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Posted: 22 May 11, 15:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

There are plenty!  Not too difficult to do some research, y'know.


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Posted: 23 May 11, 02:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I wish there were more radio broadcasts of Queen, like the Mannheim 1986 show. This recording has a nice balance between instruments and audience. Most soundboard recordings sound 'dry' and have no live feeling at all. It strikes me somehow that there are no radio broadcasts known from the period 77-82.


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Posted: 23 May 11, 07:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Rick wrote: I wish there were more radio broadcasts of Queen, like the Mannheim 1986 show. This recording has a nice balance between instruments and audience. Most soundboard recordings sound 'dry' and have no live feeling at all. It strikes me somehow that there are no radio broadcasts known from the period 77-82.

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How so?  Did you forget about radio broadcasts of the South American shows in March and October of 1981? ;-)


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Posted: 23 May 11, 08:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Lostman wrote: Rick wrote: I wish there were more radio broadcasts of Queen, like the Mannheim 1986 show. This recording has a nice balance between instruments and audience. Most soundboard recordings sound 'dry' and have no live feeling at all. It strikes me somehow that there are no radio broadcasts known from the period 77-82.

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How so?  Did you forget about radio broadcasts of the South American shows in March and October of 1981? ;-)
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No, I didn't forget and yes I forgot to mention them :-)

Still, I was hoping for some more variety.


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Posted: 23 May 11, 09:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Rick wrote: 

No, I didn't forget and yes I forgot to mention them :-)

Still, I was hoping for some more variety.

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It would be great to hear soundboard recordings from 1979.  That year was full of awesome concerts.


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Posted: 23 May 11, 09:48 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Some excellent audience recordings will do as well. Maybe another Mr Peach recording shows up soon?


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