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Phil Collins|Phil Collins at Live Aid  (Live at Wembley Stadium and John F. Kennedy Stadium, 13th July 1985)

Phil Collins at Live Aid (Live at Wembley Stadium and John F. Kennedy Stadium, 13th July 1985)

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Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now) (Live at Wembley Stadium, 13th July 1985)
00:03:54

Phil Collins, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jill Sinclair, Producer - Bob Geldof, Producer - EMI, MusicPublisher - John Kennedy, Producer - Hit & Run Music, MusicPublisher

2018 The Band Aid Trust 2018 The Band Aid Trust

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In the Air Tonight (Live at John F. Kennedy Stadium, 13th July 1985)
00:05:04

Phil Collins, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jill Sinclair, Producer - Bob Geldof, Producer - EMI, MusicPublisher - John Kennedy, Producer - Hit & Run Music, MusicPublisher

2018 The Band Aid Trust 2018 The Band Aid Trust

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