Knebworth The Album v Prince’s Trust Superstars In Concert Poll & Discussion!

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  1. Aar Gal

    Aar Gal Monkberry Moon Delight Thread Starter

    What’s the best overall listening experience between these 2 big multi artists charity show multi disc albums?What’s the Best performer/track amongst the discs...who lets you down? what tracks/acts are missing from the original shows?

    A lot of the same acts appear on both...McCartney, Elton, Collins, Rutherford, Clapton, Knopfler. Plus plenty of other legends...Harrison, Floyd, Gabriel, Bee Gees etc...2 quality releases...but which is best?!

    P.s. I know that Superstars In Concert is a compilation of a couple of previously released LPs, but misses some tracks from those and adds some more, but it would appear to be the best example of these shows (and pretty easy to still get on CD)


    Knebworth The Album
    Disc One
    1. Everybody Wants to Rule the World - Tears for Fears
    2. Badman's Song - Tears for Fears
    3. Dirty Water - Status Quo
    4. Whatever You Want - Status Quo
    5. Rockin' All over the World - Status Quo
    6. On the Beach - Cliff Richard and the Shadows
    7. Do You Wanna Dance - Cliff Richard and the Shadows
    8. Hurting Kind - Robert Plant
    9. Liars Dance - Robert Plant
    10. Tall Cool One - Robert Plant
    11. Wearing and Tearing - Jimmy Page and Robert Plant
    12. Mama - Genesis
    13. Turn It on Again Medley - Genesis
    Disc Two
    1. Sussudio - Phil Collins
    2. Sunshine of Your Love - Eric Clapton
    3. Think I Love You Too Much - Dire Straits
    4. Sad Songs (Say So Much) - Elton John
    5. Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting - Elton John
    6. Coming Up - Paul McCartney
    7. Hey Jude - Paul McCartney
    8. Comfortably Numb - Pink Floyd
    9. Run Like Hell - Pink Floyd


    Prince’s Trust - Superstars In Concert

    Disc One
    01. Money for Nothing – Mark Knopfler
    02. Better Be Good to Me – Tina Turner
    03. Your Song – Elton John
    04. In the Air Tonight – Phil Collins
    05. In a Big Country – Big Country
    06. Hot Water – Level 42
    07. Every Time You Go Away – Paul Young
    08. Tearing Us Apart – Eric Clapton and Tina Turner
    09. I'm Still Standing – Elton John
    10. Sailing – Rod Stewart
    11. Marlene on the Wall – Suzanne Vega
    12. I Saw Her Standing There – Paul McCartney
    13. Long Tall Sally – Paul McCartney
    14. Get Back – Paul McCartney
    Disc Two
    01. Behind the Mask – Eric Clapton
    02. Hearts on Fire – Bryan Adams
    03. Stand by Me – Ben E. King
    04. If I Was – Midge Ure
    05. While My Guitar Gently Weeps – George Harrison
    06. Running in the Family – Mark King
    07. Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting – Elton John
    08. Wanderer – Bryan Adams
    09. Through the Barricades – Spandau Ballet
    10. Don't Look Down – Go West
    11. Invisible – Alison Moyet
    12. Reach Out (I'll Be There)/ I Can't Help Myself / Same Old Song – Phil Collins
    Disc Three
    01. Sledgehammer – Peter Gabriel
    02. Never Gonna Give You Up – Rick Astley
    03. Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton
    04. Breakout – Swing Out Sister
    05. You Win Again – The Bee Gees
    06. Living Years – Mike and The Mechanics
    07. Run to You – Bryan Adams
    08. A Little Respect – Andy Bell
    09. No One Is to Blame – Howard Jones
    10. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' – Phil Collins and Paul Young
    11. You're the Voice – John Farnham
    12. Here Comes the Sun – George Harrison
    13. With a Little Help from My Friends – All Star Band
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2020
  2. Aar Gal

    Aar Gal Monkberry Moon Delight Thread Starter

  3. There is so much 80s bloat on these albums, it’s like punk never happened(and hardcore punk and thrash weren’t at the time happening).

    I have seen the Knebworth album made into vinyl art prior to the recent resurgence. But I am not sure what the second collection looks like.
  4. Antenociticus

    Antenociticus Forum Resident

    None of the above.
    DadRock at its worst.

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