Golden Jubilee Live Album Heads Overseas
Virgin has set a July 2 North American release date for "Party at the Palace," a 21-track souvenir from the recent Golden Jubilee concerts at London's Buckingham Palace.Virgin has set a July 2 North American release date for "Party at the Palace," a 21-track souvenir from the recent Golden Jubilee concerts at London's Buckingham Palace. As previously reported, the set was released internationally this week via EMI. As with that edition, a portion of the proceeds from sales of the North American version will be donated to Queen Elizabeth II's Golden Jubilee Trust.
The three-hour-plus concert featured a tribute to the late George Harrison by Paul McCartney and Eric Clapton (not included on the album) and performances by Brian Wilson, Joe Cocker, Ozzy Osbourne, and Steve Winwood, among many others. A pre-taped performance by Elton John will be included on "Party at the Palace."
A recording and a video of the classical concert held at the palace are in the works. In North America, both the classical and pop concerts will also be released July 2 on home video by Naxos Of America.
Here is the tracklist for "Party at the Palace":
"God Save the Queen," Brian May featuring Roger Taylor and Ray Cooper
"You Can't Hurry Love," Phil Collins
"Dancing in the Street," Atomic Kitten
"Goldfinger," Shirley Bassey
"Everything I Do (I Do It for You)," Bryan Adams
"You Can Leave Your Hat On," Tom Jones featuring Blue and Keith Airley
"Radio Ga Ga," Queen
"We Will Rock You," Queen and the London cast of the musical "We Will Rock You"
"We Are the Champions," Queen, Will Young, and the London cast of the musical "We Will Rock You"
"Why," Annie Lennox
"Move It," Cliff Richard featuring S Club 7 and Brian May
"Paranoid," Ozzy Osbourne and Tony Iommi
"I Want Love," Elton John
"God Only Knows," Brian Wilson featuring the Corrs
"Good Vibrations," Brian Wilson featuring Emma Bunton and Atomic Kitten
"Layla," Eric Clapton
"Gimme Some Lovin'," Steve Winwood
"With a Little Help From My Friends," Joe Cocker featuring Steve Winwood and Brian May
"Handbags & Gladrags," Rod Stewart featuring J'anna Jacoby
"All You Need Is Love," Various Artists
"Hey Jude," Paul McCartney featuring various artists