1 CDR ?

Label: AMB 016
Country: Japan
Released: December 2018
Recorded: Wembley Stadium, London >England  July 13th. 1985.
Sound: Excellent pro-recording.
Comments: Another pro-bootleg release of Queen at Live Aid in 1985. I got info it's a CDR production, but I'm NOT sure of this. Might be pressed production.
Complete live set, with rehearsals from TV program.
Might be error in the running order
Roots: Television or radio broadcast. Actually, I'm not so sure if there where radio broadcasting at all. Might only been broadcasted on television.

Front cover

 Live Aid: Queen
   1. Queen Stage Introduction
   2. Bohemian Rhapsody
   3. Radio Gaga
   4. Audience Participation
   5. Hammer To Fall
   6. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
   7. We Will Rock You
   8. We Are The Champions

 Live Aid: Mercury and May
   9. Mercury and May Stage Introduction
 10. Is This the World We Created...?

 Live Aid: Rehearsals
 11. Bohemian Rhapsody  (Rehearsal)
 12. Radio Ga Ga  (Rehearsal Take 1)
 13. Radio Ga Ga  (Rehearsal Take 2)
 14. Hammer To Fall  (Rehearsal)
 15. Interview

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Back cover

Review from Internet.

The complete version which compiled all the sound source related to Queen, a legendary live aid performance comes up.

In 2018, a huge blockbuster with a production period of about eight years, Queen's biography "Bohemian Rhapsody" was released, and the live sound of Live Aid was finally the first CD recording on its official sound track.

However, there are songs that have been cut unfortunately, and it has been released in a very incomplete state.

So, the live aid main part synchronizes a good broadcast source, and the full version which put together all other existing sound sources appears here.

All sets of the day, including cut ones, are recorded with the super high-quality real stereo sound board sound source of the mix that is different from the above-mentioned sound track. Clearly separate sound that can be said to be another dimension will bring about the lively appearance of the stage of the day. Furthermore, from stage introduction to "Is This the World We Created ...?", Which was unveiled by Mercury & May, from the super valuable rehearsal sound source and interview of the day before.

It also gives a new original 24bit remaster this time, and has recorded each with the best sound quality of the past.

This is a realistic documentary of the day of live aid, and a perpetual preservation edition of the must-hear along with the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody".