Ultimate Collection: 1983
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)
Brian May: Star Fleet Project
UK CD - EMI SFLT 1078061
Recorded: Record Plant, Los Angeles
Released: UK 31 October 1983
Musicians: Brian May, Eddie Van Halen, Phil Chen, Brian Getzer, Fred Mandel
Album Complete Version 8:05 - EMI SFLT 1078061
7" Edit 4:12 - EMI 5436
7" "Son Of Star Fleet" 4:35 - EMI 5436
7” US Edit 3:07 - Capitol SPRO-9008
Promotional Video - Unreleased: Home Video
Let Me Out
Album Version 7:15 - EMI SFLT 1078061
Album Version 12:51 - EMI SFLT 1078061
Heavy Pettin': Letting Loose
Produced by Brian May/Mack, Townhouse Studios, May 1983.
In And Out Of Love
Love On The Run
Love Times Love
Victims Of The Night
7” Edit Version
Shout It Out
Devil In Her Eyes
Hell Is Beautiful
Album/ 12” Version
Roll The Dice
Jeffery Osborne: Stay With Me Tonight
Recorded: Early 1983, at the Mad Hatter Studios, LA.
Released August 1983.
Brian May played on two tracks, Stay With Me Tonight, and Two Wrongs Don’t Make A Right.
UK 1983 LP - A&M AMLX 64940
UK CD - A&M CD 3337
UK CD - A&M CDA 64940
Don’t You Get So Mad, We’re Going All The Way, Stay With Me Tonight, Greatest Love Affair, Plane Love, Other Side Of The Car, I’ll Make Believe, When Are You Coming Back, Forever Mine, Two Wrongs Don’t Make A Right
Stay With Me Tonight
Jeffery Osborne Soul Mix
Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right
(Brian May Guitars)
Man Friday And Jive Junior: Picking Up Sounds
Written by Man Friday, John Deacon & Robert Ahwai.
Produced by John Deacon & Robert Ahwai.
Bass, John Deacon.
12/7” A-side Version - Malaco MAL 1211 – 12”
12/7” Radio Mix Version - Malaco MAL 011 – 7”
Freddie Mercury/ Michael Jackson: Unreleased, Recording Session
Recorded 1983, Michael’s home “Neverland” Studio.
There Must Be More To Life Than This later donated to Queen archive by Michael Jackson.
State Of Shock released by Michael Jackson & Mick (in LA at the time) Jagger as a 7” (Epic A4431)
State Of Shock - Unreleased: Home Mini-Disc
There Must Be More To Life Than This - Unreleased: Home Mini-Disc
Victory - Unreleased:
Victory (Queen Backing Vocals Version) - Unreleased: 2001 Convention
John Deacon: Unreleased, Home Recording Session
Rehearsal studio session: John Deacon, Scott Gorham, Simon Kirke, Martin Chambers, Mick Ralphs, along with tennis players John McEnroe and Vitas Gerulaitas.
Studio Jam - Unreleased:
Robert Plant: Unreleased, Television Broadcast
Tube C4 Unscreened Television Broadcast - Unreleased:
It was during Pop Quiz Roger met Robert Plant, who had been asked to perform a couple of tracks on The Tube. He asked Roger if he would accompany him as drummer for the session. The programme was pre-recorded for broadcast but was never shown.
Brian May: BBC Radio One Guitar Greats Alexis Korner Interview, 3 April 1983
BBC Radio One rockumentary. Brian May interview and music. Transcription: Guitar Greats, John Tobler & Stuart Grundy, BBC Publications 1983
"We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars" Oscar Wilde.