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Queen live - What was played?

Postby IndieJens » Mon Nov 06, 2006 9:24 pm

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'39 (1976-1979)
'39 (part) (1980, 1984, 1986)
(You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care (1986)
A Day At The Races Intro (1977, 1984)
A Kind Of Magic (1986)
Action This Day (1982)
Another One Bites The Dust (1980-1986)
Another One Bites The Dust (part) (1980)
Back Chat (1982)
Back Chat (part) (1981)
Bama Lama Bama Loo (1972-1974)
Battle Theme (1980-1981)
Be Bop A Lula (1973-1977)
Bicycle Race (1978-1979)
Big Spender (1973-1979, 1986)
Body Language (1982)
Bohemian Rhapsody (1975-1986)
Bohemian Rhapsody (intro) (1975-1976)
Bohemian Rhapsody (reprise) (1975-1976)
Brighton Rock (1975-1979)
Brighton Rock (Reprise) (1979-1981, 1984-1985)
Bring Back That Leroy Brown (1974-1977)
Calling All Girls (1982)
Chinese Torture (part) (1986)
Crazy Little Thing Called Love (1979-1986)
Crazy Little Thing Called Love (part) (1980)
Crazy Tour Intro (1979)
Death On Two Legs (Dedicated To...... (1977-1981)
Death On Two Legs (Dedicated To...... (improvisation) (1975-1976)
Death On Two Legs (Dedicated To...... (intro) (1982)
Doing All Right (1972, 1974-1977)
Don't Stop Me Now (1979)
Dragon Attack (1980-1985)
Dreamer's Ball (1978-1979)
Drums Solo (1979-1981)
Execution Of Flash (part) (1979)
Fat Bottomed Girls (1978-1982)
Father To Son (1973-1976)
Flash (1980-1981)
Flash (intro) (1982)
Flick Of The Wrist (1974-1976)
Foolin' Around (part) (1985)
For Your Love (intro) (1982)
Friends Will Be Friends (1986)
Fun It (intro) (1978-1979)
Get Down, Make Love (1977-1982)
Get Down, Make Love (part) (1984, 1986)
Gimme Some Lovin' (1984, 1986)
God Save The Queen (1974-1986)
Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy (1977-1978)
Great King Rat (1972-1975, 1984)
Guitar Solo (1979-1986)
Hammer To Fall (1984-1986)
Hangman (1972-1976)
Hello Mary Lou (Goodbye Heart) (1986)
I Feel Fine (part) (1978, 1986)
I Go Crazy (part) (1981-1982)
I Want To Break Free (1984-1986)
If You Can't Beat Them (1978-1979)
I'm In Love With My Car (1977-1981)
Imagine (1980)
Immigrant Song (1986)
Impromptu (1982-1986)
In The Lap Of The Gods (1974-1975)
In The Lap Of The Gods...Revisited (1974-1977, 1986)
Instrumental Inferno (1977-1978)
Is This The World We Created...? (1984-1986)
It's A Hard Life (1984-1985)
It's Late (1977-1979)
Jailhouse Rock (1972-1981, 1984-1985)
Jailhouse Rock (Reprise) (1973-1977)
Jesus (1972)
Jump To It (improvisation) (1982)
Keep Yourself Alive (1972-1981, 1984-1985)
Keep Yourself Alive (part) (1986)
Keyboards Solo (1984)
Killer Queen (1974-1981, 1984-1985)
Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love) (intro) (1982)
Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon (1976)
Let Me Entertain You (1978-1981)
Let Me Out (part) (1985)
Liar (1972-1979, 1982-1985)
Liar (part) (1986)
Life Is Real (Song For Lennon) (1982)
Living On My Own (part) (1984-1985)
Love Of My Life (1977-1986)
Lucille (1977)
Lullaby (part) (1984)
Machines (or 'Back To Humans') (intro) (1984-1985)
Mannish Boy (1977)
Modern Times Rock'n'Roll (1973-1976)
Mustapha (1979-1981)
Mustapha (intro) (1979, 1982-1986)
My Fairy King (part) (1985)
My Melancholy Blues (1977-1978)
Need Your Loving Tonight (1980-1981)
Not Fade Away (1982-1984)
Now I'm Here (1974-1986)
Now I'm Here (Reprise) (1980-1982)
Ogre Battle (1972-1977)
One Vision (1986)
Play The Game (1980-1982)
Procession (1973-1975, 1977)
Put Out The Fire (1982)
Radio Ga Ga (1984-1986)
Rock It (Prime Jive) (1981-1982)
Rock'n'Roll Improvisation (1986)
Sakura, Sakura (part) (1975, 1981)
Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting (1975-1977, 1982-1986)
Save Me (1979-1982)
See What A Fool I've Been (1972-1976)
Seven Seas Of Rhye (1974-1976, 1984-1986)
Shake Rattle And Roll (1973-1976)
Sheer Heart Attack (1977-1984)
Silent Night (1979)
Sleeping On The Sidewalk (1977)
Somebody To Love (1977-1985)
Son And Daughter (1972-1976)
Son And Daughter (Reprise) (1975-1976)
Spread Your Wings (1977-1979)
Spread Your Wings (intro) (1982)
Staying Power (1982-1984)
Stone Cold Crazy (1972-1978, 1984)
Stupid Cupid (Queen Tour 1973-1977)
Sweet Lady (1975-1977)
Tavaszi Szél Vizet Áraszt (1986)
Tear It Up (1984-1986)
Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together) (1979, 1981-1982)
The Game Intro (1980-1981)
The Hero (1980-1982)
The March Of The Black Queen (1974-1976)
The March of The Black Queen (part) (1985)
The Millionaire Waltz (1977-1978)
The Millionaire Waltz (intro) (1981)
The Night Comes Down (1972)
The Prophet's Song (1975-1977)
The Prophet's Song (Reprise) (1977-1978)
Three Blind Mice (1975, 1977-1978)
Tie Your Mother Down (1976-1986)
Tutti Frutti (1986)
Under Pressure (1981-1986)
Under Pressure (part) (1981)
Vultan's Theme (Attack Of The Hawk Men) (1981)
Waltzing Matilda (part) (1985)
We Are The Champions (1977-1986)
We Will Rock You (1977-1986)
We Will Rock You (fast) (1977-1982)
We Will Rock You (intro) (1977-1979)
We Wish You A Merry Christmas (1980)
White Christmas (1977)
White Man (1977-1978)
White Queen (As It Began) (1974-1978)
Who Wants To Live Forever (1986)
Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (1982, 1985)
You Take My Breath Away (1976-1977)
You're My Best Friend (1976-1980)

Hand written setlist, not confirmed:
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Rumours:
The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke (1974) ?
Good Company (1975) ?
Danny Boy (1979) ?
Mull Of Kintyre (1977 according to Greg Brooks but most unlikely because it was released 6 months after the concert, 1979 according to Jim Jenkins) ?
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Postby ExMing » Tue Nov 14, 2006 9:18 pm

Tatterdemalion wrote:Mull Of Kintyre (1977 according to Greg Brooks but most unlikely because it was released 6 months after the concert, 1979 according to Jim Jenkins) ?


Mull was released Nov 1977, and I seem to remember it kept WATC off the top of the charts in the following month when MOK got to number 1, so they may have played on part of the US leg of the tour as some sort of recognition?
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Postby IndieJens » Tue Nov 14, 2006 9:35 pm

Ming wrote:
Tatterdemalion wrote:Mull Of Kintyre (1977 according to Greg Brooks but most unlikely because it was released 6 months after the concert, 1979 according to Jim Jenkins) ?


Mull was released Nov 1977, and I seem to remember it kept WATC off the top of the charts in the following month when MOK got to number 1, so they may have played on part of the US leg of the tour as some sort of recognition?


Greg says it was played in Liverpool 03.06.1977 and Jim Jenkins in Liverpool 06 or 07.12.1979. I find it logical that they played it in Liverpool (due to the home of Beatles and McCartney, I know Mull wasn't a Beatles song, but I come back to Beatles later).

Queen and Brian has played Beatles songs after that (or parts of it). I Feel Fine (the guitar riff only, Mannheim 1986), I Want To Hold Your Hand (Brian, Liverpool 1993) and With A Little Help From My Friends (Brian, Sheffield 1998).

I would find it more likely that it has been played in Liverpool or in the UK, but who knows?
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Postby ExMing » Tue Nov 14, 2006 11:35 pm

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Ming wrote:
Tatterdemalion wrote:Mull Of Kintyre (1977 according to Greg Brooks but most unlikely because it was released 6 months after the concert, 1979 according to Jim Jenkins) ?


Mull was released Nov 1977, and I seem to remember it kept WATC off the top of the charts in the following month when MOK got to number 1, so they may have played on part of the US leg of the tour as some sort of recognition?


Greg says it was played in Liverpool 03.06.1977 and Jim Jenkins in Liverpool 06 or 07.12.1979. I find it logical that they played it in Liverpool (due to the home of Beatles and McCartney, I know Mull wasn't a Beatles song, but I come back to Beatles later).

Queen and Brian has played Beatles songs after that (or parts of it). I Feel Fine (the guitar riff only, Mannheim 1986), I Want To Hold Your Hand (Brian, Liverpool 1993) and With A Little Help From My Friends (Brian, Sheffield 1998).

I would find it more likely that it has been played in Liverpool or in the UK, but who knows?


It's (MOK) not on any bootleg I have. I'm sure I'd remember.

EDIT :
I was at the 02-06-77 gig and don't remember it (MOK) being played, but it was a long time ago.

I have 03-06-77 on audio tape so I'll check tomorrow if it's included, but can't remember if its the full show.
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Postby ExMing » Tue Nov 14, 2006 11:54 pm

I have this version without Mull Of Kintyre (hotel :-) ), but it's an incomplete show....

03.06.1977 - Queen in Empire Theatre, Liverpool, UK

01. 4:21 A Day At The Races intro / Tie Your Mother Down
02. 4:58 Ogre Battle
03. 6:03 White Queen (As It Began)
04. 5:38 Somebody To Love
05. 1:55 Killer Queen
06. 2:22 Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy
07. 3:12 The Millionaire Waltz
08. 1:56 You're My Best Friend
09. 2:01 Bring Back That Leroy Brown
10. 3:53 Death On Two Legs
11. 5:24 Doing Alright
12. 13:10 Brighton Rock
13. 3:14 '39
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Postby IndieJens » Wed Nov 15, 2006 10:08 am

Ming wrote:I have this version without Mull Of Kintyre (hotel :-) ), but it's an incomplete show....

03.06.1977 - Queen in Empire Theatre, Liverpool, UK

01. 4:21 A Day At The Races intro / Tie Your Mother Down
02. 4:58 Ogre Battle
03. 6:03 White Queen (As It Began)
04. 5:38 Somebody To Love
05. 1:55 Killer Queen
06. 2:22 Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy
07. 3:12 The Millionaire Waltz
08. 1:56 You're My Best Friend
09. 2:01 Bring Back That Leroy Brown
10. 3:53 Death On Two Legs
11. 5:24 Doing Alright
12. 13:10 Brighton Rock
13. 3:14 '39


Yes, I've got that version too, but Greg says it was played at the end of the concert.
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