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The Mountains
Welcome Me Home

Eve Graham
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Eve is best known as the lead singer of the New Seekers and recognised the world over as the voice behind 'I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing' the Coca Cola anthem. Join us now for this stunning compilation of easy listening favourites and classic songs from her home land.

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Eve Graham - The Mountains Welcome Me Home

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00These images are just a taste of the extensive filming undertaken for this production from land, sea and air.

What is DVD?
'DVD - Video' or to give it its full name Digital Versatile Disc - Video, is a relatively new format which comes on a metallic disc similar to a music CD (Compact Disc). The advantages of DVD over traditional video tape include;
- Much higher quality film and sound.
- Extended running times ..... so more content can be included.
- Hardwearing .... cannot be easily damaged or chewed up.
- Interactive features and links to the Internet can be included.

A DVD player is required to play the disc, although these are widely available in supermarkets and are cheaper than video tape players.

Will this DVD play in my country?
DVD Video is regionalised as a method of identification and in order to control content. For your convenience, this DVD comes as Region 'O', meaning it will play in all countries. There are two main video screen formats used across the world, NTSC and PAL. This DVD is presented in PAL format.

I don't have a DVD player. Can I get a tape instead?
Yes. This product is available on video tape. There is also a CD and Cassette available here.

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