Details: SST 061, green and orange label, 1986
Condition: Vinyl VG++ (Very clean!), Jacket VG (mild wear, there's a cut out in the upper right corner)
Out of Print and Not Available as CD.
From the All Music Guide:
The third installment of music from shows benefiting Amnesty International (following albums in 1982 and 1984) preceded the 1988 tour and includes several artists who were featured on that jaunt. Jackson Browne contributes an earnest reading of his "For Everyman" and Peter Gabriel's staple, "Biko," with Lou Reed and Youssou N'Dour, is solemn and stirring (as always). Kate Bush, in a rare live appearance, is in fine voice on "Running up That Hill," although the accelerated tempo strips the song of much of its studio counterpart's sensuality. Other tracks include Bob Geldof's sparse "This Is the World Calling," Joan Armatrading's wry "(I Love It When You) Call Me Names," and a lovely version of John Lennon's "Imagine" by Mark Knopfler and Chet Atkins.
The tracks are:
1 Running up That Hill by Kate Bush, David Gilmour 4:59
2 Save a Prayer by Duran Duran 5:05
3 Voices of Freedom by Lou Reed, Jackson Browne, Peter Gabriel 5:12
4 This Is the World Calling by Bob Geldof 3:28
5 For Everyman by Jackson Browne 4:31
6 Victim of Love by Erasure 3:59
7 Wouldn't It Be Good by Nik Kershaw 4:56
8 (I Love It When You) Call Me Names by Joan Armatrading 3:20
9 Imagine by Mark Knopfler, Chet Atkins 2:53
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