One Vision" is a song written and recorded by the British rock band Queen, first released as a single in November 1985 and then included on their 1986 album A Kind of Magic. It was originally conceived by Roger Taylor. The song has been speculated to be inspired by either the band's "show-stopping" performance at Live Aid earlier in 1985, or by the life and exploits of Martin Luther King, with the lyrics recounting a man battling and overcoming the odds
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Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Queen collection. It would appear on the "A Kind Of Magic" album the following year. Continuing Queen's personalised EMI catalogue numbering scheme (QUEEN6 for the 7", 12QUEEN6 for the 12"), this grouping assembles all single/maxi releases, re-releases and other variations where "One Vision" receives A-side/top billing, with the experimental, sampler- and percussion-driven largely instrumental "Blurred Vision" being its regular B-side partner.
|A||One Vision (Extended Vision)|
|QUEEN 6||Queen||One Vision (7", Single, Dou)||EMI||QUEEN 6||UK||1985|
|EMI-73-X-319, QUEEN-6||Queen||One Vision (7", Single)||EMI, EMI||EMI-73-X-319, QUEEN-6||Philippines||1985|
|SPRO-9537||Queen||One Vision (12", Single, Promo)||Capitol Records||SPRO-9537||US||1985|
|14 2009116||Queen||One Vision (Extended Vision) (12", Maxi)||EMI||14 2009116||Italy||1985|
|EMS-17594||Queen||One Vision (7", Single)||EMI||EMS-17594||Japan||1985|