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Posted: 14 Jan 07, 09:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

QUEEN - Pavillon de Paris 27.02.1979 (1st night)
SBD but poor quality
Incomplete. only about 13 min



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Posted: 14 Jan 07, 16:28 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

5 parts for 13 minutes?

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Posted: 14 Jan 07, 16:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

FLAC or Mp3?


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Posted: 14 Jan 07, 18:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I ripped CD in WMA format
Only 5 song in it.
but rare I think.


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Posted: 14 Jan 07, 19:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Paris with a brazilian presenter????.


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Posted: 14 Jan 07, 21:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

L-R-TIGER1994 wrote:

Paris with a brazilian presenter????.

but show itself is surely paris 1979.
believe me


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Posted: 14 Jan 07, 21:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yes I am sure it is cos I got it on video,but I've never heard that introduction before,thanks.


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Posted: 14 Jan 07, 21:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

or should I say Domo Arigato?:)


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Posted: 15 Jan 07, 00:28 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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but show itself is surely paris 1979.
believe me


No, it's not Paris 2-27-79. It is taken from "The Champions" video, and NOBODY knows what shows they are from. Most of the songs on that video were dubbed with the Live Killers audio. In these particular files, the speech has been added in there, as an attempt to disguise the tracks. Very poorly done.



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Posted: 15 Jan 07, 04:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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somebody13 wrote:

but show itself is surely paris 1979.
believe me


No, it's not Paris 2-27-79. It is taken from "The Champions" video, and NOBODY knows what shows they are from. Most of the songs on that video were dubbed with the Live Killers audio. In these particular files, the speech has been added in there, as an attempt to disguise the tracks. Very poorly done.

I'm quite sure some songs are from Paris 2-27-79.
Freddie M.C. before Let Me Entertain you is "bonsoir Paris!" so it's from paris 79.
and it's definately different any other paris show either Official LK.
so i think some songs are from Paris first night at least .


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Posted: 15 Jan 07, 09:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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I'm quite sure some songs are from Paris 2-27-79.
Freddie M.C. before Let Me Entertain you is "bonsoir Paris!" so it's from paris 79.
and it's definately different any other paris show either Official LK.
so i think some songs are from Paris first night at least .


Yes, the "Bonsoir Paris" is from Paris, but it's the exact same as Paris 3-1-79. Compare it to the video yourself. But then there is an obvious cut, because it's a different version of the song itself. Therefore we can't know what the date of the song is. The 2-27-79 thing is a myth. It's unbelievable that few people actually listen to their recordings, and don't notice that the majority of this audio is Live Killers. It was dubbed to a TV special aired in December 1979 called "The Champions".

Parts of BoRhap and SHA are from some Japanese show (listen to how bad Freddie's voice sounds), and TYMD is also from Japan... it's clearly a Japanese audience. All the others are dubbed with the Live Killers audio, with a slight patch here and there... like in WWRY. It's clearly the LK version, but a couple vocal adlibs from Freddie were kept in, so the video could still match the audio. It's actually amazing how much effort was put into dubbing the audio for this TV special.

If you don't want to take my word for it, then fine. If you don't, then this would be a perfect example of people believing the folklore instead of taking the word of someone who's presenting musical evidence. It's just like those people who still believe Silver Salmon was recorded in 1971... because someone says so.



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Posted: 15 Jan 07, 10:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Totally off topic, but : I recently bought the ANATO 30th. Anniversary ed. (a bit late, I know...). On the DVD you see Live Footage dubbed with studio audio. Everything is there, Hyde Park, Earl's Court, Houston etc. But there is footage (Death on two Legs) from a '78 or '79 Show which is unkown too me. It's not Paris, Munich, Brussels, Barcelona, Tokio or London. Does someone knows a bit more about this? ( Sir GH ;-)

I hope someday whe have a Boxset with all that 70's footage made officialy. Houston & Earl's Court are so good looking on this one....

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But there is footage (Death on two Legs) from a '78 or '79 Show which is unkown too me.


That's definitely Earls Court 6-6-77.


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Posted: 15 Jan 07, 17:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sir GH<br><h6>ah yeah</h6> wrote:

somebody13 wrote:


I'm quite sure some songs are from Paris 2-27-79.
Freddie M.C. before Let Me Entertain you is "bonsoir Paris!" so it's from paris 79.
and it's definately different any other paris show either Official LK.
so i think some songs are from Paris first night at least .


Yes, the "Bonsoir Paris" is from Paris, but it's the exact same as Paris 3-1-79. Compare it to the video yourself. But then there is an obvious cut, because it's a different version of the song itself. Therefore we can't know what the date of the song is. The 2-27-79 thing is a myth. It's unbelievable that few people actually listen to their recordings, and don't notice that the majority of this audio is Live Killers. It was dubbed to a TV special aired in December 1979 called "The Champions".

Parts of BoRhap and SHA are from some Japanese show (listen to how bad Freddie's voice sounds), and TYMD is also from Japan... it's clearly a Japanese audience. All the others are dubbed with the Live Killers audio, with a slight patch here and there... like in WWRY. It's clearly the LK version, but a couple vocal adlibs from Freddie were kept in, so the video could still match the audio. It's actually amazing how much effort was put into dubbing the audio for this TV special.

If you don't want to take my word for it, then fine. If you don't, then this would be a perfect example of people believing the folklore instead of taking the word of someone who's presenting musical evidence. It's just like those people who still believe Silver Salmon was recorded in 1971... because someone says so.


Bob, I take off my hat again how you know the bootlegs materials and Queen concerts.
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Posted: 15 Jan 07, 19:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I found most of the songs came from the 2/28 show, the 3-1 show and from the 4/25 show at Tokyo. None of these come from unknown sources.

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Sir GH<br><h6>ah yeah</h6> wrote:

Cygnus X-1 wrote:

But there is footage (Death on two Legs) from a '78 or '79 Show which is unkown too me.


That's definitely Earls Court 6-6-77.


I have the Earl's Court Show on DVD, but the footage I mean is definitely from the Jazz Tour. There are only a few snippets, but you see Freddie with his black Leather Trousers, and the Drumraiser with Flashlights who where used on that Tour. (Roger's Bassdrum Logo shows the "Jazz" Cover, so it must be from one of the European Dates..) As I said, there are only a few snippets shown, but not from any Recording that i know...

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Posted: 16 Jan 07, 10:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ohhhh, I think you're talking about the b/w Dreamers Ball footage...

Yeah, we have no clue which show that's from. But whatever it is, it's promising! Even though it's b/w, it's fantastic footage!

As for the bass drum head, can we be completely sure that they didn't use the Jazz logo for the US dates? Every picture confirmed to be from a US show has the NOTW bass drum (about 10 pics), but I still wonder.

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<b><font color=gold>SMI<font color=1>TTY wrote:

I found most of the songs came from the 2/28 show, the 3-1 show and from the 4/25 show at Tokyo. None of these come from unknown sources.


Interesting. Could you elaborate a bit more?



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