WEMBLEY STADIUM 1986

1 CDR

Label: Not on label
Country: Japan (as far as I know)
Released: February 2019.
Recorded: Wembley Stadium, London, England  July 12th. 1986.
Sound: Excellent professional recording.
Comments:  A cheap 'not on label' production. Part of Wembley concert from July '86.
This claimed to be from a radio broadcast. Probably true.
Both gig on Wembley this July was professional filmed & recorded. The 12th. July has been released officially on all format. A 25 years DVD box was released in 2011, contains both dates on two DVD's.
Radio broadcasts of the concert's has been broadcasted over the years.
As I have understand, these radio broadcasts contains a mix of the two dates. So you might have both dates on this cdr. Doesn't matter anyway.
Roots: Radio broadcast.
Time: 40:04


Front cover



 1. One Vision
 2. Tie Your Mother Down
 3. Another One Bites The Dust
 4. I Want To Break Free
 5. Bohemian Rhapsody
 6. Love Of My Life
 7. Is This The World We Created?
 8. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
 9. We Are The Champions
 10. God Save The Queen  (tape outro)





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Back cover

FROM INTERNET

It is second - hand goods.
It is the Collector's CD
It is a real manufacturer instead of a replica.
I think that it is a relatively clean product,
Please understand that it is medieval to the last is.

(From manufacturer info)

"Wembley Stadium Performance July 12, 1986" familiar with official work. Excellent excitement of the ultra superb sound board master of the quality exceeding that wonderful official work. The identity of such a work is the radio broadcast master. Wembley stadium performance in 1986 was set just one year after that "miracle live aid", one of the highlights of Freddie's last "MAGIC TOUR". Mobilized 150,000 people in 2 days, and tickets are sold out immediately. It was added suddenly until the final performance of Knebworth, etc. We left a number of legends. That pattern is broadcast only on FM radio. Even though it was able to produce a lot of previous episodes until "LIVE AT WEMBLEY '86" was officially released after the death of Freddie. Although this work is also such an FM sound source, it is neither a copy or a remaster of the origin. On the contrary, it is not even a broadcast master. Actually, it is the Omoto master who leaked from the stakeholders (It was brought about by the same route as that famous name "DEFINITIVE FINAL CONCERT IN JAPAN").
However, even though it is Omoto, it is basically a broadcast version. It is not a directly connected sound board of the record, and it is a thing that I thought as a prerequisite for broadcasting. Bohemian Rhapsody "is also arranged in the midfield in 10 songs extracted along the broadcasting frame of about 40 minutes instead of fullshow. It is far from reproducing the on-site stage. However, it is amazing sound that I still can not stay without mentioning it. Obviously the mix is ​​different from the official, it is more natural and beautiful. The official is clearer if it says clear, but the sound pressure seems to be stuffed up to the limit as the bulk of the sound pressure is strong.
The peak that penetrates from that ensemble exceeds the limit and it hurts to the ear. In contrast, this work is extremely natural. As it is not clearly processed, it somewhat warms while balancing, QUEEN ensemble as it is. Unlike the official sound which clogged up in a breadpan, the skimmer between the instruments is also felt, and thanks to that, it makes it possible to feel vividly the expression of one note one note. All the performance sounds and singing voices are beautiful, but the base is particularly amazing. As mentioned above, not only the tone but also the mix is ​​different from the official board in this work, and the base is far more fat. Moreover, its gloss is exquisite. The official sound was the bass sound of the impression pushing the attack sound was emphasized, but this work is smooth from the start to the moment of silencing. For that reason the line does not stagnate like a streaming river, the grooves and the sense of dynamicness are misplaced. In other words, thanks to such a base I feel that I have reborn guitars and drums. The official sound is "Temporary ensemble" where each peak pierces us.
On the contrary, this work can be said to be a "line ensemble" in which each instrument draws a line and is organically intertwined. It is a sound that exceeds the dimension of just good or bad of audio and even the taste of the performance itself is different. "Wembley Stadium" which caused a miracle of LIVE AID and was also a site of the Freddie Memorial Concert. The last Freddie who stood on the stage to say also as a symbol of late QUEEN. It is a stereo soundboard master of the shock which can be touched with the singing voice near, and far more natural sound than the official. If it was a complete recording with this ... ... It is a wonderful piece so much that such regret will spring.

★ It is a completely different mix from the official Wembley video. Equalize and remaster, etc. are not such dimensions, fundamentally a striking stereo sound board with different texture. I want to listen to it all! All Queen Fans must listen!