In this episode, we speak with Director of Photography Ciarán Tanham to discuss his work on the "Love to Love You" music video. The years he spent documenting the band's rise to fame through the documentary "Something Else In The Meantime" and the filming of the band's triumphant return home at their 40,000 crowd concert at Lansdowne Road in 1999.
We hear how it all began with a childhood friendship with the band's manager John Hughes and what it was like to be a fly on the wall for The Corrs' first steps into the promotional work of music making.
At 00:17:52 the episode features a clip of the band playing live at the Carrickdale Hotel in Dundalk on 26th August 1996.
At 00:25:01 there are a number of audio clips and backstage interview highlights of the band playing live at the National Stadium in Dublin on 11th May 1996.
At 01:03:24 the episode features a clip of 'Love to Love You' as heard performed to the 40,000 strong crowd at Lansdowne Road in Dublin on 17th July 1999.
During the interview Ciarán mentions the 'controversy' regarding the JFK Aircraft carrier being docked in Dublin bay. Some 400 plus anti-war demonstrators took to the streets in protest. For more information please see the news article at the following LINK
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