|1||Amnesty International Press Conference|
|2||Amnesty International Press Conference|
|BSAPC + 7-1||Sting, Bruce Springsteen, Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman|| Sting, Bruce Springsteen, Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman - Amnesty International Press Conference (7", Pic, Unofficial)||Amnesty International||BSAPC + 7-1||UK||Unknown|
|none||Iron Maiden|| Interview (7", Pic, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Iron Maiden)||none||Europe||1988|
|none||Iron Maiden|| Interview (7", Unofficial)||Not On Label (Iron Maiden)||none||Unknown|
|BSAPC + 7-1||Bruce Springsteen, Tracy Chapman, Peter Gabriel, Sting|| Bruce Springsteen, Tracy Chapman, Peter Gabriel, Sting - Amnesty International Press Conference (7", Pic, Unofficial)||Not On Label||BSAPC + 7-1||UK||1991|
|BSAPC + 7-1||The Police|| Amnesty International Press Conference (7", Pic)||Amnesty International||BSAPC + 7-1||UK||Unknown|
7" Picture disc displaying image of Toyah (Thunder in the Mountains shoot) on one side and an image of the cover Le Retour de Gérard Lambert by Renaud on the other.
The records contain extracts from a press conference with Sting, Peter Gabriel, Bruce Springfield and Tracy Chapman, with no relation to the displayed artist, held for the Amnesty International Youth Festival at Milton Keynes Bowl in England 1988 which has been used unofficially.
There is no connection to either Amnesty International or the many different artists images that have been used.
Both side play the same section of the Press conference
- Matrix / Runout (A side etched): BSAP6 7-1 Porky Orlake
- Matrix / Runout (B side etched): BSAP6 7-1 Porky Orlake
Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом Vinyl от Untitled на version of this beauthiful Chimes Of Freedom song played by Boss, Sting, Tracy Chapman, Peter Gabriel and Youssou NDour. Amnesty International is a four-disc box set by Bruce Springsteen, released in 1998 containing 66 songs. This box set mostly consists of never-before-released songs recorded during the sessions for his many albums, but also includes a number of single B-sides, as well as demos and alternate versions of already-released material. The project began in early 1998, when Springsteen and his chief recording engineer, Toby Scott, began going through his massive collection of unreleased songs. Springsteen had been known as. Listen to music from Peter Gabriel & Tracy Chapman & Sting & Bruce Springsteen like Get Up Stand Up - live, Get Up Stand Up & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Peter Gabriel & Tracy Chapman & Sting & Bruce Springsteen. Track name. Songs in album No Police Repression 1988. Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer. Peter Gabriel - In Your Eyes. Peter Gabriel - Biko. Sting - Don't Stand So Close To Me. Peter Gabriel - Ellas Danzan Solas Sting & Peter Gabriel. Sting Springsteen - Every Breath You Take Sting & Bruce Springsteen. Peter Gabriel Chapman Springsteen N'Dour - Get Up Stand Up. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band: Get Up, Stand Up, Streets of Philadelphia, Chimes Of Freedom и другие песни. Latest version of the music album Bruce Springsteen, Tracy Chapman, Peter Gabriel, Sting - Untitled Download Free. MP3, FLAC, WMA audio format. ZIP and RAR archives. Marc Almond picture variant. The recording is taken from the Amnesty International press conference for the Human Rights Now tour of 1988 featuring Bruce Springsteen, Tracy Chapman, Peter Gabriel & Sting. There is no connection to either Amnesty International or the many different artists images that have been used. Other versions. BSAPC 7-1. Sting, Bruce Springsteen, Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman. 2, 1988, Bruce Springsteen , Sting and Peter Gabriel kicked off the Human Rights Now tour at London's Wembley Stadium. The 20-date tour was a benefit for Amnesty International in honor of the 40th anniversary of the United Nations' adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Since 1976, Amnesty had called upon musicians to help raise money, most famously with the Secret Policeman's Balls concerts in London and the six-show Conspiracy of Hope U. tour in 1986. Springsteen, Sting and Gabriel wore identical black vests without shirts onstage, possibly as a show of solidarity. The tour's finale, in Buenos Aires on Oct. The six-week worldwide jaunt begins on this night in London, soon bringing Springsteen and the E Streeters along with Sting, Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman, and Youssou N'Dour to Greece, India, South Africa, and Springsteen and the E Street Band had been all over the planet with Sting, Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman and Youssou NDour by the time the 1988 Amnesty International Human Rights Now tour touched down on Africas Ivory Coast. However, theyd never seen a crowd like the 50,000 fans at le Félicia soccer stadium. They ultimately plotted a six-week tour that would take Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Sting, Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman and Youssou NDour to North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Africa