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Posted: 05 Sep 09, 04:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ok, it's only 35 seconds with a copyright but this is a great document to see

According to Queen Live.ca :


A three-minute silent 8mm video of one of these two shows exists - the
oldest known US live footage of the band. The filmer (bassist Ivan
Kral, best known for playing with Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, and Blondie)
uploaded a portion of it to YouTube in September '09. In his words: "I
saw them open for Mott the Hoople [in 1974]. By this second tour, they
had the air of superstars. Brian May - super nice, talented, great
clothes. John and I discussed the perils of bass strings. Though
Freddie's confident strutting commanded attention, Roger's hair was the
talk of the town."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i27ORoyjeDU

I Hope the 3 minutes video comming soon here !


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Posted: 05 Sep 09, 10:44 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks!



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Posted: 05 Sep 09, 11:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Here's a rip, using keepvid.com: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=NVBD41XB

Zone96 - Perhaps you could amend the quote from my website, as I have changed it a bit (including a grammatical correction).



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Posted: 05 Sep 09, 13:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ok no problem for the quote, someone can put out the copyrights on the video


Sorry for the english


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Posted: 05 Sep 09, 16:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thank You very much!!!

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Posted: 05 Sep 09, 20:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hey Bob, can you work out which song the footage is from?

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Posted: 05 Sep 09, 23:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It's the instrumental section of Father To Son.  At about 10 seconds, Brian is seen playing the E, F# and G power chords, and then a D.



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Posted: 06 Sep 09, 04:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

A bit of additional info. I contacted him because he's also Czech (although he moved to USA when Russia occupied our country). He's not sure about the date or venue (we told him it must be Avery Fisher Hall) and he says he recorded about 3 minutes and the 35 seconds on youtube are "best of". For some reason he doesn't want to share the complete footage though.

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Posted: 06 Sep 09, 05:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote




Sir GH wrote:

It's the instrumental section of Father To Son.  At about 10 seconds, Brian is seen playing the E, F# and G power chords, and then a D.

Bob, for this particular concert you included a quote made by John concerning March of the Black Queen. It suggests they rehearsed the entire song, rather than a small portion. Is this correct?

Would be great if a full song rehearsal emerges one day. Whether they recorded such is beyond my knowledge.








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Posted: 06 Sep 09, 05:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



Mr. Scully wrote:

A bit of additional info. I contacted him because he's also Czech (although he moved to USA when Russia occupied our country). He's not sure about the date or venue (we told him it must be Avery Fisher Hall) and he says he recorded about 3 minutes and the 35 seconds on youtube are "best of". For some reason he doesn't want to share the complete footage though.


Nasty old punk :)




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Posted: 06 Sep 09, 11:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thank you very much!!

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Posted: 06 Sep 09, 13:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote







Rick wrote:



Bob, for this particular concert you included a quote made by John concerning March of the Black Queen. It suggests they rehearsed the entire song, rather than a small portion. Is this correct?


Sounds like it.  Or at least, a longer portion of it.

Btw, I moved that quote to the first date of 1975, as the New York listing was getting a bit cluttered.



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Posted: 06 Sep 09, 22:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote




Mr. Scully wrote:

A bit of additional info. I contacted him because he's also Czech (although he moved to USA when Russia occupied our country). He's not sure about the date or venue (we told him it must be Avery Fisher Hall) and he says he recorded about 3 minutes and the 35 seconds on youtube are "best of". For some reason he doesn't want to share the complete footage though.

Oh my god! You mean there's more? Would he consider selling it? I know one of the major communities of
Genesis traders banded together a number of years ago to buy a 16mm copy of a Gabriel-era Genesis show.
Can you check to see if he's even interested?