> Sorry Seb, you are slightly wrong.
> 2:42 - 39, probably from Budokan
No, it's not Budokan: both John and Roger are using Crazy Tour clothing (with the ties), the unused bass-drum logo's Roger's face (at Budokan it was the Jazz cover). As a matter of fact, it comes from Hammersmith '79: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4b8hnZRmYac
> 2:44 - Bring Back That Leroy Brown from Earls Court
> 2:47 - Keep Yourself Alive (or was it Liar ? ) from Houston
> 2:52 - Good Company from Budokan
First of all, they didn't play Good Company live. It's Dreamer's Ball, probably from Budokan indeed.
> 2:54 - Good Company from Budokan (?)
Ditto. As you can see in the left corner, John's using his regular bass on that one. So I wasn't slightly wrong.
> 2:59 - Bring Back That Leroy Brown from Hammersmith Odeon 75
3:10: '39 from Jazz/LK, see that Rog's playing tambourine AND drums at the same time (the hi-hats are being closed).
3:13: Dreamer's Ball. John's fretted bass is the giveaway.
So there you have it: I've been wrong many many many times in my life, but this is not one of them. Here's the Rog + John combinations:
Small kit + tambourine + fretless: '39 on the Jazz era
Small kit - tambourine + fretted: Dreamer's Ball
Bass-drum + tambourine + fretless: '39 on Races, News or Crazy
Bass-drum + tambourine + fretted: '39 on summer '76 or the Tribute
John hated Hot Space. Frederick's favourite singer was not Paul Rodgers. Roger didn't compose 'Innuendo.' Witness testimonies are often inaccurate. Scotland's not in England. 'Bo Rhap' hasn't got 180