Music DVD Poll Knebworth - Parts One Two And Three

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neil wilkes

2K Club - QQ Super Nova
Feb 6, 2004
London, England
Please post your thoughts, comments & observations.

Knebworth, Hertfordshire, Saturday, June 30th, 1990. 120,000 fans gathered for an historic event featuring a legendary combination of British artists...

Tears For Fears: Change / Badman's Song / Everybody Wants To Rule The World

Cliff Richard & The Shadows: On The Beach / Good Golly Miss Molly / We Don't Talk Anymore

Phil Collins & The Serious Band: In The Air Tonight / Sussudio

Paul McCartney: Coming Up / Birthday / Hey Jude / Can't Buy Me Love

Status Quo: Whatever You Want / Rockin' All Over The World / Dirty Water / In The Army Now

Eric Clapton: Before You Accuse Me / Tearin' Us Apart

Dire Straits: Solid Rock / Think I Love You Too Much / Money For Nothing

Elton John: Sacrifice / Sad Songs

Robert Plant: Hurting Kind / Tall Cool One / Wearing & Tearing / Rock And Roll

Genesis: Mama / Throwing It All Away / Turn It On Again medley

Pink Floyd: Shine On You Crazy Diamond / Run Like Hell
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Ge Someone

1K Club - QQ Shooting Star
Jan 19, 2005
I can add that it was in aid of the Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Centre for providing music therapy for handicapped children and the BRIT school of performing arts and technology. And indeed it was a Historical Event in the British Festivals.
There were some problems with the weather, the wind most noticeable.

If you like you can read an interesting review here (ignore the BS about DTS :eek:)
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Senior Member
Jul 10, 2003
The Bronx
I just noticed that I never added anything about this show...
Well I was there, and almost lost my life on the line for the buses to the train station...
We were way in the back and only heard the music when the wind was blowing our way..
I had my walkman so we took turns listening to it on the BBC feed.
Paul let Floyd close due to the fact their lights and effects would have been useless due to the "long" days in June/July.

Not really worth the effort getting tixs and getting to and from the show...but had a great time in Amsterdam earlier that week.