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Posted: 12 Jan 11, 13:34 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The full demo [to our knowledge] has just been released [or leaked] to the internet.
If this was possible, without the boxsets. Then what else is in store for us.
I felt it was evitable that anything more [after affairs and grand dame] would creep from the Queen archives so vastly.
So what's the next gem to see the light of the day. Hangman [studio demo], could be a great probabillity.
More Miracle demos and unheard of songs. Queen did state that they recorded about approximately 30 songs during those particular sessions. I think i'm going to start counting my chickens more often, and checking back in whenever I get the chance [every hour].


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Posted: 12 Jan 11, 15:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Kacoblin wrote: Hangman [studio demo], could be a great probabillity.

As far as we know, the only person who has the "Hangman" studio version (a very rare acetate) is a fellow Queenzoner, John S Stewart.  John is a favourite among us here, and has very kindly "donated" some great pieces to us in the past, most notably the complete BBC sessions in the best possible quality.  "Hangman" is one he says he'd like to keep for himself, and we should respectfully leave it at that.  It will never see the light of day, IMHO.


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Posted: 12 Jan 11, 18:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yes, I have read over that post mr. John S. Stuart made. I suppose we all guessed the full studio demo of "face it alone" existed already, it was just a matter of when "or" how it was going to make it's way to the public mass.
I say there's still a chance, that a acetate copy of Hangman exist. I know I may be going out on a limb suggesting this, so here it goes. How about we make this post sticky, and keep all connections open for insiders and outsiders to share any information [regarding Hangman or just a good role in the hay]. I'm just spitting in the wind here, their may be some doubts that this thread will hardly put a dent in vouching for new releases. It will probably barely clout at the idea. Many of you have taken a good stab in the dark at this, and some have succeeded and others to no avail. I'm most definitely not an ungrateful Queen fan, who doesn't take into consideration all that Freddie [and Queen as well] have given us. Brian many has persumably stated, on several occasions, that queen has a future. I haven't seen anything more than what [Greg brooks, David R. fuller, John S. Stuart to name a few] have given to the Queen community. Brian May wrote a sweet, melodic tribute to [both] Princess Diana and Freddie mercury. Queen put on the production of "We will rock you", and i'm not very fond of musical theatre. I love music and all of it's versatile theatricality. It just paint Queen in a very flattering picture.
So to make a long post, as short as human possible. I'm going to leave on this note. Keep the Queen engine fueled with inspiration and optimism. One of these days something spectacular will emerge.