The triumphs and the tragedies; Rock Case Studies is a complete review of all the albums from their self-titled debut to Innuendo. Reams of archival interview and performance footage are explored in painstaking detail by a leading team of critics and music journalists. We also have an exclusive interview with Jeff Griffin; the producer of Queens BBC sessions and key member of the Live Aid team, plus the expert insights of seasoned musician and music producer, Les Davidson as he gets to grips with the mechanics of the music that made the band so successful.
Definitive overview of one of the greatest pop-rock acts ever, including expert analysis of their back catalogue by a host of music critics and journalists. Archival footage and interviews with the band--as well as prominent music industry figures--offer up further insight into Queen’s incredible success story.
Documental que relata el proceso de creación de cada disco de Queen.
I'm not familiar with Poundland, but if it's anything like Amazon.co.uk then I'd have to say I disagree with those who say this upload shouldn't be allowed.
For those into Queen, Floyd et al, Amazon is full of DVD's about these bands going under such names as "under review" and "rock case studies".
Generally these feature a bunch of people who didn't even know Queen (or the band in question) personally, banging on about why the group or album is good/great/important.
Sure, these 'critics' are entitled to their view, but as their views take you no closer to the band being featured you might as well ask the guy who works at the post office.
These DVD's usually have no or at least minimal involvement from any of the band or their management- so to say that they are an "official" release just because they happen to be in certain shops is an argument that doesn't quite cut it for me...
Having said all that, sincere thanks to the uploader. I wouldn't spend my hard earned on one of these, and although it's a (relatively) big download I will still take a look and hope that there's one or two nuggets in there that make it worthwhile.