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KwanGor 2016 Live in Hong Kong (2CD+DVD) DVD Region All
James Wu (Singer)
James Wu held his first Hong Kong Coliseum concert on August 10, 2016. Apart from the chart-topping songs "A Tune Requested By The Sun," "So She Didn't Love Me Enough" and "Ordinary People," the singer also covered classic pop numbers such as Natasha Na's "A Dream," Sandy Lam's "Wish" and Eason Chan's "Bicycle." Julian Cheung also showed up for their collaboration Bing Bing and performed his song Hero.
This edition includes two live CDs with the same setlist.
Salute to Dear Leslie
Leo Ku (Singer)
Leo Ku took part in various commemorative concerts last year to pay tribute to Leslie Cheung. Recruiting the late pop star's mentor Michael Lai, Leo Ku spent almost a year for the tribute album Salute to Dear Leslie. The singer takes a trip down memory lane through ten of the pop legend's classic songs, including "Once upon an Ordinary Girl," "Wind Is Blowing," "Most Beloved" and "Bygone Love." He also collaborated with Louis Koo for "Aforetime Love" and Leslie's fans for "Together We Move On."
The Apex Chapter 6 SACD Collection Boxset (6 SACD + Poster) (Limited Edition)
Leslie Cheung (Singer)
Late pop icon Leslie Cheung joined hands with Universal Music in 1999. The collection boxset contains all six albums released under the label, namely Countdown with You (1999), Untitled (2000), Greatest Heat (2000), best-of album Forever (2001), Cross Over (2002) and the posthumous release Everything Follows the Wind (2003). Leslie's final song "Enemy" is exclusively included in the album Everything Follows the Wind.
This edition is pressed in Japan with serial numbers. It also comes with a Limited Edition poster.
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