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Queen – Live Aid – Wembley 13 July 1985 – Complete

Live Aid – 13 July 1985 – Wembley Stadium, London.
The most tremendous live performance ever ! Freddie is phenomenal and the crowd is fantastic, although there weren’t only Queen’s fans. Here is demontrated once again Freddie’s unmatched abilitie to connect with the audience, leading them to sing and clap along with him. Although the doctor advised him not to sing, his voice was in tremendous shape, whole band had capitalized perfectly every second, all this combined with Freddie’s dance with the cameraman leading to the result that Queen stole the show that day. Brian May: “I’d never seen anything like that in my life and it wasn’t calculated either… I remember thinking ‘oh great, they’ve picked it up’ and then I thought ‘this is not a Queen audience’. This is a general audience who’ve bought tickets before they even knew we were on the bill. And they all did it. How did they know? Nobody told them to do it”
Bob Geldof stated on Queen performance that “Queen were absolutely the best band of the day… they just went and smashed one hit after another… it was the perfect stage for Freddie: the whole world”
Live Aid was a dual-venue concert organized by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to raise funds for ethiopian famine.The event was held simultaneously at Wembley Stadium in London and J.F.K. Stadium in Philadelphia. It was one of the largest-scale satellite and television broadcasts of all time: an global audience of 1.9 billion, across 150 nations, watched the live broadcast.
Queen’s performance at Live Aid has been crowned the world’s greatest rock gig.
Bands and singers of today should watch and take lessons…
Setlist:
Bohemian Rhapsody
Radio Ga Ga 02:50
Vocal Improvisation 07:00
Hammer to Fall 07:44
Crazy Little Thing Called Love 12:08
We Will Rock You 16:08
We Are The Champions 17:30
Is This The World We Created 21:20

 

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