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Ultimate Collection: 1994

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 boundaries forwards. (Also, if used/reproduced elsewhere - an acknowledgement would be courteous)

1994

Brian May: Rise Of The Robots PC Game
Recorded 1992 – 1994/ Released 1994
UK CD-ROM - Mirage
Brian May re-wrote some 1992 Back To The Light Tracks, as well as recording special incidental music and sound effects. Released also as a limited edition Director’s cut CD featuring various stills, animations and out-takes.

Brian May: Live Brixton Academy CD, 15 June 1993
Recorded 1993/ Released 1994
Recorded: Brixton Academy, London on 15th June 1993
Released: UK 7February 1994
UK CD - Parlophone CDPCSD-150
Brian May: Vocals/guitar
Jamie Moses: Guitar/vocals
Neil Murray: Bass
Spike Edney: Keyboards
Cozy Powell: Drums
Cathy Porter: Vocals
Shelley Preston: Vocals
Edited version of concert. Witheld track, Dream Is Over (John Lennon). Omitted due to copyright reasons.
Back To The Light, Driven By You, Tie Your Mother Down, Love Token, Headlong, Love Of My Life, '39/Let Your Heart Rule Your Head, Too Much Love Will Kill You, Since You've Been Gone, Now I'm Here, Guitar Extravagance, Resurrection, Last Horizon, We Will Rock You, Hammer To Fall

Brian May: Unreleased, Live QIFC Xmas Party, 17 December 1994
Only Make Believe - Unreleased: Home Min-Disc
Tie Your Mother Down (Country) - Unreleased: Home Mini-Disc

Roger Taylor: Happiness
UK CD - Parlophone CDPCSD 157
Recorded: Cosford Mill (UK) & One On One Recording (USA)
Released: 9 Sept 1994 (UK)
Produced: Roger Taylor
Co. Produced & Engineered: Joshua J Macrae
All tracks composed by Roger Taylor
Foreign Sand composes by Taylor & Yoshki
Guitar: Jason Falloon, Jim Cregan
Bass: Phil Spalding, Phil Chen
Piano & Keyboards: Mike Crossley
Programming: Joshua Macrae, Brad Buxer & Geoff Grace
String arrangement: Dick Marx
Backing vocals: Catherine Porter:
Cover Concept: Roger Taylor & Richard Gray

Nazi's 1994
CD 2:30 Version - Parlophone CDPCSD 157
CDS Single 2:39 - Parlophone CDR 6379
CDS Radio 3:24 Mix - Parlophone CDR 6379
CDS Kick 4:25 Mix - Parlophone CDR 6379
CDS Schindler's Mix 4:21 Extended - Parlophone CDR 6379
CDS Makita 3:54 Mix Extended - Parlophone CDR 6379
CDS Big Science 4:00 Mix - Parlophone CDR 6379
MTV Banned 2:28 Promo Video - MTV Video Sound Download
Promotional Video "Censored" - Unreleased: Home Video

Happiness
CD 3:19 Version - Parlophone CDPCSD 157
Promotional Video - Unreleased: Home Video

Revelations
CD 3:42 Version - Parlophone CDPCSD 157

Touch The Sky
CD 5:04 Version - Parlophone CDPCSD 157

Foreign Sand
CD 6:53 Version - Parlophone CDPCSD 157
CDS/ 7” Single 4:30 Edit
Promotional Video - Unreleased: Home Video

Freedom Train
GB IQFC convention Nov 2004: Unreleased Freedom Train (Queen version). Started as a Queen track eventually ending up on Roger Taylor’s Happiness album.
CD 6:11 Version - Parlophone CDPCSD 157
Queen Version - Unreleased

'You Had To Be There'
CD 2:55 Version - Parlophone CDPCSD 157

Key
CD 4:24 Version - Parlophone CDPCSD 157

Everybody Hurts Sometime
CD 2:52 Version - Parlophone CDPCSD 157

Loneliness...
CD 2:25 Version - Parlophone CDPCSD 157

Dear Mr. Murdoch
CD 4:18 Version - Parlophone CDPCSD 157
Japanese CD Promo (Withdrawn) - 4:33

Old Friends
CD 3:32 Version - Parlophone CDPCSD 157
Viva Jam Special Video - Unreleased: Home Video

Final Destination
Roger Taylor/Yoshiki Japan 5:25 - Parlophone CDPCSD 157

Roger Taylor/Yoshiki: Unreleased, Live Great Music Experience, Nara, Japan
Sheffield Surrenders Bootleg CD
Foreign Sand
Roger Taylor Drums For Bon Jovi

Roger Taylor: Live, Mick R


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Brian May/ Bon Jovi: Unreleased, Live Brit Awards Ceremony, 14 February 1994
Broadcast Live 14th February 1994. ITV Brit Awards.
Sleep When I'm Dead - Unreleased: Home Video
(Brian May Guitar)

Brian May: Unreleased, Live A Night Of One Hundred Guitars, 26 June 1994
Brian May plays along with Paul Rodgers
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl, A Little Bit of Love, Let Me Love You Baby, Hunter, Bad Company, All Right Now, Going Down The Crossroads

Brian May/ Meatloaf: Unreleased, Live, 5 December 1994
We Will Rock You
Rock 'n Roll Medley
(Brian May Guitar)

Os Paralamas Do Sucesso: Severino
Recorded 1993/ Released 1994
Brazil CD - EMI 829405 2
Argentina Dos Margaritas CD
Released Jan 1994
Nao Me Estrague O Dai, Navegar Impreciso, Varal, Requiem Do Pequeno, Vamo Bate Lata, El Vampiro Bajo El Sol, Musico, Dos Margaritas, O Rio Severino, Cagaco, O Amor Dorme, Go Back, Casi Un Segundo
El Vampiro Bajo El Sol
(Brian May Guitar)

Eddie Kramer: In From The Storm
Recorded 1994/ Released 1995
UK CD - BMG Music 09026 – 68233-2
Recorded August 1994 – June 1995.
Brian May vocals lead and guitar One Rainy Wish.
Neil Murray Bass,
Cozy Powell Drums.
Co-produced by Brian May.
Recorded at Brian’s home studio, by Eddie Kramer and Justin Shirley-Smith.
And The Gods Made Love, Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland), Rainy Dream Away, Wind Cries Mary, Spanish Castle Magic, Little Wing, In From The Storm, Drifting, Bold As Love, Burning Of The Midnight Lamp, Purple Haze, One Rainy Wish

Jennifer Rush: Out Of My Hands
German CD - Electrola 724303 112623
Recorded and released 1994. Produced and arranged by Jurgen Fritz. Engineered and mixed by Herald Lepshies at Moarweg Studios (EMI) Cologne. Published by Queen Music Ltd/ EMI Music Ltd. Guitars arranged and performed by Brian May. Vocals Jennifer Rush and Brian May.
Tears In The Rain, Out Of My Hands, In The Arms Of Love, Fortress, Shocked, Who Wants To Live Forever, Untouchable, Only Heaven Knows, Crazy ‘bout You, Cry Baby, Nights In White Satin
Who Wants To Live Forever
(Brian May Guitar And Vocals)

Green Peace: Alternative NRG CD
Recorded 1993/ Released 1994
US CD - Hollywood 74321 180912
Recorded April 1993, using solar energy. Track six: Soundgarden/Brian May.
Drive - REM
Ring The Bells - James
Until The End Of The World - U2
Tell Me The Truth - Midnight Oil
Everyday Life Has Become A Health Risk - Disposable heroes of Hiphopriscy
New Damage - Soundgarden/ Brian May
New Kind Of Kick - Jesus And Mary Chain
Sing Our Song - UB40
Cold - Annie Lennox
Looking Through Patient Eyes - P.M. Dawn
Sweetmeat - Soup Dragons
Search And Destroy - EMF
Yolngu Boy - Yothu Vindi
J.C. - Sonic Youth
Fam Bam - Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E
Shit List - L7
Soundgarden: New Damage
(Brian May Guitar)

Cover Artists: Synthesizer Rock Orchestra – Plays Queen Classic Trax CD
UK CD - Tring CTX 003
Bohemian Rhapsody, radio Ga Ga, Show Must Go On, You’re My Best Friend, One Vision, I Want To Break Free, We Are The Champions, I Want It All, Breakthru, I’m Going Slightly Mad, It’s A Kind Of Magic, Crazy Little Thing Called Love,

Cover Artists: Premier Session Musicians - Salute To Queen
UK CD - Hallmark 303012
Released 1996 – No other production or artist info
I Want To Break Free, Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy, Bicycle Race, Spread Your Wings, A Kind Of Magic, You’re My Best Friend, Under Pressure, Another One Bites The Dust, Radio Ga Ga, We Are The Champions, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Flash, It’s A Hard Life, I Want It All, Innuendo, Don’t Stop Me Now, One Vision, Somebody To Love, Bohemian Rhapsody


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Posted: 01 Sep 05, 16:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Nazis 1994 Schindler's Mix - Extended Vocal Up from 12" acetate. Though it's the same as Schindler's Mix - Extended according to my own site and to Ron's QueenPictureHall.

Happiness live at Maurizio Costanzo Show, TV (23/01/1995)

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Thanks as usual!! VERY INTERESTING INFO!

Two points:
1) Should the Cross version of Murdoch be included here as well as Queen´s Freedom Train?

2) The "Old Friends" VIVA special video was just footage from a live performance in Cologne if I´m not mistaken.

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Serry: Happiness live at Maurizio Costanzo Show, TV (23/01/1995) - What country was this from?

Nazis 1994 Schindler's Mix - Extended Vocal Up from 12" acetate. Though it's the same as Schindler's Mix Extended. (That's why I have not included this - as if you own one - you own the other).

Two Sharp Pencils: "Old Friends" VIVA special video was just footage from a live performance in Cologne...".

Essentially this is correct, but there was also other parts that featured bits from Freddie, The Great Pretender video, and other clips of Freddie & Roger, but the main thing, it was cut in a way to fit the track to make it a very emotional promo type video.

"Should the Cross version of Mr. Murdoch be included here as well as Queen´s Freedom Train?"

Queen's version of Freedom Train IS infact mentioned. The Cross' Mr Murdoch, as yet, (in spite of rumours) it has not been demonstrated that a full version exists. However, if it can be proven that it does exist, then ofcourse, I would be happy to include it.


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Posted: 01 Sep 05, 19:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

John S Stuart wrote:

Serry: Happiness live at Maurizio Costanzo Show, TV (23/01/1995) - What country was this from?

Nazis 1994 Schindler's Mix - Extended Vocal Up from 12" acetate. Though it's the same as Schindler's Mix Extended. (That's why I have not included this - as if you own one - you own the other).

Two Sharp Pencils: "Old Friends" VIVA special video was just footage from a live performance in Cologne...".

Essentially this is correct, but there was also other parts that featured bits from Freddie, The Great Pretender video, and other clips of Freddie & Roger, but the main thing, it was cut in a way to fit the track to make it a very emotional promo type video.

"Should the Cross version of Mr. Murdoch be included here as well as Queen´s Freedom Train?"

Queen's version of Freedom Train IS infact mentioned.


I know. :-) I should have said: "Should the Cross version of Mr. Murdoch be included here as well as Queen´s Freedom Train WAS?" :-) Sorry for the misunderstanding!

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Alex: With a name like "Maurizio Costanzo" - it could only be Italy - could it!

Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday Dear Alex,
Happy Birthday to you.

(You will just have to imagine Brian playing this as a fanfare on his red-special!).


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Brian May: Unreleased, Live A Night Of One Hundred Guitars, 26 June 1994
Brian May plays along with Paul Rodgers
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl, A Little Bit of Love, Let Me Love You Baby, Hunter, Bad Company, All Right Now, Going Down The Crossroads

DETAILS
Paul Rodgers - 06/26/1994 Wembley Arena, London, England
intro 0:30
Muddy Water Blues 5.03
Feel Like Makin' Love 5.22
Comment 0.15
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl* 3.58
Little Bit Of Love# 3.33
Mr. Big 4.50
Let Me Love You Baby# 4.51
The Hunter 4.18
Bad Company 6.01
All Right Now 5.31
Crossroads** 5.28


Paul Rodgers - Vocals
Andy Fraser - Bass
Ian Hatton - Guitar
*Brian May - Guitar
#Slash - Guitar
Jason Bonham - Drums
**Cozy Powell - Drums

Paul Rodgers - 02/09/1994 Forum, London, England, UK (In Bad Company)

Disc 1:
Travelin' Man 3.36
Louisiana Blues 4.24
Can't Get Enough 4.47
~Band Intros
Rolling Stone 8.28
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 7.24
Wishing Well 5.11 (w/ Simon Kirke)
Muddy Water Blues 6.11
Shooting Star 4.41
Seagull 6.14
Fiddle Solo 2.33
I'm Ready 3.49 (w/Brian May)

Disc 2:
Fire And Water 6.26
~Jason Bonham Drum Solo
Mr. Big 5.07
Feel Like Makin' Love 5.26
Little Bit Of Love 3.16
Stone Free/I Feel Free 6.41
The Hunter 5.55
--Encores (w/Brian May)--
Bad Company 5.32
All Right Now 8.57
Crossroads 6.11



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John S Stuart wrote:

Alex: With a name like "Maurizio Costanzo" - it could only be Italy - could it!


Yes. And you can find it on hangman's site:
http://www.hangman.it/multimedia/video/Roger%20Taylor%20-%20Happiness,%20Live%20at%20Maurizio%20Costanzo%20Show.mpg

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ROGER TAYLOR WE WILL ROCK YOU COCA COLA PROMO (LONDON, UK, 15/9/94) --/--/94 PROMO CD

ROGER TAYLOR & MORE MICK RONSON MEMORIAL CONCERT - H.APOLLO, LONDON, UK 29/04/94 ALBUM
Roger on all tracks: Come Up And See Me (Make Me Smile) (by Steve Harley), A Kind Of Magic (by Roger Taylor), Once Bitten Twice Shy (by Ian Hunter), Resurrection Mary (by Ian Hunter), Baba O'Riley (by Roger Daltrey);
Summertime Blues (by Roger Daltrey), Micheal Picasso (by Ian Hunter), All The Young Dudes (by Ian Hunter), Roger Taylor/Ian Hunter Interview (from 'Radio One')

ROGER TAYLOR & MORE THE GREAT MUSIC EXPERIENCE TADAIJI BUDDHIST TEMPLE, NAVA, JAPAN 22/05/94 VIDEO
Fly Into Your Dream (Kotei & Roger Taylor) (Incomplete), Foreign Sand (Roger Taylor, Yoshiki & Toshi), Bed Of Roses (Bon Jovi & Roger Taylor), Wanted Dead Or Alive (Bon Jovi & Roger Taylor), Finale (All Star Band feat. Roger Taylor)

PAUL RODGERS & B.MAY LIVE AT THE KENTISH TOWN FORUM, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM 09/02/94 BOOTLEG
I'm Ready, Bad Company, All Right Now, Going Down To The Crossroads

PAUL RODGERS & BRIAN LIVE AT THE MONTREUX
FESTIVAL 06/07/94
Allright Now, Down To The Crossroads, Hutch Cutch Baby

MEATLOAF & BRIAN MAY ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN LIVE AT WEMBLEY ARENA, LONDON, UK 05/12/94 VIDEO



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Steve Gregory's "Bushfire" album with John Deacon playing bass on "Bushfire" track... Wasn't it 1994 year release?

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Posted: 01 Oct 05, 20:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yes, Ineded Serry, that is quite correct. A very careless omission, and I am glad that you pointed this out.

Ofcourse, I should point out that this track does NOT feature on the Deakester's "Man From The Shadows" Cd!! ;-)

Steve Gregory: Bushfire

UK CD - LKJ Records LKJ CD011
Recorded and Mixed: Dennis Bovell, Sparkside Studio
Arranged: Steve Gregory, Dennis Bovell
Produced: Dennis Bovell
Executive Producer: Linton Kwesi Johnson
Assistant Engineers: Henry Holder, Paul Blake
Saxophones and Flutes: Steve Gregory
Bass: Dennis Bovell
Bass (Shrine): Kuma Harada
Bass (Bushfire): John Deacon
Guitar: (Tracks 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10) Robert Ahwai
Guitar: (Tracks 1, 4, 6, 9, 11) John Kpiaye
Keyboards: Henry Holder
Hammond Organ: (Tracks 5, 7, 11) Georgie Fame
Percussion: Jeffrey Scantlebury, Everald (Fan 1) Forrest, Dennis Bovell
Trumpet: Paul Spong, Eddie Thornton (Bushfire)
Trombone: Neil Sidwell
Photography: Veronia Deacon

Past Future, Cinco Rios, Santiago, Bushfire, East Of Aman, Undergrowth, Shrine, Oasis, Chasm, Paradise, Work-owt

Bushfire
(John Deacon Bass Guitar)



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For people who didn't noticed a little detail about Steve's album:
"Photography: Veronica Deacon" (!)

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Jennifer Rush: Out Of My Hands
German CD - Electrola 724303 112623
Recorded and released 1994. Produced and arranged by Jurgen Fritz. Engineered and mixed by Herald Lepshies at Moarweg Studios (EMI) Cologne. Published by Queen Music Ltd/ EMI Music Ltd. Guitars arranged and performed by Brian May. Vocals Jennifer Rush and Brian May.
Tears In The Rain, Out Of My Hands, In The Arms Of Love, Fortress, Shocked, Who Wants To Live Forever, Untouchable, Only Heaven Knows, Crazy ‘bout You, Cry Baby, Nights In White Satin
Who Wants To Live Forever
(Brian May Guitar And Vocals)

According to her official website, "Out Of My Hands" was released in 1995.


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Thanks again for the "Collections", John. Deeply appreciated. Please note the following minor adjusts I suggest (in capitals):

Os Paralamas Do Sucesso: Severino
...
Nao Me Estrague O DIA,
...
El Vampiro Bajo El Sol
(Brian May Guitar/BACKING VOCALS)

Cheers and all the best,

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Posted: 04 Nov 06, 17:44 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

M. wrote:

John S Stuart wrote:

Jennifer Rush: Out Of My Hands
German CD - Electrola 724303 112623
Recorded and released 1994. Produced and arranged by Jurgen Fritz. Engineered and mixed by Herald Lepshies at Moarweg Studios (EMI) Cologne. Published by Queen Music Ltd/ EMI Music Ltd. Guitars arranged and performed by Brian May. Vocals Jennifer Rush and Brian May.
Tears In The Rain, Out Of My Hands, In The Arms Of Love, Fortress, Shocked, Who Wants To Live Forever, Untouchable, Only Heaven Knows, Crazy ‘bout You, Cry Baby, Nights In White Satin
Who Wants To Live Forever
(Brian May Guitar And Vocals)

According to her official website, "Out Of My Hands" was released in 1995.


M: Good shout, but I hold in my hands a copy of the CD. The information I transcribed was from the actual sleeve. So if there is a contradiction, then I suggest that perhaps the website is wrong, as the artifact is stamped differently.

Nevertheless, a possible solution is that the disc was pressed in December 1994 and released in some territories in 1995.


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John S Stuart wrote:

Nevertheless, a possible solution is that the disc was pressed in December 1994 and released in some territories in 1995.

I agree, that's possibly (probably?) the solution. (Just for your information, the quote from www.jennifer-rush.com is as follows: "... 'Out Of My Hands' which is released in spring 1995.")


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+ cover

Artist: The Benzedrine Monks Of Santo Domonica
Album: Chantmania
Released by Rhino Entertainment Company in 1994

Track # 3: We Will Rock You (2:27)

Parody. In the Gregorian chant style, but still parody.