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Posted: 24 Nov 05, 12:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Queen's BBC Sessions
Queen recorded six sessions for BBC Radio One (usually for the Bob Harris's "Sound of the 70s" programme. All BBC sessions are described in the book "In Session Tonight, The Complete Radio 1 Recordings" by Ken Garner (ISBN 0-563-36452-1)


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Session 1
Recorded on 5th February 1973 at Langham 1 studio
Produced by Bernie Andrew
Engineered by John Etchells
Broadcast on John Peel's show on 15th February 1973
Released on the "Queen At The Beeb" album (called "Queen At The BBC" in North America)
"My Fairy King"
"Keep Yourself Alive"
"Doin' Alright"
"Liar"

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Session 2
Recorded on 25th July 1973 at Langham 1 studio
Produced by Jeff Griffin
Engineered by Chris Lycett and John Etchells
Broadcast on Bob Harris's show on 13th August 1973, except "Keep Yourself Alive" broadcast on 24th September 1973
Released: unreleased, but heavily bootlegged
"See What A Fool I've Been"
"Keep Yourself Alive"
"Liar"
"Son and Daughter"

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Session 3
Recorded on 3rd December 1973 at Langham 1 studio
Produced by Bernie Andrew
Engineered by Mike Franks and Nick Griffiths
Broadcast on John Peel's show on 6th December 1973
Released on the "Queen At The Beeb" album (called "Queen At The BBC" in North America)
"Ogre Battle" (the released version is edited, and has been shorn of its very extended introduction)
"Great King Rat"
"Modern Times Rock'n'Roll"
"Son And Daughter"

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Session 4
Recorded on 3rd April 1974 at Langham 1 studio
Produced by Pete Ritzema
Engineers unknown
Broadcast on Bob Harris's show on 15th April 1974
Released: unreleased
"Modern Times Rock'n'Roll"
"March Of The Black Queen"
"Nevermore"
"White Queen" [beautiful version featuring piano]

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Session 5
Recorded on 16th October 1974 at Maida Vale 4 studio
Produced by Jeff Griffith
Engineers unknown
Broadcast on Bob Harris's show on 4th November 1974
Released: unreleased
"Now I'm Here"
"Stone Cold Crazy"
"Flick Of The Wrist"
"Tenement Funster"

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Session 6
Recorded on 28th October 1977 at Maida Vale 4 studio
Produced by Jeff Griffith
Engineered by Mike Robinson
Broadcast on Alan Freeman's show the Saturday that the "News Of The World" album was released (maybe the 29th October)
Released: unreleased, but heavily bootlegged
"Spread Your Wings"
"It's Late" [featuring "Get Down Make Love"]
"My Melancholy Blues" [version featuring guitar]
"We Will Rock You (slow version)"
Reading from "Siddartha" by Herman Hesse
"We Will Rock You (fast version)"

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Posted: 24 Nov 05, 12:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sorry to be a prick but did you miss the search button?

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what do you mean?

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