REVIEWSDVDCMA AWARDS LIVE: GREATEST MOMENTS 1968-2015

CMA AWARDS LIVE: GREATEST MOMENTS REVIEWED “CMA Awards Live: Greatest Moments” brings together ten discs of multiple artists across the decades. You get a special booklet attached outside of the case that helps make sense of the musical award action. But, let’s be honest. It’s the kind of deep archival material that spurs many YouTube deep dives. For those that want more than the standard video clips, you also get some quality interviews. It’s a...
December 3, 20171 min

CMA AWARDS LIVE: GREATEST MOMENTS REVIEWED

“CMA Awards Live: Greatest Moments” brings together ten discs of multiple artists across the decades. You get a special booklet attached outside of the case that helps make sense of the musical award action. But, let’s be honest. It’s the kind of deep archival material that spurs many YouTube deep dives. For those that want more than the standard video clips, you also get some quality interviews. It’s a win-win all around for country music fans! Pick it up today!

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • 44 page memory book
  • Bonus interviews

A/V STATS

  • 1.33:1, 1.78:1 standard definition transfers
  • MONO / Dolby 2.0

RELEASE DATE: OUT NOW! (exclusively via Time Life)

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    Video - 88%
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    Audio - 87%
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    Supplemental Material - 89%
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    Show Score - 88%
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The Plot Thus Far

For 50 years, the CMA Awards have spotlighted the top performers of country music, capturing the songs and artists that have provided a soundtrack for our lives. This collection takes you from the early days of the CMA Awards in the late 1960s when Loretta Lynn, Johnny Cash and Glen Campbell dominated the country music scene to today’s top country stars including Carrie Underwood, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan and Chris Stapleton. This collection of CMA Awards performances showcases the diversity of talent and the powerful songs that have made country music the heartbeat of America.

You’ll see once-in-a-lifetime moments including Loretta Lynn’s “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” Merle Haggard’s “Okie from Muskogee,” and Alan Jackson’s “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning).” Plus you’ll see famous country duets and collaborations including “Jackson” by Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, “Cowgirls Don’t Cry,” by Brooks & Dunn and Reba McEntire, and “Lady” by Kenny Rogers and Lionel Richie.

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