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Posted: 19 Jul 05, 13:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ultimate Collection: 2004

Exactly as it says in the title.

I apologise for any careless omissions or errors in advance, (I have proof-read but I have been restricted to one-handed work only). Please feel free to contribute and to push the boundries forwards. (Also, if used/reproduced elsewhere - an acknowledgement would be courteous)

2004

Queen: Jewels
Japan DVD EMI TOBW-3165
I Was Born To Love You (2004 Video version), We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, Don’t Stop Me Now, Too Much Love Will Kill You, You’re My Best Friend, Under Pressure, Radio Ga Ga, Somebody To Love, Killer Queen, Another One Bites The Dust, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Flash, Show Must Go On, Bohemian Rhapsody
Bonus Track
I’m Going Slightly Mad
Let Me Live (Photo Gallery)

Queen: Greatest Karaoke Hits
Japan DVD Parlophone TOBW - 3174
Bohemian Rhapsody, You’re My Best Friend, Somebody To Love, Tie Your Mother Down, We Are The Champions, We Will Rock You, Spread Your Wings, Bicycle Race, Fat Bottomed Girls, Don’t Stop Me Now, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Save Me, Play The Game, Another One Bites The Dust, Flash, Keep Yourself Alive, A Kind Of Magic, Under Pressure, Radio Ga Ga, I Want It All, I Want To Break Free, It’s A Hard Life, Breakthru, Who Wants To Live Forever, Miracle, I’m Going Slightly Mad, Invisible Man, Hammer To Fall, Friends Will Friends, Show Must Go On, One Vision
DVD Bonus Tracks:
These Are The Days Of Our Lives, Heaven For Everyone, A Winter’s Tale, I Was Born To Love You (2004 Video version)

Queen: Unreleased, Rockline – We Will Rock You, Radio Interview, Las Vegas, 23 June 2004
Brian May/Roger Taylor: We Will Rock You Interview

OST - We Will Rock You Cast: Unreleased, Dominion Theatre, London, 17 April 2004
Recorded 2004/
Gavin Taylor Video Shoot
Both Matinee (though more of a camera rehearsal) and Evening performances were filmed for possible future DVD release.
Brian May performed Bohemian Rhapsody with the OST at the end of each show.
Bohemian Rhapsody Brian May + We Will Rock You: London Cast

OST - We Will Rock You Cast: Madrid, 1 October 2003
Recorded 2003 / Released 2004
Recorded: 1 October 2003, Madrid
Released: 3 May 2004
CD 1: OST Madrid Cast
Innuendo, Radio Ga Ga, I want To Break Free (Yo Quiero Salir), Somebody To Love (Un Poco De Amor), Killer Queen, Play The Game, Under Pressure, A Kind Of Magic (Cuestion De Magia), I Want It All (Quiero Algo Mas), Headlong (Sin Control), No One But You (Solo Por Ti), Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Algo Loco Es El Amor), Ogre Battle, One Vision, Who Wants to Live Forever (Por Quien Vivir Por Siempre), Flash, Seven Seas Of Rhye (Nirvana), Hammer To Fall (Ya Se Acabo), Don't Stop Me Now, Another One Bites The Dust (El Polvo To Morderas), These Are The Days Of Our Lives (Los Dulces Dias De Ayer), We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, We Will Rock You - Fast Version (Saludos), Bohemian Rhapsody
CD 2: Bonus Disc
No One But You: Solo Por Ti (Long version) Queen & Eva Maria
No One But You: Solo Por Ti (Short version) Queen & Eva Maria
No One But You: Solo Por Ti (Video version) Eva Maria
Bohemian Rhapsody (Imagenes Del Musical)

OST - We Will Rock You Cast: Unreleased, Madrid Press Conference Promotion, 3 May 2004
CD: OST (Spanish version) We Will Rock You Press Conference Promotion: 3 May 2005, Calderon Theatre, Madrid.
Brian performed Bohemian Rhapsody with the Madrid cast in front of an invited audience of Spanish fans.
Brian also made some Spanish TVE promotional appearances.
Bohemian Rhapsody Brian May + We Will Rock You: Madrid Cast

OST - We Will Rock You Cast: Unreleased, Premiere, Las Vegas, 8 September 2004
OST – We Will Rock You: American debut 8 September 2004 at Paris, Las Vegas

Queen: Unreleased, Russian Music Awards, Rehearsals, Moscow, 15 October 2004
Russian Music Awards Ceremony Rehearsals, SKP, RMA OST - We Will Rock You
15 October 2004, State Kremlin Pal


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Posted: 19 Jul 05, 13:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Brian May: Spiderman II OST
Someone To Die For
Released 21 June 2004, Interscope records.
Brian May features guitar on Someone To Die For with Jimmy Gnecco
Vindicated - Dashboard Confession
Ordinary - Train
Did You - Hoobastank
Hold On - Jet
Gifts And Curses - Yellocard
Woman - Maroon 5
This Photograph Is Proof (I Know You) - Taking Back Sunday
Give It Up - Midtown
Lucky You - Lost Prophets
Who Am I - Smile Empty Soul
The Night The Lights Went Out In NYC - The Ataris
We Are - Ana
Someone To Die For - Jimmy Gnecco (Feat Brian May)
Spidey Suite - Danny Elfman
Doc Oc Suite - Danny Elfman

Brian May and Zucchero: Unreleased, Live Royal Albert Hall, London, 6 May 2004
Il Mare, Mama, Il Mare (encore)

Brain May: Unreleased, Virgin Radio Superstars, 4 April 2004
Virgin Radio Superstars: Brian May Special

Brian May: Unreleased, Stardate, June 2004
Brian May – Stardate Interview

Brian May: Unreleased, Radio Interview, 4 April 2004
Brian May Interview

Katie Melua: On The Road Again, Fairfields Hall, Croydon, 18 March 2004
Recorded 2004/ Released 2005
Recorded: 18 March 2004, Croydon Fairfields Hall
Recorded: 19 March 2005, Fancourt, South Africa, 19 March 2005
Released: 4 July 2005
UK DVD
Disc 1: Complete Croydon Fairfields Hall Concert
Faraway Voice, Call Off The Search, Crawling Up A Hill, Blame It On The Moon, Spiders Web, Thank You Stars, My Aphrodisiac Is You, Learning The Blues, Belfast (Penguins & Cats), Downstairs To The Sun, Lilac Wine, Love Cats, Jack The Lad, Mockingbird Song, I Think It's Gonna Rain Today, Tiger In The Night, Shirt If A Ghost, The Closest Thing To Crazy, I Put A Spell On You, Anniversary Song
Disc 2: 46664 Concert, Fancourt, South Africa, 19 March 2005
Featuring Brian May: Guest guitarist on Too Much Love Will Kill You
On 19 March 2005 Katie was invited to perform at Nelson Mandela's 46664 concert at Fancourt South Africa, the full set is reproduced here. (Including Katie's meeting with Nelson Mandela and her performance as a Queen vocalist on the song Too Much Love Will Kill You)

Ian Hunter And The Rant Band: Just Another Night: Astoria, London, 28 May 2004
Recorded 2004/ Released 2005
UK DVD Secret Films SMA DVD214X
Ian Hunter recorded live, Astoria, London, 28th of May 2004.
Featuring Brian May: Guest guitarist on All The Way From Memphis
Rest In Peace, Rock 'N' Roll Queen, Once Bitten Twice Shy, Twisted Steel, I Wish I Was Your Mother, Knees Of My Heart, 23A Swan Hill, Irene Wilde, The Truth, The Whole Truth, Nuthin' But The Truth, Rollerball, Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square, Roll Away The Stone, Saturday Gigs, All The Young Dudes, The Journey, Dead Man Walkin', Just Another Night, Cleveland Rocks, Michael Picasso, Standin' In My Light, All The Way From Memphis (Featuring Brian May)

The Strat Pack: Live In Concert, Wembley Arena, 24 Sept 2004
Recorded 2004/ Released 2005
UK DVD EREDV464
In Autumn 2004 an all-star line up of some of the world's greatest guitarists gathered at London's Wembley Arena to celebrate the 50th birthday of the Fender Stratocaster guitar.
Peggy Sue - The Crickets, Albert Lee and Brian May
Maybe Baby - The Crickets, Albert Lee and Brian May
I Fought The Law - The Crickets, Albert Lee and Brian May
Oh Boy - The Crickets, Albert Lee and Brian May
That'll Be The Day - The Crickets, Albert Lee and Brian May
The Rise And Fall Of Flingel Bunt - Hank Marvin
Sleepwalk - Hank Marvin
Apache - Hank Marvin
I'm On My Way - Theresa Andersson
Country Boy - Albert Lee and Theresa Andersson
How Long - Mike Rutherford and Paul Carrack
All Along The Watchtower - Mike Rutherford and Paul Carrack
While My Guitar Gently Weeps - Mike Rutherford and Paul Carrack
I Can't Dance - Mike Rutherford and Paul Carrack
Red House - Gary Moore
Angel - Jamie Cullum
Stronger Than Me - Amy Winehouse
Muddy Water Blues - Paul Rodgers
Drinking - Paul Rodgers featuring Jasm


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Posted: 19 Jul 05, 13:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"Queen - We Will Rock You: Unreleased, After Show Party, Moscow, 17 October 2004
Queen: We Will Rock You OST after show party, Kremlin Palace
Filmed by MTV and NTV Russia"

...and by Centum Productions - production company of WWRY-Russia. It was filmed for proper TV show, but have never be shown.

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Posted: 19 Jul 05, 14:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Serry: ...and by Centum Productions - production company of WWRY-Russia. It was filmed for proper TV show, but have never be shown.

THANKS.

Thanks for this info, and for all the other bits of Russian "inside" information. These threads would be all the poorer without your contributions.





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Posted: 19 Jul 05, 15:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Unreleased Roger Taylor with the SAS Band performing live December 6th, 2004 in the Clapham Grand, London
in aid of the Rainbow Trust children's charity

Radio Ga Ga (Roger vocals)
Under Pressure (Roger and Chris Thompson vocals)
Rock And Roll (Roger vocals)
We Will Rock You (Roger drums)
We Are The Champions (Roger drums)
Alle The Way (Roger joins vocals)



Unreleased WWRY Aftershow Party in the Flora, Cologne December 12th, 2004

01. Tie Your Mother Down (Brian & Brigitte Oelke on vocals)
02. I'm In Love With My Car (Roger on vocals)
03. The Show Must Go On (Alex Melcher on vocals)
04. Little Wing (Brian on Vocals)
05. Don't Stop Me Now (Michaela Kovarikova on vocals)
06. Sleeping on the Sidewalk (Brian on vocals)
07. Rock And Roll (Roger on vocals)
08. With a Little Help from My Friends (WWRY cast on vocals)

(setlist copied from www.queenconcerts.com)

According to queenconcerts.com Roger performed another concert with the SAS Band in November 2004 in Copenhagen, check it out:)


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Posted: 19 Jul 05, 19:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

YV: Yet again your contributions are thankfully received, and I have edited the original thread accordingly.

The problem is that not all concert bootlegs are readilly available, and I suggest that for live material, there is no better resource than Martin's Queenconcerts.com, but this is an "Ultimate Collection", so if tapes do exist, then they may well be worth searching for.

Hopefully, these threads give us all something to look for.


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Posted: 20 Jul 05, 02:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Excellent work by all. Thanks! One question....Has anyone heard either of the two performances of Don't Stop Me Now? Did Roger play drums on either, or on both? It was always a favorite of mine, and a modern day performance, with Bri on guitar and Roger on drums would be a gift indeed.


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Posted: 23 Jul 05, 03:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

sweden_man wrote:

what on earth do ZDF, SKP, RMA, and OST stand for?


ZDF - Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (something like Second German Television Service I think)

SKP - State Kremlin Palace

RMA - Russian Music Awards

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Posted: 23 Jul 05, 05:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Just a little correction: it was not the SAS Band performing in the Flora, Cologne - it was the German musical cast. Spike Edney was there but as far as I remember he did not perform, it was the band of the German musical.


OST means Original Sound Track


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Posted: 28 Jul 05, 13:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

An addition and a couple questions:

2004-09-05 Brian May "Guitarded" - BBC Radio 1

Questions:

John S Stuart wrote:


Brain May: Unreleased, Virgin Radio Superstars, 4 April 2004
Virgin Radio Superstars: Brian May Special

Brian May: Unreleased, Radio Interview, 4 April 2004
Brian May Interview


Duplicate entries or two different interviews?

John S Stuart wrote:


Roger Taylor: Unreleased, rockradio.com Interview, 21 Nov 2004
Roger Taylor rockradio.com, Internet Radio Interview


I have this dated 2004-10 since I think it was recorded around the time of the Cologne WWRY. Is Nov 21 the day it was broadcast? I can't remember when or where I got this.






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I am not happy that you have a copy of "Little Wing" from Sydney !!! This is a PRIVATE performance.....


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We don't have a copy, we just share information:)



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+ I Was Born to Love You (SFB remix)
Cat.num.: SFBREMIX007
Released: August 10th 2004
6 min 11 secs (though sleeve says it's 6:12)

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Posted: 24 Aug 06, 15:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Simon Croft wrote:

I am not happy that you have a copy of "Little Wing" from Sydney !!! This is a PRIVATE performance.....


Oh chill out already.

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Michael Allred wrote:

Simon Croft wrote:

I am not happy that you have a copy of "Little Wing" from Sydney !!! This is a PRIVATE performance.....


Oh chill out already.


I think it is fair that somebody who took part in the private performance may be upset if a recording of it was in circulation.

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PieterMC wrote:

Michael Allred wrote:

Simon Croft wrote:

I am not happy that you have a copy of "Little Wing" from Sydney !!! This is a PRIVATE performance.....


Oh chill out already.


I think it is fair that somebody who took part in the private performance may be upset if a recording of it was in circulation.


Unless somebody's making money off of it, I see no real cause to get bitchy about it.

Besides, how do I know that's REALLY Simon Croft and not his father pretending to be him?

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Jason Amm a.k.a. Solvent released in 2004 two 12" singles named "Radio Ga Ga", first one of them contains track calling "Radio Goo Goo".

Radio Ga Ga Pt 1 - released January 20th 2004 (on Ghosty International, though my copies came from Suction Records label)
My Radio (Extended Mix)
My Radio (Perspects Cut-Up Mix)
My Radio (Schneider TM Mustanng Remake)
For You (Lowfish Remix)
Radio Goo Goo

Radio Ga Gag Pt 2
For You (Extended Mix)
My Radio (Mitgang Audio Remix)
My Radio (Legowelt's Remix)
For You (ISAN's Remix)
Poly Ensemble

My Radio tracks contains something close to samples from Radio Ga Ga, but I ain't expert in such things, so...

"Don't let the title of the two remix EPs simultaneously released by Suction Records-founding guru Jason Amm, aka Solvent, fool you. You'll find no glacially hypnotic synthpop covers of old Queen classics redefined for ecstatic noveau disco fiends still reeling over the hot heat of Scissor Sisters's raunchy electrofied take on Pink Floyd's "Comfortably Numb".

The EP does perhaps wield an aesthetic and lyrical kinship with the 1984 classic Freddie Mercury lament, but Solvent's latest, thankfully, reaches further than the dull comfort of a novelty single.

The title actually refers to the year-old Solvent track "My Radio", one of the many highlights off Ghostly International Records' excellent neo electro smorgasbord "Tangent Noveau." On that compilation, Solvent shocked his loyal listeners by investing in something that he had previously not attempted on his three previous studio albums: vocals.

Sure, those vocals were done with a vocoder, but for Solvent, the change was revolutionary. The premature posturing for Warp Records executives that filled his first two albums had been completely dropped and the man was now free to focus completely on magnanimously gorgeous synthpop. It was only fitting that he should mark this transitional phase with a love song to his radio, yearning for the days when his heroes in Yaz, OMD, and the Human League could be heard with regularity across the airwaves. In "You've changed", a genuinely perturbed Asimov robot sings.

Solvent followed the song with a contribution to the Morr Music Slowdive tribute "Blue Skied an' Clear", a cover of the legendary dreampop ensemble's "When The Sun Hits." Competing against a separate cover by indie darlings Múm, Solvent fired up an achingly melancholy track that owed much of its appeal to its fragile, organic and subtly inflected robot intonations. For those that think a robot cannot make you cry, I suggest you get your hands on this track and DMX Krew's "The Glass Room".

Solvent appears to be laying the groundwork for his much awaited follow-up to 2001's "Solvent City". Since the time of that last full-length release, the electronic musical landscape has increasingly swayed in Solvent's favor - with practically no recognition being directed his way. Unfortunately, electroclash too absolved the mutant android voice to the point where it has come to be seen as a cliché within the genre. European and urban American DJs have coopted the sonic device as an automatic dancefloor hook. Popularized by 1980s electrofunk and early hip-hop, the now omnipresent low-end vocoder vocal heard in cuts like Debasser's "Fat Girls" is the arbiter of much Zapp and Roger styled mindless boogie, and very little soul.

Anyone familiar with Solvent's back catalogue will find this no cause for alarm whatsoever. With his new romantic sensibilities and his first-class grasp of melody, Amm's decidedly loyal penchant for the timeless ensures that he and the six remixers that appear on these thematically bonded releases stay the hell away from anything resembling disposability.

"My Radio" gets the royal treatment by Solvent's contemporaries in the form of some succulent new wav

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L5
Album: Le live
Released on February 12th 2004 (on Mercury Records Ltd)

Track 4: The Show Must Go on (4:23)

Live cover of the song with lead female vocal.

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+ cover
Hayseed Dixie
Super Size Me OST
Released on December 14th 2004.

Track 4: Fat Bottomed Girls (3:08)

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Posted: 07 Sep 06, 11:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yes it's me again, sorry.

+ cover
Lucia Micarelli
Album: Music from A Farther Room
Released on December 22nd 2004 by Warner Bros.

Track 12: Nocturne and Bohemian Rhapsody (4:58)

"...Micarelli's playing [she's violinist - Serry] is emotional without being overreaching, assertive when called upon, and nuanced. When she does over-the-top pop on Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody", it's brief but fun...".

Not so funny, to be honest, but interesting. Bo Rhap's part is about 1 min only from the whole track.