Various Artists – Sound Relief

Sound Relief 4DVD compilation (cover)

Sound Relief 4DVD compilation (cover)

 

A 4 DVD compilation of the Sound Relief benefit concerts held in Melbourne and Sydney on the 14th of March 2009; including Hunters and Collectors.

Released in: [Australia / NZ].

Release Date: 9 October 2009.

Australian Chart Position: #2 (ARIA) (5 X Platinum).

Availability: Moderately common.

Value: A$30-A$35.

 

 

Track Listing(s)

Legend:

 Highly recommended track.
 Commercial single.
 Promotional single.

 

Version: Liberation Records Australian four DVD video.

DVD Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0.

DVD 1 (MCG 1) Video length: 156 minutes, 31 seconds.

DVD 2 (MCG 2) Video length: 146 minutes, 24 seconds.

DVD 3 (SCG 1) Video length: 117 minutes, 6 seconds.

DVD 4 (SCG 2) Video length: 116 minutes, 54 seconds.

ReplayGain loudness: -7.22dB (Hunters only, 2009).

Melbourne – MCG

 

JET
1. Rip It Up
2. Are You Gonna Be My Girl?

GABRIELLA CILMI
3. Sweet About Me
4. Save The Lies
5. Whole Lotta Love

KINGS OF LEON
6. On Call
7. Use Somebody

PAUL KELLY
8. Dumb Things
9. To Her Door
10. God Told Me
11. Leaps and Bounds
12. How To Make Gravy
13. Meet Me In The Middle Of The Air

AUGIE MARCH
14. Lupus
15. Pennywhistle
16. Brundisium
17. There Is No Such Place
18. This Train Will Be Taking No Passengers
19. One Crowded Hour

BLISS N ESO
20. Up Jumped The Boogie
21. Eye Of The Storm
22. Bullet and A Target
23. Remember Me
24. Party At My Place
25. Field Of Dreams featuring Paris Wells
26. The Sea Is Rising

KASEY CHAMBERS & SHANE NICHOLSON
27. Rattlin’ Bones
28. Monkey On A Wire
29. The Captain
30. The House That Never Was featuring Troy Cassar-Daley

LIAM FINN
31. Second Chance
32. Lead Balloon

FINN FAMILY BAND
33. Don’t Dream It’s Over

JACK JOHNSON
34. Banana Pancakes
35. Times Like These
36. Better Together

WOLFMOTHER
37. Woman
38. White Unicorn
39. Joker & The Thief

KYLIE MINOGUE
40. I Still Call Australia Home

HUNTERS & COLLECTORS
41. When The River Runs Dry
42. Do You See What I See
43. Blind Eye 
44. Say Goodbye
45. Holy Grail
46. Throw Your Arms Around Me
47. The Slab 

SPLIT ENZ
48. Shark Attack
49. Poor Boy
50. I Got You
51. Message To My Girl
52. Dirty Creature
53. Six Months In A Leaky Boat
54. History Never Repeats
55. I See Red

MIDNIGHT OIL
56. Redneck Wonderland
57. Read About It
58. Blue Sky Mine
59. Advance Australia Fair (Instrumental)
60. One Country
61. Beds Are Burning
62. King Of The Mountain
63. Dead Heart
64. Power & The Passion
65. Best Of Both Worlds
66. Sometimes

 

Sydney – SCG

COLDPLAY
67. Yellow
68. You’re the Voice – with John Farnham
69. Fix You

HOODOO GURUS
70. Tojo
71. The Right Time
72. What’s My Scene

 

LITTLE BIRDY

73. Come On Come On
74. Six Months in a Leaky Boat
75. Brother
76. Beautiful to Me

ARCHITECTURE IN HELSINKI
77. Hold Music
78. Do The Whirlwind
79. Heart it Races
80. That Beep

YOU AM I
81. Piano up the Tree

JOSH PYKE
82. Lines on Palms
83. The Summer
84. Make You Happy
85. Don’t Wanna Let You Down
86. Middle of the Hill
87. Memories and Dust

MARCIA HINES
88. Fire and Rain

TAYLOR SWIFT
89. You Belong To Me
90. Our Song
91. Change

ESKIMO JOE
92. Sarah
93. Foreign Land
94. Black Fingernails, Red Wine

JET
95. Rip it Up
96. Are You Gonna By My Girl?
97. She’s A Genius
98. Shine On
99. Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
100. Cold Hard Bitch

THE PRESETS
101. Talk Like That
102. This Boys in Love
103. My People

ICEHOUSE
104. We Can Get Together
105. Crazy
106. Electric Blue
107. Can’t Help Myself
108. Great Southern Land

BARRY GIBB & OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN
109. Jive Talkin’
110. Words
111. Islands in the Stream
112. I Love You I Honestly Love You
113. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
114. Guilty
115. You Should Be Dancing

 

Original studio source of the Hunters songs on this compilation:

 

Review

N/A.

 

Liner Notes

Saturday 7 February 2009 will Forever be known as Black Saturday.

On this day the worst bushfires in the history of Australia caused devastation across Victoria like never seen before. The effect this
terrible tragedy had was felt not only here, but worldwide. Almost simultaneously Queensland was undergoing its own tragedy,
with the state experiencing widespread flooding.

In response to our nation’s greatest ever natural disasters, Australia’s music community, along with some of the biggest music names
internationally, banded together for two stadium benefit concerts that ran simultaneously in both Melbourne and Sydney under the
unified banner Sound Relief.

The final result of over $8 million raised is an achievement that everyone should be proud of. It is fitting that such a tremendous
event can be immortalised on dvd and the generosity of the artists involved must again be acknowledged and commended. Thanks
should also be given to all the individuals and companies that contributed their time and resources to make Sound Relief such a
resounding success.

There is little doubt in my mind that Sound Relief will long remain one of the most significant events in Australia’s rich music history.

On behalf of everyone involved I hope you enjoy Sound Relief as much as the organisers, artists and everyone that worked on it.

I will never forget it.

Michael Gudinski AM
On behalf of the organisers of Sound Relief

Profits from the sale of this DVD will go to fund Red Cross Disaster Preparedness projects which develop programs and resources to better prepare communities for disasters such as Bushfires and Floods. www.redcross.org.au

The audio was supplied and mixed by Triple J. The sounds was not always perfect, or as the bands would have it at one of their own shows, but a reflection of the performance on the day, recorded as well as possible in the time available. It is to their enduring credit that the bands, and in the continuing spirit of the day, gave all necessary permissions to be included on this historic DVD.

LibDVD1103 (P) 2009 Liberation Music