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

I didn't actually go to the trouble of burning these, but I had some time on my hands watching the Leafs beat the Habs for a second time yesterday, so I whipped up this list:

Disc 1

Keep Yourself Alive (De Lane Lea Demo, Dec. 1971)
The Night Comes Down (De Lane Lea Demo, Dec. 1971)
Great King Rat (De Lane Lea Demo, Dec. 1971)
Jesus (De Lane Lea Demo, Dec. 1971)
Liar (De Lane Lea Demo, Dec. 1971)
Polar Bear (Take 2, 1972)
Feelings (Demo, 1972)
Silver Salmon (Demo, 1972)
Mad The Swine (June, 1972)
I Can Hear Music (Larry Lurex, 1972)
Goin’ Back (Larry Lurex, 1972)
My Fairy King (BBC Session #1, Feb. 5th, 1973)
Doin’ Alright (BBC Session #1, Feb. 5th, 1973)
See What A Fool I’ve Been (BBC Session #2, July 25th, 1973) (2011 Remix)
Rock And Roll Medley (Live, 1973)
Hangman (Live At Colston Hall, Sept. 29th, 1973)
The March Of The Black Queen (Deep Cuts Version, August 1973)
Funny How Love Is (Japanese 3” CD Single Version, August 1973)

Disc 2
The Seven Seas Of Rhye (Instrumental Mix 2011, August 1973)
Ogre Battle (BBC Session #3, Dec. 3rd, 1973)
Son And Daughter (BBC Session #3, Dec. 3rd, 1973)
Procession + Father To Son (Live At The Rainbow, March 31st, 1974)
Modern Times Rock ‘N’ Roll (BBC Session #4, April 4th, 1974)
Nevermore (BBC Session #4, April 4th, 1974)
White Queen (As It Began) (BBC Session #4, April 4th, 1974)
Tenement Funster (Japanese 3” CD EP Version, Summer 1974)
Flick Of The Wrist (Dutch 7” Single Version, Summer 1974)
Lily Of The Valley (US 7” Single Version, Summer 1974)
God Save The Queen (US 7” Single Version, October 27th, 1974)
Now I’m Here (Live At The Rainbow, Nov. 19th, 1974)
In The Lap Of The Gods (Live At The Rainbow, Nov. 19th, 1974)
Stone Cold Crazy (Live At The Rainbow, Nov. 19th, 1974)
Keep Yourself Alive (Long Lost Re-take, June 1975)
Death On Two Legs (Dedicated To… (The eYe Instrumental Mix, Aug. – Nov., 1975)
I’m In Love With My Car (Guitar & Vocal Mix, Aug. – Oct., 1975)
You’re My Best Friend (Backing Track Mix, Aug. – Nov., 1975)
The Prophet’s Song (DVD-A Mix, Aug. – Nov., 1975)
Bohemian Rhapsody (Karaoke Mix, Aug. – Oct., 1975)

Disc 3
The Man From Manhattan (Eddie Howell & Freddie Mercury [with Brian May] Aug – Nov., 1975)
Bring Back That Leroy Brown (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon, Dec. 25th,1975) 
In The Lap Of The Gods…Revisited (Live At The Hammersmith Odeon, Dec. 25th,1975)
Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon (Live In Tokyo, March 22nd, 1976)
Sweet Lady (Live At Hyde Park, Sept. 18th, 1976)
You Take My Breath Away (Live At Hyde Park, Sept. 18th, 1976)
A Day At The Races Fanfare (The eYe Edit, July – Nov., 1976)
Tie Your Mother Down (Backing Track Mix, July – Nov., 1976)
Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together) (High Definition Mix, July – Nov., 1976)
Killer Queen (Live At Earl’s Court, June 6th, 1977)
’39 (Live At Earl’s Court, June 7th, 1977) [Corrected date]
Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy (Top Of The Pops, July 16th, 1977)
I Wanna Testify (Roger Taylor, July 1977)
Turn On The TV (Roger Taylor, July 1977)
Feelings Feelings (Take 10, July 1977)
Fight From The Inside (The eYe Instrumental Mix, July – Sept., 1977)
Get Down Make Love (The eYe Instrumental Mix, July – Sept., 1977)
Spread Your Wings (BBC Session #6, October 28th, 1977)
It’s Late (BBC Session #6, October 28th, 1977)
My Melancholy Blues (BBC Session #6, October 28th, 1977)
We Will Rock You (BBC Session #6, October 28th, 1977)
We Are The Champions (Top Of The Pops, 1977)
White Man (Live At The Summit, Dec. 11th, 1977)

Disc 4
The Millionare Waltz (Live At The Summit, Dec. 11th, 1977)
Dreamer’s Ball (Acoustic Take, August 1978)
Don’t Stop Me Now (With Long-Lost Guitars, July – Oct., 1978)
Jealousy (With Re-instated Bass Drum, July – Oct., 1978)
Bicycle Race (Backing Track, July – Oct., 1978)
Fat Bottomed Girls (Single Version, July – Oct., 1978)
More Of That Jazz (The eYe Mix, July – Oct., 1978)
Sheer Heart Attack (Live In Paris, Feb. 28th, 1979)
Let Me Entertain You (Live In Tokyo, April 25th, 1979)
Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Karaoke Mix, June – July, 1979)
Sail Away Sweet Sister (Take 1 With Guide Vocal, June – July, 1979)
Coming Soon (DVD-A Mix With Alternate Backing Track, June – July, 1979)
Save Me (Single Mix, June – July, 1979)
Football Fight (Early Version, Feb. 1980)
Play The Game (Karaoke Mix, Feb. – May, 1980)
A Human Body (Feb. – May, 1980)
The Kiss (Early Version, March, 1980)
Dragon Attack (Instrumental Remix, Feb. – May, 1980)
It’s A Beautiful Day (Original Spontaneous Idea, April, 1980)
How Come You’re So Dumb (Hilary Hilary & Roger Taylor, 1980)
Rich Kid Blues (Hilary Hilary & Roger Taylor, 1980)
The Hero (Oct., 1980…Revisited)
Flash (Alternate Promo Video Version, 1980)
Cool Cat (with David Bowie, 1981)
Soul Brother (1981)

Disc 5
Feel Like (Demo, 1981)
Staying Power (Demo, Dec. 1981– March, 1982)
Back Chat (Demo, Dec. 1981 – March, 1982)
Action This Day (Demo, Dec. 1981 – March, 1982)
Life Is Real (Demo, Dec. 1981 – March, 1982)
Las Palabras De Amor (Demo. Dec. 1981 – March, 1982)
My Boy (Brian May, Dec. 1981 – March, 1982)
Calling All Girls (Live At Seibu Stadium, Nov. 3rd, 1982)
Body Language (Susan Rodgers Remix, 1991)
Keep Passing The Open Windows (Demo, Aug., 1983 – Jan. 1984)
I Go Crazy (Aug., 1983 – Jan. 1984)
Radio Ga Ga (Instrumental, Aug., 1983 – Jan. 1984)
Machines (Instrumental, Aug. 1983 – Jan. 1984)
Love Kills (Aug., 1983 – Jan. 1984) (Freddie Mercury with Brian May & Roger Taylor)
I Want To Break Free (Special Single Version Edit, Aug., 1983 – Jan. 1984)
Hammer To Fall (Brian Malouf Mix, Aug., 1983 - Jan. 1984, Remixed 1992)
Man On The Prowl (Extended Version, Aug., 1983 – Jan. 1984)
Thank God It’s Christmas (Hollywood Records Version, Summer, 1984)

Disc 6
Rock In Rio Blues (Live In Rio, January, 1985)
It’s A Hard Life (Live In Rio, January, 1985)
Is This The World We Created…? (Live In Rio, January, 1985)
Love Of My Life (Live At Rio, January, 1985)
A Kind Of Vision (Demo, August, 1985)
You’re The Only One (Demo, 1985)
Coming On Much Too Strong (Demo, 1985)
A Kind Of Magic (Highlander Version, Summer, 1985 – Early, 1986)
One Vision (US Promo Edit, September, 1985)
Blurred Vision (September, 1985)
A Dozen Red Roses For My Darling (Summer, 1985 – Early, 1986)
Who Wants To Live Forever (Single Version, Summer, 1985 – Early, 1986)
Gimme The Prize (Instrumental Remix for The eYe, Summer, 1985 – Early 1986, Remixed 1997)
Princes Of The Universe (The eYe Instrumental Excerpt, Summer, 1985 – Early 1986, Remixed 1997)
Forever (Summer, 1985 – Early, 1986)
One Year Of Love (Promo Edit, January, 1986)
Pain Is So Close To Pleasure (US 7” Mix, 1986)
A Kind Of ‘A Kind Of Magic’ (1986)
Friends Will Be Friends Will Be Friends (1986)
Don’t Lose Your Head (The eYe Instrumental Excerpt, 1986, Remixed 1997)
Tear It Up (Live In Mannheim, June 21st, 1986)
Tutti Frutti (Live At Wembley ’86 Edit)

Disc 7
Tavask Szel Vizet Araset (Live In Budapest, July 27, 1986)
Under Pressure (Knebworth Mix, Aug. 9th, 1986)
Heaven For Everyone  (The Cross + Freddie Mercury) (June – Sept., 1987)
Too Much Love Will Kill You (Demo – Brian May duet with Elizabeth Lamers, 1988)
Dog With A Bone (Mid – Late 1988)
The Invisible Man (Early Version with Guide Vocal, August, 1988)
Stealin’ (Demo, Mid – Late 1988)
Hijack My Heart (Demo, Mid – Late 1988)
The Miracle Demos Medley (Mid – Late 1988)
Party (The eYe Instrumental Remix, Mid – Late 1988)
Khashoggi’s Ship (Deep Cuts Vol. 3 Version, Mid – Late 1988)
The Miracle (Karaoke Mix, Mid – Late 1988)
Breakthru (The Now Edit, Mid – Late 1988)
Scandal (12” Mix, Mid – Late 1988)
My Life Has Been Saved (Single Version, Mid – Late 1988)
Was It All Worth It (The eYe Instrumental Excerpt, Mid – Late 1988)

Disc 8
Hang On In There (Mid – Late 1988)
Chinese Torture (Mid – Late 1988)
Self Made Man (Demo, Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)
My Secret Fantasy (Demo, Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)


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

Robbery (Demo, Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)
Ride The Wild Wind (Early Version with Guide Vocal, Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)
Delilah (Demo, Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)
Innuendo (Explosive Version, Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)
I’m Going Slightly Mad (Mad Mix, Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)
Headlong (Embryo with Guide Vocal, Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)
I Can’t Live With You (Malouf Mix, Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)
All God’s People (LP Edit, Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)
These Are The Days Of Our Live (Karaoke Mix, Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)
The Hitman (The eYe Instrumentals 1 & 2, Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)
The Show Must Go On (Karaoke Mix, Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)
Lost Opportunity (Nov. 1989 – Nov. 1990)
All The Young Dudes (with David Bowie, Ian Hunter & Mick Ronson, April 20th, 1992)
Somebody To Love (Promo Edit) (with George Michael, April 20th, 1992)
Old Friends (Roger Taylor, Sept. 15th, 1994)

Disc 9
Made In Heaven (The eYe Instrumental, 1994 – 1995)
Let Me Live (Promo Version, 1983, 1994 – 1995)
Mother Love (The eYe Instrumental, 1994 – 1995)
I Was Born To Love You (LP Edit, 1984, 1994 – 1995)
You Don’t Fool Me (French Single Edit, 1991, 1994 – 1995)
A Winter’s Tale (Cozy Fireside Mix, 1991, 1994 – 1995)
It’s A Beautiful Day (Reprise, LP Edit, 1980, 1994 – 1995)
No One But You (Only The Good Die Young) (Autumn 1997)
Earth (Tim Staffell, Brian May & Morgan Fisher, April 2nd, 2003)
The Invincible Hope (Spring 2003)
Amandla (with Anastacia & Dave Stewart, Spring 2003)
46664 – The Call (Radio Mix) (Spring 2003)
Say It’s Not True (with Dave Stewart, Nov. 29th, 2003)
Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime (with Zucchero & Sharon Corr, Nov. 29th, 2003)
Can’t Get Enough (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Live in Madrid, April 1st, 2005)
A Little Bit Of Love (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Live in Barcelona, April 2nd, 2005)
Last Horizon (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Live in Rome, April 4th, 2005)
Seagull (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Single Version, Live in Rome, April 4th, 2005)

Disc 10
Wishing Well (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Live In Newcastle, May 3rd, 2005)
Let There Be Drums (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Live In Newcastle, May 3rd, 2005)
Imagine (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Live at Hyde Park, July 16th, 2005)
Take Love (Queen + Paul Rogers, Live, Spring 2006)
Fire And Water (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Single Version, Live in Japan, Oct. 27th, 2005) 
Long Away (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Live in Japan, Nov. 3rd, 2005)
War Boys (A Prayer For Peace) (Paul Rodgers, Live In Glasgow, Oct. 13th, 2006)
Runaway (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Autumn 2006 – April 2008)
We Believe (Promo Edit, (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Autumn 2006 – April 2008)
C-Lebrity (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Al Murray’s Happy Hour, April 4th, 2008)
Shooting Star (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Live in Moscow, Sept. 15th, 2008)
Bad Company (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Live in Moscow, Sept. 16th, 2008)
[Brighton Rock] Guitar Solo + Bijou (Live In Paris, Sept. 24th, 2008)
Surf’s Up…School’s Out (Live In Paris, Sept. 24th, 2008)
All Right Now (Queen + Paul Rodgers, Live in Hannover, Oct. 4th, 2008)
Cosmos Rockin’ (Live In Hamburg, October 5th, 2008)
Voodoo (Live In Chile, Nov. 19th, 2008)
I Loved A Butterfly (Kerry Ellis + Brian May) (2008 – 2010)

You may wonder "Gee, why that song or version or track?" Basically, the answer is, because I felt like it. I tried to have one version of every known Queen track, including the overlapping Smile material and various related Solo works. The only doubles I felt justified were those that were significant deviations or evolved versions, like "Keep Yourself Alive." And I tried to keep them in chronological order as best I could.

Feel free to adapt or adjust as you see fit. I think it makes an interesting playlist when run in order.

[Correction: I had "Wishing Well" in there twice on Disc 10. Oops. I took the 2nd one out and swapped "Drums" from the 2005 Newcastle show Download]

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Great list!  I'm gonna try to make a playlist of these.

BTW:  Do you know what all these songs have in common?  They were all released after the last time the Leafs won the cup.  [img=/images/smiley/msn/teeth_smile.gif][/img]

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I have no illusions (delusions?) about the Maple Leafs, but this season, so far so good (knock on wood).

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The Leafs were 4-0 and people were practically planning the parade route.

They'll be 8-12 before you know it.


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Posted: 25 Oct 11, 01:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

As for the Queen-related parts of your post..

>Silver Salmon (Demo, 1972)
>Feelings (Demo, 1972)

These tracks are very likely from 1977.  Roger's News Of The World kit is heard, and Mercury's voice is more developed.  There really should be no debate on this, but unfortunately there still is.

>’39 (Live At Earl’s Court, June 6th, 1977)

Assuming you're referring to the bonus track on the latest ANATO remaster, it's from the second night, June 7.

Otherwise, great list you've assembled there.


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Sir GH wrote: As for the Queen-related parts of your post..

>Silver Salmon (Demo, 1972)
>Feelings (Demo, 1972)

These tracks are very likely from 1977.  Roger's News Of The World kit is heard, and Mercury's voice is more developed.  There really should be no debate on this, but unfortunately there still is.

>’39 (Live At Earl’s Court, June 6th, 1977)

Assuming you're referring to the bonus track on the latest ANATO remaster, it's from the second night, June 7.

Otherwise, great list you've assembled there.

I knew Silver Salmon would be discussed. Moving it to 1977 doesn't change the content any (everything would just shift up one track as it moves down). I freely admit I may be wrong assigning it to the Queen 1 era, but I can't yet bring myself to move it there. Call me stubborn.

And yes, thanks for the Earl's Court correction. 

And the Leafs lost tonight. :-(

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To be honset, if QPL would release this I would be very disappointed :(

As a playlist of known songs on your pc it's rather great!


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Dane wrote: To be honset, if QPL would release this I would be very disappointed :(

As a playlist of known songs on your pc it's rather great!

Correct, it wasn't meant as "QPL should've released this!," however, if they released something like it with more unreleased/unknown stuff, I would not complain. Substitute every live track with a demo of the same song, for example, though obviously not for songs they covered, and that would be a fine place to start compiling a definitive boxed set.

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Dane wrote: To be honset, if QPL would release this I would be very disappointed :(


If this would dissapoint you, just wait till you see what they actually DO release!