God Save The Queen

God Save The Queen 1:58
Written by Thomas Arne
Performers: Brian May + The Royal Academy Of Music Symphony Orchestra with Roger Taylor & Ray Cooper
Appears on: Party At The Palace
CD,
Party At The Palace DVD
Recorded live at Buckingham Palace June 3, 2002. The historic opening of The Queen's Golden Jubilee featured Brian May on top of Buckingham Palace playing God Save The Queen. On stage assisting is The Royal Acedemy Of Music Syphony Orchestra with Roger Taylor on timpani and Ray Cooper on gong.

You Can't Hurry Love

You Can't Hurry Love 3:04
Written by Holland/Dozier/Holland
Performers: Phil Collins + The Royal Academy Of Music Sympony Orchestra, The Royal Acedemy Of Music Jazz Horns, and the House Band with Roger Taylor
Appears on:
Party At The Palace CD, Party At The Palace DVD
Recorded live at Buckingham Palace June 3, 2002. A very good live version of the Phil Collins classic. Phil Collins of course is on lead vocals while Roger Taylor fills in on drums.

Radio Ga Ga

Radio Ga Ga 2:18
Written by Roger Taylor
Performers: Queen (Brian May & Roger Taylor) + Phil Collins

Appears on:
Party At The Palace CD, Party At The Palace DVD
Recorded live at Buckingham Palace June 3, 2002. Lead vocals by Roger Taylor. Drum duties are handled by Phil Collins.

We Will Rock You

We Will Rock You 1:48
Written by Brian May
Performers: Queen (Brian May & Roger Taylor) + The London Cast Of The Musical We Will Rock You + Phil Collins

Appears on:
Party At The Palace CD, Party At The Palace DVD
Recorded live at Buckingham Palace June 3, 2002. Brian handles lead vocal duties and the cast of the London musical sing backing vocals. Roger Taylor and Phil Collins play drums.

We Are The Champions

We Are The Champions 2:35
Written by Freddie Mercury
Performers: Queen (Brian May & Roger Taylor) + Will Young + The London Cast Of The Musical We Will Rock You + Phil Collins
Appears on:
Party At The Palace CD, Party At The Palace DVD
Recorded live at Buckingham Palace June 3, 2002. Will Young of Pop Idol fame is on lead vocals.

Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody 5:45
Written by Freddie Mercury
Performers:
Queen (Brian May & Roger Taylor) + Tony Vincent + Hannah Jane Fox + Sharon D. Clarke + The London Cast Of The Musical We Will Rock You + Phil Collins
Appears on:
Party At The Palace CD, Party At The Palace DVD
Recorded live at Buckingham Palace June 3, 2002. Lead vocals are shared between Tony Vincent, Hannah Jane Fox, and Sharon D. Clarke. The full operatic section is performed live by the WWRY London Cast.

Move It

Move It 2:43
Written by Ian Samwell
Performers: Cliff Richard feat. S Club 7 & Brian May
Appears on:
Party At The Palace CD, Party At The Palace DVD
Recorded live at Buckingham Palace June 3, 2002. A live version of the Cliff Richard hit. Brian May is featured on lead guitar.

With A Little Help From My Friends

With A Little Help From My Friends 5:42
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performers: Joe Cocker feat. Steve Winwood & Brian May

Appears on:
Party At The Palace CD, Party At The Palace DVD
Recorded live at Buckingham Palace June 3, 2002. Lead vocals by Joe Cocker, Brian May on lead guitar, Phil Collins on drums, and Steve Winwood on keyboard.

All You Need Is Love

All You Need Is Love 3:37
Written by
Lennon/McCartney
Performers: Rod Stewart, Joe Cocker, Paul McCartney, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, and Various Artists

Appears on:
Party At The Palace CD, Party At The Palace DVD
Recorded live at Buckingham Palace June 3, 2002. Paul McCartney's set finished the Queen's Golden Jubilee concert. Paul is joined on stage by virtually every performer at the concert that day. Brian can be seen on guitar and Roger Taylor is assisting with percussion.


Hey Jude

Hey Jude 6:51
Written by
Lennon/McCartney
Performers: Various Artists

Appears on:
Party At The Palace CD, Party At The Palace DVD
Recorded live at Buckingham Palace June 3, 2002. The last song of the evening, Paul McCartney is on piano and vocals and is joined by all of the artists that performed that day. Brian is standing next to Eric Clapton, sharing guitar duties and Roger Taylor is again assisting with percussion.