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The Loser In The End user not visiting Queenzone.com
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Posted: 07 Aug 08, 01:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sraight from Dime, uploaded on Gigasize:
http://www.gigasize.com/get.php?d=lhkqxwpntwd

QUEEN
Date: 27.11.1973
Live Town Hall, Birmingham, England (Supporting Mott the Hoople)

Source: Audience
Lineage: Trade (?? First Procession Bootleg > (unknown) > CDR > WAV > FLAC 8 ??)
Quality: Very good
Size: 127 Mb


Setlist:

01 Procession
02 Father To Son
03 Son And Daughter
04 Ogre Battle
05 Hangman
06 Keep yourself alive (cut)

Comment on www.queenconcerts.com : "Surprisingly good quality (pity the concert itself is incomplete). Great version of Hangman. During the ending of Ogre Battle Brian played a short piece of Voodoo Chile which Freddie commented "yes, lovely"."




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Posted: 07 Aug 08, 15:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

a little bit of imformation on this download..the guy who originally recorded this show his nickname was the riff and he used to sometimes add his own guitar riffs onto shows he recorded hence where he got his nickname from...and there is a full version of this gig around.....belive me or not i don't care...i have it on a c60 tdk cassette somewhere in my collection direct from the original recording...those of you who remember me as andy1962 will know i have a nice collection from my old anounces

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Posted: 07 Aug 08, 15:55 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

fredcury merdie wrote:

a little bit of imformation on this download..the guy who originally recorded this show his nickname was the riff and he used to sometimes add his own guitar riffs onto shows he recorded hence where he got his nickname from...and there is a full version of this gig around.....belive me or not i don't care...i have it on a c60 tdk cassette somewhere in my collection direct from the original recording

I'm crazy but I believe you.
Would you mind to share it or to trade it for something ?