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Posted: 02 May 05, 13:00 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

2001

Queen: Knight’s Tale Original Soundtrack
A Knight’s Tale DVD R1 Columbia Pictures 43396 06143
Theatrical Trailer
We Are The Champions (Uncensored Video Version)

Music From The Motion Picture A Knights Tale.
CD Columbia/Sony Music Original Soundtrack 2-503096
We Will Rock You - Queen
War -Low Rider
Takin’ Care Of Business - Bachman-Turner Overdrive
Golden Years - David Bowie
Ramble On - Train
Crazy On You - Heart
Further On Up The Road - Eric Clapton
Get Ready - Rare Earth
I Want To Take You Higher - Sly & The Family Stone
Boys Are Back In Town - Thin Lizzy
One Of Your Own - Carter Burwell
We Are The Champions - Robbie Williams And Queen
Pieces - Dan Powell
Eye Conqueror - Third Eye Blind

Queen/ Robbie Williams
Released May 18th USA.
We Are The Champions CD Columbia/Sony Music OST 2-503096
We Are The Champions (Extended Version)
We Are The Champions (Main Radio Mix)
We Are The Champions (Video Version) DVD R1 Columbia Pictures 43396 06143

Queen: Unreleased, Planetarium Queen Show

Queen: Unreleased, New York, Rock ‘n Roll Hall Of Fame, 19 March 2001
(Rock ‘n Roll Hall Of Fame induction; with Brian May and The Foo Fighters)
We Will Rock You, Tie Your Mother Down

Brian May: Guitarist Magazine, Issue 216, November 2001
Guitarist Magazine issue 216, November 2001 (with free CD).
Brian May Burns Signature guitar feature (p40 – 44)
He Will Rock You: Brian May – Neville Martin Interview (p128 – 132)

Intro Proggin: The Prog stalks the land
Neil Brocklebank - Nowhere City
ESP Ltd MC-500 - Simon Bradley
Fender Nos 63 Tele & Spirit XZ-25 -Simon Bradley & Roger Newell
Kimbra 23T SCT - Ben Bartlett
Tech 21 Killer Wail Demo
ESP Ltd GL-500K - Simon Bradley
Gibson J150 Demo - Matthew Wig
Matchless DC30/BAD CAT 30 Demo - Neville Marten
Burns Brian May/Red Special A/B Tests - Brian May
Sideburns - Brian May
Brian May Burns Sound Bytes - Simon Bradley
Tuning Notes
Classic Track “Get It On” by T-Rex - Adrian Clark
Classic Track Backing track – no guitar
Classic Track Backing track – no bass
Acoustricks Matthew Wig
Blowing Chunks - Pete Callard
Unlocking The Neck - Mike Goodman
Unlocking The Neck - Backing track
Classical Gas – J S Bach’s Toccata - Andie Cayne
Bass Instincts - Terry Gregory

Queen: Unreleased, Mercury Tapes – Bob Harris BBC Radio 2, 24 November 2001
The Mercury Tapes - Bob Harris BBC Radio 2

Brian May: Unreleased, Johnnie Walker – BBC Radio 2, November 2001
Promoting “Air Guitar” CD also helping with BBC “Children In Need”
Brian May/Johnnie Walker Interview BBC Radio 2

SAS Band: Unreleased, Wintershall Estate, Surrey, 7 July 2001
(Roger Taylor, Spike Edney, Steve Barnacle, Jason Falloon, Keith Prior, Treana Morris and Patti Russo)
Radio Ga Ga, A Kind Of Magic, The Show Must Go On, Under Pressure, Another One Bites The Dust, Rock And Roll

SAS Band: Unreleased, Gosport UK, 11 August 2001
Radio Ga Ga, I Want To Break Free, A Kind Of Magic, Rock'n'roll, Show Must Go On (with Chris Thompson), We Will Rock You (with Tony Hadley, Leo Sayer, Mark Shaw), With A Little Help From My Friends (with Fish), You're The Voice (all), All The Way (all)

SAS Band: Unreleased, Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, 24 November 2001
Champions: (Queen Tribute Band)
Great Pretender, Another One Bites the Dust, In My Defence, Dragon Attack, Great King Rat, Fat Bottomed Girls, Love of My Life, Somebody to Love, Spread Your Wings, Bohemian Rhapsody

Trina Morris
Sleeping on the Sidewalk, ‘39

SAS Band
Blinded by the Light - Chris Thompson
Davie’s On The Road Again - Chris Thompson
Stay For Good - Paul Young
Why Don’t You Come Back - Paul Young

Fabba
Waterloo, Dancing Queen

SAS Band
Mighty Quinn - Chris Thompson
Now I’m Here - Chris Thompson
Another One Bites the Dust - Chris Thompson
Hammer to Fall - Chris Thompson
I Want to Break Free - Bruce Dickinson


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Posted: 02 May 05, 13:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Woooo Hoooo!

Thank you.


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Posted: 02 May 05, 13:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Great stuff!

I also remember Brian stating that an unplugged version of We Are The Champions with RW exists, and that it was originally meant to be the one in the soundtrack. As we all know, it remains unreleased.

Btw, there are quite a few only-single releases versions of a couple of Bob Geldof tracks featuring RT off the SA&D album.

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Posted: 03 May 05, 00:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

one thing I've always wondered (and I'm not expecting anyone to know the answer), is why Brian & Roger didn't stick around for WWRY/WATC at the 10th Anniversary Freddie Tribute show. They usually seem to play those songs whenever they have the opportunity...

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Posted: 03 May 05, 01:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame took place in March 2001, not February.

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Posted: 03 May 05, 19:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"Queen: Unreleased, Rock ‘n Roll Hall Of Fame 19 March 2001
We Will Rock You
Tie Your Mother Down"

"Queen: Unreleased, New York, Rock ‘n Roll Hall Of Fame, 19 February 2001
(Rock ‘n Roll Hall Of Fame induction; with Brian May and The Foo Fighters)
We Will Rock You, Tie Your Mother Down"

yes, '19 March 2001' is correct.


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Posted: 03 May 05, 19:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Lester Burnham: Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame took place in March 2001, not February.

No you are correct Lester. March it was not February! (But that's what I originally wrote wasn't it?)

Edit: OK - I see it now - I had it down twice. Once as the 19th March, the other as 19th Feb. I have now erased the incorrect version.

M: Your quote makes the mistake clearer...

"Queen: Unreleased, Rock ‘n Roll Hall Of Fame 19 March 2001
We Will Rock You
Tie Your Mother Down"

"Queen: Unreleased, New York, Rock ‘n Roll Hall Of Fame, 19 February 2001
(Rock ‘n Roll Hall Of Fame induction; with Brian May and The Foo Fighters)
We Will Rock You, Tie Your Mother Down"

The first version is the correct date.


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Posted: 05 May 05, 04:00 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I had no idea that Sheryl Crow cut Tie Your Mother Down. I hope that it gets released some day......certain to be interesting.