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

Brian May: Furia Original Soundtrack
Original French Release September 2000. UK Release 20th November 2000.

Furia Theme Furia Theme - Opening titles
Permier Regard First Glance (Solo flute)
Paysage Landscape
Tango: Cuesta Abajo Tango: Cuesta Abajo
La Rencontre Meeting (solo guitar)
Premier Baiser First Kiss
Orage Storm
Telephone Phone
Poursuite Pursuit
Petit Restaurant Diner
Apparition Apparition
Arrest
Pere Et Fils Father and Son
Aaron Aaron
Incendie Fire
Revolver (Solo Violin) Gun (Solo violin)
Reggae: “Bird In Hand” Reggae: Bird in Hand
Meurtre Killing
Fuite Escape
Continuer Go On
Dream Of Thee Dream Of Thee
Autre Revolver Alternative Gun

Brian May: Good Rocking Tonight - Legacy Of Sun Records
Recorded 1999/ Released Jan 2002
I Don't Want Nobody (Teasing Round With Me)
Brian cover recorded at Abbey Road Studios will feature on album tribute to Sun Records
OIQFC News Of The Day MAY 17th 2000
Companion to the American Masters documentary “Good Rocking Tonight: The Legacy Of Sun Records.
Japan CD London Sire WPCR-11170
That’s All Right Paul McCartney
Mystery Train Jeff Beck & Chrissie Hynde
My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It Jimmy Page & Robert Plant
Blue Suede Shoes Johnny Hallyday
Whole Lotta Shaking Going On Elton John
Blue Moon Of Kentucky Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Sittin’ On Top Of The World Van Morrison & Carl Perkins
Don’t Be Cruel Bryan Ferry
Red Cadillac & A Black Moustache Bob Dylan
Just Walking In The Rain Eric Clapton & The Impressions
Lonely Weekend Matchbox Twenty
Who Will The Next Fool Be? Sheryl Crow
It Wouldn’t Be The Same Without You Chris Isaak
I Walk The Line Live
Drinking Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee Howling Diablos Feat. Kid Rock
You Win Again Mandy Barnett With The Jordanaires
Cry, Cry, Cry, Third Eye Blind
Teasin’ Around Brian May
Rock ‘N Roll Ruby Mark Knopfler

Brian May: Stretch Original Soundtrack
Originally broadcast Sky One November 12th and 19th 2000.
British Sky Broadcasting Video Released 20th November 2000

Brian May: Unreleased Radio Interview, Hikaru Utada
Brian May/Hikaru Utada: 5th Feb 2000

Brian May: Unreleased Radio Interview, BBC Desert Island Discs
Brian May/Sue Lawley interview

Brian May: Unreleased Radio Interview, (MI2 with the Foo)
Brian BBC Interview 1

SAS Band: Live, Shepherd’s Bush Empire 19th February 2000
UK CD ABMCD 02
UK Official Video
Roger Taylor guest appearance
Radio Ga Ga
Magic Is Loose Unreleased: Wanted

SAS Band: Live, Usher Hall, Edinburgh 14th December 2000
Roger Taylor guest appearance
A Kind Of Magic, Radio Ga Ga, Strange Frontier, With A Little Help From My Friends (with Fish & others)

SAS Band: Live, Manchester 15 December 2000
Roger Taylor guest appearance
A Kind Of Magic, I Want To Break Free, Radio Ga Ga

Steve Hackett: Feedback 86
Recorded 1986/ Released 2000
UK CD CAMCD 21
Recorded December 1986. Brian May guitar/vocals Cassandra, and Slot Machine. Slot Machine written by Brian May/ Steve Hackett.
Cassandra, Prize Fighters, Slot Machine, Stadiums Of The Damned, Don’t Fall, Oh How I Love You, Notre Dame Des Fleurs, Gulf
Cassandra
2000 Remix - Chris Thomson (4:06) Feedback 86 CAMCD 21
Slot Machine
Album Version (4:20) Feedback 86 CAMCD 21
(Brian May Guitar)

Foo Fighters: Mission Impossible II Original Soundtrack
US CD Hollywood Edel 0110302HWR
Have A Cigar produced by Foo Fighters/ Brian May/ Justin Shirley Smith
Take A Look Around (Theme From M:I-2 Limp Bizkit
I Disappear Metallica
Scum Of The Earth Rob Zombie
They Came In Butthole Surfers
Rocket Science Pimps
Have A Cigar Foo Fighters & Brian May
Mission 2000 Chris Cornell
Going Down Godsmack
What You Looking At Uncle Kracker
Backwards Apartment


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Posted: 10 Nov 04, 20:44 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Many thanks for sharing your lists with us!

"Cover Artists: Ready To Rumble OST – We Will Rock You":
Scott Weilan_d_

"Cover Artists: Stone Pilots – Sheer Heart Attack":
Stone Temple Pilots (?), Weiland's band


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Posted: 10 Nov 04, 22:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Are you wanting a list of cover songs? Also, do you need a more complete list of all of Brian's guest appearances from the last 4 years (ie Tired of You, Mister You're a Better Man Than I)?


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Posted: 11 Nov 04, 03:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Zeni: Two points. The reason I have included covers is that they are tracks WRITTEN by members of the band. I know that we have debated ideas on these types of lists before, but the idea was to be as complete as possible, and under that umbrella, I thought it was better to keep them in - than out.

Yes, I do want as much solo stuff included, for the same reason as above. It is correct that this thread is dealing with 2000, and that another thread would cover 2001 etc, but as I said, hopefully it should be some sort of "Ultimate Collection!".

M: "Cover Artists: Ready To Rumble OST – We Will Rock You": Scott Weilan_d_ "Cover Artists: Stone Pilots – Sheer Heart Attack": Stone Temple Pilots (?), Weiland's band.

I did not know that. In that case, perhaps they both covered two tracks. In either case, I have never been able to find the "Sheer Heart Attack" version. Therefore, was it ever released publically?



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Posted: 11 Nov 04, 11:34 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yeah, I completely missed the "by year" part and thought you were going for the decade. That explains why I thought so many tracks were missing.

I get it now, so I'll add appropriately and as necessary.


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

"I did not know that. In that case, perhaps they both covered two tracks. In either case, I have never been able to find the "Sheer Heart Attack" version. Therefore, was it ever released publically?"

I am almost sure that this version was not released. And I think it is even not verified that a Stone Temple Pilots version of Sheer Heart Attack really exists. (The only source I remember is the OIQFC news report which didn't mention any details.)


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Posted: 03 Sep 06, 14:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Wayfaring Strangers
Album: Driftwood
Recorded in 2000, my copy of the album was released in 2006.

Track 10: Show Must Go On (11:22)

Very-very good folk cover version of TSMGO. Technically track is NOT 11 minutes of course, there's just a hidden track on the album after TSMGO.