Here Is Mariah Carey

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Here Is Mariah Carey
HereIsMariahCarey.jpg
Video by Mariah Carey
Released December 1, 1993 (VHS)
December 1, 1993 (Laserdisc)
September 12, 2006 (DVD)
Recorded 1993
Genre
Length 65:00
Label Columbia
Director Lawrence Jordan
Producer Mariah Carey, Jack Gulick, Randy Hoffman, Al Smith
Mariah Carey chronology
MTV Unplugged +3
(1992)
Here Is Mariah Carey
(1993)
Fantasy: Mariah Carey at Madison Square Garden
(1996)

Here Is Mariah Carey, also known simply as Mariah Carey or Mariah's Thanksgiving NBC Special, was Mariah Carey's third DVD/video release. It presents Carey performing live at Proctor's Theatre in Schenectady, New York on July 18, 1993. The video was originally released in late 1993, and the DVD was released on September 12, 2006.

First shown as a television special on Thanksgiving 1993 on NBC, the video presents Carey performing a concert to celebrate and promote her Music Box album. She performed four songs from Music Box: "Dreamlover", "Hero", "Without You", and "Anytime You Need a Friend"; this concert was the first public performance of these songs. Carey also performed five older hits: "Vision of Love", "Love Takes Time", "Someday", "Emotions", and "Make It Happen". In addition to the performances, an alternate version of the duet "I'll Be There" by Carey and Trey Lorenz was also shown. This song was also filmed at Proctor's Theatre with members of the Albany Police Athletic League on stage with Mariah.

Much of this material would later be featured in Carey's late 1993 Music Box Tour.

The video release comes with the music video of "Dreamlover". Performances of "Dreamlover" and "Hero" from this concert were later used for audio release as official live versions on commercial/promo singles.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Emotions"
  2. "Hero"
  3. "Someday"
  4. "Without You"
  5. "Make It Happen"
  6. "Dreamlover"
  7. "Love Takes Time"
  8. "Anytime You Need a Friend"
  9. "Vision of Love"
  10. "I'll Be There"
  11. "Dreamlover" (music video)

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Certification Sales
French Music DVD Chart[1] Gold 10,000[2]
U.S. Billboard Top Music Video[3] 4 Platinum 100,000[4]

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