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Posted: 13 Jan 08, 12:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Here is a torrent of the show Double-U just shared here with Mediafire. Below are his notes:

As requested I share the concert at the Ice Stadium in Stockholm on April the 10th in 1982
It was the second gig of the Hot Space tour and has some special moments.
After "Get Down, Make Love" the audience began to sing "We Will Rock You" and Freddie also started to sing it.
Later Freddie started to sing the first line of Save Me: "It started off so well... " but Brian didn't play along on the piano. Freddie stopped and commented: "It didn't start off so fucking well!" After which he laughed and they both started the song off together again.
And Queen performed the song "Not Fade Away" from the Rolling Stones.
Absolutely a nice recording and here it comes:

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"Live Under Pressure" - silver (Breakdown Records)--> wav(EAC)--> flac (TLH) Level 8

CD 1:
01. Flash (Intro)
02. The Hero
03. Tie Your Mother Down
04. Action This Day
05. Play The Game
06. Somebody To Love
07. Staying Power
08. Get Down Make Love
09. We Will Rock You (improvised)
10. Fat Bottomed Girls
11. Love Of My Life
12. Save Me
13. Keyboard & Guitar Solo

CD 2:
01. Liar
02. Not Fade Away
03. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
04. Bohemian Rhapsody
05. Under Pressure
06. Now I'm Here
07. Dragon Attack/ Now I'm Here (Reprise)
08. Another One Bites The Dust/ Sheer Heart Attack
09. We Will Rock You
10. We Are The Champions
11. God Save The Queen

Size: 632 MB. I found some artwork and included that as well.

As usual, please don't convert to lossy unless it's for your own use. Keep lossless files lossless!

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Posted: 13 Jan 08, 13:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Oh! didn´t have this one, so let me be the first to say a big ... thankyou!!


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Posted: 13 Jan 08, 14:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Cheers, whats the sound rating?


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Posted: 13 Jan 08, 15:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Not Fade Away was a hit for it's writer, Buddy Holly, long before Jagger got near it.

Let's be accurate in all things, not just lineage.

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Posted: 13 Jan 08, 15:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

THanks for making a torrent Ginger!!
And Happy New Year!!!


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Posted: 13 Jan 08, 15:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

You are the heart and soul of the sharing community, Ginger01 :)


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Posted: 13 Jan 08, 17:49 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

pcgenius9 wrote:

Cheers, whats the sound rating?


I give it a B, at best. It's pretty hissy. If you're looking for a good quality show, go for the Frankfurt or Vienna shows.



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Posted: 13 Jan 08, 22:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thank you very much for the show!! You are the best

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Posted: 14 Jan 08, 03:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Is this the best source, yes or no? I think we have to find a consensus between us to choose which is the best. All the Gypsy Eye releases sound heavily remastered and not natural at all and it seems to me that the best sources should be chosen between all the unremastered sources or at least not ruined recordings as this one.

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Posted: 14 Jan 08, 18:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks for sharing !
A dream came true, Queen sang a Buddy Holly song !

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Posted: 15 Jan 08, 22:00 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I agree with SIR GH about the sound quality. But there are some jewels there in what is otherwise a weak concert. Their performance of Bohemian is absolutely amazing. It's blistering and Taylor and Freddie are on fire. I wrote that elsewhere, but the grand finale is just off the wall in terms of skill. That "ooooooh baby...." we all feel the need to shout sometimes, it executed by Mercury flawlessly. He stretches the note much longer than usual, the note keeps its color, timbre and pitch throughtout its whole duration and, what's really interesting, Freddie not only sings it probably a seminote higher than in the studio recording but with much more power and SMOOTHLY. Believe me, there's NO VIBRATO during the whole finale. There's not any sign of vibrato, to be precise. It's quite a feat because, you know, taking such a long note so high without vibrato and with such resonance...he goes for it, definetely.

My favorite song, Under Pressure, is ok right up to the final verses. From then on it gets magical because Taylor's voice is so well tuned and he hits the right note so squarely that he takes Freddie together with him and, surprise, they manage to sing the whole thing much closer to the studio recording than in the official release of the Montreal gig with all the DTS and stuff.


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Posted: 24 Jan 08, 15:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

is this the 16th or the 10th as in the description ..the d.l. says 16th desc. is the 10th .. ?
Thank you for the d.l. but i already had the 16 but not the 10 . :)

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Posted: 24 Jan 08, 16:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

theyodaddy wrote:

is this the 16th or the 10th as in the description ..the d.l. says 16th desc. is the 10th .. ?
Thank you for the d.l. but i already had the 16 but not the 10 . :)


It's the 10th - on the 16th they were in Zurich...

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Posted: 10 Jan 09, 09:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



Wow!



thanks!



I hope, someone could seed this very rare show!




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Posted: 11 Jan 09, 15:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



Yara wrote:

I agree with SIR GH about the sound quality. But there are some jewels there in what is otherwise a weak concert. Their performance of Bohemian is absolutely amazing. It's blistering and Taylor and Freddie are on fire. I wrote that elsewhere, but the grand finale is just off the wall in terms of skill. That "ooooooh baby...." we all feel the need to shout sometimes, it executed by Mercury flawlessly. He stretches the note much longer than usual, the note keeps its color, timbre and pitch throughtout its whole duration and, what's really interesting, Freddie not only sings it probably a seminote higher than in the studio recording but with much more power and SMOOTHLY. Believe me, there's NO VIBRATO during the whole finale. There's not any sign of vibrato, to be precise. It's quite a feat because, you know, taking such a long note so high without vibrato and with such resonance...he goes for it, definetely.

 



My favorite song, Under Pressure, is ok right up to the final verses. From then on it gets magical because Taylor's voice is so well tuned and he hits the right note so squarely that he takes Freddie together with him and, surprise, they manage to sing the whole thing much closer to the studio recording than in the official release of the Montreal gig with all the DTS and stuff.


I agree, not a great show. But I also enjoy the average ones, they're interesting to listen to. Brian also plays a great solo in Liar here. And the bit before 'Save me' is pure Mercury, I love his comment:-)

Freddie was bit rough during the first few Hot Space shows, the same thing happened in Europe'80. In shows like Leiden or Paris he wouldn't be as strong yet as London and Brussels in december.








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Posted: 13 Jan 09, 22:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Please... any chance to seed?

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Posted: 02 Jul 09, 16:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

This just got upped on Dime.  I'm bumping this rather than start another thread in the event anyone wants to download it here.

Enjoy!