Released 7 February 1994.
Length 89 minutes.
To The Light
Your Mother Down
Of My Life
9. '39 /
Let Your Heart Rule Your Head
Much Love Will Kill You
11. Spike Edney Keyboard
You've Been Gone
(including drum solo and 'Bohemian Rhapsody')
16. Band Introductions
Will Rock You
Produced by Jim Beach
Directed by Gavin Taylor
Recorded at the Brixton Academy, London, on 15th June 1993.
This concert was also released as a live album,
and full details of all tracks appear on the album page. The
album edits many of the tracks, while the video contains the full
length versions, and also adds a Spike Edney Keyboard Solo
and Band Introductions.
However, both the video and the album feature a much reduced
version of 'Love
Token', which originally included a colourful argument
between Brian, Shelley Preston and Cathy Porter, and also a
second Spike Edney solo which followed the 'false start' to 'Last
The start of the video features footage of fans queuing outside
the venue, intercut with short clips from the concert, while an
edited version of 'The Dark' plays. The credits at the end of the
video appear over the final section of 'Hammer To Fall'.
Edney Keyboard Solo
Only available on the video release, between 'Too Much Love Will
Kill You' and 'Since You've Been Gone'. Length 3:08.
Details of this keyboard solo can be found on the Live
Solos & Improvisations page.
Only available on the video release, between 'Resurrection' and
'Last Horizon'. Length 3:27.
Brian: Well that's it, you want more? Right, well I think what
I'll do is I'll introduce the band, you wanna hear the, about who
the band is? This is an unbelievable band, of which I am
immensely proud. On my left over here, with the hat, and the
boots, (a shout from the audience), ladies and gentlemen, what
was that? I wish I could hear you. Something about my flies, I
think. Ladies and gentlemen, on guitar and vocals, Mr Jamie
Moses. On impeccable bass guitar, Mr Neil Murray. On keyboards,
and wit, and scriptwriting, and old friend of mine, an old friend
of yours from the Queen days, Mr Spike Edney. Enough grovelling
girls. Now to the beauty department. I like this bit. On vocals,
from England, on hair, and lipstick, and various other amazing,
inimitable parts of the anatomy, not to mention a very fine
vocalist, Miss Shelley Preston. And on sweet talking, silken
vocals, from the USA, Miss Cathy Porter. And on the drums, just
in case you hadn't noticed, still the loudest and best stick
swiper in the world, Mr Cozy Powell.
Spike Edney: And the man at the front, singing and playing and
doing all the work, I give you Brian May