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  1.  The Dubliners on the Road.


    Two stars only for this effort. although the the DVD shows an impressive list of songs, for the most part. one only hears very short snippets of them. This is more a documentry program rather than a live concert recording. It beats me that the concert was not fully recoeded. Mike Murphy.

  2.  Celtic Thunder


    Only one star for this DVD. The singers are not paticularly good,and the American production is over the top.
    I am afraid the that I cannot find anything positive to say about it.
    Mike Murphy.

  3.  Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1.


    A good film, but I found that the back ground was a little to dark.
    also, I do not know if any other viewers have found that, as i have, that my blue ray copy, the speech, and charicter actions slip out of syncronisation after about fifteen minutes into the film, and progressivly gets more out of sync, as the film progresses!

  4.  Very Disapointing


    I found this DVD to be very disapointing. The sound on every song was deliverd with heavy use of echo, which had the effect of making all the slow songs(most of them) all sound the same.
    Chris has the type of voice that needs others to harmonise with him,and he has always sounded better, and more in tune with the audience when performing with a band, such as his first band of Canadian musicians with whom he toured in the eighties, ;Also his songs were better back then. I think that he has lost direction. by touring alone.

  5.  The Corries. Lads Among the Heather Vol.2.


    Good quality picture, and sound, dispite the fact that most of the recordings are more that twenty years old. The recoridng is set in a pub, with the audience right up close, and one can almost sence that the lads are really enjoying that fact. Watch out for the sudden clouds of smoke that occassionally appears across the picture, almost like a fog, it is a bit annoying, but it is one of the problems with live recordings. This is still a very good DVD, a must for fans, and hopefully for a new generation.

  6.  The Corries, The Lads Among The Heather. Vol.1


    Good quality picture, and sound, particularly as most of the recordings are more than 20 years old. Most of the tracks are set in a pub, with the audience up close, and you can sence the atmosphere. The remaining recordings are set in a studio, and although the quality is fine, the lack of an audience, appears to leave the lads a little like they are missing having an audience to spark off. This is still a great DVD, a must for fans, and hopefully a new generation of fans.