Happy New Year everyone!
This is my littlen new year's present.
“SONGS PREMIUM” - #42 QUEEN (1 hour extended version)
2011 Japanese TV documentary
Broadcated on NHK BS Premium
This TV program was broadcasted in Japanese satellite TV station “NHK BS premium” on December 15, 2011. link
Info from the website of this program :
A British rock band, Queen reached the organization 40th anniversary this year. As there was a big reaction to broadcast in "SONGS" of June, we send the version we enlarged for "SONGS PREMIUM" for 60 minutes.
Though 20 years pass since Freddie Mercury, the lead vocal of Queen, died, the sound of them is still loved by a wide generation. We send many undying famous tunes with precious pictures this time. In addition, Brian May and Roger Taylor, the original members of Queen, accepted "SONGS" exclusive interview appear. From their valuable talking, we approach to the charm of songs of Queen are still loved.
Keep Yourself Alive (PV, part)
Killer Queen (PV, full)
Now I’m Here (Tokyo, April 19, 1975, part)
Somebody To Love (PV, part)
Bohemian Rhapsody (Milton Keynes, June 05, 1982, full)
We Will Rock You (Milton Keynes, June 05, 1982, full)
We Are The Champions (PV, full)
Don’t Stop Me Now (PV, full)
Crazy Little Thing Called Love / Another One Bites The Dust (Milton Keynes, June 05, 1982, full)
Radio Ga Ga (Wembley, July 12, 1986, full)
I Want To Break Free (PV, part)
The Show Must Go On (PV, full)
Interview to Freddie Mercury (1982)
I Was Born To Love You (PV, full)
We Are The Champions (Live Aid, July 13, 1985, full)
Technical information :
Format : BDAV
Region Code - A (East Asia (except Mainland China and Mongolia), Southeast Asia, the Americas and their dependencies)
Bitrate: 19.45 Mbps
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Frame Rate : 29.00 fps
Audio Coding Mode : AAC
Sampling Rate : 48kHz
Audio Channel : 2.0
Bitrate: 255 Kbps
Total running time: 1:00:03
File size: 8.08 GB
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Torrent created using Trader's Little Helper
May the Year 2012 be excellent and totally awesome for everyone:D
Thank you very much for sharing the 8 GB, Masahiko :-) It will take a while for me to complete it. I am very curious to see the NIH bit from 1975 because the 2011 DOOL extras from Japan were not so great as I hoped. I would not be surprised if Japanese TV did a better job!