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Posted: 21 Jun 08, 22:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hello Everybody... can anyone giveme a list of all the queen bootlegs that are from soundboard recordings, doesnt matter the quality... please...

thanks...

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Posted: 22 Jun 08, 05:45 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Good question. Does anybody have such a list ?

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Posted: 22 Jun 08, 10:44 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

At least:

1973.09.13 London
1974.03.31 London
1974.11.19/20 London
1975.12.24 London
1977.01.23 Richfield
1977.06.06/07 London
1977.12.11 Houston
1981.02.28 Buenos Aires
1981.03.08 Buenos Aires
1981.03.20 Sao Paulo
1985.01.12/19 Rio
1985.05.11 Tokyo
1986.06.21 Mannheim
1986.07.12 London
1986.07.27 Budapest

but I certainly miss some gigs

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Posted: 22 Jun 08, 13:55 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

victor fleitas wrote:

can anyone giveme a list of all the queen bootlegs that are from soundboard recordings, doesnt matter the quality...


Surely the point of soundboard recordings - IS the quality?


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Posted: 22 Jun 08, 14:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

John, I see you posting here and I have question: Do you own the transcription disc of the Hyde Park 1976 show? Which Capitol Radio broadcast at the time? Just really curious.

Oh well, it quite suits the topic, doesn't it? ;-)


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Posted: 22 Jun 08, 15:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Is Chicago 1978 a soundboarding record?

miss to add Hyde Park and Live Aid.
Hammersmith 79 too.


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Posted: 22 Jun 08, 15:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Bo Alex wrote:

Is Chicago 1978 a soundboarding record?

miss to add Hyde Park and Live Aid.
Hammersmith 79 too.


No nor is Chicago 1980. Both are excellent audience recordings.


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Posted: 22 Jun 08, 16:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Rick wrote:

John, I see you posting here and I have question: Do you own the transcription disc of the Hyde Park 1976 show? Which Capitol Radio broadcast at the time? Just really curious.


No; I do not. Furthermore, I do not know anyone who has.
I have tried to track down one of these for over 30 years, and I have never come across one.
I think this is one of those urban myths that has been allowed to grow over the years.

I certainly know 'Capitol' insiders - and they assure me that it was NEVER transcribed onto disc, - and they do not know where this rumour began either.

So apart from reading about this 'Holy Grail', I have never found anyone who could confirm its existence.


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Posted: 22 Jun 08, 17:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks for your reply.

In 2005 Planet Rock (online radio station), wanted to broadcast Hyde Park too, from the original mastertapes (those were given by the band). It never happened. I mailed them about this, but they never replied.

Strange, strange, strange...


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