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Posted: 30 Nov 13, 08:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Brian May
Hamilton, ON, Canada
Copps Coliseum
March 12, 1993


A show that took place literally down the street, but ten year old me wasn't aware of...

A friend recently told me that he and his pals left not long into Guns And Roses' set, as they just came to see Brian.


They probably encored with Hammer To Fall, but it seems like this was taped on a 60 minute cassette (the original running time was 58 minutes before speed correction). The recording sounds very good.

Dr. May, during the band intros: "On inimitable and always acceptable drums, Mr. Cozy Powell."


AUD > cassette (x) > WAV (GoldWave speed correction, tracks re-divided) > FLAC level 8


01) The Dark
02) Back To The Light
03) Driven By You
04) Tie Your Mother Down
05) Love Token
05) '39 intro / Too Much Love Will Kill You
06) Spike Edney keyboard solo
07) Now I'm Here
08) guitar solo / Chinese Torture
09) Resurrection / Cozy Powell drum solo / Bohemian Rhapsody rock section / Resurrection reprise
10) band intro
11) We Will Rock You (slow/fast)


http://www.embedupload.com/?d=74YLVNFWYX


Enjoy, and convert to lossy only for your own (ab)use.



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Posted: 30 Nov 13, 09:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thank you very very much! :)

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Posted: 30 Nov 13, 15:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks Sir for correcting the speed !


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Posted: 30 Nov 13, 16:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks Wizard, will grab this one :)

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Posted: 30 Nov 13, 16:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks very much! I was at this show. Too bad your friends left GnR were very good that night.

I remember the audience being really into Brian's show. My non-Queen friends were impressed. and a loooong wait for GnR.

On Paradise City someone threw something at Axl and he stopped singing and left the stage leaving Duff to take over vocals and end the show. Good times!

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Posted: 30 Nov 13, 23:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks Bob. Hamilton!!!! I have drove through it, on my way to Niagra Falls, from what I can remember there's a big gigantic Steelworks, hardly seems the place Brian would play, but nether the less, he did (not the steelworks that is, but the town).. but then again I am from the UK, so what do I know?


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Posted: 01 Dec 13, 09:49 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

A Word In Your Ear wrote:

Thanks Bob. Hamilton!!!! I have drove through it, on my way to Niagra Falls, from what I can remember there's a big gigantic Steelworks, hardly seems the place Brian would play, but nether the less, he did (not the steelworks that is, but the town).. but then again I am from the UK, so what do I know?


Yeah, that's what you see from the highway ... but it's actually a pretty big city (over 500,000 population) with a lot of arts, culture and diversity. The steel industry has been dying for years now, so it's trying to reinvent itself in the same way Pittsburgh and Glasgow have.


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Posted: 01 Dec 13, 12:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I was at this show...still have the shirt...I went to see Brian specifically ...and although I liked G n R they seemed to be going through the motions that night. Thanks for the up..brings back memories...

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Posted: 01 Dec 13, 15:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thank you very much!!

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Posted: 01 Dec 13, 16:45 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Real Wizard wrote:

A Word In Your Ear wrote:

Thanks Bob. Hamilton!!!! I have drove through it, on my way to Niagra Falls, from what I can remember there's a big gigantic Steelworks, hardly seems the place Brian would play, but nether the less, he did (not the steelworks that is, but the town).. but then again I am from the UK, so what do I know?


Yeah, that's what you see from the highway ... but it's actually a pretty big city (over 500,000 population) with a lot of arts, culture and diversity. The steel industry has been dying for years now, so it's trying to reinvent itself in the same way Pittsburgh and Glasgow have.


Just goes to show what people miss by not having a stop over. I mean I spent time in Toronto, Travelled to Niagra on the Lake & then Niagra Falls, but never even gave Hamilton a second thought..well, my loss... as you say, it is full of culture. :-(




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Posted: 22 Dec 13, 13:09 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thank you!