20.04.1992    London, England

The Freddie Mercury Tribute

Date
Venue
City
Country
Running Time
Image Quality
Sound Quality
: 20.04.1992
: Wembley Stadium
: London
: England
: 264 minutes
: A
: A


Tracklisting:

DVD 1

Introduction by Brian, John and Roger 
Metallica: Enter Sandman 
Metallica: Sad But True 
Metallica: Nothing Else Matters 
Extreme: Mustapha (Intro)
Extreme: Bohemian Rhapsody (Rock Part) 
Extreme: Keep Yourself Alive 
Extreme: I Want To Break Free 
Extreme: Fat Bottomed Girls 
Extreme: Another One Bites The Dust 
Extreme: Stone Cold Crazy
Extreme: Radio Ga Ga 
Extreme: Love Of My Life 
Extreme: More Than Words 
Def Leppard: Animal 
Def Leppard: Let's Get Rocked 
Def Leppard: Now I'm Here (with Brian)
Bob Geldof: Too Late God 
Spinal Tap: The Majesty Of Rock
U2 Live From Sacramento: Till The End Of The World
Guns'n'Roses: Paradise City 
Guns'n'Roses: Knocking On Heaven's Door
Mango Groove Live From Johannesburg: Special Star

DVD 2

Elizabeth Taylor: Speech
Queen + Joe Elliott and Slash: Tie Your Mother Down 
Queen + Roger Daltrey and Tony Iommi: I Want It All 
Queen + Zucchero: Las Palabras De Amor 
Queen + Gary Cherone and Tony Iommi: Hammer To Fall 
Queen + James Hetfield and Tomy Iommi: Stone Cold Crazy 
Queen + Robert Plant: Innuendo 
Queen + Robert Plant: Thank You 
Queen + Robert Plant: Crazy Little Thing Called Love 
Brian May: Too Much Love Will Kill You
Queen + Paul Young: Radio Ga Ga 
Queen + Seal: Who Wants To Live Forever 
Queen + Lisa Stansfield: I Want To Break Free 
Queen + David Bowie and Annie Lennox: Under Pressure 
Queen + David Bowie, Mick Ronson and Ian Hunter: All The Young Dudes 
Queen + David Bowie: Heroes 
Queen + George Michael: '39 
Queen + George Michael and Lisa Stansfield: These Are The Days Of Our Lives 
Queen + George Michael: Somebody To Love 
Queen + Elton John and Axl Rose: Bohemian Rhapsody 
Queen + Elton John: The Show Must Go On 
Queen + Axl Rose: We Will Rock You 
Queen + Liza Minelli and all cast: We Are The Champions 
God Save The Queen

*PRO-filmed


Comment:

The legendary tribute concert for Queen's leadsinger Freddie Mercury. Beautiful intro from Brian at the start of the show ''We give him the biggest send off in history''. This is the complete concert and comes from the BBC live TV broadcast, so it also includes interviews behind the stage with several artists throughout the concert. Both image and sound quality are highly enjoyable. Only the volume of the sound is a bit low, but nothing bad. The concert has two parts. The first part features several bands playing a short set. The second part features the remaining members of Queen (John Deacon, Brian May and Roger Taylor) playing a full set with every song a different artist to take on the lead vocals. Great first ever live performance of Brian's solo song Too Much Love Will Kill You. Also George Michael sings a great version of Somebody To Love. Great concert overall and you can really feel and hear that Freddie Mercury was a great singer and a truly entertainer when you are listening to this concert. Freddie...we will never forget you!! No copy errors. Not sourced from VCD/SVCD.


DVD Attributes:

Video Attributes

Video compression mode: MPEG-2
TV system: 625/50 (PAL)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Display Mode: reserved
Source picture resolution: 720x576 (625/50)
Frame Rate: 25.00
Source picture letterboxed: Not letterboxed
Bitrate: Around 4.50Mbps

Audio Attributes

Audio Coding mode: Dolby Digital
Sampling Rate: 48kHz
Audio application mode: Not Specified
Number of Audio channels: 2.0
Bitrate: 256 Kbps
Number of Audio streams: 1

 

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