Queen - Fukuoka 1979 2nd Night - New Master mp3 album
Queen – Budokan 1979 2nd Night. Label: Wardour – Wardour-250. This release has been blocked from sale in the marketplace.
Artist : Queen Title : BUDOKAN 1979 2ND NIGHT Date : 14th April 1979 Venue : Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan Lineage : "BUDOKAN 1979 2ND NIGHT" (Wardour-250) silvers WAV (EAC) FLAC Level 8. Disc 1 1. Intro. A new source from this excellent show - thanks for spending the $$ and sharing it with us :-) Artists must pass on, but sometimes a mix of passion, good fortune, diligence, expertise, and meticulous labor can capture and restore some of the beauty they left behind.
Queen Setlist at Kyuuden Kinen Taiikukan, Fukuoka, Japan. Queen Kyuuden Kinen Taiikukan, Fukuoka - May 1, 1979 May 01 1979. Queen Yamaguchi-ken Taiikukan, Yamaguchi - May 2, 1979 May 02 1979. Queen Makomanai Ice Arena, Sapporo - May 5, 1979 May 05 1979. Last updated: 15 Jun 2019, 01:54 Etc/UTC.
Singer: Queen Album's name: Fukuoka 1979 2nd Night - New Master Label: Not On Label (Queen) – none Type: 2 x CDr, Unofficial Release Country: Japan Date of released: 2012 Category: Rock Style: Arena Rock, Classic Rock, Hard Rock. Queen - Fukuoka 1979 2nd Night - New Master MP3 version. God Save The Queen (Taped, Trad. Recorded live at Kyuden Memorial Gymnasium, Fukuoka, Japan 1st May 1979.
Queen live concertography: A Night At The Opera 1975-1976. It was recorded by BBC (and later broadcasted several times) and although both Freddie and Brian didn't feel very well that evening, the resulting concert was brilliant, I consider it the best Queen concert ever (yes, one of the reasons is that we have an excellent soundboard recording of that gig and sound quality matters a lot).
My collection of Queen rarities on LP, CD, VHS, DVD, Blu-ray and more, full digitally restored for trade and sell. Deutschlandhalle, Germany - January 24., My Queen Collection 2008. First Jazz In Fukuoka (2-CD). Kyuden Kinen Taikukan, Japan - April 30, 1979. My Queen Collection 2013. Second Jazz In Fukuoka (2-CD). Kyuden Kinen Taikukan, Japan - May 1, 1979.
The Hot Space Tour was a concert tour by the British rock band Queen in support of their 1982 album Hot Space. The tour started on 9 April in Gothenburg, Sweden and ended, after sixty-nine concerts, in Tokorozawa, Japan. The tour saw many changes to Queen's show. The tour was the first in which the band used a keyboardist, playing in the background. For the European leg of the tour, they used Morgan Fisher. Fisher is best known for having been a member of Mott the Hoople in the 1970's
|1-1||Intro: We Will Rock You (Slow)|
|1-2||We Will Rock You (Fast)|
|1-3||Let Me Entertain You|
|1-4||Somebody To Love|
|1-5||Medley - Death On Two Legs|
|1-6||Medley - Killer Queen|
|1-7||Medley - Bicycle Race|
|1-8||Medley - I'm In Love With My Car|
|1-9||Get Down, Make Love|
|1-10||You're My Best Friend|
|1-11||Now I'm Here|
|1-13||If You Can't Beat Them|
|1-15||Love Of My Life|
|2-4||Keep Yourself Alive|
|2-5||Mustapha Intro / Bohemian Rhapsody|
|2-6||Tie Your Mother Down|
|2-7||Sheer Heart Attack|
|2-8||We Will Rock You|
|2-9||We Are The Champions|
|2-10||God Save The Queen (Taped, Trad.)|
NotesRecorded live at Kyuden Memorial Gymnasium, Fukuoka, Japan 1st May 1979.