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Excellent audience tape

Lineage: Low gen tape (master???) > CDR(X) > WAV > FLAC

Comments by the original uploader Pittrek (i believe) @queenzone.com:

This recording I am bringing to you is the best version of this concert I could
find. I have received it in a trade with a respected trader, labelled as
"unconfirmed master copy". It finally runs at the correct speed. I don't know
how other recordings sound but sound of this one is much better then anything
I have heard until now from this great concert.


CD1 :
1. Intro
2. We Will Rock You (Fast)
3. Let Me Entertain You
4. Somebody To Love
5. If You Can't Beat 'Em
6. Death On Two Legs
7. Killer Queen
8. Bicycle Race
9. I'm In Love With My Car
10. Get Down Make Love
11. You're My Best Friend
12. Now I'm Here
13. Spread Your Wings
14. Dreamer's Ball
15. Love Of My Life
16. '39
17. It's Late

CD2 :
1. Brighton Rock
2. Fat Bottomed Girls
3. Keep Yourself Alive
4. Bohemian Rhapsody
5. Tie Your Mother Down
6. Sheer Heart Attack
7. We Will Rock You
8. We Are The Champions
9. God Save The Queen

Coments on the performance:

The audience is very enthusiastic tonight. There are a lot of fantastic
moments in this show, particularly many instances of nice vocal harmonies,
like in Somebody To Love and It's Late.

This is the first known instance during a Queen show where Freddie does the
show-stopping vocal exchange with the audience during Now I'm Here. Although
it is only brief tonight, over the next few years it would be greatly expanded

Before Dreamers Ball, Roger lets out a huge scream. It amuses Freddie a great
deal, to the point of asking for another. Boy, does he ever deliver!

The Brian-Roger-John Brighton Rock jam starts off well, but after a few
minutes, they seem to be completely out of ideas. Their misguidedness is even
more obvious when Roger decides to go into a rather mediocre drum solo. They
weren't the greatest improvisationalists, as they were the kind of band who
rehearsed to perfection. Still, sometimes Queen could cook, but just not on
this night. As for the vocal performance, Freddie's voice is cracking now and
then, but he's still dripping with passion throughout.

It was around this time that Freddie started singing a few lines from Fun It
off the Jazz LP during the intro of Keep Yourself Alive, something which he'd
often do throughout the Jazz tour.