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Queen - Live Aids Album
Rock
Performer: Queen
Title: Live Aids
Year 1992
Country Luxembourg
Label Not On Label (Queen)
Catalog Number QCP - 1992 85
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 216
MP3 size: 1391 mb
FLAC size: 1313 mb
WMA size: 1006 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Picture Disc, Unofficial Release, Yellow

Queen - Live Aids Album

Tracklist

1QueenCrazy Little Thing Called Love
2QueenRadio Ga Ga (Live Aid)
3Queen W/ Axl RoseWe Will Rock You
4QueenIs This The World We Created
5Queen W/ Elton John & Axl RoseBohemiam Rhapsody
6QueenHammer To Fall (Live Aid)
7QueenWe Will Rock You
8Queen W/ David Bowie & Annie LennoxUnder Pressure
9QueenWe Are The Champions

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
QCP - 1992 85Queen Live Aids ‎(LP, Ltd, Pic, Unofficial, Gre)Not On Label (Queen)QCP - 1992 85Luxembourg1992
QCP - 1992 85Queen Live Aids ‎(LP, Ltd, Pic, Unofficial, Blu)Not On Label (Queen)QCP - 1992 85Luxembourg1992
QCP - 1992 85Queen Live Aids ‎(LP, Ltd, Pic, Unofficial, Red)Not On Label (Queen)QCP - 1992 85Luxembourg1992

Notes

Unofficial picture disc supposedly produced for the "Luxembourg fan club" in 1992 in four different colours. Blue, Red, Yellow and Grey with each colour limited to 250 copies only and packed in a clear plastic sleeve. Very unimaginative and piss-poor graphic design. The lack of colour photographs renders this picture disc useless. Bohemian Rhapsody is mis-spelt on the disc as Bohemiam Rhapsody.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: QCP - 1992 85 A2
  • Matrix / Runout: QCP 1992 85 B

Album

One of the greatest performances in the history of Rock. With restored intro by comedians Griff Rhys Jones and Mel Smith. Set: 01:43 - Entrance 02: Aid was a benefit concert held on Saturday 13 July 1985, as well as an ongoing music-based fundraising initiative. The original event was organised by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to raise funds for relief of the ongoing Ethiopian famine. Billed as the global jukebox, the event was held simultaneously at Wembley Stadium in London, UK, attended by about 72,000 people, and John F. Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia, US, attended by exactly 89,484 people. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте. Queen's iconic performance at Live Aid in July 1985 has been named the world's greatest rock gig in an industry poll. When Queen performed at Live Aid, they gave the show of a lifetime. Often called Queen's best live show, the 20-minute performance changed music forever. Behind the Scenes of the 2018 Movie. An Unforgettable Album Release. The Recording of Bohemian Rhapsody. Theories About Bohemian Rhapsody. The Best Queen Songs of All Time. True Stories from Freddie Mercury's Childhood. History's Best Lead Singers. The Fascinating Life of Guitarist Brian May. The Greatest Live Bands Ever. Every Studio Album, Ranked. Secrets from Freddie's Wardrobe. About That Scene in Wayne's World. Filming the Movie Version of the Live Aid Show. The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert. The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness was a benefit concert held on Easter Monday, 20 April 1992 at Wembley Stadium in London, England for an audience of 72,000. The concert was produced for television by Ray Burdis, directed by David Mallet and broadcast live on television and radio to 76 countries around the world, with an audience of up to one billion. The concert was a tribute to Queen's lead vocalist, Freddie Mercury. This Live Aid album would have brought in Millions of Dollars in relief aid. Think about the cassette, album, CD, & DVD money we would have all paid I am lucky enough to have a scratchy cassette recording off of the radio from that day. More Like This. Queen Live at Wembley '86. Queen Rock Montreal & Live Aid. The Freddie Mercury Tribute: Concert for AIDS Awareness. Queen on Fire: Live at the Bowl. We Will Rock You: Queen Live in Concert. Queen: Hungarian Rhapsody - Live in Budapest '86. Queen's Greatest Flix. Queen: Greatest Flix II. Queen Live in Rio. The Tube Presents U2 at Red Rocks. Live Aid Remembered. Queens famous set at the behemoth charity concert Live Aid plays a central role in the Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. What made it so memorable on July 13, 1985, and does it still hold up Heres a breakdown of the music, the moves and that subversive studded armband. How did Queen end up at Live Aid Bob Geldof had to convince Freddie Mercury to join the star-studded Live Aid lineup. Fred, why wouldnt you do it, he reportedly said. The entire stage was built for you, practically. Darling, the world. This double-disc live album recorded at the band's typically massive 1986 Wembley Stadium stand in support of its A Kind of Magic album is a perfect distillation of the band's overarching intentions-and virtually every '70s'80s rock cliché punk rebelled against. The tracks may reverberate with the boominess of the punter's paradise they were recorded in, but it's an ambience that underscores the shows' propulsive, populist intent. This is a superb album from Queens live Wembley performance. The vocals from Freddie are clear and strong and the band really rocked. It is hard to believe Freddie was no longer with us just 5 years after this concert. During a recent interview, Queen members Roger Taylor and Brian May have revealed some untold details about Queens 1985 Live Aid performance. Taylor said: I know Freddie didnt announce he had AIDS before Live Aid. He told us in his bedroom much later. The important thing is it did happen and were not telling lies