According to Jasons Queen trainspotting guide, there is this radio programme that went out,but does anyone have it at all?
I've copied the details in so you can see what I'm going on about. If anyone can help I will be very grateful.
Live In Paris 8/12/94
Broadcast in full stereo on Europe One Radio, this has surprisingly not been bootlegged (yet). The original broadcast featured Roger and other (French) artists, and though the whole show was two hours long, Roger was only in it for about an hour. His contribution was split into four short sections, in which he'd play a couple of songs in the studio, and maybe do a short interview. At the end, questions from the audience were asked.
As some of this is in French, it is hard to follow the interview sections at times (and most of it's pretty banal), but there are a few nice quotes, including a discussion on whether France has more "s**t" newspapers than the UK (re: "Dear Mr. Murdoch"). Most questions are about the "Happiness?" album, although the answers are sometimes hard to make out.
Very interesting musically, in all nine live tracks are featured. All of them are pretty good. The full listing is:
"I Want To Break Free"
"Ride The Wild Wind"
"We Will Rock You"
"These Are The Days Of Our Lives"
"The Show Must Go On"
"We Will Rock You" and "Radio Ga-Ga" are particularly good. Not likely to be available now, but will no doubt be bootlegged at some point. Definitely worth a listen.
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