This is my first attempt at making and posting a torrent so I hope it works. This was just kindly shared by A-Project as deposit files. link
Some people had requested a torrent so i'm giving it a try.
This was shot on 14-9-1980 at the St. Paul Civic Center in Minneapolis on super 8 film. It is mostly short clips and parts of the following songs.
Let Me Entertain You
Play The Game
Death on Two Legs
Love of My Life
Keep Yourself Alive
Guitar and Drum solo
You're My Best Friend
Now I'm Here
Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Tie Your Mother Down
I have also added a cover but I can't remember where I found it for sure.
Note: Mustapha, with the exception of the first opening line, is the complete performance of this song.
Thank again to A-Project for originally posting this.
Medifire links are available here: link
bigV wrote: I've never seen this, but I seem to remember reading that it's silent. Or am I wrong? Can someone please confirm?
This one does have sound. I think there are a few other shows shot on super 8 that are silent. I've read that somewhere too-but this one has sound. The songs are not complete. Some are a just a few lines and most are maybe half-But I think it sounds and looks pretty good. Plus among the snippits it does have all of Mustapha, which I have not seen live on any other DVD.
My God, how professional this private filming is!!!!!!! Really great special atmosphere that even offical videos cannot approach. There is some entire in it. And how he regulates the moments to catch each of 4th!
Can anyone seed this? Just noticed recently that this tape was available. I was at this show and I do remember that I had a great time with my "high" school buddies, I was 17 at the time. The show was epic for us! The whole experience of getting tickets when they went on sale and then the anticipation leading up to the concert.... The day finally comes and what a party - finding someone to buy beer for us, pre-party at my buddies house, and then the 40 mile drive up to the Civic Center in my black Volkswagon Bug, more partying in the parking ramp, and then a monumental show! Concerts were such big events for us back then.[img=/images/smiley/msn/shades_smile.gif][/img]