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DCX MMXVI Live(CD/ Blu-ray)

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It is a package that includes both Blu-ray and 2 CDs. The Disc 3 of the track listings are specific to the Blu-ray tracks. Discs 1 and 2 are the CD listings.


Tapestry: Live in Hyde Park (CD/DVD)

Review Legacy Recordings is proud to announce the release of The Essential Dixie Chicks, the career-spanning collection of chart-topping hits, classic tracks and personal favorites selected by the all-time top-selling female group. The Dixie Chicks are one of a handful of acts with multiple albums achieving “Diamond” sales status - both Wide Open Spaces (1998) and Fly (1999) hit that stratospheric landmark - and have won seven Grammy® awards. Their on-stage reputation has helped them sell over $100 million worth of concert tickets and sold out shows worldwide, and outspoken songs like “Goodbye, Earl” made it clear that this power trio played by nobody’s rules. This Essential 2-CD set includes all their biggest hits, including “Ready To Run,” “Not Ready To Make Nice” and “Landslide” and is a perfect representation of their career…so far.
Now [Deluxe Edition]

Review NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE
Rebel Heart Tour Blu-ray/CD

Review NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE
Winwood Greatest Hits Live

Review NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE
Dixie Chicks - Top of the World Tour Live

Review Now approaching their 30th Anniversary as a musical act, the Dixie Chicks remain the foremost female country/pop group in the world. And while, unfortunately, there hasn t been a new studio album from the girls since 2006 s superb Taking The Long Way, they ve been far from idle in the interim, and are currently still on their mammoth DCX MMXVI World Tour.

This 2 CD box set celebrates the longevity and enormous talent of the Dixie Chicks, and contains rare interviews with Natalie, Martie and Emily, plus audio-biography, booklets and seldom seen photographs, which together make for a delightful collector s item that fans everywhere will want to add to their libraries.


Beautiful Trauma

Review Long Time Gone
Landslide
Travelin' Soldier
Truth No. 2
White Trash Wedding
A Home DVD/Video Version-
More Love Live From the Kodak Theater
Believe In Love
Tortured, Tangled Hearts
Lil' Jack Slade
Godspeed (Sweet Dreams)
Top Of The World
Wide Open Spaces
Cowboy Take Me Away
Goodbye Earl
Sin Wagon

Rebel Heart Tour [2 CD]

Review Alternately goofy and poignant, An Evening with the Dixie Chicks is like getting together with your friends after a hectic day at work: merry diversions, too much personal information spilling like beer, and a slow, soulful authenticity descending as the evening wears on. While the Chicks' predominantly late-20s, female crowd basks in kinship with the band's prolific patter about recent divorces and pregnancies, they are also sweetly appreciative of such shimmering, dreamy material as "Believe in Love," the self-mocking sting of "White Trash Wedding," and the extra pinch of gravitas that makes its way into a live version of Stevie Nicks's "Landslide." The Chicks expertly, almost invisibly, steer their show's mood with remarkable songs ("Top of the World") and country hokum ("Travelin' Soldier"), but it's the punky sneer of their kill-the-batterer satire "Goodbye Earl" that stands out, gaining another edge of reckless fun amid the Chicks' constituency. --Tom Keogh
Songs of Bob Dylan

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It is a package that includes both Blu-ray and 2 CDs. The Disc 3 of the track listings are specific to the Blu-ray tracks. Discs 1 and 2 are the CD listings.


Fly

Review Legacy Recordings is proud to announce the release of The Essential Dixie Chicks, the career-spanning collection of chart-topping hits, classic tracks and personal favorites selected by the all-time top-selling female group. The Dixie Chicks are one of a handful of acts with multiple albums achieving “Diamond” sales status - both Wide Open Spaces (1998) and Fly (1999) hit that stratospheric landmark - and have won seven Grammy® awards. Their on-stage reputation has helped them sell over $100 million worth of concert tickets and sold out shows worldwide, and outspoken songs like “Goodbye, Earl” made it clear that this power trio played by nobody’s rules. This Essential 2-CD set includes all their biggest hits, including “Ready To Run,” “Not Ready To Make Nice” and “Landslide” and is a perfect representation of their career…so far.
Southern Blood

Review NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE
The Essential

Review NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE
Wide Open Spaces

Review NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE
Fly

Review Now approaching their 30th Anniversary as a musical act, the Dixie Chicks remain the foremost female country/pop group in the world. And while, unfortunately, there hasn t been a new studio album from the girls since 2006 s superb Taking The Long Way, they ve been far from idle in the interim, and are currently still on their mammoth DCX MMXVI World Tour.

This 2 CD box set celebrates the longevity and enormous talent of the Dixie Chicks, and contains rare interviews with Natalie, Martie and Emily, plus audio-biography, booklets and seldom seen photographs, which together make for a delightful collector s item that fans everywhere will want to add to their libraries.


Playlist: The Very Best Of The Dixie Chicks

Review Long Time Gone
Landslide
Travelin' Soldier
Truth No. 2
White Trash Wedding
A Home DVD/Video Version-
More Love Live From the Kodak Theater
Believe In Love
Tortured, Tangled Hearts
Lil' Jack Slade
Godspeed (Sweet Dreams)
Top Of The World
Wide Open Spaces
Cowboy Take Me Away
Goodbye Earl
Sin Wagon

Home

Review Alternately goofy and poignant, An Evening with the Dixie Chicks is like getting together with your friends after a hectic day at work: merry diversions, too much personal information spilling like beer, and a slow, soulful authenticity descending as the evening wears on. While the Chicks' predominantly late-20s, female crowd basks in kinship with the band's prolific patter about recent divorces and pregnancies, they are also sweetly appreciative of such shimmering, dreamy material as "Believe in Love," the self-mocking sting of "White Trash Wedding," and the extra pinch of gravitas that makes its way into a live version of Stevie Nicks's "Landslide." The Chicks expertly, almost invisibly, steer their show's mood with remarkable songs ("Top of the World") and country hokum ("Travelin' Soldier"), but it's the punky sneer of their kill-the-batterer satire "Goodbye Earl" that stands out, gaining another edge of reckless fun amid the Chicks' constituency. --Tom Keogh

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