Release Date March 12, 2002
 Artist The Corrs
 Record Label Lava / Atlantic Records
 Singles With U2 None
 Promotional Releases When the Stars Go Blue (2002)
Bono contributes vocals to two live tracks, "Summer Rain" and "When the Stars Go Blue"
 TRACKLISTING (Click for Lyrics)
  • Would You Be Happier? (3:24) 
  • Breathless (3:27) 
  • When the Stars Go Blue (4:19) 
  • Little Wing (5:14) 
  • Joy of Life / Trout in the Bath (4:05) 
  • Runaway (4:38) 
  • Only Love Can Break Your Heart (3:03) 
  • Radio (4:50) 
  • Summer Wine (3:54) 
  • So Young (4:52) 
  • Ruby Tuesday (3:39) 
When the Stars Go Blue: Written by Ryan Adams. 
Summer Wine: Written by Lee Hazelwood. 
Both: Andrea Corr: Lead Vocals / Tin Whistle. Caroline Corr: Drums / Piano / Bodhran / Vocals. Sharon Corr: Violin / Vocals. Jim Corr: Guitar / Piano / Vocals. Anthony Drennan: Guitar / Dobro. Keith Duffy: Bass Guitar / Percussion.  Orchestra arranged and conducted by Fiachra Trench, except "Summer Wine" arranged by Brian Byrne. Additional Instrumentation: The Irish Film Orchestra.  Orchestral Management: Caitriona Walsh.  Leader: Declan Daly.  Trumpet / Flugelhorn: Ronan Dooney and Stephen McDonnal.  Trombone: Karl Ronan. Accordian: Rob McVay.  Percussion: Lloyd Byrne. Engineers: Mike Walter and Paul Long.  Assistant Engineer: Tom Tranter.  Recorded with BBC Live Music Mobile. Mixed by Bob Clearmountan.  Assistant Engineer: Kevin Harp.  Recorded for VH1 at Ardmore Studios, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, 25th January 2002.
Although this release claims to be live from Dublin, it was in reality recorded at Ardmore Studios in Co. Wicklow, Ireland. The performance was taped for a VH1 special and was subsequently released on CD in the USA.  It has not been released worldwide. 

Bono having just finished up the Elevation tour agreed to perform with the Corrs on two songs for this project, and sang (and danced) with Andrea on When the Stars Go Blue and Summer Wine.  The songs were filmed in front of a small limited audience, made up of friends and family, as well as a limited number of contest winners and the like.  When the Stars Go Blue was released for radio play in the US and a promotional single was pressed.

  • The Corrs stepped in at the last minute for an ill PJ Harvey at the opening shows of 2001's Elevation Tour
  • The Corrs' Live from Dublin album featured Bono on vocals on both "When the Stars Go Blue" and "Summer Wine". When the Stars Go Blue was released as a promotional single to radio.
  • Sharon and Andrea Corr contributed instrumentals to the soundtrack version of "The Hands That Built America" found on the Gangs of New York Soundtrack. The song was nominated for both an Oscar and a Golden Globe and a For Your Consideration Promo CD was released for voters of this category.
  • Bono co-wrote "Time Enough for Tears" which was sung by Andrea Corr on the In America Soundtrack. This song was nominated for a Golden Globe and a For Your Consideration Promo CD was released for voters.
  • The Corrs appeared at the 46664 Concert in South Africa, and appeared in the Cast singalong at the end on the songs "We are the Champions" and "46664 Chant". This is captured on the third part of the set capturing this event, Amandla.
  • The Corrs album, Borrowed Heaven, also contained the song "Time Enough for Tears". This is the same version as that found on the soundtrack album (see above).
 5" CD:
 USA Pressing, 83533-2
Label: Lava / Atlantic Records
Package: Regular Jewel
Catalog Information:
USA, Lava / Atlantic, 83533-2
Track Listing:
As listed above.
Further Information:
USA only release.
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