Live in Germany 1993

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Live in Germany 1993
Live album by Bonnie Tyler
Released 2 December 2011
Recorded 1993
Genre Pop
Length 38:02
Label ZYX Music
Bonnie Tyler chronology
Best Of 3 CD
(2011)
Live In Germany 1993
(2011)
Rocks and Honey
(2013)

Live in Germany 1993 is the second live album and DVD by Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler, recorded in Frankfurt in 1993 and released in 2011, with remastered audio.

After several postponed release dates, ZYX Music released the album in three formats; a CD, a DVD, and a CD/DVD Deluxe Edition.

The concert was originally broadcast on German TV in 1993, entitled "Live aus der Schlachter - In Concert". The concert featured a cut version of "Lovers Again" while the credits played, but was too short to be added to the CD, but was added to the DVD. Finally, the concert also featured versions of "God Gave Love To You" and "Bitterblue", which were not added to the DVD or CD.[1][2]

In 2012, the DVD was re-released by Essential Distribution (Essential Music) in South Africa with a new artwork design.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Hide Your Heart"   Desmond Child, Robbie Seidman 4:45
2. "Race To The Fire"   Dieter Bohlen 4:26
3. "To Love Somebody"   Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb 6:59
4. "Lost in France"   Ronnie Scott, Steve Wolfe 2:50
5. "It's a Heartache"   Scott, Wolfe 1:45
6. "Where Were You"   Albert Hammond 4:07
7. "Straight from the Heart"   Bryan Adams, Eric Kagna 4:59
8. "Total Eclipse of the Heart"   Jim Steinman 6:42
9. "Holding Out for a Hero"   Steinman 4:55
10. "Lovers Again" (only on DVD) Desmond Child 2:34

Re-release[edit]

ZYX Music released "Live & Lost In France" on May 10, 2013. This CD/DVD release is a re-issue.[4]

Charts[edit]

N.53 Les Meilleures Ventes en Concert POP/ROCK. Amazon France[1].[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ God Gave Love To You live in Frankfurt, 1993 on YouTube
  2. ^ Bitterblue live in Frankfurt, 1993 on YouTube
  3. ^ Live in Germany 1993, Facebook page of the DVD
  4. ^ Live & Lost in France (CD + DVD) on Amazon.com. Retrieved 7 April, 2013