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Posted: 25 Mar 06, 13:49 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I bought yesterday the new dvd and let me tell you, just beautiful i mean well put together. is woth day plus just cost me 13 bucks on fye. i wish they can do with all the albuns just nice to see everithing behind curtains , love it!! have a nice day guys. and keep yourself alive.


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Queen - The Making Of ANATO (Classic Album)
In 1975, Queen released what can only be described as one of the finest albums ever written. A Night At The Opera, Queens fourth studio album, was a cross pollination of musical genres that pushed all existing boundaries on what was considered the norm for a contemporary album and would catapult Queen into superstardom.

'Queen: The Making Of A Night At The Opera' tells the track by track story of the album through new interviews with Brian May, Roger Taylor and producer Roy Thomas Baker along with archive interviews with Freddie Mercury and contributions from photographer Mick Rock, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry and Ian Hunter from Mott The Hoople amongst others. Illustrated by classic live footage, much of it from the Hyde Park free concert in 1976, and in depth studio analysis the film gives an intimate portrait of the making of a true classic album and is a worthy addition to our acclaimed and highly successful Classic Albums series.

There are over 50 minutes of bonus footage including the following: Additional interviews and analysis of the tracks / Exclusive acoustic performances of '39' and 'Love Of My Life' by Brian May / Previously unreleased full live performance of 'Sweet Lady' from the Hyde Park free concert in 1976.

Bonus Footage:

Party Of The First Part - How the album got its title by Roger Taylor.
'39 - Full new acoustic performance by Brian May.
Half A Sonic Volcano - Roger Taylor gives his drum kit a work out.
Sweet Lady - Brian May introduces the full live performance from the Hyde Park free concert in 1976.
The Prophet's Song - A more in depth analysis by Brian May and Roy Thomas Baker intercut with live footage from the Hyde Park free concert.
Love Of My Life - Full track intercutting between a new acoustic performance by Brian May and a stadium performance by Brian and Freddie.
Bohemian Rhapsody - Kenny Everett talks about the first time he heard the song and Brian May, Roger Taylor and Roy Thomas Baker go into more detail about the construction of the song illustrated by clips from the video.
God Save The Queen - Brian May brings A Night At The Opera to a close.




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