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Posted: 07 Jun 11, 15:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hello everyone, the public television of my country, Spain, has made a special web site for the 40th anniversary.

It contains two well-known videos: Madrid 1979 (it is not complete) and TV especial for Freddie's death. I am sure this is the best quality available until now!!

In addition, there is a 45 minutes video from the 1975 Hammersmith show.

As said before, the gig from Madrid it is not complete, it has also been split into three parts (intro & interview, We Are The Champions and We will Rock You)

Anybody knows how to download it?


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Posted: 07 Jun 11, 15:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Now, the link: http://www.rtve.es/archivo/queen/

Regards from Spain!


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Posted: 09 Jun 11, 05:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Downloading!!!!

Install Download Helper (for Firefox) and go to the web and press the play button. It starts downloading the video and you'll see the icon of the Download Helper application rolling. Press it and press again on the .flv video. Set the folder you want the video to be downloaded to and there you have it.

Gracias por el enlace, me estoy bajando los dos videos.

Ya me los he bajado y las traducciones de Carlos Tena son cuanto menos... sorprendentes.


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Posted: 15 Jun 11, 09:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Many thanks for the download "tutorial" !!

Sí, desde luego que Carlos Tena tiene una tradución muy libre je je je pero en los 70 en España, ¿quien hablaba bien inglés?

Un saludo.


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