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Symphony of Life (album)

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Symphony of Life
Symphony of Life cover.jpg
Live album by Tina Arena
Released 23 November 2012
Recorded 5 August 2012 at Melbourne Arts Centre
Genre
Length 90 minutes
Label
Tina Arena chronology
Live: The Onstage Collection
(2010)Live: The Onstage Collection2010
Symphony of Life
(2012)
Reset
(2013)Reset2013

Symphony of Life is the fourth live album released by Australian singer and songwriter Tina Arena on 23 November 2012.[1] The album was filmed and recorded at the Melbourne Arts Centre's Hamer Hall during a series of sold-out concerts for her Australian fans. A DVD of this audio album was also released on the same date with the same cover artwork. Anthony Callea stepped in as special guest for the concert series.[2]

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Contents

Promotion

The live record and the DVD was heavily promoted on Arena's official website, Facebook and various online media outlets. Before the record was released, a TV special titled 'Tina Arena: Live in Melbourne' on Foxtel aired at 8:30 PM Saturday 17 November 2012. The same footage from the DVD was shown. Free Tina Arena postcards were given to those who pre-ordered the album prior to the release date.[3][4]

Track listing

CD disc one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Arenature Overture"    
2. "Living a Lifetime Together" Tina Arena, Francesco De Benedittis, Emanuelle Vidal De-Fonseca, Paul Manners  
3. "Oh Me Oh My" Jim Doris  
4. "The Man with the Child in His Eyes" Kate Bush  
5. "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself" David Bacharach  
6. "My Husband Makes Movies" Karen Akers  
7. "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" Tim Rice  
8. "The Prayer" (with Anthony Callea) David Foster, Carole Bayer Sager, Alberto Testa, Tony Renis  
9. "I Want to Spend My Lifetime Loving You" (with Anthony Callea) James Horner  
CD disc two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Wasn't It Good" Tina Arena, Heather Field, Robert Parde  
2. "Burn" Arena, Pam Reswick, Steve Werfel)  
3. "Sorrento Moon (I Remember)" Arena, David Tyson, Christopher Ward  
4. "You Made Me Find Myself" Arena, Desmond Child, Ty Lacy  
5. "Je m'appelle Bagdad" David Gategno, Elodie Hesme  
6. "Only Women Bleed" Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner  
7. "GoldenEye" Bono, The Edge  
8. "Maybe This Time" Ebb, Kander  
9. "Symphony of Life" Arena, Peter-John Vettese  
10. "Cry Me a River" Arthur Hamilton  
11. "Chains" Arena, Pam Reswick, Steve Werfel  
12. "Both Sides Now" Joni Mitchell  
13. "Call Me" Debbie Harry, Giorgio Moroder  

Charts

The live album debuted at #60 on the ARIA Main Australian Artist Chart. It has just spent a week on the top 100 and has been off the chart right after the next week. The album re-entered the charts at #95 a few weeks later. Meanwhile, the record debuted at #18 on the ARIA Top 20 Australian Albums Chart making it Arena's 10th Top 20 album on the said Australian-only Artist chart.[5][6] The DVD debuted at #4 on the Top 40 ARIA Music DVDs Chart.[7]

CD
Chart (2012) Peak
position
ARIA Top 50 Albums 60
ARIA Top 20 Australian Albums 18
DVD
Chart (2012) Peak
position
ARIA Music DVDs Chart 4

References

  1. ^ Ambition Entertainment Retrieved on 21 December 2012.
  2. ^ [1] Noise11. Retrieved on 21 December 2012.
  3. ^ [2] Austar.com.au. Retrieved on 21 December 2012.
  4. ^ [3] Australia's TV Tonight. Retrieved on 21 December 2012.
  5. ^ [4] www.australian-charts.com. Retrieved on 14 January 2013.
  6. ^ [5] www.ariacharts.com.au. Retrieved on 15 January 2013.
  7. ^ [6] www.ariacharts.com.au. Retrieved on 15 January 2013.
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