Released : Tuesday, 26th May 1992
Highest UK Chart Position: 2
Buy Live At Wembley ’86
1) One Vision
2) Tie Your Mother Down
3) In The Lap Of The Gods ... revisited
4) Seven Seas Of Rhye
5) Tear It Up
6) A Kind Of Magic T
7) Under Pressure
8) Another One Bites The Dust
9) Who Wants To Live Forever
10) I Want To Break Free
12) Guitar Solo
13) Now I’m Here
14) Love Of My Life
15) Is This The World We Created
16) Baby I Don’t Care (you’re so square)
17) Hello Mary Lou
18) Tutti Frutti
19) Gimme Some Lovin’
20) Bohemian Rhapsody
21) Hammer To Fall
22) Crazy Little Thing Called Love
23) Big Spender
24) Radio Ga Ga
25) We Will Rock You
26) Friends Will Be Friends
27) We Are The Champions
28) God Save The Queen
Queen Live At Wembley ’86
Queen Live Album
Produced by Queen.
Recorded by Mack.
Digitally mastered by Eddy Schreyer.
This album recorded live on July 12,
Queen Live at Wembley 86 is one of the best live albums I think Queen has produced (Montreal ’81 being a close contender).
Recommended Songs: One Vision (Queen), Tie Your Mother Down (May), Who Wants To Live Forever (May), Now I’m Here (May), Love Of My Life (Mercury), Hammer To Fall (May)
This is a live album from the Wembley ’86 concert during the Magic Tour. It is over 100 minutes of live quality Queen.
It has some quality tracks and medleys with some great audience participation.
This is my favourite Live Queen album! I could play this one about once per week and I often play along on the piano for the whole concert – I have the set-list learned off at this stage!
This Concert was also released on DVD, with multi-angle scenes on certain songs.
About Queen Live at Wembley Stadium ’86
The amazing concert was recorded live on Saturday 12, July 1986 during the ‘Magic Tour’ at Wembley Stadium in London, England. The album was released on 26 May 1992, with a companion Queen Live at Wembley Stadium DVD released in June 2003.
Queen designed a massive scale stage which needed numerous trucks to transport. The stage was so big in fact that it went around 3 or 4 feet bigger than the stadium could cater for and the redesign only finished just before soundcheck on the first day of the concert. While this stage was being taken down on trucks elsewhere were delivering another stage to the next venue; so at all stages one stage was being dismantled while another was being constructed in a rolling flow for the concert.
Brian May said “Being back home in London playing two sell-out nights was such a big, big occasion for us. None of us realized that this would be almost the last time we played together.”
The Magic Tour was Queen’s final tour with the legendary Freddie Mercury. The two Wembley concerts stand as a fitting testament to one of rock’s greatest frontman at the height of his powers.
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