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5.0 out of 5 stars "QUEEN ROCK MONTREAL AND LIVE AID"
There's no question Queen's musical legacy lives on more than seventeen years after their last album with Freddy Mercury was released, although they never 'officially' disbanded, and all it takes is hearing The Darkness, Miko, The Killers and Panic At The Disco, to name a few, and you'll recognize the signature Queen sound and how it's influenced new generations of...
Published on Jan. 20 2008 by Paul S. Power

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1.0 out of 5 stars Queen Rock Montreal & Live Aid 2 DVD
They should say just one dvd. Queen Rock Montreal was and is wonderful. But the dvd LIVE AID does not play at all. This makes the second order where I ordered a two dvd set of Queen and only one dvd played.
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5.0 out of 5 stars "QUEEN ROCK MONTREAL AND LIVE AID", Jan. 20 2008
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Paul S. Power "Music Reviewer" (Nova Scotia, Canada) - See all my reviews
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There's no question Queen's musical legacy lives on more than seventeen years after their last album with Freddy Mercury was released, although they never 'officially' disbanded, and all it takes is hearing The Darkness, Miko, The Killers and Panic At The Disco, to name a few, and you'll recognize the signature Queen sound and how it's influenced new generations of musicians. That's why this 2 DVD set is such an important part of rock music history.
Disc 1 features twenty-six songs recorded in Montreal in 1981 and although there was some 'tweaking' of the audio and the whole thing was re-mastered, the end result is fantastic. You get what are probably the band's best performances of "We Will Rock You", "Play The Game", "Keep Yourself Alive", "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "I'm In Love With My Car". Freddy is his typical flamboyant self, part camp-part over the top, especially on "Another One Bites The Dust". At the time, Queen was enjoying what was to be arguably the best year of their career and the raw energy combined with the absolute perfection of this live performance was testament to that fact. This was the moment Queen became musical royalty.
The second DVD starts off with what some fans argue is the band's best live performance ever: at Live Aid. There's no question that the entire bill that day was a once in a lifetime historic event but Queen did indeed manage to steal the show with a fervor and intensity unparalleled by any other act on the same bill. Also, for the die-hard fan, the extras include a priceless behind-the-scenes look at the Live Aid rehearsal, an interview with the band and a few extra surprises included for good measure.
For the sake of popular music history and Queen fans, mere words can't adequately describe how important this DVD set is, you have to see and hear it to appreciate that fact.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent show, Sept. 1 2010
This review is from: Queen Rock Montreal and Live-Aid [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
I was present at the recording of this show and it is one of the best Queen live performances ever, the Blu-Ray HD video and audio quality is great. The Live Aid part is only in SD but, I got this for the Montreal part anyway.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great band, great show, Dec 14 2008
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Queen did know how to rock. No one can take that away from them. This is apparently the first rock concert to be filmed entirely in 35mm? So I've heard. But I have also heard that Freddie didn't make the cameramen's jobs easy at all, LOL.

I watched this concert (mostly) a few months ago on PBS. Of course, they do take the pledge breaks which are about as interesting as watching paint dry, but are a necessary evil for the sake of this great station. Back to the concert: KILLER. Not much more to say. Freddie's soaring vocals, Brian May's intensely creative guitar with huge tones, Roger Deacon's thundering gargantuan drum kit and John Deacon's substantial bass tone all come together in one hugely satisfying package.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Queen rocks, March 31 2014
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Another great quality Blue Ray to add to your collection, Freddie is in top shape for this show in Montreal.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, Nov. 1 2013
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Being older, I enjoy 70's and 80's rock and being able to watch concert footage from those decades. Amazon always has what I am looking for.
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5.0 out of 5 stars So Fass, So Good, July 29 2013
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Fass delivry, good price
Livraison rapide & Très bon prix
Great performance Live & unique from Queen
At there best
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4.0 out of 5 stars Queen, April 21 2013
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Toujours agréable de regarder un spectacle de Queen, surtout lorsque c'est un spectacle à Montréal. La portion Live Aid est plaisant à regarder.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Queen Rock Montreal, Jan. 28 2013
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Very good audio and video recording considering the time period.

An excellent performance by the band and of course Freddie.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, Nov. 28 2012
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Really shows Freddy's relationship with his audience. Very much shows how he loved to perform in his very unique way
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4.0 out of 5 stars Moose, Oct. 6 2009
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what can I say I am a Queen lover have lots on vinyl seen them in TO long time ago the put on awesome shows.I like live at Wembley Stadium better but they are both good
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