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Out of Ireland - The Hit Songs & Artists of Irish Music (From a Whisper to a Scream)
Out of Ireland - The Hit Songs Artists of Irish Music
From a Whisper to a Scream
Actors: U2, Van Morrison, Bob Geldof, Sinead O'Connor, The Pogues
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
NR     2003     2hr 38min

Traces thirty years of Irish pop music and includes rare archival footage, exclusive interviews and live performance clips.

     
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Actors: U2, Van Morrison, Bob Geldof, Sinead O'Connor, The Pogues
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Sub-Genres: Pop, Rock & Roll, U2, International, DTS
Studio: Eagle Vision Media
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen
DVD Release Date: 11/04/2003
Release Year: 2003
Run Time: 2hr 38min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 3
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English
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Dawn M. from LEESVILLE, LA
Reviewed on 1/1/2010...
Good history and good music. I can't seem to finish it because I keep falling asleep, very soothing.

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A GREAT OVERVIEW OF SOME OF IRELAND'S FINEST
Larry L. Looney | Austin, Texas USA | 12/23/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"No program of this type is going to please EVERY music fan - music is too much of a subjective passion for the listener, and some viewers are inevitably going to feel that their favorites were slighted in some way - but this series, produced by the Irish television network, goes a long way in giving widespread, attentive coverage to those acts who were innovators and groundbreakers, inspiring and enabling others to follow in their footsteps, certainly not as imitators, but as fellow-travelers on a never-ending adventure in music, art, culture and politics.Beginning in the 1950s with the show bands, and moving through the 1980s, the three episodes contained on this DVD release (by the way, FROM A WHISPER TO A SCREAM and OUT OF IRELAND seem to be the same material with a different title and cover, the latter being the newer release) cover an amazing amount of musical ground - and, valuably, give the viewer lots of valuable background information on the Irish culture and atmosphere that contributed so vitally to the music documented here.There's plenty of rare, historical footage to be seen here - Planxty, from (I'm guessing) around 1972; Clannad (including a bit of the video featuring Maire NíBhraonain and Bono duetting beautifully on `In a lifetime'; Horslips (a great band that mixed traditional tunes with electricity, sadly unknown in the rest of the world); a great live segment with legends Moving Hearts performing `Hiroshima-Nagasaki Russian roulette'; and much, much more. More toward the rock end of the spectrum, the programs deal extensively with U2 (of course), Bob Geldof's Boomtown Rats (including a nice section on the Live Aid concert that Geldof organized), Thin Lizzy (there's a touching tribute to Phil Lynott), Rory Gallagher (with and without his band Taste), the great Van Morrison, Sínead Ó Connor - and the list goes on and on.Some of the archival footage is a little rough - but that's to be expected, and it actually adds not only a feeling of authenticity to the programs, but a sense of the true history of the subject as well. For too long, Ireland has been thought of as a piece of the British empire (of course, the North is still...), both politically and culturally. The programs explore the problems experienced by bands attempting to make a name for themselves in the 60s - scoffed at, and worse, by the powers-that-be in the UK music industry, until by sheer talent and determination, they made the world take heed and listen to them.This is a great documentary - and I was touched to receive it as a gift from my best friend. She really knows me well, and was right on target with this choice. Highly recommended to anyone who takes their music - rock & roll as well as traditional - seriously."