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Posted: 03 Nov 04, 19:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The remainder of 1977's output. Sorry, but it would not all fit in the same thread posting.
Cheers!

Roger Taylor: I Wanna Testify/ Turn On The TV
Recorded: July 1977. Released 26th August 1977
I Wanna Testify
UK 7” 3:42 EMI 2679
Marc Bolan Show OST Unreleased: Home Mini Disc
Marc Bolan Show Thames 3:45 Video Unreleased: Home Video
Turn On The TV
UK 7” 3:24 EMI 2679

Lonnie Donegan: Putting on the Style
Recorded 1977/ Released 1978
UK 1977 LP Chrysalis CHR 1158
Recorded July – Sept 1977 Released February 1978 No 51.
Produced by Adam Faith. Also features Ronnie Wood, Elton John, Ringo Starr and Rory Gallagher.
As It Began p 107: News Of The World sessions moved from Bassing Street to Wessex Studios, where Brian contributed to two tracks on Lonnie’s new album, Rolling Stone & Digging On My Potatoes, although only the later was released.
Rock Island Line, Have A Drink On Me, Ham ‘n Eggs, I Wanna Go Home, Digging On My Potatoes, No Body’s Child, Puttin’ On The Style, Frankie & Johnnie, Drop Down Baby, Lost John
Digging' On My Potatoes
Rolling Stone Unreleased:
(Brian May Guitar)

Peter Straker: This One's On Me
UK LP This One’s On Me EMI EMC 3204
UK 7” Promo Ragtime Piano Joe/ Saddest Clown EMI EMI 2700 – Sept 1977
UK 7” Promo Jackie/ I’ve Been To Hell And Back EMI EMI 2758 – Feb 1978
Released October 1977
Songs 1 & 2 Mercury Songs Ltd. Song 3; Mercury Songs Ltd – Bruce Welch Music Ltd/ Health Levy Music Ltd. Produced by Freddie Mercury/ Roy Thomas Baker for Goose Productions.
No further Freddie involvement with Peter Straker – except financial.
Ada, I've Been To Hell And Back, Day The Talkies Came, Heart Be Still, Ragtime Piano Joe, Jackie, Annual Penguin Show, Saddest Clown, Vamp
Discography:
1977 October: UK LP This One’s On Me EMI EMC 3204
1977 September: UK 7” Promo Ragtime Piano Joe/ Saddest Clown EMI EMI 2700
1978 February: UK 7” Promo Jackie/ I’ve Been To Hell And Back EMI EMI 2758
1978 September: UK 7” Believer/ Queen Of The Self Service EMI EMI 2853
1980 July: UK 7” Late Night Taxi Driver/ Real Natural Man Rocket XPRES 35
1980 October: UK LP Real Natural Man Rocket TRAIN 12
UK LP Changeling
Peter Straker And The Hands Of Dr Teleny
1980 September: UK 7” 200 New/ I Can’t Help It Rocket XPRESS 84
1982 February: UK 7” Spirit Is Willing RCA RCA 2163

Quartz: Stand Up And Fight
Recorded 1977/ Released 2004
UK CD Stand Up And Fight Majestic Rock MAJCD037
Stoking The Fires Of Hell 7” Jet
Line up: Mike Taylor, Vocals. Mike Hopkins: Guitar. Jeff Nichols: Guitar, Keyboards. Derek Arnold: Bass. Malcolm Cope: Drums. The "Quartz" 1977 debut album "Stand Up And Fight" featured sessions including Brian May as guest guitarist on a track called "Circles" (also featuring Ozzy Osbourne on backing vocals). The track was not included on the original album release - but WAS later released as the B-side to the "Quartz" single - "Stoking The Fires Of Hell".
Stand Up And Fight, Charlie Snow, Can’t Say No To You, Revenge, Stoking Up The Fires Of Hell, Rock ‘n’ Roll Child, Questions, Wildfire, Circles

Queen: Unreleased Radio Interview, In The Studio
News Of The World

Queen: Unreleased Radio Interview, Rock Around The World
Freddie Mercury/ Chuck Marshall: No 176 December 1977

Queen: Unreleased Radio Interview, Queen Story
BBC Radio One, Queen Story Tom Browne Interviews 25/26 December 1977

Queen: Unreleased Live Arena, Seattle, US 13th March 1977
PNW Live Bootleg LP
In The Lap Of The Queen Bootleg CD
Queen Live USA 1977 Bootleg CD
Queen Live In USA Bootleg CD
No More Heroes Bootleg CD (Mix of Seattle 13 March 1977 and Hammersmith Xmas 24 Dec 1975)
(Additional set info: Greg Brooks)
Tie Your Mother Down (intro), Ogre Battle, White Queen, Somebody To Love, Death On Two Legs, Killer Queen, Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy, Millionaire Waltz, You’re My Best


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Posted: 04 Nov 04, 03:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Posted: 04 Nov 04, 03:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Since bootleg titles are included, Copenhagen was initially issued as "A Night At The Warehouse", a double album with gatefold sleeve, and was known to be a high quality release for years.

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Posted: 04 Nov 04, 14:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

PG: Yes, that is correct. I even have this album, so I don't know why I missed it. There is a CD version also called "A Night At The Warehouse", but as far as I know - it is a direct from LP recording.


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Posted: 05 Nov 04, 15:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I think the "No More Heroes" Bootleg is a fake, a mix of Seattle and Hammersmith 75 Christmas show. Also, I am unsure about "Sweet Lady" in Seattle - ist there a recording to prove it?




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Posted: 05 Nov 04, 16:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

YV: Thanks - I have edited accordingly. I must confess, I have loads of bootlegs on CD, LP and tape, and apart from an initial playing, I have listened to them very rarely, so I am not best placed to say if they are genuine or not.

All I can say, is that the above information is taken from the disc. That's why I am posting these listings - so that we can all work together in producing the best available list - so I am pleased it is working.


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