007 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd. © 2007 EMI Records Ltd.