Palacio de los deportes
Lineage: AUD>>??>>CDR(x)>>WAV>>FLAC level8
Please note: There's a strange line around 16hz in spectral view, seems someone made a hiss reduction on this one.
It's not mp3 sourced and this version seems the only one circulating.
01. We Will Rock You (Fast)
02. Let Me Entertain You
03. Somebody To Love
04. If You Can't Beat Them
05. Death On Two Legs
06. Killer Queen
07. Bicycle Race
08. I'm In Love With My Car
09. Get Down Make Love
10. You're My Best Friend
11. Now I'm Here
12. Don't Stop Me Now
01. Spread Your Wings
02. Dreamer's Ball
03. Love Of My Life
05. It's Late
06. Guitar Solo
07. Brighton Rock (Reprise)
08. Keep Yourself Alive
09. Bohemian Rhapsody
10. Tie Your Mother Down
11. Sheer Heart Attack
12. We Will Rock You
13. We Are The Champions
14. God Save The Queen
Artwork from Queenhouse.de included
Nice recording of the second night in Barcelona 1979 during the Jazz Jour. There are many fake bootlegs out there which are claiming to be from the 19th or 21th date in February. This is for sure not the first night as Brian talks about ''Doing better than last night''. The recording is slightly incomplete. Brighton Rock and Sheer Heart Attack are both cut from the beginning. If You Can't Beat Them has a cut in the middle as it misses about 20 seconds. Almost the whole concert has Very Good sound quality till Sheer Heart Attack as then the quality changes to Very Good-/Good+. Those last few songs are genuine as Freddie says ''Adios Barcelona!'' during God Save The Queen. The performance of Death On Two Legs appears also on the official album ''Live Killers''. This time without cuts or bleeps ;-).
6 Parts: link link link link link link
----Do with these Files whatever you like, but please share them only lossless--------
It's the same on my copy, and I think everyone else's, it could be that the recording was not transferred correctly? But I do think it's lossless, or it's as lossless as it's going to get barring retransferring the analog tape.
Cygnus X-1 wrote: looks a bit strange but not like an mp3...
...I agree...it's not mp3...it's more like the spectrum of a (slightly decayed) seventies audio-cassette, probably ferro (CRO2 has a little more high-end...in general). The dynamic range of those tapes was roughly between 16 and 14000Hz. The recording device must also have set it's limmets though.
Thanks for the upload...!
Alfredomn wrote: Hi everybody!!!!!
Part 2 and 5 are not working!!!!!
Please someone help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ok, I'l ltry and reuplaod that as soon as I can.... But I have a lot of things still to upload here and there, so please be patient !
Or try the torrent : link (thanks to Riccardo for the torrent).