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Olivia Newton-John and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra: Live at the Sydney Opera House (2007)

TV Movie  -   -  Music  -  3 December 2007 (USA)
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Title: Olivia Newton-John and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra: Live at the Sydney Opera House (TV Movie 2007)

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Credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Warren Ham ...
Himself - Musician: Horns & Vocals
Lee Hendricks ...
Himself - Musician: Bass
Rick King ...
Himself - Conductor: The Sydney Orchestra
Catherine Marx ...
Herself - Musician: Keys
Carmella Ramsey ...
Herself - Musician: Background Vocals
Steve Real ...
Himself - Musician: Background Vocals
Sydney Symphony ...
Orchestra (as The Sydney Orchestra)
Andy Timmons ...
Himself - Musician: Guitar & Vocals
Dan Wojciechowski ...
Himself - Musician: Drums


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Magnificently mature Olivia Newton-John
5 September 2014 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

If you want young anorexic D-cup dancers in micro-miniskirts, fabulous light shows, slick choreography, and glamorous costuming, buy another DVD.

All you get on this DVD is a gracefully aging Olivia Newton-John singing, surrounded by great talent. She sits, she stands, and occasionally she sways to the music. And she sings.

Her voice is at least as strong and beautiful as it ever was. And ever was it! She performs her big hits, usually, but not always, in the same styles as the originals. She sings a few songs made popular by others. She sings a few new songs.

There are frequent digressions showing ON-J playing tourist with her friends, but these are short and help pace the show without being unduly distracting. Two hours well spent.

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