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Radio Ga-Ga - Queen - Live Magic (CD, Album)


  1. FLAC album Queen + Paul Rodgers - Europe Live Gold Your Mother Down,Fat Bottomed Girls,Crazy Little Thing Called Love,Love Of My Life,Hammer To Fall,Feel Like Makin Love,Radio Ga Ga,Cant Get Enough,A Kind Of Magic,Bohemian Rhapsody,All Right Now,We Will Rock You,We Are The Radio Ga Ga: 7: We Are The Champions / God Save The Queen.
  2. Sep 05,  · This grouping gathers together all versions of the "Live Magic" album, originally released in December on vinyl/tape/CD (shortly after concluding their "Magic" tour), as well as subsequent (remastered) repressings and bootleg versions. This album was recorded during the "Magic Tour" in the summer of around different stadiums in Europe/5(K).
  3. The album starts with Radio Gaga, a Roger Taylor song, poppy and full of synths, but inspired and catchy, overall an enjoyable track. Tear It Up is a nice rocker, written by May. It's a Hard Life is a great Freddie Mercury number, amazing vocals IMO/5().
  4. May 23,  · Queen performing at Live Aid in front of 72, people in Wembley Stadium, London on the 13th July, The event was organised by Sir Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to raise funds for the Ethiopian.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Live Magic on Discogs. Label: EMI - CDP 7 2 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • /5(48).
  6. Radio Ga Ga (Live at Wembley '86) 21 Another One Bites The Dust (Live at Wembley '86) This is a superb album from Queen’s live Wembley performance. The vocals from Freddie are clear and strong and the band really rocked. GREAT CD of one of Queen’s final live concerts. I’m not a fan normally of live CD music, but this one is /5().
  7. AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. As Queen 's second live album, Live Magic might appear to be a bit unnecessary, but a closer look reveals that it's a better record than the previous Live Killers. Culled from a variety of dates from the Kind of Magic tour but concentrating on the final show at Knebworth, Live Magic captures Queen, and Freddie Mercury 6/
  8. And even casual fans will recognize "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Radio Ga Ga," and "We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions." Although most Queen fans prefer the unfairly criticized concert album Live Killers, Live at Wembley '86 does a good job of balancing the well-known, for the uninitiated, and the lesser-known, for the hardcore fan.5/5(1).

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