Live at Wembley Stadium [Bonus Tracks]

Live at Wembley Stadium [Bonus Tracks]

by Queen

CD(Remastered)

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Product Details

Release Date: 08/19/2003
Label: Hollywood Records
UPC: 0720616242228
catalogNumber: 162422
Rank: 9113

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Queen   Primary Artist
Freddie Mercury   Group Member
Brian May   Group Member
Roger Taylor   Group Member
Henry Crallan   Staging
John Deacon   Group Member
Spike Edney   Keyboards
Grant Fleming   Staging

Technical Credits

David Bowie   Composer
Little Richard   Composer
Freddie Mercury   Composer
Gene Pitney   Composer
Queen   Composer,Producer
Steve Winwood   Composer
Cy Coleman   Composer
Brian May   Arranger,Composer
Jerry Leiber   Composer
John Miles   Stage Design
Roger Taylor   Composer
John Brough   Engineer
John Deacon   Composer
Dorothy Fields   Composer
Mack   Engineer
Peter Mew   Engineer
Mike Stoller   Composer
Muff Winwood   Composer
Justin Shirley-Smith   Engineer
Spencer Davis   Composer
Alfonso Cayetano   Composer
Peter Hince   Bass Technician
Trip Khalaf   Engineer
Robert "Bumps" Blackwell   Composer
Dorothy LaBostrie   Composer
Joe Lubin   Composer
Roger Chiasson   Illustrations
Kris Fredriksson   Engineer
Traditional   Composer
John Collins   Bass Technician
Brian Zellis   Guitar Techician
Jim Devenny   Monitor Engineer
John McGraw   Stage Design
Diana Moseley   Costume Design
Mike Wiesman   Production Stage Manager
Simon Tutchner   Lighting Director

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Live at Wembley '86 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This concert was definetly the highlight of Queen's career. I loved the performances of "One Vision", "Bohemian Rhapsody", and "Love of my Life". This concert I bought on DVD a few months ago, and when I first saw it, it totally rocked my world!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The problem with this live album is perhaps due to the mixing--the crowd-noise level is simply to low and does not give the listener an idea of the powerful grip Mercury had on a crowd of some 75,000 people. The sets are good, but this compilation doesn't capture the energy of the performance like a good live album should.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago