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Posted: 30 Oct 04, 11:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Eugene Wallace: Dangerous
Recorded 1972/ Released 1975
UK 1975 LP Version EMI EMC 3067
Reach Out And Touch Me, Red Light Lady, Kind Woman Kind, Lies, Lullaby, Killers, Children, Little Baby Mine, Dangerous
Dangerous
Roger Meddows Taylor Percussion on unspecified track (Believed to be Dangerous).

Eddie Howell: Man From Manhattan
Recorded during the Night At The Opera sessions at Sarm East, August 1975. Produced by Freddie Mercury for Queen Productions Ltd. Freddie Mercury piano, Brian May guitars, backing vocals Freddie Mercury/ Brian May. 7” B – side, Waiting In The Wings, NO Queen involvement.
UK 1975 7" Original Version Warner Bros K16701
UK 1995 CD (Revisited) Remix BUD BUD2CD
EC 1995 Radio Edit CD Single ZOK ZSCD 101
EC 1995 Back Again Remix Ghost Of A Smile CD
(Freddie Mercury/ Brian May – Instrumentation/ backing vocals)

Foxx: Tails Of Illusion
UK 1975 LP GTO GTLP 006
Released October 1975
As It Began p 93: Recorded during the Night At The Opera Sessions at Sarm East, August 1975.
Thanks to… Roger Taylor for being the highest on Survival
Yuli Yuli, Survival, Strange Ships, For Whatever it’s Worth, Little Brown Box, Minor Therapy, Lily Sing, Kupu – Kupu, Howdja, Me Without You
Survival
Roger Taylor Backing Vocal

Trax: Unreleased Studio Recordings UNRELEASED: WANTED
Recorded during the Night At The Opera sessions at Trident Studios, August 1975. Produced by Freddie Mercury for Queen Productions Ltd. Original recordings erased. All four members of Queen (i.e. Freddie, Brian, Roger & John) contributed to this session before moving onto Man From Manhattan by Eddie Howell. Erasure confirmed by Norman Sheffield 1995.

Queen: Unreleased BBC Radio Session, BBC Rock Hour, 24th December 1975 (see below)
Live In Concert, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 24th December 1975. Available as edited BBC Pop Spectacular Transcription Services LP, BBC Rock Hour, BC S10 (Rock ‘n Roll medley omitted). Set now owned by Queen Enterprises Ltd. Almost commercially released Xmas 1993 (Sample cover same as A Night At The Opera LP/CD). Full set simulcast Live BBC Radio One In Concert, & BBC Two Old Grey Whistle Test. Repeated 28th December 1976. Subsequent Radio repeats and bootleg recordings omit Rock ‘n Roll medley, however, medley partially restored Queen Rare Live Video.
Half Pence Bootleg LP
Black & White Queen Bootleg LP
Who Wants To Live Forever? Bootleg LP
Tokyo Budokan Hall 01.04.76 Bootleg LP
Unauthorised (Live Volume 1) Bootleg CD
Unauthorised (We Will Rock You Volume 1) Bootleg CD
Eve Of Christmas Bootleg CD
Goodbye Bootleg CD
Immortal Bootleg CD
Killers Bootleg CD
London 1975 Bootleg CD
Noblesse Oblige Bootleg CD
Merry Christmas Bootleg CD
Queen Live Bootleg CD
Rhapsody In Red Bootleg CD
Thanks!! Bootleg CD
You’re My Best Friend Bootleg CD
Xmas 1975 Bootleg CD
Now I'm Here, Ogre Battle, White Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, Killer Queen, Black Queen, Leroy Brown, Brighton Rock, Son & Daughter, Keep Yourself Alive, Liar, In The Lap Of The Gods (Revisited), (Big Spender, Jailhouse Rock, Stupid Cupid, Bebop a Lula, Shake Rattle & Roll), Seven Seas Of Rhye, See What A Fool I've Been, God Save The Queen

Queen: Unreleased Radio Interview, In The Studio A Night At The Opera

Queen: Unreleased Live Budokan Hall, Tokyo 1st May 1975
Made In Japan Bootleg LP
Procession, Now I'm Here, Ogre Battle, White Queen, Flick Of The Wrist, Doing Alright, Seven Seas Of Rhye, Stone Cold Crazy, Lap Of The Gods, Killer Queen, Black Queen, Leroy Brown, Hangman.

Queen: Unreleased Live Apollo Theatre, Glasgow 15th December 1975
Ogre Battle, Sweet Lady, White Queen, Flick Of The Wrist, Bohemian Rhapsody, Killer Queen, Black Queen, Leroy Brown, Brighton Rock, Son & Daughter, Prophet's Song, Stone Cold Crazy, Doing Alright, Keep Yourself Alive, Seven Seas Of Rhye, Liar, In The Lap Of The Gods (Revisited), Now I'm Here, Big Spender, Jailhouse Rock


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Posted: 30 Oct 04, 12:55 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Queen: Unreleased Radio Interview, In The Studio A Night At The Opera


You don't by chance have the date for its original airing?


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Posted: 30 Oct 04, 13:26 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I will need to look out the disc, so it may take a little while. When I do, I will post it.


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Posted: 30 Oct 04, 15:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

ThomasQuinn: I would love to comply with your request - but do not know how.

If YOU promise to do that - post me your e-mail.

But it must be THIS 'zone only, and available to all.


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Posted: 30 Oct 04, 16:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Zeni the Wet Sprocket wrote:

Queen: Unreleased Radio Interview, In The Studio A Night At The Opera

You don't by chance have the date for its original airing?


I know it was in 1989, but I don't know the exact date.


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Posted: 30 Oct 04, 17:44 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sorry, I could not e-mail it as it is not on my PC. It would have to be a CD hard copy to a proper snail-mail address.


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Posted: 30 Oct 04, 21:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I'd torrent this In the Studio, along with a couple more, if someone would allow me access to the QZ tracker. Should make things easier for everyone.

They are all in mp3 format, but seeing how these are radio interviews, it's acceptable.


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Posted: 01 Nov 04, 12:09 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I emailed the other day, just in case it got lost in cyberspace. If there was a problem (wouldn't be the first time), I'll send again.


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Posted: 02 Nov 04, 10:44 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ok, this In the Studio, along with a couple more, are being torrented right now. Links are in the Trading Section.


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Posted: 02 Nov 04, 15:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote


Eddie Howell: Man From Manhattan
Phil Collins is rumoured to have played drums on it.

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Posted: 17 Feb 07, 15:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

[StArMaN] wrote:


Eddie Howell: Man From Manhattan
Phil Collins is rumoured to have played drums on it.


Drums by Barry De Sousa, bass by Jerome Simson

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"UK 1995 CD (Revisited) Remix BUD BUD2CD"


Bud Records have released that remix in some other countries in the end of 1994.