September 5, 1984
AUD > Master Cassette > 1st Gen Cassette > ? > WAV > CDR (x) > WAV (GoldWave pitch/speed correction, re-tracked) > FLAC level 8
This is the classic Freddie Mercury birthday show with numerous references to the occasion, including him stopping the show part way through Love Of My Life to read a greeting card.
While 'first gen' was the given lineage, there is a notable change in quality (i.e. tape generation) at the beginning of the guitar solo.
1) Machines (tape)
2) Tear It Up
3) Tie Your Mother Down
4) Under Pressure
5) Somebody To Love
6) Killer Queen
7) Seven Seas Of Rhye
8) Keep Yourself Alive
10) It's A Hard Life
11) Staying Power
12) Dragon Attack
13) Now I'm Here
14) Is This The World We Created?
15) Love Of My Life
16) Stone Cold Crazy
17) Great King Rat / keyboard solo [cut]
1) keyboard solo
2) guitar solo
3) Brighton Rock (ending)
4) Another One Bites The Dust
5) Hammer To Fall
6) Crazy Little Thing Called Love
7) Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting
8) Bohemian Rhapsody
9) Radio Ga Ga
10) I Want To Break Free
11) Jailhouse Rock
12) We Will Rock You
13) We Are The Champions
14) God Save The Queen link link link
Enjoy, and keep it lossless!
I listened to the WAV files, and I notice that the volume is very very low (quite inaudible), and there is also a lot of hiss....
I wonder if my FLAC frontend doesn't work or maybe my ears... =)
anybody could be so kind to make a hiss & volume project on this show?
It would be very appreciated...thanks in andvance
I have not listened again to the recording but just some random songs on the second disc. As far as I remember, there are not errors on the first disc, even if i need to verify again. I localized at least one slight click at 0:58 on Brighton Rock reprise, one bad click at 1:24 on AOBTD and another bad one at 0:28 on WWRY. I'm sure there are others, sometimes several on some songs. Is it the same on your disc? It is not a big deal as if the errors are also on your disc, it can be easily fixed but if your copy is clean, it's better!
You mean that these errors could be on the original tape? I realy doubt it, they really sound like digital errors (except maybe the error in Brighton Rock reprise). Anyway, I'll try to find the time to correct them.