Hello!! That's what i've found in Q Hub , and this time it is Lossless.
But still without lineage Unfortunately!
This is AUD recording of second night of Rock In Rio festival
Sound quality is not great ,but i think it is enjoyable(to my ears)
Some small cuts in STL and Hard Life,Guitar solo has fade out and this recording misses Mustapha .(but we still can hear few Freddie's "Hey" just before HTF starts)
1985-01-19; Rio De Janeiro
01 - Machines Intro
02 - Tear It Up
03 - Tie Your Mother Down
04 - Under Pressure
05 - Somebody To Love
06 - Killer Queen
07 - Seven Seas Of Rhye
08 - Keep Yourself Alive
09 - Liar
10 - Instrumental Inferno-fixed
11 - It's A Hard Life
12 - Vocal Improvisation
13 - Dragon Attack
14 - Now I'm Here
15 - Is This The World We Created
16 - Love Of My Life
17 - Guitar Solo
18 - Hammer To Fall
19 - Crazy Little Thing Called Love
20 - Bohemian Rhapsody
21 - Radio Gaga
22 - I Want To Break Free
23 - Jailhouse Rock
24 - We Will Rock You
25 - We Are The Champions
Thanks for sharing this. I watched this one "live on TV" as a teenager in Brazil. Great memories!
Now this got to be one of the best song lists of all Queen tours... I mean, from Under Pressire to Somebody to Love plus Killer Queen on the medley and Dragon Attack / Now I'm Here? Rock my world :-)
Whilst Freddie's voice sounds a little limited, its a very good concert, with a good March of the black queen improv and also a very impressive finish to Bohemian Rhapdosy!
Those 2 Rio shows are certainly underrated among Queen fans. The first night Freddie's voice was actually in pretty good shape(certainly above average for the Works tour). Check out the ease with which he sings 'I want to break free'(video is on youtube). The second show Freddie's range was more limited but as you point out, he did some nice things with it like that ending to Bohemian Rhapsody. Also the intro to Now I'm here is fantastic.
And the rest of the band play like they usually do: great! And what an audience, huge but also very enthusiastic.
I know Rio is not high on our priorities list(seventies stuff first!) but if ever there will be an official product I'd certainly like it(I hope they don't screw it up then).