Happy New Year to all queenzoners !
By a request from Bob, I decided to share this recording, as a New Year's gift for all of you.
This is an alternate source of Queen's first show in Japan.
Artist : Queen
Date : April 19, 1975
Venue : Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan
Line-up : Freddie Mercury (lead vocals, piano, tambourine),
Brian May (electric guitar, backing vocals, banjo),
Roger Taylor (drums, backing vocals),
John Deacon (bass guitar, triangle)
Source : AUD -> Master cassette (Columbia C120SP low noise cassette tape)
Transferred : Tape -> ? -> MiniDisc (Victor MD-80QX5)(ATRAC compression) -> Sony CMT-M333NT Micro System -> Yamaha Pocketrack W24 pocket recorder (recorded with '16bit/44.1kHz recording mode') -> Fujitsu FMV - BIBLO NF75W/V notebook computer -> WAV
Lineage : WAV -> Track Splitting (SoundEngine Free) -> FLAC level 8 (Trader's Little Helper) ->Tagging (SuperTagEditor)
Recorded and transferred (from tape to MiniDisc) by Quicksilver
Transferred (from MiniDisc to PC), track splitted, encoded and tagged by Masahiko
01. Procession [cut]
02. Now I'm Here
03. Ogre Battle
04. Father To Son
05. White Queen
06. Flick Of The Wrist
07. Doing All Right
08. In The Lap Of The Gods
09. Killer Queen
10. The March Of The Black Queen
11. Bring Back That Leroy Brown
12. Son And Daughter [tape flip]
Disc 2 :
01. Son And Daughter [continued]
02. Band Introduction
03. Keep Yourself Alive
04. Seven Seas Of Rhye
05. Stone Cold Crazy
07. In The Lap Of The Gods...Revisited
08. Call for an encore
09. Big Spender
10. Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll
11. Jailhouse Rock
12. Call for an encore
13. See What A Fool I've Been
14. God Save The Queen [cut] http://www.megaupload.com/?d=L8PXZ33A http://www.megaupload.com/?d=QWQ51H8V
Unfortunately, this is lossy.
I received this from a taper "Quicksilver" the year before last ago.
(His dual cassette deck was out of order...He had a MiniDisc deck barely, and he could sent to me a MiniDisc copy from his master cassete tape somehow.)
However this is enjoynable recording, and an unclear setlist of this concert became clear in "Live - A Beautiful Album" and "Great King Hangman" bootleg.
Again, I thank Mr.Quicksilver for this gem heartily.
None of this may have been possible it not for him.
And I hope all of you enjoy this and the complete recording of this concert is discovered sometime.
Good download and enjoy everyone ! :-)