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Queen – On Air (2016)

title:On Air
Year Of Release:2016
Label:Hollywood Records
Quality:FLAC/320 Kbps
Total Time:100:04
Total Size:573/236 MB
WebSite: 13:52

Queen – On Air (2016)
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1. My Fairy King (BBC Session 5th February 1973) (4:06)
2. Keep Yourself Alive (BBC Session 5th February 1973) (3:47)
3. Doing All Right. (BBC Session 5th February 1973) (4:10)
4. Liar (BBC Session 5th February 1973) (6:27)
5. See What A Fool I’ve Been (BBC Session 25th July 1973) (4:19)
6. Keep Yourself Alive (BBC Session 25th July 1973) (3:48)
7. Liar (BBC Session 25th July 1973) (6:28)
8. Son And Daughter (BBC Session 25th July 1973) (6:01)
9. Ogre Battle (BBC Session 3rd December 1973) (4:37)
10. Modern Times Rock ‘n’ Roll (BBC Session 3rd December 1973) (1:59)
11. Great King Rat (BBC Session 3rd December 1973) (5:55)
12. Son And Daughter (BBC Session 3rd December 1973) (7:07)
1. Modern Times Rock ‘n’ Roll (BBC Session 3rd April 1974) (2:44)
2. Nevermore (BBC Session 3rd April 1974) (1:26)
3. White Queen (As It Began) (BBC Session 3rd April 1974) (4:51)
4. Now I’m Here (BBC Session 16th October 1974) (4:16)
5. Stone Cold Crazy (BBC Session 16th October 1974) (2:14)
6. Flick Of The Wrist (BBC Session 16th October 1974) (3:23)
7. Tenement Funster (BBC Session 16th October 1974) (2:54)
8. We Will Rock You (BBC Session 28th October 1977) (1:36)
9. We Will Rock You (Fast) (BBC Session 28th October 1977) (2:43)
10. Spread Your Wings (BBC Session 28th October 1977) (5:21)
11. It’s Late (BBC Session 28th October 1977) (6:33)
12. My Melancholy Blues (BBC Session 28th October 1977) (3:09)
Queen’s meteoric ascendancy during the 1970s has been well documented. From their gloriously ambitious self-titled debut album of 1973 through to the album that put them in the superstar bracket, 1975’s A Night At The Opera, and beyond, this unique group carved out a singular path as the most visionary, inventive and charismatic band of that epic decade.
But there is another side to Queen’s rise that has been largely overlooked. Between February 1973 and October 1977, the band recorded six radio sessions exclusively for the BBC. The twenty four recordings these landmark sessions produced include alternate versions of the debut single, unique takes of classic album tracks and even a radically reworked reimagining of one of their best known anthems that has never previously appeared on any Queen studio release.
Now, for the very first time, all six Queen BBC sessions – meticulously restored by Queen engineer Kris Fredriksson and mastered by Grammy Award winner Adam Ayan – have been brought together on Queen On Air. Queen On Air is more than just a collection of rare recordings, it is a glorious snapshot of the growth of a legend.
The 2-CD set includes Queen Live On Air a single disc featuring highlights of three live concert broadcasts: Queen live at the Golders Green Hippodrome, from September 1973, their first concert to be transmitted on radio anywhere in the world. Also, Queen performing in Brazil at Sao Paulo’s gigantic Morumbi stadium to a record-setting audience of 131,000 originally relayed live on radio and TV in March 1981 on the Badeirantes network during the band’s infamous South America Bites The Dust tour. Finally, Queen’s penultimate live concert radio broadcast. Aired less than four weeks before their last show with Freddie, this was a live emission from the show in Mannheim Germany, in June 1986 during the mighty Magic Tour.
Thanks to their studio albums and their monumental live shows, Queen’s status as bona fide rock legends has long been assured. With Queen On Air, the world finally gets to hear and discover this fascinating side of their legacy.
Queen – On Air (2016)






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