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Hins Cheung held his first unplugged concert in September 2009 at the Xinghai Concert Hall in Guangzhou. Fans and especially audiophiles should not miss this live recording on DVD, which highlights the exceptional quality of Hins's voice as evident in the songs he performed. He sang his early songs like My Way, "Break-off Point", and his best loved numbers including Hurt So Bad, a demo version of "Ardently Love" and "The Book of Laughter and Forgetting". In addition, Hins covered some of his favorite songs, such as Wan Fang's "C'est La Vie, Mon Cheri", Winnie Hsin's "Scent", Huang Pin Yuan's "Why Love You So", and Sandy Lam's "The Chicago Story". The singer-songwriter also performed his latest single Yes & No, which he also composed. What's more, guest singer Mong Nan came up with a couple of songs, too.
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Product Title: Hins Cheung 1st Unplugged Concert at Guangzhou Live (DVD) 張敬軒Unplugged第一章音樂會 Live (DVD) 张敬轩Unplugged第一章音乐会 Live (DVD) 張敬軒Unplugged第一章音樂會 Live (DVD) Hins Cheung 1st Unplugged Concert at Guangzhou Live (DVD)
Singer Name(s): Hins Cheung (Singer) 張敬軒 (Singer) 张敬轩 (Singer) 張敬軒(ヒンズ・チャン) (Singer) Hins Cheung (Singer)
Region Code: All Region What is it?
Release Date: 2009-12-10
Language: Cantonese
Country of Origin: Hong Kong
Disc Format(s): DVD, DVD-9
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Sound Information: Dolby Digital EX(TM) / THX Surround EX(TM), DTS-ES 6.1, Dolby Digital
Other Information: 2DVD
Package Weight: 180 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
Publisher: Universal Music Hong Kong
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1021436429

Product Information / Track List

1080 x 1920全高清制式拍照,DVD特別加送製作特輯
dts 6.1高質音效

* Audio:
- Dolby Digital Stereo Vocal
- Dolby Digital-EX 6.1 Vocal
- DTS-ES 6.1 Vocal

01. My Way (國)
02. 期待 (國)
03. Medley : 斷點 (國) + 無能為力 (國)
04. 孤單公園
05. 老了十歲
06. 餘震
07. 一簾幽夢 (國)
08. 在水一方 (國)
09. 新不了情 (國)
10. 味道 (國)
11. 酷愛
12. 明瞭 (國)

01. 相對論
02. 那麼愛你為什麼(國)
03. 芝加哥的故事
04. The Way You Look Tonight(英)
05. 故園花茶
06. 不是說好了嗎(國) – 孟楠
07. In Control (英) – 孟楠
08. 過雲雨(國)
09. 聽說愛情回來過(國)
10. Hurt So Bad(國)
11. Yes & No
12. 笑忘書
13. 後來(國)
14. My Way(國)
15. Making of...
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January 30, 2010

Hins Unplugged
Not since Faye Wong has a Mainland Chinese singer broken into the Hong Kong market as successfully as Hins Cheung. In the last few years, he's more than just achieved commercial success in Hong Kong with hit songs and shiny awards, he's really been adopted as a local singer. The deserved rise of Hins Cheung the Canto-pop ballad idol, however, has also been accompanied by the disappearance of Hins Cheung the R&B singer-songwriter i.e., the Hins Cheung that I first signed up for seven years ago. Despite the unexpected direction his music and career went after My Way, staying onboard for Hins's shift from Mandarin to Cantonese, China to Hong Kong, and upstart singer-songwriter to karaoke ballad singer has been surprisingly easy because even when the songwriting lapses, the vocal talent remains. Both his singing and songwriting were in fine form for his first unplugged concert held in September 2009 at Guangzhou's Xinghai Concert Hall, China's largest and best-equipped symphonic concert hall.

Setting the concert in his hometown is Hins remembering his roots. Making it unplugged is Hins returning to his musical roots, removing the pop pizzazz that really doesn't suit him that well anyway. Accompanied by piano, guitar, and strings in an intimate concert hall, he performed mostly his own compositions and rearranged versions of songs he likes. The concert opened with his early Mandarin breakthrough numbers My Way and "Anticipation", both of which I still rank among Hins's best compositions. The clean acoustic accompaniment emphasize the unique tempo and light arrangements that differentiated Hins's songs from other R&B efforts of the early 2000s, with "Lonely Park" probably being the peak of that style. Surprisingly, the new Cantonese song he unveiled at the concert, Yes & No, is actually closer to his earlier hybrid R&B style, but the song's cliched hook and English lyrics undermine the otherwise fine composition.

The Cantonese ballads of the night included "Aged 10 Years", "After Shock", the beautifully delivered "Book of Laughter and Forgetting", and an energetic rendition of recent hit "Theory of Relativity". Hins's representative hit "Ardently Love" also made an obligatory appearance, but this is probably the one song that didn't work as well unplugged. The long R&B notes, background vocals, and busy melody sounded out of place with the rest of the set. The covers, however, fit in very nicely, particularly the Mandarin oldies "Dream Behind the Curtain" and "Lakeside". Though less vocally impressive than what we may be used to hearing, Hins's rearranged version of the (too) oft-covered "New Endless Love" held up well with shorter notes and more relaxed rhythms. The same could be said of the concert's last number, which was a jauntily rearranged version of the song that opened the concert, My Way.

Hins's 2008 maiden tour at the Hong Kong Coliseum may been have been the bigger deal, but his maiden unplugged tour is better, much better. Compared to the inconsistent Coliseum concert, this unplugged show puts the emphasis back on the songs and singing, and shows that Hins is still an interesting music artist under his reliable Canto-pop shell. Plus, the audio quality of this concert recording is simply top-notch. All concert recordings should sound this crisp and clear.
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