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edu wrote:
Date: 13.05.2005 18:57:21

neil wrote:
I've just sent an email regarding information on The Rainbow gig stating that some bootlegs are mislabelled as Adelaide 74. I have the master copy of this and assumed it was from Adelaide 76 (not 74) due to the date on the box. Can you shed any more light on this?? Are you 100% sure these tracks are from the Rainbow?
Date: 07.05.2005 00:56:15

Alex wrote:
Wow! a great page... but the setlist of the FM-Tribute is missing.
Did you´ve any information about this appearence of Brian:

-Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Bryan Adams on vocals)
=>10.11.2002 London, UK (Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund)
-Run To You (Bryan Adams on vocals, Brian on Red Special)
=>10.11.2002 London, UK (Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund)
-I'll Do My Crying In The Rain (vocal duet with Bryan Adams, acoustic guitar)
=>10.11.2002 London, UK (Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund)

Is there any possibility to get the tracks?
Date: 05.05.2005 18:41:02

Diego wrote:
Very good page, I´m queen´s fanatic.
I like this page all things is ok.
I wanna videos of queen, a lot of videos, do you know where can I find videos of queen????? tell me plz, diegomercury@gmail.com
Date: 05.05.2005 02:09:56

Aly Williams wrote:
Just browsing through your excellent site and thought I'd drop you a line to say how impressed Iam with it. I particularly enjoy the bootleg section as Iam trying to increase my collection, I think I will be purchasing a few of these in the future. Looking forward imensely to Wednesdays gig at the MEN Manchester, it's been a long time, I was lucky to see the classic line up with Freddie 4 times so I wish the boys all the best and paul rodgers for doing the honours. Thanks again Aly (Huyton, Liverpool)
Date: 02.05.2005 16:58:59

I saw Queen in Nashville,Tn.in the late 70's,Im trying to find out the date.they played at municipal auditorium in downtown Nashville.Thanks for any help
Date: 30.04.2005 15:31:59

Telmo wrote:
Keep Queen alive...
Date: 20.04.2005 00:51:15

eric mercury wrote:
freddie is the only one
Date: 14.04.2005 20:25:25

Fred Mandel wrote:
I just read the little blurb about myself on your site. I don't usually feel compelled to respond to inaccurate facts but I thought I would in this case. I did not have "fear of foreign cities" as related by Peter Freestone. I had my first case of jet lag on the Queen Japanese tour in 1982 and that's all it was. I didn't leave Queen for Elton. Queen stopped touring for a while and I went on tour with Supertramp in 1983 and joined Elton in 1984. I still continued to work with Queen throughout this period doing Freddie's solo album "Mr. Bad Guy" in Munich and Brian's album, "Starfleet". Not that it's a big deal.....just wanted to clear up some "speculative" facts. I remain friends with the guys in Queen and Spike to this day. Hope this helps. Cheers.....Fred.
Date: 12.04.2005 05:12:19

Bruno wrote:
COMPLIMENTS. This is one of the best and original site to trade Queen's spirit in the future generation. (sorry for my english!!)
Date: 11.04.2005 19:52:44

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