Unplugged: Season 10, Episode 2

The Corrs (28 Feb. 2000)

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Episode complete credited cast:
Herself (lead vocals, tin whistle)
Caroline Corr ...
Herself (drums, piano, bhodhrán, vocals)
Herself (violin, vocals)
Jim Corr ...
Himself (guitar, piano, vocals)
Anthony Drennan ...
Himself (guitar, dobro)
Keith Duffy ...
Himself (bass guitar, percussion)
Mitchell Froom ...
Himself (hammond, piano)


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Referenced in The Corrs at Christmas (2000) See more »


No Frontiers
Written by Jimmy McCarthy
Published by Sony/ATV Tunes LLC, ASCAP
o/b/o Sony/ATV Music Publishing UK Ltd.
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12 April 2001 | by (Perth) – See all my reviews

it was a good show, with many other songs performed that was not released on any album such as "everybody hurts" and "old town".good video though it could have been better if there was more interaction between them and the audience. i especially love the performance of "no frontiers" between Sharon and Caroline, as they seldom sing lead.

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