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|1. Un Amore Per Sempre|
|3. The Prayer (feat. Angie Stone)|
|4. For Always|
|5. Vincent (Starry, Starry Night)|
|6. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (feat. Lili Haydn)|
|7. Broken Vow - Josh Groban|
|8. O Holy Night|
|1. Alla Luce Del Sole (Video)|
|2. You're Still You (Video)|
|3. Vincent (Starry Starry Night) (Video)|
|4. Gira Con Me Questa Notte (Video)|
|5. Un Amore Per Sempre (Video)|
|6. Alejate (Video)|
|7. Broken Vow (Video)|
|8. To Where You Are (Video)|
|9. Cinema Paradiso (Video)|
|10. For Always (Video)|
See all 15 tracks on this disc
Josh Groban In Concert is a special package, including a DVD featuring footage from his PBS Great Performances appearance and a CD including songs not available on his self-titled debut album. It tentatively features "Broken Vow," "For Always (from the A.I. soundtrack) and his exclusive Christmas song "O Holy Night," as well as selected tracks from the live PBS special. Additional footage includes a 20-minute conversation with Josh, David Foster, and John Williams and friends; a 5-minute Josh Groban home movie; and an exclusive Web link.
Josh Groban in Concert has all the ingredients to be a long-running PBS staple: a young (21), good-looking performer with a golden voice; songs in Italian and Spanish for the crossover crowd (i.e., Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman) and pop and movie songs for the mainstream; guest stars galore (David Foster, John Williams, Angie Stone, Andrea Corr, Lili Haydn); a large orchestra; and striking but not obtrusive visual effects. The centerpiece of this DVD-CD combo (also available in a DVD keepcase) is the 80-minute concert DVD, filmed in Pasadena in October 2002 and featuring numerous songs from Groban's debut CD, including "You're Still You," which catapulted him into stardom when he sang it on TV's Ally McBeal. There are also two new songs--the ballad "Broken Vow," with Groban accompanied by Foster, and "For Always," with the orchestra conducted by John Williams, who wrote the song for the Steven Spielberg film A.I..
The 37-minute CD offers seven songs performed in the concert (including the two not on the previous CD, "Broken Vow" and "For Always"), plus "O Holy Night." The DVD has excellent picture and sound (PCM stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1, and DTS), interviews, and backstage footage, and the combination with the CD is an excellent value. Groban's fans, of course, will consider it a treasure at any price. --David Horiuchi
Music is fine (cd is intact) but the cases were broken. I transferred labels and cd to an older cd case to compensate. Use better packaging and care next time!Published 20 months ago by RS
I think I knew about Josh Groban long before most people did, and I know I introduced him (via my website) to hundreds. Read morePublished on March 2 2004 by Bluesy200
It is a beautiful album. I love to hear him sing
I especially like it when he sings English lyrics.
He is my favorite artist of this time. Read more
My wife and children love this album, and the concert. I can't count the number of times it was played in our house--until we received the Mario Frangoulis DVD. Read morePublished on Feb. 24 2004
It has been my dream to one day have someone sing "Oh Holy Night" the way it'supposed to be sung, and finally Josh Groban did it!!! Read morePublished on Feb. 12 2004 by "gretlcello"
Josh is the best singer ever. You get to listen and watch him with this cd/dvd. What more could you ask for. It is perfection.Published on Jan. 1 2004 by Dance Dance Dance
I was watching a skating competition called "Ice Wars" the other night and was totally mesmerized by a new program skated by the beautiful Russian pair skaters, Elena... Read morePublished on Dec 18 2003 by Susan
The most unique voice I have ever heard. The English songs really make me feel, very emotional. The Italian Songs sound great, but I don't like as much since I don't know what he... Read morePublished on Dec 10 2003 by sbrozo
This man is beyond his years in regards to his talent. I am 22 years old and I was introduced to him by 2 of my friends (21 yrs). Read morePublished on Nov. 13 2003 by John Reyes