Bob Geldof, the internationally acclaimed rock star philanthropist and the organizer of the twin British and American Live Aid concerts in 1985, has announced the complete track listing for the "Live Aid" DVD, due in North America on November 16 via Warner Vision International.
Among the songs featured on the four-disc set are JUDAS PRIEST's "Living After Midnight" and "Green Manalishi"; BLACK SABBATH's "Paranoid"; QUEEN's "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Radio Gaga", "Hammer to Fall", "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", "We Will Rock You" and "We Are the Champions"; and STATUS QUO's "Rockin' All Over the World" and "Caroline". View the complete track listing at this location.
As previously reported, LED ZEPPELIN's former members refused to allow what they called their "sub-standard" performance to be included on the "Live Aid" DVD.
The event, which was held in London's Wembley Stadium and the JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, and instantly raised £50 million (approx. $92 million) — eventually climbing to £80 million (approx. $148 million) — for African famine victims.
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