Olivia Newton-John - Video Gold I & II download mp3 album
The videography of Australian singer-songwriter Olivia Newton-John consists of sixty-two music videos, three concert tour videos, four music video collections, two music video compilations, one TV special video and three promotional videos for television programs. Newton-John first music video was for "Follow Me", a promotional single from her 1975 album Have You Never Been Mellow. She released another four music videos (including two from live performances) before Grease
Olivia is the second studio album by the Australian singer-songwriter Olivia Newton-John, released in 1972. Two of its songs were released as singles ("What Is Life" and "My Old Man's Got a Gun"). In its initial release, it was not issued in the United States, though it was sold there as an import. A digitally remastered version was released in 1995
With Olivia Newton-John, Chloe Lattanzi, Matt Lattanzi, John Travolta. Includes 20 videos from the "Twist of Fate" and "Soul Kiss" years, plus live versions of "You're the One That I Want," "Suddenly," and "Xanadu. 0Check in. X I'm Watching This! Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.
Pop icon Olivia Newton-John was one of the first and most endearing artists of the video generation. Her clips for hits such as "Deeper Than The Night," "Twist Of Fate," "Physical," "Soul Kiss," "Magic" and others became instant MTV staples. Today, many of these highly treasured videos have found a second life on VH-1. Her 1980 film Xanadu yielded a blockbuster album and the gold "Magic. Heart Attack" ( and "Tied Up" appeared on 1982's Greatest Hits. Livin' In Desperate Times," the John Travolta duet "Twist Of Fate" ( "Take A Chance" and "Shaking You" debuted on 1983's Two Of A Kind soundtrack.
Gold (Olivia Newton-John album). Redirected from Olivia Newton-John: Gold). Olivia Newton-John: Gold is a double album of greatest hits by Olivia Newton-John released on June 14, 2005.
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2 (Olivia Newton-John album). The Peter Allen and Johnny O'Keefe duets are built around archive recordings, with new vocals added by Newton-John. The album was planned to include the song True to Yourself, a Vanessa Amorosi song, re-recorded as a duet and it was as meant to track two. However, the track was dropped at the last minute due to contractual disagreements between Amorosi's Transistor Music and Newton-John's Universal Music labels. Both women declared to feel very sad about this situation and have been quick to say that there is no problem between them, but that it is simply a contractual matter.
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|Video Gold I|
|DVD1-1||Deeper Than The Night|
|DVD1-2||A Little More Love (Version I)|
|DVD1-8||A Little More Love (Version II)|
|DVD1-10||The Promise (The Dolphin Song)|
|DVD1-11||Love Make Me Strong|
|DVD1-13||Make A Move On Me|
|DVD1-16||Hopelessly Devoted To You|
|DVD1-17||Let Me Be There (Live)|
|DVD1-18||Please Mr. Please (Live)|
|DVD1-19||If You Love Me, Let Me Know (Live)|
|Video Gold II|
|DVD2-1||Twist Of Fate|
|DVD2-2||Take A Chance
Vocals [Duet] – John Travolta
|DVD2-3||Livin' In Desperate Times|
|DVD2-11||The Right Moment|
|DVD2-13||Can't We Talk It Over In Bed|
|DVD2-14||Reach Out For Me|
|DVD2-15||I Need Love|
|DVD2-16||I Honestly Love You|
|DVD2-19||You're The One That I Want (Live)|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 602498845325
|339238||Olivia Newton-John||Video Gold (2xDVD-V, Comp)||Festival Mushroom Records, ONJ||339238||Australia & New Zealand||2005|