Queen [CD]

[1973] Queen
[1974] Queen II
[1974] Sheer Heart Attack
[1975] A Night At The Opera
[1976] A Day At The Races
[1977] News Of The World
[1978] Jazz
[1979] Live Killers
[1980] The Game
[1980] Flash Gordon
[1981] Greatest Hits
[1982] Hot Space
[1984] The Works
[1986] A Kind Of Magic
[1986] Live Magic
[1989] The Miracle
[1989] Queen At The Beeb
[1991] Innuendo
[1991] Greatest Hits II
[1991] Classic Queen
[1992] Live At Wembley '86
[1995] Made In Heaven
[1997] Queen Rocks
[1999] Greatest Hits III
[2004] Live At The Bowl
[2007] Queen Rock Montreal

Queen+PR [DVD]

[2005] Return Of The Champions
[2008] The Cosmos Rocks

Queen [DVD-A]

[2002] A Night At The Opera
[2003] The Game

Queen [VHS]

[1981] Greatest Flix
[1982] Live In Japan
[1984] We Will Rock You
[1984] The Works EP
[1985] Live In Rio
[1987] Live In Budapest
[1987] Magic Years
[1989] Rare Live
[1989] The Miracle EP
[1990] Live At Wembley '86
[1991] Greatest Flix II
[1991] Box Of Flix
[1992] Live At Rainbow
[1995] Champions Of The World
[1996] The Films
[1998] Queen Rocks
[1999] Greatest Flix III

Queen [DVD]

[2002] We Will Rock You
[2002] Greatest Video Hits 1
[2003] The Films
[2003] Greatest Video Hits 2
[2003] Live At Wembley Stadium
[2004] Live At The Bowl
[2007] Queen Rock Montreal & Live Aid

Queen+PR [DVD]

[2005] Return Of The Champions

Queen [HD]

[2007] Queen Rock Montreal & Live Aid

Queen [BD]

[2007] Queen Rock Montreal & Live Aid

Freddie Mercury [CD]

[1985] Mr.Bad Guy
[1988] Barcelona
[1992] The Freddie Mercury Album
[1992] The Great Pretender
[2000] The Freddie Mercury Box Set
[2000] Freddie Mercury Solo

Freddie Mercury [VHS]

[1986] The Video EP
[1989] The Barcelona EP
[1993] The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert
[2000] Video Collection

Freddie Mercury [DVD]

[2000] Video Collection
[2002] The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert

Brian May [CD]

[1983] Starfleet
[1991] Back To The Light
[1994] Live At The Brixton Academy
[1998] Another World
[2000] Furia Soundtrack

Brian May [VHS]

[1994] Live At The Brixton Academy

Roger Taylor [CD]

[1981] Fun In Space
[1984] Strange Frontier
[1994] Happiness?
[1998] Electric Fire
[2013] Fun On Earth

Roger Taylor [VHS]

[1998] Live At The Cyberbarn

The Cross

[1988] Shove It
[1990] Mad, Bad And Dangerous To Know
[1991] Blue Rock

John Deacon [CD]

[1986] No Turning Back (singl)

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Discography: The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert VHS

THE FREDDIE MERCURY TRIBUTE CONCERT VHS
On April 20th, 1992, some of the greatest musical talent in the world gathered at London's famed Wembley Stadium to pay tribute to Freddie Mercury sho died of AIDS on 24th November 1991. The aim of the concert was to celebrate his life, to mourn his passing, to increase public awareness of the uncompromising disease that prematurely ended his life, and to raise much needed funds to help AIDS sufferers worldwide. The concert was broadcast live on television and radio to 76 countries around the world from the USA to Russia.
The 72,000 people who were fortunate enough to see the concert live, did so in glorious spring weather in front of a stage 370 ft wide and 90 ft deep. The stage was flanked by scaffolding towers over 80 ft tall, and a giant phoenix - the symbol of the charity formed to distribute the money from the event - crowned the centre of the proscenium arch.
At 6pm, John Deacon, Brian May and Roger Taylor, the remaining three members of Queen, took stage to announce the start of one of the biggest events in roch history and to pay tribute to their former colleague - the incomparible Freddie Mercury. The atmosphere of emotion, mixed joy and sadness, shared by stadium audience, worldwide television viewers, and performers alike, was an experience that will never be forgotten. The event is now captured here on video, a lasting tribute to be shared by all. ALL profits from this video will be donated by the Mercury Phoenix Trust to AIDS charities worldwide.
Concert compilation
Released: 23 Dec 1993
Recorded: Freddie Mercury tribute concert, Wembley Stadium on 20 April 1992