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Posted: 12 Oct 06, 13:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Frist thank you for this webpage I have aways wonder what Queen live and I was able to get a show and it was very coool....

I have a few questions:
1) Whats is any is the best soundborad Queen show.
2) What is the best Video Bootleg that complete.
3) If I am looking for some shows may I request them
here ??
4) Is there Audio or video of Queen's live every
live gig as a group and how does it look and is
there's is video is there a DVD copy around ?
5) There a webpage that list know video or audio
live shows.
6) Are there any know demo or studio outtakes?
7) Thank you for this webpage I am new at the
Queen live stuff but its cool i can final here
what they sound like live.

Thank You For Your Time

Wilki Amieva user not visiting Queenzone.com
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Posted: 12 Oct 06, 14:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

1) That depend on your tastes.
2) Ditto.
3) NO!!! Use the 'Sharing The Music - Request' forum.
4) The first part of your question seems to ask if there is audio or video of every QUEEN concert. The answer to that is no, unfortunately. I could not make sense out of the second part of the question.
5) A task like that would require time from every fan around the world, so I guess that there is none. http://www.QUEENConcerts.com does a very good job, though!
6) Yes. And more unknown.
7) QUEENZone rules!

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Posted: 12 Oct 06, 16:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Okay, I'll try:

1) Whats is any is the best soundborad Queen show.
There are very few soundboard recordings, but some excellent audience recordings. If you look for perfect sound quality, you should go for (among others):
Live at The Rainbow 1974 (from the VHS, official)
Live at Hammersmith Odeon 1975 (Soundboard)
Houston Summit 1977 (Soundboard)
Live at Earls Court 1977 (Soundboard)
Copenhagen 1977 (Audience)
Chicago 1978 (Audience)
Live Killers 1979 (Soundboard, official)
Live at Budokan Tokyo 1979 (Soundboard)
Hammersmith Odeon 1979 (Audience)
Chicago 1980 (Audience)
Sao Paulo 1981 (Soundboard)
We Will Rock You, Montreal 1981 (from the VHS, official)
Queen on Fire Milton Keynes 1982 (from the DVD, official)
Osaka 1985 (Audience)
Tokyo 1985 (Soundboard, official)
Mannheim 1986 (Audience)
Live in Budapest 1986 (from the VHS, official)
Live at Wembley 1986 (from the DVD, official)
There are far more that are almost perfect ...

2) What is the best Video Bootleg that complete.
Hammersmith Odeon 1975 (almost complete, best by far)
Earls Court 1977
Houston 1977
Hyde Park 1976
Paris 1979

3) If I am looking for some shows may I request them
here ??
No, "Request" forum.

4) Is there Audio or video of Queen's live every
live gig as a group and how does it look and is
there's is video is there a DVD copy around ?
Are you talking about their last live gig (Knebworth 1986)? There's audio and video footage around, video is filmed from the big screen above the stage.

5) There a webpage that list know video or audio
live shows.
www.queenconcerts.com is near perfect.

6) Are there any know demo or studio outtakes?
Hundreds. Search for "demo"!

7) Thank you for this webpage I am new at the
Queen live stuff but its cool i can final here
what they sound like live.
Definitely.

Welcome!


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Posted: 12 Oct 06, 17:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

To answer your 4th question. No, not every Queen show is recorded (video or audio). Brian once told that they recorded every show from 1974 till 1986 (through soundboard), although there is no real proof. Only a few full professional filmed concerts exists. Sadly.




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