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John S Stuart
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Posted: 02 Aug 06, 13:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I know this is a very, very long shot, but, I am looking for 'Face It Alone', and some of the other Queen studio demos which surfaced earlier this year. (Roger/Freddie's 'Fun In Space', 'Victory' etc...).

I know that this may SEEM like a tall order, but, these tracks ARE currently ‘working the rounds’, and inevitably will be made publicly available sooner or later. I guess I am just too impatient to wait for that day to arrive.

So, I fail to see the point of sitting on these demos now, when in return, I am willing to upload FLAC versions of all the BBC sessions for everyone to share, while keeping 'the donor's' promise of anonymity and exclusivity intact.
For the donor, s/he would also benefit from the quality of the FLAC downloads.

From my view-point, it is a situation whereby everyone in Queenzone wins – but is there anyone in here willing to take that anonymous first step?




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Posted: 03 Aug 06, 16:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

John S Stuart wrote:

I know this is a very, very long shot, but, I am looking for 'Face It Alone', and some of the other Queen studio demos which surfaced earlier this year. (Roger/Freddie's 'Fun In Space', 'Victory' etc...).

I know that this may SEEM like a tall order, but, these tracks ARE currently ‘working the rounds’, and inevitably will be made publicly available sooner or later. I guess I am just too impatient to wait for that day to arrive.

So, I fail to see the point of sitting on these demos now, when in return, I am willing to upload FLAC versions of all the BBC sessions for everyone to share, while keeping 'the donor's' promise of anonymity and exclusivity intact.
For the donor, s/he would also benefit from the quality of the FLAC downloads.

From my view-point, it is a situation whereby everyone in Queenzone wins – but is there anyone in here willing to take that anonymous first step?



Hear! Hear! well said John.


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