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Posted: 10 Oct 04, 19:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

In reply to the threads "Anybody have interviews of Queen in radio programs?", and "Unreleased Songs", I have just noticed that I have either damaged or corrupted a personal document entitled "Queen - post 2000".

Previously, I successfully saved to CD the following documents "Queen 1960s", "Queen 1970s", "Queen 1980s" & "Queen 1990s". I think the difference between the successful saves and the damaged disc - is that the corrupted disc is a CDRW. Should this make any difference?

Anyhow, would fellow 'zoners help me to reconstruct the ultimate "Queen -post 2000" catalogue?

The format I have used for the previous lists are;

Studio: (Queen, Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor, John Deacon, Collaborations, Soundtracks, Production, Unreleased, Radio/TV interviews)

Released Products: (All formats/versions - DVD, CD, 12", 7" etc)

Live: (Concerts, guest appearances etc)





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Posted: 10 Oct 04, 19:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I don't see why that would make a difference. It may be an error when it was burnt to the disc. I've noticed sometimes if you have other processes running on your computer or if you physically bump your computer during burning, files can become disrupted or corrupt.


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Posted: 11 Oct 04, 00:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

For Radio/TV Interviews, do you just want appearances in general or only if they performed something? I can't quite make out what your want in your list.




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Posted: 11 Oct 04, 06:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I would like a diary of everything. As for radio, it does not matter if they performed or not, but an interview would suffice.

I do not mean everytime a tarck has been played on the radio!


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Posted: 11 Oct 04, 11:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Have you tried to recover the CD using software with low-level format reading capabilities (such as BadCopy Pro)? I have used it for years and it never lets me down.

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Posted: 11 Oct 04, 15:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

John S Stuart wrote:



I do not mean everytime a tarck has been played on the radio!


I figured. What I thought you meant was only when they performed in a radio interveiw, like Brian's radio sessions in 1991.

Here's a list of stuff I've acquired. If anyone can add dates or more info, that would be great. I've added as much as I can, but we all know how poor the internet can be for accuracy.

Radio Stuff:
2000 Brian BBC Interview 1 (MI2 with the Foo)
2000-02-05 Brian May to Hikaru Utada
2001-11 Brian on Radio 2 (Promoting Air Guitar with Johnnie Walker, also helping with Children In Need)
2001-11-24 The Mercury Tapes - Bob Harris BBC Radio 2
2002-06? Roger Taylor & Brian May - Capital Radio Interview (WWRY)
2002-12-25 Brian's Lonnie segment
2003-03-18 BM RT MMM Sydney (Australian WWRY)
2003-04? Brian-Roger Off The Record
2003-06-18 Brian May Radio 2 (Matthew Wright?, one year of WWRY)
2003-11-13 Roger Taylor Interview on Capitol Gold Radio (46664)
2004-03-17 Roger Taylor Radio 2 (Mark Goodier, Mick Rock's book)
2004-04-04 Brian May Virgin Radio Superstars
2004-06-23 Rockline - Brian and Roger (Las Vegas WWRY)
2000 Brian BBC Interview 1 (MI2 with the Foo)
Brian's Desert Island Discs (Can't remember the date for the life of me)

TV
2002-06-03-B-R-Backstage Interview (BBC)
2002-05-21 Brian & Roger This Morning
2002-09-25-Tomorrows World Awards (Brian - Patrick Moore-BBC)
2003-02-25 wwry-madrid-telemadrid
2003-02-26 wwry-madrid-tve
2003-08 Brian & Roger - Today - Australian interview
2003-08-07 - Brian May - Maxvision TV. Melbourne, Australia - Interview
2003-10-17 Cruz y Raya TVE1
2004-06 Brian May - Stardate
Plus Parkinson in 2002

Incomplete, I know. But the best I got right now. Any help with more info is appreciated.









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Posted: 11 Oct 04, 16:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Brian's Desert Island Discs: BBC RADIO 4 Sunday 15 Sept 02 11:15 am.

Here's another interview I think: http://www.brianmay.com/brian/radio/radioone10may00/radioone10may00.html

Brian sent a video message to a TV program (All Night Star Party) because he couldn't go there. http://www.brianmay.com/brian/tv/starparty/starparty.mov
Transmission: BBC2, 11.20pm Saturday 23 August 2003
http://www.brianmay.com/brian/briannews/briannewsaug03.html


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Posted: 11 Oct 04, 17:00 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Look at this:

http://www.brianmay.com/brian/radio/radioindex.html

http://www.brianmay.com/brian/tv/tvindex.html


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Posted: 11 Oct 04, 17:26 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

From www.queenconcerts.com:

Roger Taylor Guest Appearance:
19.2.2000 Shepherds Bush Empire, London, UK (with SAS Band)
1. Magic Is Loose
2. Radio Ga Ga

9.7.2000 London, UK (with Brian & 5ive)
1. We Will Rock You
2. Tie Your Mother Down

27.9.2000 Millenium Dome, London, UK (with Brian & 5ive)
1. We Will Rock You

14.12.2000 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK (with SAS Band)
1. A Kind Of Magic
2. Radio Ga Ga
3. Strange Frontier
4. With A Little Help From My Friends (with Fish & others)

15.12.2000 Manchester, UK (with SAS Band)
1. A Kind Of Magic
2. I Want To Break Free
3. Radio Ga Ga

19.3.2001 New York, USA (Hall Of Fame induction; with Brian and Foo Fighters)
1. We Will Rock You
2. Tie Your Mother Down

7.7.2001 Wintershall Estate, Surrey, UK (with Spike Edney, Steve Barnacle, Jason Falloon, Keith Prior, Treana Morris and Patti Russo)
1. Radio Ga Ga
2. A Kind Of Magic
3. The Show Must Go On
4. Under Pressure
5. Another One Bites The Dust
6. Rock And Roll

11.8.2001 Gosport, UK (with SAS Band)
1. Radio Ga Ga
2. I Want To Break Free
3. A Kind Of Magic
4. Rock'n'roll
5. Show Must Go On (with Chris Thompson)
6. We Will Rock You (with Tony Hadley, Leo Sayer, Mark Shaw)
7. With A Little Help From My Friends (with Fish)
8. You're The Voice (all)
9. All The Way (all)

24.11.2001 London, UK (with Brian & SAS Band)
1. Radio Ga Ga
2. Since You've Been Gone
3. Under Pressure
4. Strange Frontier
5. Tie Your Mother Down
6. No-One But You

30.4.2002 Amsterdam, Holland (with Brian & SAS Band)
1. Radio Ga Ga
2. Tie Your Mother Down
3. Another One Bites The Dust
4. Under Pressure
5. Hammer To Fall
6. The Show Must Go On
7. No-One But You
8. We Will Rock You
9. We Are The Champions

15.5.2002 London, UK (WWRY premiere afterparty with Brian & SAS Band)
1. Tie Your Mother Down (with Kerry Ellis)
2. Guitar Man (with Ben Elton)
3. Hammer To Fall
4. Do Wah Diddy (with Nigel Planer)
5. Tutti Frutti (with Gary Booker)
6. A Whiter Shade Of Pale (with Gary Booker)
7. Rock And Roll
8. With A Little Help From My Friends (with Tony Hadley)

18.5.2002 "Parkinson" TV show (with Brian & WWRY cast)
1. Somebody To Love (Hannah Jane Fox on vocals)
2. Hammer To Fall (instrumental)
3. We Will Rock You (Tony Vincent on vocals)
4. We Are The Champions (Tony Vincent on vocals)

3.6.2002 London, UK (Queen's Jubilee)
1. God Save The Queen
2. You Can't Hurry Love (with Phil Collins)
3. Radio Ga Ga
4. We Will Rock You
5. We Are The Champions (Will Young on vocals)
6. Bohemian Rhapsody (with the WWRY cast)
7. All You Need Is Love (All Star finale)
8. Hey Jude (All Star finale)

21.6.2002 Cowdray, UK (with David Gilmour, Ringo Starr, Bob Geldof & others)
1. I Feel Fine
2. Jealous Guy
3. I Am The Walrus
4. My Sweet Lord (All Star finale)

16.7.2002 Heroes Square, Budapest, Hungary (F1 gig with a band called 'V10': Eddie Jordan, Peter Noone, Jonathan Perkins, Matt Exelby, Keith Prior, Chris Thomas + one unknown guitarist)
1. Lust For Life
2. For Fuck's Sake
3. Pump It Up
4. Rock And Roll
5. Gloria
6. Heroes
7. Let's Stick Together

18.10.2002 Los Angeles, USA (Walk Of Fame afterparty with SAS Band and Brian)
1. Tie Your Mother Down (Brian vocals, Nuno Bettencourt guitar)
2. Under Pressure (Roger + Patti Russo vocals)
3. Another One Bites The Dust (Patti Russo vocals)
4. Sleeping On The Sidewalk (Brian vocals)
5. I'm In Love With My Car (Roger vocals)
6. Stone Cold Crazy (Jeff Scott Soto vocals)
7. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Fred Mandel keys)
8. Hammer To Fall slow/fast (Brian vocals)
9. We Will Rock You
10. We Are The Champions (Roger + Brian vocals)
11. Rock And Roll (Roger vocals, Steve Vai guitar, Carmine Appice drums)


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Posted: 11 Oct 04, 17:28 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

part 2:

16.11.2002 London, UK (Children In Need - TV)
1. We Will Rock You (with WWRY Band, WWRY Cast, Tony Vincent and Brian May)
2. We Are The Champions (with WWRY Band, WWRY Cast, Tony Vincent and Brian May)
3. We Are The Champions again (with WWRY Band, WWRY Cast, Tony Vincent and Brian May)

29.4.2003 London, UK (In Session TV show with SAS Band, Eric Singer and Neil Murray)
1. A Kind Of Magic
2. Jealous Guy
3. Radio Ga Ga (two takes)
4. Rock And Roll
5. The Voice (All Star Finale)
6. All The Way (All Star Finale)

14.5.2003 London, UK (ARK Charity with SAS Band)
1. I Want To Break Free
2. A Kind Of Magic
3. Radio Ga Ga
4. The Kids Are Alright (with Bob Geldof, Roger on drums)
5. We Will Rock You (with Brian May on guitar)
6. Tie Your Mother Down (with Brian May, Roger on drums)
7. Rock And Roll
8. Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day (All Star Finale)

27.5.2003 Modena, Italy (Pavarotti & Friends)
1. We Will Rock You (Brian on vocals, Roger on drums)
2. Radio Ga Ga (Roger on vocals)
3. Too Much Love Will Kill You (Brian's duet with Pavarotti, Roger on drums)
4. We Are The Champions (Brian and Zucchero on vocals, Roger on drums)
5. Verdi's Brindisi from La Traviata (All Star finale)


12.6.2003 New York, USA (Songwriters Hall Of Fame)
1. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Wynonna Judd vocals, Brian guitar)
2. We Will Rock You (Brian on vocals, Roger on drums)

7.8.2003 Melbourne, Australia (WWRY afterparty)
Rufus Tiger (Roger's son) had a drum solo after Rock And Roll!
1. Tie Your Mother Down (Brian vocals + guitar, Roger drums, Amanda Harrison vocals)
2. Whole Lotta Love (Brian guitar, Roger drums)
3. Rock And Roll (Brian guitar, Roger vocals)

29.11.2003 Cape Town, South Africa (46664 festival with Brian and SAS Band)
1. Say It's Not True (Roger on vocals, Brian and Dave Stewart on acoustic guitar)
2. Invincible Hope (Roger on drums, Brian on guitar)
3. 46664 - The Call (Roger on drums, Brian on guitar and vocals)
4. The Show Must Go On (Roger on drums, Brian on guitar, Chris Thompson on vocals)
5. Toss The Feathers (The Corrs with Roger on drums)
6. Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime (Zucchero on vocals, Brian on guitar, Roger on drums)
7. Amandla (Brian on guitar, Roger on drums; also Anastacia, Beyonce, Dave Stewart etc.)
8. Bohemian Rhapsody rock finale (Brian on guitar, Roger on drums)
9. I Want It All (Brian on guitar, Roger on drums, Zucchero on vocals)
10. I Want To Break Free (Brian on guitar, Roger on drums and Tandy - who didn't remember the lyrics - on vocals!)
11. Radio Ga Ga (Brian on guitar, Roger on vocals)
12. We Will Rock You (Brian on guitar, Roger on drums, Anastacia on vocals)
13. We Are The Champions (Brian on guitar, Roger on drums, Anastacia on vocals)

8.9.2004 Paris Hotel, Las Vegas, USA (WWRY afterparty)
Line-up: Brian May (guitar), Roger Taylor (drums, vocals), Glen Hughes (vocals in SCC, bass in last four songs), Steve Vai (guitar), Nuno Bettencourt (guitar), Paul Crook (guitar), Chad Smith (drums), Steve Lukather, Simon Phillips, Meat Loaf (vocals in one song) and two main singers from the WWRY musical - Jason Wooten and Kacie Sheik.
1. Tie Your Mother Down (Jason Wooten and Kacie Sheik on vocals)
2. The Show Must Go On (Kacie Sheik on vocals)
3. Don't Stop Me Now (Jason Wooten on vocals)
4. Stone Cold Crazy (Glen Hughes on vocals)
5. Rock and Roll (Roger Taylor on vocals)
6. Johnny B Goode (Meat Loaf on vocals)
7. With A Little Help From My Friends (Jason Wooten on vocals)

Other Roger's TV shows:
3.3.2000 Brit Awards (with Brian & 5ive)
1. We Will Rock You (mimed)

7.7.2000 Top Of The Pops, UK (with Brian & 5ive)
1. We Will Rock You (mimed)


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Posted: 12 Oct 04, 01:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



I listed that as 2000 Brian BBC Interview 1 (MI2 with the Foo). Thanks for the exact date, Camel Lover.


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Posted: 12 Oct 04, 04:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

My pleasure, dear Zeni.


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Posted: 12 Oct 04, 15:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I do have some radio and TV interviews with Brian May:

The Music Factory - about Another World CD (video)
15 minutes for I guess Radio 1 (mp3)
Grand Coule Dan (Digging Up My Potatoes)

and I can find some others if you would like

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Posted: 12 Oct 04, 16:01 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Does anyone have a comprehensive listing of everytime a Queen member sneezed in public, and a notation of whether each was somehow recorded? I'd like to build a collection of these.

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Posted: 12 Oct 04, 16:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yes, I have a list but I will not let you see it.


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Posted: 12 Oct 04, 20:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

AC wrote:

Yes, I have a list but I will not let you see it.

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Posted: 12 Oct 04, 22:01 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I have it. Very comprehensive list.

Brian and Roger appeared on some shit house programme over here (Australia) but I can't remember the name nor the airing of the show. No idea why they were out here either.


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Posted: 13 Oct 04, 02:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Shame about that list. If I can't see it, my life is incomplete and everything I do have becomes meaningless. I may have to resort to claiming to have other rare items, and posting about them on a regular basis. Getting gullable ass-kissers to worship me.. that'll make me complete!

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Posted: 13 Oct 04, 03:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Wilki wrote:

Have you tried to recover the CD using software with low-level format reading capabilities (such as BadCopy Pro)? I have used it for years and it never lets me down.


John,
You should be able to get most if not all of the info back from your disk using this method.

I personally use 'CD Roller"


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