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Posted: 05 Nov 04, 12:34 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

1978

Jazz
Recorded July to October 1978 at Mountain and Super Bear Studios.
Released: UK 10th November 1978, US 14th November 1978.
Freddie Mercury (Vocals, Piano), Brian May (Guitar, Vocals), Roger Taylor (Percussion, Vocals), John Deacon (Bass Guitar).
Produced by Queen and Roy Thomas Baker. Engineered by Geoff Workman. Cover Concept by Queen. Bicycles supplied by Halfords. Thunderbolt courtesy of God. This album is dedicated to John Harris

Mustapha
Album Version Jazz: EMI CDP 746210 2
Exposed Mono Mix Exposed MC C-EXP 0491
1998 The eYe “23 Intro Electronic Arts DDE05501 101S

Fat Bottomed Girls
Album Version Jazz: EMI CDP 746210 2
7" Edit Remix Queen Greatest Hits: EMI CDP 7 46033 2
Karaoke Instrumental Japan Toshiba EMI TOLW - 3249.50
Instrumental Demo (T1) Ultimate Collection: Royalty Music RMCD 001
1991 Brian Malouf Remix Jazz: US 1991 Hollywood HR-61062-2
Chorus/Intro 57” Hybrid Total Guitar CD Magazine
Promotional Video (3:03 Shorter than 7”) Greatest Flix I & II: Pioneer PLMPD 01171

Jealousy
Album Version Jazz: EMI CDP 746210 2

Bicycle Race
Album Version Jazz: EMI CDP 746210 2
12" Columbia Extended
Karaoke Instrumental Japan Toshiba EMI TOLW - 3249.50
1991 Junior Vasquez Remix Jazz: US 1991 Hollywood HR-61062-2
Promotional Video Greatest Flix I & II: Pioneer PLMPD 01171
Live Unedited “Nudes” Video Unreleased:

If You Can't Beat Them
Album Version Jazz: EMI CDP 746210 2

Let Me Entertain You
Album Version Jazz: EMI CDP 746210 2
1998 The eYe “47 Loop Edit Electronic Arts DDE05501 101S

Dead On Time
Album Version Jazz: EMI CDP 746210 2
Intro: 18” Total Guitar CD Magazine
Starlicks Video Edit Starlicks Video
Old Grey Whistle Test BBC TV
(Introduced by Anne Nightingale) Unreleased:

In Only Seven Days
Album Version Jazz: EMI CDP 746210 2

Dreamer's Ball
Album Version Jazz: EMI CDP 746210 2

Fun It
Album Version Jazz: EMI CDP 746210 2

Leaving Home Ain't Easy
Album Version Jazz: EMI CDP 746210 2

Don't Stop Me Now
Album Version Jazz: EMI CDP 746210 2
Karaoke Instrumental Japan Toshiba EMI TOLW - 3249.50
Promotional Video Greatest Flix I & II: Pioneer PLMPD 01171

More Of That Jazz
Album Version Jazz: EMI CDP 746210 2
1998 eYe Instrumental 4:27 Edit Electronic Arts DDE05501 101S
End Demo Composite Unreleased: Home Mini-Disc

Roger Taylor “Fun In Space” Masters Unreleased:
Demos/bits left over went into Fun In Space

Lonnie Donegan: Putting on the Style
Recorded 1977/ Released 1978
UK 1977 LP Chrysalis CHR 1158
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)

Queen: Unreleased Tiswas ATV Interview 24th December 1979
John Deacon/Roger Taylor/Sally James Interview

Roger Taylor: Unreleased Innerview US Radio Series 14 Show 01

Queen: Unreleased Live New York 16th November 1978
If You Can’t Beat ‘em

Queen: Unreleased Live Montreal 1st December 1978
Original Canadian FM Radio Broadcast?
Live In Montreal Bootleg CD
We Will Rock You, Let Me Entertain You, Somebody To Love, If You Can't Beat 'em, Death On Two Legs, Killer Queen, Bicycle Race, I’m In Love With My Car, Get Down Make Love, You’re My Best Friend, Now I'm Here, Spread Your Wings, Dreamer’s Ball, Love Of My Life, '39, It’s Late, Brighton Rock, Fat Bottomed Girls, Keep Yourself Alive, Bohemian Rhapsody, Tie Your Mother Down, Sheer Heart Attack, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, God Save The Queen.



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Posted: 05 Nov 04, 12:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Great to know that some of Roger's fantastic Fun in Space album had its origins in the Jazz sessions. Thanks John....


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Posted: 05 Nov 04, 17:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

There's 'Dreamer's Ball' tape with Queen's working on it in the studio. It was recorded by Chris Taylor (Queen's roadie and Roger's assistant) and he still has this tape. As he wrote some years ago it contains some ideas to the song which didn't used in the finished version.

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Posted: 05 Nov 04, 19:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

John and Roger promoted "Live Killers" on the Tiswas show, it should be in the other thread.

Munich 1978 Keep Yourself Alive and We Are The Champions were shown on TV.


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Posted: 05 Nov 04, 20:01 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

YV: You are correct. I have edited the thread accordingly, and cut it out. It did read "Queen: Unreleased Tiswas ATV Interview 24th December 1979
John Deacon/Roger Taylor/Sally James Interview"

As you see it was dated 1979. It was a cut and paste mistake.

Also: do you know the names of these programmes? I know the two 1979 Kampuchea tracks were screened on VH1 recently.


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Posted: 07 Nov 04, 17:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Info about Dreamer's Ball came from Chris Taylor

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Posted: 15 Feb 13, 03:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Can someone share Live In Munich 78??
Thanks


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Posted: 15 Feb 13, 06:55 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

queenFoc wrote:

Can someone share Live In Munich 78??
Thanks


You seem to be new here, so you might not know this yet, but you're posting this in the wrong forum - you should ask this question in Sharing The Music - Request. That will probably make it easier to get a response. Also, it's considered bad etiquette to revive a topic that's years old with something that is not really connected to the topic.




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Posted: 15 Feb 13, 08:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"Queen: Unreleased Tiswas ATV Interview 24th December 1979
John Deacon/Roger Taylor/Sally James Interview "

Should this not be November?

It was recorded at ATV studios in Birmingham, the same day that they played the Birmingham NEC on the Crazy Tour. (I was there)




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Posted: 15 Feb 13, 08:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Queen: Unreleased Live New York 16th November 1978
If You Can’t Beat ‘em


What is this? Was it an audience recording aired on radio?


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Posted: 15 Feb 13, 17:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

No idea why that was included when it's an audience recording. The song was on many compilation bootlegs in the 90s (both vinyl and CD), later confirmed to be from the second night.

A better copy of the audience tape emerged a few years back, and I'm sure you've already picked it up:

http://www.queenzone.com/forums/1200438/new-york-11-17-78-source-3.aspx


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