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Posted: 12 Apr 08, 05:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Is it possible to get a full version of Freddie singing this
It sounds Great in the Highlander film
But I have never heard a full version.

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Posted: 12 Apr 08, 08:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

i don't think the full version exists unfortunately


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Posted: 12 Apr 08, 08:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

No whole song is available, but there's a very good fan mix over the internet, If you like I try to re-find it.

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Posted: 12 Apr 08, 08:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

claudiox wrote:

No whole song is available, but there's a very good fan mix over the internet, If you like I try to re-find it.


I think you are getting mixed up with "New York" (from the Freddie box set - remixed by Smash http://www.mash-ups.co.uk/ ) which is a completely different song and "New York, New York" - the old song made famous by Frank Sinatra which Freddie sings in the film. The complete version of the latter one doesnt exist.


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Posted: 12 Apr 08, 08:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ahh
Thanks for that Guys
I thought that may be the case.

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Posted: 13 Apr 08, 03:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=FF9900>Mr Mercury</font> wrote:

claudiox wrote:

No whole song is available, but there's a very good fan mix over the internet, If you like I try to re-find it.


I think you are getting mixed up with "New York" (from the Freddie box set - remixed by Smash http://www.mash-ups.co.uk/ ) which is a completely different song and "New York, New York" - the old song made famous by Frank Sinatra which Freddie sings in the film. The complete version of the latter one doesnt exist.


not at all.
I was talkin about the mix called "new your at least".
I'm looking for it.
bye

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Posted: 13 Apr 08, 18:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

claudiox wrote:

<font color=FF9900>Mr Mercury</font> wrote:

claudiox wrote:

No whole song is available, but there's a very good fan mix over the internet, If you like I try to re-find it.


I think you are getting mixed up with "New York" (from the Freddie box set - remixed by Smash http://www.mash-ups.co.uk/ ) which is a completely different song and "New York, New York" - the old song made famous by Frank Sinatra which Freddie sings in the film. The complete version of the latter one doesnt exist.


not at all.
I was talkin about the mix called "new your at least".
I'm looking for it.
bye


That is the same song. Smash used that and remixed it using bits of Brian on guitar (from Spread Your Wings) and a kind of techno beat with some Ga Ga style keyboards. Also he changed the name to New York At Last.

And since you asked for it heres the link

http://rapidshare.com/files/107278759/NY_at_Last.mp3.html


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