I was just watching the gallery on the On Fire - Live At The Bowl 2nd DVD, and I noticed that the picture on the front-sleeve of the DVD is fake.
First of all, it's obvious that this picture has not been taken at the show at Milton Keynes, e.g. Brian does not wear that white coat in the video.
Then. In the picture gallery, you can see 'the same' picture as the one used for the artwork. It's the first picture in the gallery. If you look careful at this picture, you can see it's the 'main picture' used for the artwork, e.g. Roger's drumstick is in the same position, Freddie pose is the same, and the beams of light are the same.
But. In in this (gallery)picture, we can see John wearing a red shirt and white trousers. On the DVD-sleeve, John is wearing a blue shirt and blue trousers. Then we let the gallery play. The twelfth picture, with John and Freddie (yellow shirt), is clearly the one they used for John.
When we compare the first picture of the gallery with the sleeve, we can also see a different Brian. On the sleeve, brian is looking to above, on the gallery-picture, he's looking at Freddie. But his legs and feet and the wire from his guitar seem to be the same.
So, the artwork of the DVD-sleeve is obviously faked in a number of ways. Why would they do this and why wouldn't they just take a nice, fine picture?
You thoughts about this please :)