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Lady Gaga's jaunty "Smile," Taylor Swift's worried "Soon You'll Get Better" and the Stones' playful, practical "Can't Always Get What You Want" hit the right combination of notes. McCartney was also the only one to have his contribution shot in vertical mode, as the Instagram generation does; whether he was given that instruction or not, it did allow the show’s editors to throw in stills of medical workers on either side of him… a sight that never failed to be moving in any context on the show. The most notable sellers from the two-hour television special were Taylor Swift's "Soon You'll Get Better", Maluma's "Carnaval" and Kacey Musgraves' "Rainbow", as they together accounted for 42% of the total song sales generated by the show. At the end of the tune, she put her finger to the corner of her mouth and flicked it, as if to send her smile out to the audience, as she hit a final high key on the piano. ‘One World: Together at Home’: TV Review Lady Gaga's jaunty "Smile," Taylor Swift's worried "Soon You'll Get Better" and the Stones' playful, practical "Can't … On April 18, 2020, a six-hour pre-show was streamed online immediately prior to the television global broadcast. They did. But it was kind of delightful, regardless … even as it imparted the slightly unnerving message that what we want — the old normal — probably isn’t what we’re going to get. As did the solemnity she inevitably struck on the other end of the two hours, joining up with Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli on their famous duet of “The Prayer” and turning it into a four-parter with John Legend (or five, counting accompanist Lang Lang). It's an honor to be able to officially recognize this unforgettable, 'I-Was-There' event as a record-breaker. Kacey Musgraves’ “Rainbow” was the right song for the right moment, for obvious reasons — the rainbow being a staple of support for medical workers especially in windows in Europe right now — and her single-camera self-shoot was as simple and ideal as the show got. (He got his own licks in, merging the song into his enduringly troubled “Love’s in Need of Love Today,”) Lizzo being the one to bring the familiar “A Change is Gonna Come” to fruition? Lady Gaga's One World: Together at Home concert, organised with Global Citizen and the World Health Organisation, is taking place to celebrate the … So politics were a long way from entering into any of it — although we are now at a sad and bizarre point where the nonpartisan act of supporting the World Health Organization, one of this show’s primary purposes, has suddenly been made into a political purpose itself. Smith, in what may have been accidental but came off as a hilarious case of rejoinder, had an Academy Award visible on a distant mantelpiece in the mirror, as if the Oscar were doing a “who, me?” photobomb. The concert will air on television in countries such as Germany and Australia. The songs performed during the pre-show broad… [69], One World: Impact is a six-episode digital series that shows how things have gone two months after One World: Together at Home.[70]. One World: Together at Home (also known as Together at Home) was a benefit concert organised by Global Citizen and curated by singer Lady Gaga, in support of the World Health Organization. The guy who seemed least interested in setting a mood of any kind was Burna Boy, with his bare cinderblock wall, grey leisure suit and cords dangling in the corner of the frame, all the finer to focus you on the shots of distress in the world of “the African giant.”, There were moments where the special seemed just a little bit less more about show business, and these were more tickling than offensive. And “Together at Home,” by design or happenstance, settled on a pretty solid one. On April 18, 2020, the songs performed on the show sold more than 12,000 digital downloads—a gain of 735% versus April 17, 2020. 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Click through to see all your favorite performers. Apparently, and it worked just fine. Eddie Vedder got a bit darker at his keyboard with “River Cross”; you could joke about how he needed that baseball cap brim to shield his eyes from all the candlelight, but his gravitas made for an appropriate intermission amid all the sunlit treescapes. [52] iHeartMedia also participated in the broadcast. Produced for the BBC by Twofour, it featured additional performances from the acts featured in the main special along with exclusive performances from UK acts such as Little Mix and interviews with, and surprises for, front line workers. Surprise: It was “Lady Madonna,” of all the songs you don’t usually get at benevolent charity events. [63], .mw-parser-output .legend{page-break-inside:avoid;break-inside:avoid-column}.mw-parser-output .legend-color{display:inline-block;min-width:1.25em;height:1.25em;line-height:1.25;margin:1px 0;text-align:center;border:1px solid black;background-color:transparent;color:black}.mw-parser-output .legend-text{}  Broadcast network, One World: Together at Home spurred sales gains for the songs performed as part of the event. (On her music stand, she had some kind of doodling instead of sheet music.) In Canada, the special was watched by 3.13 million viewers on CTV and 1.33 million on Global. Trophy shelf in plain sight, or boxed up? ~For Post Pandemic~ aired on Fuji TV One on May 31, 2020 and featured live remotely recorded performances by over 25 artists, including Miyavi, Koda Kumi, Ellegarden, Char and Glim Spanky, to elicit monetary donations to support medical workers and others on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic. Sinatra’s? There was fieriness and purpose, anyway, in Beyoncé making a non-performing appearance to note that “black Americans disproportionately belong to these parts of the work force that don’t have the luxury of working from home,” and that “this virus is killing black people at an alarmingly high rate in America.” (Alicia Keys made much the same just-the-facts-ma’am point about racial disparities that may fall ultimately into the realm of either science or social science, or both.). The most notable sellers from the two-hour television special were Taylor Swift's "Soon You'll Get Better", Maluma's "Carnaval" and Kacey Musgraves' "Rainbow", as they together accounted for 42% of the total song sales generated by the show. Congratulations - and thank you - to everyone involved.” [67], One World: Together at Home inspired Japanese rock band Luna Sea to design and host a similar event in Japan. (It was presenters Beyoncé and Michelle Obama, actually, representing a spectrum of possibilities there.) The online portion of the event was hosted through YouTube by actress and presenter Jameela Jamil (first hour), actor Matthew McConaughey (second hour), actress Danai Gurira (third hour), singer Becky G (fourth hour), actress Laverne Cox (fifth hour) and actor Don Cheadle (sixth hour). Just one problem: whatever smart device was being used barely registered her voice, as her brother’s cool-sounding Wurlitzer electric piano dominated the “track.” (You could even say that there ain’t so “Sunny” when her voice is gone.) That was Bobby Hebb’s breezy “Sunny,” one of the most covered songs of the 20th century but definitely not of the 21st. Cher’s? It demonstrates vividly how the power of music can unite us all and help us through challenging times. Maluma’s pastoral background seemed to be a green-screen effect; he looked like he was chilling on a hillside but sounded like he was holed up in his bathroom. The other song to sort of/kind of dread hearing was “Let It Be.” Because surely that was the song Sir Paul McCartney was going to pull out, right? Folkie mode, or phantom orchestra? 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Or a piano has gotten to him. John Legend & Sam Smith perform "Stand By Me" during One World: Together At Home on April 18. Prior to the event, Alanis Morissette was announced to appear on the show, but did not do so. You might’ve hoped David Furnish and one of the boys were about to emerge and do some dribbling choreography to augment the upbeat tune, and that was not to be. With everything having been pre-recorded, there was absolutely zero possibility of a moment like the famous one on the post-Katrina special when Kanye West spontaneously declared that George Bush didn’t care about black people. When it came to subtle grandeur, though, no one was going to beat Jennifer Lopez, who wore a glitzy shirt with Barbra Streisand’s visage from her own clothing line as she sang “People” in a vast, nighttime expanse that looked like it could be the Huntington Gardens, backed by an orchestra you wished would come out from behind the trees. George the Poet, Little Mix, Rag'n'Bone Man and Tom Jones only appeared in the UK broadcast. Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga: Cheek to Cheek Live! © Copyright 2020 Variety Media, LLC, a subsidiary of Penske Business Media, LLC. (Also, let’s not read too much into anything, but we’re starting to get a strong feeling these two are dating.). The superstar on that earlier show that he’d been marooned without one when sheltering-in-place went into effect. “I miss you,” she murmured to the camera, sweetly, at the end. The One World: Together At Home Concert is set to be a star-studded event with guests like Lady Gaga, Lizzo and Taylor Swift. He finished his number by letting the stereo tremolo circuitry warble for a few seconds while he did a little bit of jazz hands in the air — Paul McCartney, our international cheerleader to the end. Certain elements of that conjoined performance may remain a mystery, until they’re explained to us. The special was also available on several digital platforms such as Apple, Facebook, Instagram, LiveXLive, Prime Video, Tidal, TuneIn, Twitch, Twitter, Roblox, Yahoo!, and YouTube. This too, was fine. In the end, did they sound splendid together? [43] It was planned that Alibaba Youku and Tencent would make streaming in China, but that never happened with no reason made known. [45] Raising $127 million "puts it on par with the other legendary fundraiser, Live Aid, as the highest grossing charity concert in history," says Forbes. 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Why did Ronnie Wood’s licks appear to be live but Charlie Watts’ air-drumming not so much so? Pro cameras smuggled into the house and uploaded to a post-production FX house, or gutsy iPhone 5 grain? The songs performed during the pre-show broadcast generated 6,000 in sales—up 75% from April 17, 2020. In the living room, or out in the grove? [68] Music Aid Fest. On April 18, 2020, the songs performed on the show sold more than 12,000 digital downloads—a gain of 735% versus April 17, 2020. There’s a bit of an amateur element — or mandated mundanity — that’s suddenly making entertainment more fun as well as more real. Global Goal: Unite for Our Future is a campaign to ensure COVID-19 treatment is available for everyone, everywhere. Somehow, in their own way, the Rolling Stones split the difference, by performing “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” (They could have said, a la Bono, “Donald Trump stole this song, and we’re stealing it back,” but did not.) Instead of private individuals, funds were raised from corporations and institutions such as Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Rockefeller Foundation. But it was up to Swift — not usually thought of as a bracingly downbeat figure —who emerged as sober truth-teller at nearly the last minute, appearing alone, mirrored by her piano top, to perform a song she may be unlikely to sing under any other circumstance outside the studio, “Soon You’ll Get Better.” It’s the song she wrote about facing her mother’s recurring cancer, with verses so distraught they threaten to betray the deceptively optimist title as magical thinking. ), One quality completely missing from the special was anger. If you were going to tear up during any of “Together at Home,” it was probably going to be during one of the interstitial segments in which we heard from nurses saying they were voluntarily separating from their children to fully imbed in dangerous hospital settings, or were there to hold the hands of the dying when loved ones cannot — not so much the hopeful music. ", "BBC One secures the first UK television broadcast of One World: Together At Home - a special event from Global Citizen and the World Health Organisation, curated in collaboration with Lady Gaga", "Top 150 Saturday Cable Originals & Network Finals: 4.18.2020", "The Story Behind The World's Biggest Charity Concert: What Was It All For? One outlier on the silly end was co-host Jimmy Fallon joining the Roots for a cover of Men Without Hats’ “Safety Dance,” made palatable by how nurses and other medical pros, the official honorees of the show, became the dancing stars of the video. At the other extreme was Taylor Swift’s “Soon You’ll Get Better,” a cancer-themed ballad of sheer despair that the show needed as an 11:00 number, and as a reality check after so many assurances that everything will be all right, when we know that so many people won’t. There were 19 separate music performances in the two hours of “Together at Home,” and each of the 19 had a different producer, essentially: the artists themselves. [66], Guinness World Records announced on May 22 that the global broadcast special set records for the most musical acts to perform at a remote music festival and the most money raised for charity by a remote music festival. #SafetyDance ft. @theroots #TogetherAtHome, — jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) April 19, 2020. Billie Eilish and Finneas might have had the best idea for an inspirational cover, at least in terms of putting a fresh spin on something that was a standard a few decades ago. In the United Kingdom, the BBC commissioned a Britain-centric broadcast of One World: Together at Home that aired on BBC One on Sunday 19 April at 7:15pm, presented by BBC Radio personalities Clara Amfo, Claudia Winkleman and Dermot O'Leary.

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