1 LP

Label: Dvgilio KNEB 86  Matrix: Q4M35
Country: Europe.
Released: April 11th 2024.
Recorded: Live at Knebworth Park, Stevenage  England  August 9th. 1986. (Unsure if correct concert).
LATE NEWS: This is live at Maimarktgelande, Mannheim, Germany June 21st 1986. Radio FM broadcast. (Thanks Anthony L...)
Sound: More than less excellent soundboard recording. But edited etc..
Cover: Color cover.
Comments:  Limited edition LP of 500 numbered copies on RED or PURPLE vinyl. Sale price as new 17,29
Fake information on the cover, clamed being from Knebworth Park on August 9th 1986. Queen's last concert with Freddie.
But, this is Mannheim Germany on June 21st 1986. This was a festival included Gary More, Marillion and some others. QUEEN was the headliner. The festival was broadcasted live on radio in Germany. So, this Queen concert was quick out on vinyl bootlegs, and later cd's.
Bootlegs of this concert, has been released many times over the years.

This is actually not so interesting LP. The 'Magic 1986' tour is well documented on officially record LP, cd's & DVD's.
The timing of 'Bohemian Rhapsody' is shorter than normal. Similar as the official LP 'Live Magic' 86.
Roots: Radio broadcast.

Front cover.

Back cover.
 Tie Your Mother Down  (4:12)
 A Kind Of Magic  (5:10)
 Under Pressure  (3:28)
 Another One Bites The Dust  (3:29)
 Who Wants To Live Forever  (3:40)
 I Want To Break Free  (3:34)

 Impromptu Jam  (4:45)
 Now I'm Here  (3:45)
 Bohemian Rhapsody  (3:34)
 Hammer To Fall  (7:24)
 We Are The Champions  (3:25)

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Info from web page. NOTE this is NOT Knebworth 86 concert, but from the Mannheim, Germany FM broadcast.

The last performance of Queen's original line up in 1986, now available on vinyl, offers a captivating glimpse into a momentous occasion in rock history. This release preserves the essence of Queen's final concert with Freddie Mercury at Knebworth Park in front of 120,000 people. With tracks ranging from the anthemic 'Tie Your Mother Down' to the soul-stirring 'Who Wants To Live Forever,' each song captures the band's electrifying energy and Mercury's unparalleled stage presence. Amidst the euphoria, some shadows loom, not least a very public meltdown from an apparently exceedingly refreshed John Deacon and the murder of a young fan during the set, as well as the added significance as Mercury's health declined in the years following. But with its raw emotion and timeless music, this vinyl release serves as a poignant tribute to Queen's enduring legacy and Freddie Mercury's indelible impact on the world of music.