The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert - Laser Disc

Side One
Program Start
Opening Credits "Bohemian Rhapsody" Video Footage
Enter Sandman - Metallica
Sad But True - Metallica
Nothing Else Matters - Metallica
Freddie Mercury Montage
Queen Medley - Extreme
Now I'm Here - Def Leppard With Brian May
Side Two
Paradise City - Guns N' Roses
Knockin' On Heaven's Door - Guns N' Roses
Elizabeth Taylor
Freddie Vocalizing - Video Montage
Tie Your Mother Down - Joe Elliot
I Want It All - Roger Daltrey
Hammer To Fall - Gary Cherone
Stone Cold Crazy - James Hetfield
Kashmir Intro - Robert Plant
Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Robert Plant
Too Much Love Will Kill You - Brian May
Side Three
Radio Ga Ga - Paul Young
Who Wants To Live Forever - Seal
I Want To Break Free - Lisa Stansfield
Under Pressure - David Bowie / Annie Lennox
All The Young Dudes - Ian Hunter / David Bowie / Mick Ronson
Heroes - David Bowie / Mick Ronson
Side Four
' 39 - George Michael
These Are The Days Of Our Lives - George Michael / Lisa Stansfield
Somebody To Love- George Michael
Bohemian Rhapsody - Elton John / Axl Rose
The Show Must Go On - Elton John
We Will Rock You - Axl Rose
We Are The Champions - Queen With Liza Minnelli
"God Save The Queen" - Closing Credits
On April 20th, 1992, some of the greatest musical talent in the world gathered at London's famed Wembley Stadium to pay tribute to Freddie Mercury sho died of AIDS on 24th November 1991. The aim of the concert was to celebrate his life, to mourn his passing, to increase public awareness of the uncompromising disease that prematurely ended his life, and to raise much needed funds to help AIDS sufferers worldwide. The concert was broadcast live on television and radio to 76 countries around the world from the USA to Russia.
The 72,000 people who were fortunate enough to see the concert live, did so in glorious spring weather in front of a stage 370 ft wide and 90 ft deep. The stage was flanked by scaffolding towers over 80 ft tall, and a giant phoenix - the symbol of the charity formed to distribute the money from the event - crowned the centre of the proscenium arch. At 6pm, John Deacon, Brian May and Roger Taylor, the remaining three members of Queen, took stage to announce the start of one of the biggest events in roch history and to pay tribute to their former colleague - the incomparible Freddie Mercury. The atmosphere of emotion, mixed joy and sadness, shared by stadium audience, worldwide television viewers, and performers alike, was an experience that will never be forgotten. The event is now captured here on video, a lasting tribute to be shared by all. ALL profits from this video will be donated by the Mercury Phoenix Trust to AIDS charities worldwide.
Value US $ 30

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