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Added on 03-Aug-2005

''Queen Live'' By Greg Brooks Updated and RepublishedQUEEN LIVE - GREG BROOKS

Queen Live by official Queen Archivist Greg Brooks has just been re-published. It is now a handy sized guide ''Concert Documentary'', with a new cover, updated introduction and a new foreword by Brian May. Greg now claims that the book is ''now 99% accurate as opposed to 90-something percent''.



Queen live is available now at retail. QOL will be looking to stock the book soon.



Synopsis

During 20 years as one of the world's best loved rock bands Queen played a total of 704 concerts throughout the world. Their earliest documented concerts were at colleges in the Home Counties in 1970; their final show was at Knebworth Park on August 9th 1986. And then there was the Freddie Mercury Memorial Concert at Wembley Stadium. Includes set lists of virtually every show. The development of Queen's live career traced over 15 years as a touring band. Queen's BBC sessions. Queen memorabilia including tickets, programmes and passes. Set lists including a complete list of cover versions adopted by Queen and a full live bootleg listing. What Queen did and didn't play live and why...A complete discography of live singles, LPs, CDs, books and rare live sleeves.



Source:

www.queenonline.com

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