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Rare Live (A Concert Through Time And Space)
Style:
Pop Rock, Arena Rock, Classic Rock
Released:
1989
Country:
UK
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1144 mb
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1265 mb
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RARE LIVE - A CONCERT THROUGH TIME AND SPACE (VIDEO EX, AUDIO EX) A COLLECTION OF RARE LIVE TRACKS SPANNING FROM 1974-1986 1) Live Aid (Intro) 2) I Want It All (Intro) 3) Crazy Little Thing Called Love 4) Liar 5) Another One Bites The Dust 6) Rock N' Roll Medley 7) Big Spender 8) Jailhouse Rock 9) Stupid Cupid 10) My Melancholy. Keep Yourself Alive, London '74 + Tokyo '85 (Rare Live 1989). Love Of My Life, Sao Paulo '81 (Rare Live 1989). Stone Cold Crazy, London '74 (Rare Live 1989).

Rare Live (Un Cocert A Travers Le Temps Et L'Espace) ‎(VHS). Picture Music International. 집됨 over 9 years ago 다음 참조: Rare Live (A Concert Through Time And Space), VHS, PAL, ELM V10? As a kid, I always dreamt of seeing Queen live. That chance arrived when Freddie and the boys did come to town in 1984 (the 'town' being Sun City!), yet I was deprived of that opportunity. My parents will never be forgiven for that since I am now doomed to walk the earth forever, waiting for an event that will not happen.

Kickstarting with the first Queen performance ever caught on video (1973 in a London rehearsal studio), the concert captures Queen at shows spanning every stage of their career, in every corner of the globe they've played, performing songs they seldom played live. And when the band launch into more familiar mainstays of their live repertoire, the versions are taken from never-before seen footage, in some cases their first ever performance of anthems-to-be

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Directed by Rudi Dolezal, Hannes Rossacher. With Queen, Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor. Queen: Rare Live - A Concert Through Time and Space (1989). Video 53 min Music. Know what this is about?

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Rare Live is a unique video event, a Queen concert through time and space, tailored to please the collector's palate. Kickstarting with the first Queen performance ever caught on video (1973 in a London rehearsal studio), the concert captures Queen at shows spanning every stage of their carreer, in every corner of the globe they've played, performing songs they seldom played live. And when the band launch into more familiar mainstays of their live repertoire, the versions are taken from never-before seen footage, in some cases their first ever performance of anthems-to-be.

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Tracklist

1 I Want It All (Title Track)
2 Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Osaka '82)
3 Liar (Rehearsal, London '73 And Rainbow, London '74)
4 Another One Bites The Dust (Buenos Aires '81 And Vienna '82)
5 Rock 'N Roll Medley: Big Spender, Jailhouse Rock, Stupid Cupid (Hammersmith, London '74)
6 My Melancholy Blues (Houston '77)
7 Hammer To Fall (Wembley '86)
8 Killer Queen (Earls Court '77)
9 We Will Rock You (Live Aid, Wembley, '85)
10 Somebody To Love (Milton Keynes '82)
11 Tie Your Mother Down (Paris '79, Frankfurt '82 And Rio '85)
12 Keep Yourself Alive (Hammersmith '74 And Tokyo '85)
13 Love Of My Life (Sao Paulo '81)
14 Stone Cold Crazy (Rainbow '74)
15 Radio Ga Ga (Sydney '85)
16 You Take My Breath Away (Earls Court '77)
17 Sheer Heart Attack (Houston '77)
18 We Are The Champions (Knebworth '86 And Frankfurt '82)
19 God Save The Queen (End Titles)

Credits

  • Artwork By [Design] – Richard Gray
  • Film Director [Directed By] – Hannes Rossacher, Rudi Dolezal
  • Film Producer [Video Produced By] – Jim Beach
  • Photography – George Taylor

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5099999118938

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CMV 1133 Queen Rare Live (A Concert Through Time And Space) ‎(VHS, PAL) Picture Music International CMV 1133 UK 1989
MCD-1304 Queen Rare Live (A Concert Through Time And Space) ‎(DVD-V, Unofficial, NTSC) Not On Label (Queen) MCD-1304 Unknown
03H72032 Queen Rare Live - A Concert Through Time And Space ‎(LP, Comp, Unofficial, Red) Picture Music International 03H72032 Japan 1992
TOVW-3049 Queen Rare Live (A Concert Through Time And Space) ‎(VHS, Comp, NTSC) Toshiba EMI Ltd TOVW-3049 Japan 1989
TOLW-3049 Queen Rare Live (A Concert Through Time And Space) ‎(Laserdisc, 12", S/Sided, NTSC) Picture Music International, EMI TOLW-3049 Japan 1989