Amnistía Internacional ha hecho publica la noticia de que el próximo 5 de noviembre lanzará este artefacto llamado Ammesty International – The Human Rights Concerts 1986 – 1998, una caja con 6 DVDs y 2 Cds, encargado de recoger las principales actuaciones, entre la que nos encontramos las actuaciones de figuras como Jimmy Page & Robert Plant, Bruce Springsteen, Tracy Chapman, Peter Gabriel, U2, Lou Reed, Bryan Admas y un largo etcétera, que han participado en los diversos conciertos que organizaron entre los años 1986 y 1998.

The 6-DVD set will include 120 song performances over 12 hours of footage along with another five hours of interviews, additional performances and other bonus features.

A 2-CD 30-song best-of compilation will be released the same day. A separate source adds that there will be a digital release with all 120 performances from the DVD set along with four separate CD releases covering each of the four main concerts.

The footage has been compiled into four separate films, three of which have never been released:
The June 1986 final concert from the A Conspiracy of Hope tour celebrating Amnesty International’s 25th Anniversary.
The September and October 1988 Human Rights Now! tour.
The October 1990 An Embrace of Hope concert
The October 1998 The Struggle Continues… concert commemorating the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Human Rights.
An official announcement has not been made with the complete track list; however, one on-line store ( has posted the following:

Disc One (A Conspiracy Of Hope – Part One (1986))
-Bob Geldof & Steven Van Zandt
Redemption Song
-Third World
Now That We’ve Found Love
You’re Playing Us Too Close
-The Hooters
Day By Day
And We Danced
-Peter, Paul & Mary
If I Had A Hammer
Blowin’ In The Wind
-Little Steven & The Disciples Of Soul
Los Desaparecidos
Native American
-Bob Geldof 
In The Pouring Rain 
-Joan Armatrading
Steppin’ Out
Love And Affection
-Jackson Browne
For Everyman
Soldier Of Plenty
Lives In The Balance
Till I Go Down
For America
I Am A Patriot
-Rubén Blades
Cuentas del Alma
-Miles Davis
One Phone Call / Street Scenes
-Howard Jones
No One Is To Blame
-The Neville Brothers
Everybody Better Wake Up
Midnight Key
-Joan Baez
The Times They Are A-Changin’
No Woman No Cry
Amazing Grace (with Aaron Neville)
Disc Two (A Conspiracy Of Hope – Part Two (1986))
-Lou Reed
Rock And Roll
I Love You Suzanne
No Money Down
Turn To Me
Walk On The Wild Side
Video Violence
-Peter Gabriel
Red Rain
Shock The Monkey
Family Snapshot
San Jacinto
-Bryan Adams
Run To You
It’s Only Love
Straight From The Heart
Summer Of ’69
-Joni Mitchell
Number One
MLK / Pride (In The Name Of Love)
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Maggie’s Farm
Sun City
-The Police
Message In A Bottle
King Of Pain
Driven To Tears
Every Breath You Take
Invisible Sun
-The Conspirators
I Shall Be Released
Disc Three (Human Rights Now! (1988))
-Youssou N’Dour
Deugeu (The Truth)
-Tracy Chapman
Across The Lines
Freedom Now
Talkin’ ‘Bout A Revolution
-Peter Gabriel
In Your Eyes (with Youssou N’Dour)
Don’t Stand So Close To Me
They Dance Alone
Sting & Bruce Springsteen
Every Breath You Take (with Bruce Springsteen)
-Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
Born In The USA
I’m On Fire
The River (with Sting)
Raise Your Hand
Twist And Shout / La Bamba
-Bruce Springsteen, Sting, Peter Gabriel, Youssou N’Dour & Tracy Chapman with the E Street Band 
Chimes Of Freedom
Get Up, Stand Up
Disc Four – An Embrace Of Hope (1990) – 73 mins approx.

Bailando, Bailando
El Equipaje Del Destierro
-Wynton Marsalis
Jungle Blues
-New Kids On The Block
Call It What You Want
-Sinéad O’Connor 
Nothing Compares 2 U
-Rubén Blades
Pedro Navaja
-Jackson Browne
Lives In The Balance
-Peter Gabriel
Little Wing
They Dance Alone
-Companion Material: Context On The Human Rights Concerts – Part One
A Conspiracy Of Hope (1986)
Meet The Conspirators!
Special Messages – 1986
Witness To A Conspiracy
Peach Jam
Grainy Night In Georgia
The Morning After…
Human Rights Now! (1988)
Five Musicians – Five Continents
Chimes Of Freedom (Los Angeles Concert)
Get Up, Stand Up (Montreal Concert)
The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights
Special Messages – 1988
The Struggle Continues… (1998)
Meet Les Conspirateurs!
At The Threshold…
Special Messages – 1998
Disc Five (The Struggle Continues… (1998))
-Bruce Springsteen, Peter Gabriel, Youssou N’Dour & Tracy Chapman
Get Up, Stand Up
-Peter Gabriel & Youssou N’Dour
Signal To Noise
In Your Eyes
-Alanis Morissette
Hand In My Pocket
Thank U
-Asian Dub Foundation
Black White
Free Satpal Ram
-Shania Twain
You’re Still The One
Black Eyes, Blue Tears
Kassav’ Medley
Se Dam’ Bonjou
-Tracy Chapman
New Beginning
Fast Car
Baby Can I Hold You?
-Jimmy Page & Robert Plant
When The World Was Young
Babe I’m Gonna Leave You
Gallows Pole
Rock And Roll
-Bruce Springsteen
No Surrender
Born In The USA
Working On The Highway
Karma Police
Paranoid Android
-Youssou N’Dour & Peter Gabriel
Shaking The Tree
Youssou N’Dour with Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman & Jocelyn Beroard
7 Seconds
Disc Six – Companion Material: Context On The Human Rights Concerts – Part Two
The Human Rights Concerts:

Light A Candle! The Story Behind The Human Rights Concerts
No Retreat: Bruce Springsteen’s Support For Human Rights
Driven To Tours: Why Sting Has Toured The World For Amnesty
Other Music Performances For Amnesty
Inspiration For The Human Rights Concerts (pre-1986)
Pete Townshend & John Williams – Won’t Get Fooled Again (1979)
Sting & The Secret Police – I Shall Be Released (1981)
Legacy Of The Human Rights Concerts (post-1998)
Bono & Damien Rice – Walk On (2012)
Green Day – Working Class Hero (2007)
Coldplay – Viva La Vida (2012)
Seal & Jeff Beck – Like A Rolling Stone (2012)
David Byrne – One Fine Day (2010)
United Nations All-Stars – The Price Of Silence (2008)
Evan Rachel Wood – I’d Have You Anytime (2012)
Joe Perry – Man Of Peace (2012)
Mumford & Sons – Little Lion Man (2012)
Bono & Damien Rice – One (2012)
Ozzy Osbourne – How? (2010)
Children Of The World – Imagine (2003)
Pete Seeger – Forever Young (2012)


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