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Posted: 29 Nov 04, 14:39 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

for those of you who have this (and it's not that hard to find it) - what do you think of it? I'm listening to it now, up to the Get Down Make Love sample bit....



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Posted: 29 Nov 04, 14:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It's very fantastic!
I think it's totally more fantasitc than the album version. Without Freddie's high-keyd voice in the end part of it, imho, both his vocal and their performance have totally more tension.


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Posted: 29 Nov 04, 15:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

d'oh to me! - but i never realised that was a GDML sample
i always thought it was a genuine ad-lib that they stuck into the middle of it
- it even segue's nicely in and out


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Posted: 29 Nov 04, 19:45 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I just listened to it as I took my breakfast. Then I'm now wavering between BBC version and the album version...I don't know now...though I don't need to waver between them...anyway, it is fantastic.
In BBC version, there is somewhat tension with a little relaxing mood in their performance.
Perhaps, the reason is BBC session was recorded after their recording of NOTW, I think.
Such mood seems to make listeners relaxing, too.



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