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The Who|The Who at Live Aid  (Live at Wembley Stadium, 13th July 1985)

The Who at Live Aid (Live at Wembley Stadium, 13th July 1985)

The Who

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Love, Reign O'er Me (Live at Wembley Stadium, 13th July 1985)
00:04:45

Peter Townshend, Composer, Lyricist - The Who, MainArtist - Jill Sinclair, Producer - Bob Geldof, Producer - John Kennedy, Producer - Fabulous Music, MusicPublisher

2018 The Band Aid Trust 2018 The Band Aid Trust

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Won't Get Fooled Again (Live at Wembley Stadium, 13th July 1985)
00:09:32

Peter Townshend, Composer, Lyricist - The Who, MainArtist - Jill Sinclair, Producer - Bob Geldof, Producer - John Kennedy, Producer - Fabulous Music, MusicPublisher

2018 The Band Aid Trust 2018 The Band Aid Trust

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