In her first commercially-released video performance since the announced 2-year hiatus for The Cranberries, Dolores O'Riordan appears on the new DVD companion to this year's CD release, "Zu & Co". As a part ofa collection of duets with Italian vocalist, Zucchero, Dolores's performance of "Pure Love" will be included on the singer's live DVD. The concert footage was taken from a performance held on May 6, 2004 at London's Royal Albert Hall - a stage familiar to The Cranberries.
The region 2 DVD, currently scheduled for released on October 18 in most European countries, November for France, will most likely hit stores in November and will include a backstage documentary, a photo gallery, the making of the ZU & Co album (presumably the same as on the ZU & Co special edition), Dunne Mosse with Miles Davis and "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime" live at the 46664 concert in South Africa with Queen's Brian May as well as Roger Taylor and Sharon Corr. Plus, the disc has a teasing collection of "Hiden Extras". Currently, only a Region 2 release is planned for "Live at Royal Albert Hall."
The main event of the DVD, however, is the show itself, boasting this tracklisting:
Dunne Mosse (featuring Miles Davis 'in spirit')
Rossa mela della sera
Il grande baboomba (featuring Mousse T.)
Like the sun (featuring Irene Fornaciari)
Everybody's got to learn sometime (featuring Jenny Bae)
I'm in trouble (featuring Tina Arena)
Baila Morena (featuring Maná's Fher)
Ali D'Oro (featuring John Lee Hooker 'in spirit')
Senza una donna (featuring Paul Young)
Pure Love (featuring Dolores O'Riordan)
Diavolo in me (featuring Solomon Burke)
Il volo (featuring Ronan Keating)
Cosi Celeste (featuring Cheb Mami)
Madre Dolcissima (featuring Brian May)
Il Mare... (featuring Brian May)
Hey Man (featuring Eric Clapton)
Wonderful World (featuring Eric Clapton)
Miserere (featuring Luciano Pavarotti)
Solo una sana...
X colpa di chi?
Hai scelto me
Zu & Co is not the only upcoming DVD release for Dolores. Universal is re-releasing 1994's The Cranberries "Live" on DVD, November 29th throughout Europe.
Source: Un Po' di Zucchero
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