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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 07:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Last nights gig at the Albert Hall was Fantastic, Brian's Playing was back on top form, even though his memory is fading a bit, he's getting a bit forgetfull in his old age - bless him (he said that they never played "Hard Life" live & Have not played "Seven Seas of Rhye" live since 1973????? or words to that effect)

Queen Set:-

These are the Days of our Lives
Last Horizon
It's a Hard life
Seven Seas of Rhye
We Will Rock You

If anyone is interested in Trading I have the full concert in Lossless:-  here is a sample of the Queen set, please note that I have degraded the snippets to mp3 for trading purposes.

http://www.mediafire.com/?6o0gv0yn5tl1rmn


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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 09:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I can't resist posting this although I know it would offend people:

Just recently a few people have been putting up their collections for sharing and here is a tiny concert for trading !  You could at least offer it to those who have shared things here.

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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 10:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

tcc wrote: I can't resist posting this although I know it would offend people:

Just recently a few people have been putting up their collections for sharing and here is a tiny concert for trading !  You could at least offer it to those who have shared things here.
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This guy does share things here, and with tickets costing £175, I don't blame him for offering to trade his recording.
It might only be 15-20 minutes worth, but it's always possible that at least one of the songs will be cut for the TV broadcast - Last horizon probably.

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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 10:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Who's the singer on It's A Hard Life?


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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 11:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

tcc wrote: I can't resist posting this although I know it would offend people:

Just recently a few people have been putting up their collections for sharing and here is a tiny concert for trading !  You could at least offer it to those who have shared things here.

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Actually you do offend me!!!  Who's recording was Manchester 2008 recently shared here MINE!!!!! who's was the 2nd London 02 2008 gig shared here recently MINE!!!!! who's was the Wembley 2008 Gig shared here recently MINE!!!!!  The latter 2 were only posted here by PiotreQ after he emailed me & saved me my band width on uploading them myself.... so don't be so bloody ungrateful. (those 3 recordings up untill recently were only within the trading circles & I let them be shared here, for free without trading)   

People on here trade concerts also, not just leach!!!!

so again, if anybody wants to TRADE me for this recording please drop me a line.


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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 11:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sir GH wrote: Who's the singer on It's A Hard Life?

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Tom Chaplin, the lead vocalist with the band Keane.   He actually made a good job of singing it!


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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 11:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sounds like !  Keane is a great band.

Thanks for the info.

To TCC - 99 times out of 100 I'd agree with you, but this guy is the taper, so he can do what he wants with it.

We need to make sure that our love for music doesn't become a sense of entitlement.


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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 11:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Do we trade or share on Queenzone? :-)


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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 12:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sooner or later the whole performance will be available on tv. I don't think they will cut it. I hope. And I agree with TCC.

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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 16:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks for the snippets! :-)

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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 16:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

please friend, can you upload the whole show? it's amazing!! thanks for the snippers


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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 19:19 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

IAHL thrilling rendition. The link was shared in the General Discussion Forum by Thomas Tønnesen . Kudos for him.
http://vimeo.com/16964055

Cheers,

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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 20:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Great vocals on IAHL! I'm honestly surprised (but pleasantly so) to see that and SSOR in the setlist instead of the usual mainstream numbers we got on the Q+PR tours.


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Posted: 18 Nov 10, 20:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

WOW!Really great performance of this song. Tom Chaplin did great job . He sounds a little like Freddie at some moments and it sends hivers down my spine. Can't wait to see the performance on tv. Thanks for sharink the link.

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Posted: 19 Nov 10, 01:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks for sharing!


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Posted: 19 Nov 10, 03:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Dear A Word In Your Ear,

please don't feel offended anymore. I'm sure the people of Queenzone know what they have with you as a member of this communtiy. You made this month with sharing 3 new recordings (at least for me) and there'll we be nothing more then enough satisfaction in many collerctor's houses.

I think the problem is, that most of the people here have no idea what they can offer for trade, because of their unique collection (mine included).

Perhaps you'll get a new recording for your collection ( I hope so) and that'll bring you up a little bit more to the top of the mountain.

I hope (and I'm quiet sure) you had a great evening while listening to these pearls from the past. Enjoy your memories and take care so far

Thanks
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@ SirGH: Yes, you should listen to the catalogue of Keane. They are amazing I think.

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Posted: 19 Nov 10, 04:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Queenman!! wrote: Do we trade or share on Queenzone? :-)

3% share,  87% Leach  & the further 10% just moan!!!!  lol!!!!

No to be honest, I'm up for everybody sharing everything!!!  But back on earth in the real world, that just does not happen. So as a Queen collector who has most of everything that is out there, the only way to further my collection is to trade!!!   The 3 Q+PR  recordings of mine that I just made available if you notice were put up here on Queenzone exactly on the 2 years aniversary of the concerts themselves, now I could have shared them 2 years ago, But!!!! I would not have been able to expand my collection if I did without trading, so you get my point.

Now, yes the Albert Hall event is going to be broadcast on sky later & it may or may not be edited, but my recording is still valuble as a trading tool to all the die hard Queen fans.

The other thing is, it's not just the 15 minute Queen set, but the complete concert, including the standing ovation for Prince charles, followed by Dame Edna Everage,at the begining of the night, right up until Brian May, Gives 3 cheers for Prince Charles at the end, "hip hip horay" ect. The recording is on 2 Discs & is Lossless. 

I must point out, that I did not put up the snippets on here as a way of rubbing people's (& newbies included) noes in it, just that most people visit the announce forum & miss out the other forums.

no hard feelings to people who don't have anything to offer & I know it could be quite frustrating knowing recordings are out there & have no means to get at them, but please don't bad mouth me, just for me wanting to expand my collection.


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Posted: 19 Nov 10, 05:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

justys wrote: WOW!Really great performance of this song. Tom Chaplin did great job . He sounds a little like Freddie at some moments and it sends hivers down my spine. Can't wait to see the performance on tv. Thanks for sharink the link.

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I'de rather saw TOM on tour with Queen than Paul Rodgers. What a voice!! This is someone in my honest opinion who really ads something magic to the Queen songs. He's isn't affraid to uses his falsetto voice. This was also a big thing of Freddie. Can't blame Paul really for this. But to the more older songs of Queen you needs a singer who can do that aswell. Therefore Paul isn't the man.  Much more rawer and steady singer.

Well ... Queen+ Tom Chaplin 2011 tour?


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Posted: 19 Nov 10, 06:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

To Queenman:
I loved Tom Chaplin's performance. Really. But I hate your tour idea haha. For me the tour with Paul was wonderful because his interpretations of the songs were completely different than Freddie's and he has very different voice (which I also love) That's why it worked for me. I could go on about it but it's a different topic. Brian and Roger said many times they wouldn't go on tour with anybody who would try to copy Freddie. And as much as I loved Tom Chaplin performance on Rock Gala he really did copied Freddie in my opinion. I mean he was trying to sing the song like Freddie did it. And I'm glad he did because he really souned great and he has great voice. But still nothing comparing to Freddie's voice:) For one performance during charity concert it works for me. But imagine if they went on tour with him and he would sing every song like Freddie. For me it would be a disaster.  Besides they are legends and great musicans and he's just a young boy with a very good voice. With Paul they had something to offer. He is legend in the music business and he has many great songs which they could perform and it worked great.  And they could record new album with him etc. But even with Paul they still didn't include him under the name Queen. It was always + which indicated the difference. And now imagine old Brian and Roger (they aren't that old I know:) )with young boy running around the stage and being a poor copy of Freddie. And the name of the band...Queen + Tom Chaplin....I hope I will never see something like this.

Anyway back to the topic. The performance was great.Now  I'm curious about Seven Seas of Rhye...

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Posted: 19 Nov 10, 07:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

justys wrote: To Queenman:
I loved Tom Chaplin's performance. Really. But I hate your tour idea haha. For me the tour with Paul was wonderful because his interpretations of the songs were completely different than Freddie's and he has very different voice (which I also love) That's why it worked for me. I could go on about it but it's a different topic. Brian and Roger said many times they wouldn't go on tour with anybody who would try to copy Freddie. And as much as I loved Tom Chaplin performance on Rock Gala he really did copied Freddie in my opinion. I mean he was trying to sing the song like Freddie did it. And I'm glad he did because he really souned great and he has great voice. But still nothing comparing to Freddie's voice:) For one performance during charity concert it works for me. But imagine if they went on tour with him and he would sing every song like Freddie. For me it would be a disaster.  Besides they are legends and great musicans and he's just a young boy with a very good voice. With Paul they had something to offer. He is legend in the music business and he has many great songs which they could perform and it worked great.  And they could record new album with him etc. But even with Paul they still didn't include him under the name Queen. It was always + which indicated the difference. And now imagine old Brian and Roger (they aren't that old I know:) )with young boy running around the stage and being a poor copy of Freddie. And the name of the band...Queen + Tom Chaplin....I hope I will never see something like this.

Anyway back to the topic. The performance was great.Now  I'm curious about Seven Seas of Rhye...

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Hey Justys,

That Queen+TomChaplin 2011 tour was really Tongue-in-Cheek.
I'm not saying Tom  should sang /sung everything the same as Freddie. Maybe he was ask by Brian and Roger to sing like that way beause Tom stated he put the same things in his work with Keane (falsetto singing and a very big range) Therefore he was the man to nail this song. Remember most of the songs sung by Freddie were written and composed to the man's voice. To my opinion there are  trademarks in a Queensong that made a song big. For me Paul wasn't  the right man to deliver magic to a Queensong. He is just a goog singer with a bluesy voice and thefore we got to see Queen + Paul Rodgers perform a setlist with less seventies numbers.

So...

Tom don't has to run around in a leotard, making overdone gestures etc. and sing the songs like Freddie did. I'm saying Tom has the benifit of a good Falsetto voice and large range which suit Queensongs very very well and do them justice and they don't have to be sung a whole key lower as Paul used to do. For example Jeff Scott Soto gives Queensongs also a special load without imitating Freddie.


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