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Band : Queen
Studio : Maida Vale Studio 4, London, UK
Date of recording : October 16, 1974
Date of broadcast : November 4, 1974 - Sound Of The Seventies
Producer : Jeff Griffin
Sound engineer : Mike Robinson
Freddie Mercury - vocals, piano
Brian May - guitar, backing vocals
John Deacon - bass guitar
Roger Taylor - drums, backing vocals, lead vocals on Tenement Funster
+ Bob Harris - host of the show
Now I'm Here
Stone Cold Crazy
Flick Of The Wrist
This share includes a very nice bonus - 2 instrumental tracks which were found on the analogue master, but were NOT played on radio
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Sound quality : Excellent (small level of hiss during the speeches)
"Performance quality" : Excellent
Length : 14:56
In a change of location, Queen booked into Maida Vale Studios to record their penultimate BBC session As the previous month had seen the conclusion of the recording sessions for the Sheer Heart Attack album, the band revisited four tracks from that work.
While the manic "Stone Cold Crazy" is only marginally different to the album version, Roger's vocal on "Tenement Funster" is more aggressive; though Freddie's delivery of "Now I'm Here" is less dynamic. The last-named's drum and bass guitar parts remain faithful to the standard version for the most part, though new guitar parts from Brian (which would later crop up in live shows) inject a welcomed element.
"Tenement Funster" here, though musically identical to the Sheer Heart Attack cut, is further evidence, if any were needed, that Roger's voice is rather more substantial than merely a backing harmony/vocals tool.
"Flick Of The Wrist" (the B-side to "Killer Queen") remains close to the Sheer Heart Attack version, but Freddie's voice sounds harsher than usual, perhaps hinting at the throat problems, which were to dog him throughout the 70s and 80s. The session was broadcast on November 4th, 1974, again on the Bob Harris show.
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1. NEVER try to "remaster" the recording and share it, KEEP THE AUDIO UNTOUCHED !
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This is a very special gift from a famous Queen collector, so if you want to see more from his collection, don't you dare to NOT to obey the above mentioned rules !
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Other BBC sessions will (maybe) follow later, it depends on your reactions and the reactions of a "certain company" :-)
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