I think galashiels is talking about the video: http://www.queenzone.com/queenzone/forumnew/forum_topic_view.aspx?Q=974139
But this is all there is. Those 8mm films from the 70s were always very fragmentary. Blank film was very expensive to buy back then, and most cameras wouldn't have the capability to capture sound. On average, a filmer would bring 10-15 of film to a show and capture a few small parts. And here we have less than a minute of It's Late. There is a bit of It's Late on the silent 8mm film from Rotterdam, and maybe one day I'll get around to synching audio to that one too.
Heck, I'd love to share the whole Berlin one lossless, except I haven't done the rest of the video yet. It would take weeks to synch 12 minutes of audio to silent footage, or even months, and unfortunately I simply don't have the time to do it.
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