We aretrying out best to seed more shows, the tracker is making it difficult, I have tried 50+ times a day for the last 4 days to connect to it, and finally got connected for 30 seconds tonight and got a .torrent file uploaded. Hopefully this will only last until September until Richard is back. Then we will be full steam ahead.
But Mystery man back with another Early Queen show...
Queen Sweet Rhapsody
Title: Sweet Rhapsody
Date: November 26th 1975 (Afternoon Show)
Venue: Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK
Size: 515 MB
Source: CDR --> EAC --> FLAC Level 8
1. Bohemian Rhapsody Intro
2. Ogre Battle
3. Sweet Lady
4. White Queen (As It Began)
5. Flick Of The Wrist
6. Bohemian Rhapsody
7. Killer Queen
8. The March Of The Black Queen
9. Bohemian Rhapsody (Reprise)
10. Bring Back That Leroy Brown
11. Brighton Rock
12. Son & Daughter
1. The Prophet's Song
2. Stone Cold Crazy
3. Doing Allright
4. Keep Yourself Alive
5. Seven Seas Of Rhye
7. Now I'm Here
8. Jailhouse Rock
9. God Save The Queen
No Artwork included
Nice sounding show from an afternoon in Manchester in 1975.
Queen also played a show in the evening the same day. As I
said it has very good soundquality so it's very enjoyable
to listen. It's also nice that this is a complete show.
Taken from: http://plengelqueentrader.tripod.com
Nice performance from this concert in Manchester 1975. This
is the complete concert and the song In The lap Of The Gods
wasn't played at all but i'm not tottaly sure about that.
It comes from a 1st generation recording and the soundquality
is almost Excellent so that is pretty amazing for such an
old recording. Very clear and stable sound.
Taken from: http://queenbootlegs.tripod.com
From a first generation tape, a great (and pitch-corrected)
recording of this 1975 show (the afternoon show, as they
played two that day), with a very warm atmosphere. This is
one of Brian's greatest Brighton Rock solos I've ever heard.
There are some great moments in this show, and I really
recommend it! Things like John's great bass work in White
Queen. But overall, the band's ultimate tightness in the
early days just shines through this recording. In The Lap
Of The Gods... Revisited is missing. People have speculated
that they didn't play the song, but that's just ridiculous.
That song was the staple of their early sets, and they wouldn't
dream of not playing it before they could close with We Are
The Champions by late 1977. I'm still not sure if the song was
actually recorded, or if it's in the hands of a hoarder.
Taken from: http://www.geocities.com/qzboots