Souvenirs (Tina Arena album)

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Released20 November 2000
Genre Pop
Label Columbia
Tina Arena chronology
In Deep
Just Me

Souvenirs is the first compilation album released exclusively in Australia to highlight Tina Arena's international career over the previous few years. Divided into three sections covering songs from screen, stage and overseas, Souvenirs includes recordings that had not appeared on any of Arena's Australian albums to date. They include songs from soundtracks, live recordings from a performance at the prestigious Olympia Theatre in Paris, and the singles that launched her as a major star on the continent. [1]


Track listing

1."I Want to Spend My Lifetime Loving You"Horner, Jennings4:44
2."Love's Funny That Way"Arena, McTaggart, Tyson4:38
3."Show Me Heaven"McKee, Rackin, Rifkin4:22
4."If I Was a River"Warren5:21
5."Whistle Down the Wind"Steinman, Webber3:54
6."No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)" (Live, duet with Donna Summer)Jabara, Roberts4:01
7."Burn" (live at the Olympia)Arena, Reswick, Werfel5:20
8."Sorrento Moon (I Remember)" (live at the Olympia)Arena, Tyson, Ward5:16
9."Chains" (live at the Olympia)Arena, Reswick, Werfel5:54
10."Live (for the One I Love)"Amcos, Cocciante, Jennings3:40
11."Les trois cloches"Villard5:19
12."Segnali di fumo" (duet with Luca Barbarossa)Barbarossa3:47
13."Aller plus haut"J. Kapler7:35
Bonus multimedia tracks
14."Aller plus haut" (music video)J. Kapler 
15."Les trois cloches" (music video)Villard 
16."If I Was a River" (music video)Warren 

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