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Posted: 29 Jun 06, 23:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sorry, maybe this is not the best place for this, but i want to ask to the best collectors (Mr. Scully, YourValentine, Riku, etc.) about a recording.

I found this recording, on this link: http://www.queencollector.com/Newlive/index.htm and contains the following tracks:

THE GAME IN BALTIMORE
Good Audience Recording
8/23/80 in Baltimore, Ohio
DISC 1

1) Introduction / Jailhouse Rock
2) We Will Rock You (fast)
3) Let Me Entertain You
4) Play The Game
5) Mustapha
6) Death On Two Legs
7) Killer Queen
8) I'm In Love With My Car
9) Get Down Make Love
10) You're My Best Friend
11) Save Me
12 Another One Bites The Dust

DISC 2

13) Now I'm Here
14) Fat Bottomed Girls
15) Love Of My Life
16) Keep Yoursel Alive
17) Drum Solo / Brighton Rock
18) Crazy Little Thing Called Love

I don't trust on Trancer, but it this recording real?...

I'm waiting for your answers.

P.S: Here is the cover made by Trancer.

Attachment: Baltimore80.jpeg 12 KB
This has been downloaded 42 time(s).



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Posted: 30 Jun 06, 00:26 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Well, I only have one thing to add the the subject...

Baltimore is in Maryland...

Where'd Trancer get the info it was from Ohio??

And the setlist is IDENTICAL to a concert in Providence during the same year...


26.08.1980 - Queen in Civic Centre, Providence, Rhode Island, USA

01. 1:10 Intro
02. 1:46 Jailhouse Rock
03. 2:51 We Will Rock You fast
04. 3:00 Let Me Entertain You
05. 4:39 Play The Game
06. 2:55 Mustapha
07. 3:05 Death On Two Legs
08. 2:01 Killer Queen
09. 2:08 I'm In Love With My Car
10. 5:35 Get Down, Make Love
11. 3:01 You're My Best Friend
12. 4:00 Save Me
13. 3:28 Another One Bites The Dust
14. 7:01 Now I'm Here
Vocal Improvisation
15. 2:51 Dragon Attack
16. 1:41 Now I'm Here reprise
17. 5:37 Fat Bottomed Girls
18. 3:41 Love Of My Life
19. 3:24 Keep Yourself Alive
Drum solo
20. 12:33 Guitar solo
Brighton Rock finale
21. 3:25 Crazy Little Thing Called Love

Length: 79:53
Comment: Average quality, incomplete show. It's a typical show from this tour with the exception of Another One Bites The Dust which was played surprisingly early in the show.

Clicks between tracks: none



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'Tis a fake.

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Posted: 30 Jun 06, 01:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Probably a fake, but Trancer also have Providence 1980...


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Posted: 30 Jun 06, 06:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Baltimore is indeed fake. Be aware!


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Posted: 30 Jun 06, 10:39 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

mmmmmmmmm...apparently he also has a soundboard recording of yokohama 30.10.05


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Posted: 30 Jun 06, 15:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Actually, there is a Baltimore in Ohio, but I highly doubt that's where this concert took place. :D


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Posted: 30 Jun 06, 21:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yeah, the Baltimore bootleg is definitely a fake.

Trancer is a complete rip-off, but no need for anyone to go on the umpteenth rant. I'm sure people can figure it out for themselves.


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Posted: 01 Jul 06, 03:28 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Baltimore 1980 = Providence 1980.

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Posted: 01 Jul 06, 14:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr. Scully wrote:

Baltimore 1980 = Providence 1980.


Thanks Martin ;)


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Posted: 01 Feb 07, 20:39 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I was at Baltimore in 1980 and remember Bohemian Rhapsody (not on the list) with all 4 members leaving the smoke filled stage briefly and playing a tape of the harmony section.

In fact, I took a job with security just to be in the building but to my great joy I was assigned to guard the front center part of the stage that projected about 5 feet out. I watched every May and Mercury solo's at the base of their feet. I was half expecting Freddie to spit on me but he did not. Just before the encore he invited the crowd down to the stage and I was nearly crushed.

Thanks,

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