TVB Jade Airs Tang Chi Wai’s Concert at Midnight

By on September 23, 2012 in NEWS

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On the midnight of September 23, TVB’s Jade channel aired a segment of Tang Chi Wai’s (鄧智偉) two-night Flash Back Concert <平行回憶演唱會>. Tang Chi Wai is one of TVB’s main music producers, and he has been producing music for the station since 2004. Prior to joining TVB, he was a member of the electronic music band, Primary Shapes.

Tang Chi Wai’s Flash Back Concert was held on May 4 to 5, in the Star Hall of the Kowloonbay International Trade & Exhibition Centre. The producer invited popular TVB stars Raymond Lam (林峯),Bosco Wong (黃宗澤), Ron Ng (吳卓羲), Alfred Hui (許廷鏗), Susanna Kwan (關菊英), Linda Chung (鍾嘉欣), Mag Lam (林欣彤), Kevin Cheng (鄭嘉穎), Wayne Lai (黎耀祥), Niki Chow (周麗淇), and Joyce Cheng (鄭欣宜), to perform some of his most popular TVB theme song hits in the last decade. Chi Wai also invited well-known Hong Kong pop singers, Leo Ku (古巨基), Deal Chong (莊冬昕), FAMA (農夫), HotCha, and Stephanie Cheng (鄭融) as guest performers.

The episode aired on the Jade channel had the following set list:

01.   CW Piano Solo – Tang Chi Wai

02.   Serial Drama <連續劇>, theme song to The Hippocratic Crush – Alfred Hui

03.   The Greatest Benevolence Is Like Water <上善若水>, theme song to Water of Life – Alfred Hui

04.   When It’s Time to Come  <如果時間來到> – Alfred Hui

05.   Borrow <借> – Stephanie Cheng

06.   Not Loving is a Kind of Love <不愛也是一種愛> – HotCha

07.   Happy Heaven, Joyous Earth <歡天喜地> – DJ Tommy/FAMA

08.   Biased Love <偏愛> – Jason Chung/Karene Mak

09.   Snow City <雪映移城> – Sita Chan

10.   The Tale of a Wounded City <傷城記>, theme song to L’Escargot – Linda Chung

11.   Vow <發誓>, theme song to Legend of the Demigods – Linda Chung

12.   Flowers of Dawn <朝花夕拾>, theme song to Bottled Passion – Niki Chow

13.   Don’t Blame Her <別怪她>, sub theme to Revolving Doors of Vengeance + Red Butterfly <紅蝴蝶>, theme song to Rosy Business – Ron Ng

14.   Truth <實情>, theme song to Into Thin Air – Mag Lam

15.   Take Me Through – Mag Lam

16.   Fortunately <幸而>, theme song to War and Destiny + Only Once <只得一次>, theme song toBest Selling Secrets – Bosco Wong

17.   Unable to Speak Out <講不出聲>, theme song to Heart of Greed – Susanna Kwan

18.   After Forgetting <遺忘了以後> – Susanna Kwan

19.   Righteous Sea and Heroic Love <義海豪情>, theme song to No Regrets – Joey Tang and Patrick Lui of Taichi

Encore

01.   CW Drum Solo

02.   Let’s Get Wet Medley – Raymond Lam

03.   Love is Not Enough <愛不疚>, sub theme to Moonlight Resonance – Raymond Lam)

04.   Finding You in Loving Memories <愛在記憶中找你>, sub theme to The Drive of Life – CW/Raymond Lam

Source: ihktv.com

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9 comments to TVB Jade Airs Tang Chi Wai’s Concert at Midnight

  1. sandcherry says:

    Compared to the renowned Koo Ka-Fei, Tang Chi Wai is not outstanding at all as one of TVB’s main music producers.

    Koo Ka-Fei was so much better in his melodies and songs.

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    • Addy replied:

      Music in general was better during the Joseph Koo days, IMO.

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    • Kidd replied:

      I love Koo Ka Fai’s songs too, but, there should be room to celebrate other composers instead of just Ko Ka Fai. Each composer has his/her own style.

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      • sandcherry replied:

        That is my personal choice only. I don’t like Tang’s songs at all. Sooooory!

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    • llwy12 replied:

      Please don’t compare Tang Chi Wai to Joseph Koo….they are definitely NOT in the same league! It’s like comparing an Olympic sports player to a college player — completely different! I highly doubt that TCW will ever get to the level of Joseph Koo….

      Btw, for those of us who miss Joseph Koo — he will be having a concert at the HK Coliseum in November (this was the concert that he had wanted to do with James Wong back in 2005, but he cancelled it because he was too devastated from James’ death). Now THAT concert will definitely be a star-studded event (now if you really want to see quality singing of classic TVB themesongs, THAT’s definitely the concert to watch!!).

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      • sandcherry replied:

        llwy12
        Absolutely agree with you. There is NO comparison between Joseph Koo and Tang Chi Wang, not the same level, at all. I also highly doubt that TCW will ever get to the level of Joseph Koo….

        I don’t live in Hong Kong and will not be able to go to Joseph Koo’s November concert. I am sure that there will be a lot of super stars (I mean those quality-singers who sing well) participating. I will try to watch it on DVD when it is available.

        Thanks for your information.

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      • clamine replied:

        @sandcherry, llwy12, meanwhile, you can watch this 金曲情牽半世紀演唱會 Oldies but goldies songs by Joseph Koo and James Wong, concert hosted by Michael Hui. I’m not a tvb fan but a great fan of olden days tvb themesongs so this concert on the link is a great treat to me.

        Most of you may have already watched the video but it is worth re-visiting.

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNjT-byJfQk

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  2. salamander says:

    This is the concert where Ron hits headline as off key. Right in time to air this during his scandal.
    http://asianuniverse.net/forums/Tang_Chi_Wai_s_star_studded_concert_Ron_Ng_gets_off_key_Le_t326360.html

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    • Larry 3 replied:

      Man, Ron does suck!

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