|Artist: Queen + Adam Lambert
Venue: Telenor Arena
Date: Sunday 2018-06-17
Equipment: ZOOM H2n Handy Recorder
Linage: AUD > ZOOM H2n Handy Recorder > WAV (48kHz/24-bit) > FLAC level 8 (48kHz/24-bit)
01 Track 13 overture [tape] (1:37)
02 Tear It Up (3:02)
03 Seven Seas of Rhye (1:24)
04 Tie Your Mother Down (4:51)
05 Play The Game (3:23)
06 Headlong/White Man excerpts (0:56)
07 Fat Bottomed Girls (6:32)
08 Killer Queen (2:32)
09 AL speech (3:14)
10 Don't Stop Me Now (3:51)
11 Bicycle Race (1:48)
12 I'm in Love with My Car (2:59)
13 Another One Bites The Dust (3:31)
14 Lucy (4:10)
15 Vocal & Guitar improvisation (2:21)
16 I Want It All (5:52)
17 BM speech (0:35)
18 Edward Grieg's Piano Concerto in A minor Op. 16 (1:05)
19 Love of My Life (4:50)
20 BMs Selfie Stick (3:45)
21 Somebody To Love (6:20)
22 Crazy Little Thing Called Love (4:30)
23 Drum Battle (3:02)
24 Band introduction by RT (1:23)
25 Under Pressure (4:00)
26 I Want To Break Free (3:53)
27 You Take My Breath Away [tape] (0:45)
28 Who Wants to Live Forever (3:50)
29 Last Horizon (5:01)
30 Guitar Solo (5:10)
31 The Show Must Go On (4:12)
32 Radio Ga Ga (4:44)
33 Bohemian Rhapsody (6:20)
34 Waiting for encore (2:51)
35 Day-O [tape - excerpt from Wembley '86] (1:05)
36 We Will Rock You (2:53)
37 We Are the Champions (4:38)
38 God Save the Queen [tape] (1:49)
Total Time: 2:08:44
Adam Lambert - vocals
Brian May - guitars, vocals
Roger Taylor - drums, vocals
Spike Edney - keyboards, vocals
Neil Fairclough - bass guitars, vocals
Tyler Warren - percussion, additional drums, vocals
|The Real Wizard
|Nicely done - thank you !
Looking forward to the Grieg snippet.
|Thank you for this!|
|Before Brian started playing the little Grieg part, he asked us in the audience if we had our "day of Grieg today". The reason he asked us may have come of that NRK (Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation) since Friday had broadcasted about thirty hours of Grieg's music on the occasion of his 175th birthday. These endless live broadcasts have almost become a norwegian phenomenon. This is not a joke but last year we could watch "Reindeer migration - minute by minute". In my country this kind of television is popularly called "slow-TV". So what's next then? See paint dry: minute by minute?
Anyway... it was a pleasure to finally see Brian, Roger and of course Spike live at last. As you know, Queen has not played here since '82 (that's about thirteen years before I was born), so this sunday evening was a dream come true for me. And they did a great gig too. Adam sounded really good - no doubt he has a great voice. But it was Brian's guitar playing which sent shivers down my spine that evening. And Roger's voice is still as hoarse and rasping as it was forty years ago.
I hope most of you will enjoy my first post at this forum. And before I forget, I would like to thank those of you who have over the years shared concert recordings here at Queenzone, and especially the one from Norway '82 :-)
So each and everyone of you who contributes with such material on this site - keep up the good work.
|Thank you so much!!|
|The Real Wizard
Roxy95 wrote: Before Brian started playing the little Grieg part, he asked us in the audience if we had our "day of Grieg today". The reason he asked us may have come of that NRK (Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation) since Friday had broadcasted about thirty hours of Grieg's music on the occasion of his 175th birthday. These endless live broadcasts have almost become a norwegian phenomenon. This is not a joke but last year we could watch "Reindeer migration - minute by minute". In my country this kind of television is popularly called "slow-TV". So what's next then? See paint dry: minute by minute?As someone who lives in a country less than 175 years old, I actually marvel at that kind of celebration of culture. You're lucky to have it.
Furthermore, it is enviable how fiscally smart your country has been over the years to the point that the public broadcaster can afford to air reindeer migrations for those who want to watch it. It is admirable.
|Whao! Television takes time to do this in your country?! Thirty hours of Grieg?! I wish we had this on our public channels in France. The money people spend in taxes to watch stupid tv games could be better used... In France, we don't have TV commercials on public channels after 8.30 PM and now we have documentaries and theatre in prime time, which was not the case ten years ago. It's getting better, but not to the point of having a celebration of thirty hours for a French composer. See paint dry minute by minute? Well, I wouldn't watch it even if we had. Quite a long time ago, a channel called Canal Jimmy had broadcast a whole day of kaleidoscopic pictures or lava lamp pictures with background music just to experiment. Quite funny at that time but never seen again...
Thanks for the share.
|Maybe next year they will invite Brian for a live commentary of the reindeer migration, while Spike will play Krieg (that's Grieg on Korg), and force Breivik to watch it every day.|
|Thank you for the share|
|Hi! Nice share and the first post. Very curious to hear my favourite guitarist playing one of my 3 favourite piano concertos!|
|Thanks a lot for this!
I was there, standing right in front of Brian, what a great show!
|Verdens gang (VG) gave the concert 5 out of 6 link
Dagbladet gave the concert 3 out of 6 link
Thanks for sharing.
|«Queen without Mercury is like an egg without a caviar.»
The journalist from Dagbladet had probably decided before the concert what he would give. By the end of the review, the reader will understand that this journalist mayby should had done some research:
«... and" Bohemian Rhapsody" comes naturally - with classic Queen on video screen and harmony that is not possible to recreate with today's crew.»
I'll download the concert just for the Piece of Grieg.
|The Real Wizard
Roxy95 wrote: «Queen without Mercury is like an egg without a caviar.»That's actually a pretty accurate analogy.
And it's by no means unfair. Eggs benedict is still damn delicious, but it ain't caviar. And nobody's pretending it is.
|ohh Roxy you beauty! this is what I call a first post, cracking job|
|Thanks a lot|
|Thanks. Curious about the headlong bit.|
|Good quality and nice to listen to. Is it really the 2nd show they ever played in Norway?
The audience seems to be in good mood and that's what counts in the end, no matter what you think about the project Queen +AL.
The night in Berlin was also rockin' but no surprises and still shame on them for banning the News Of The World songs. That would have fit so well with Frank in my opinion.
Thank you for taping and sharing and take care.
|Although they visited several places in Scandinavia through the 70's and 80's (Sweden in '74, '77, '78, '82 and '86 and Denmark in '77 and '78), I've only found out that Queen were supposed to do a concert in Oslo '74 the same week as both Finland and Sweden. But shortly before the event should have take place the concert was canceled due to the traffic accident in Sweden.
In this both entertaining and a bit embarrassing interview, Brian briefly mentions Oslo as an upcoming concert (5:47).
In the later years, Brian actually played at Rockefeller in Oslo in september '98 and Tromsø in june 2005 (The 46664 Arctic Concert). He also performed the guitar solo during Bohemian Rhapsody at the norwegian première of the We Will Rock You musical at Folketeateret in Oslo in january 2011. Roger was present during the show, but did not play.
|Good thread. I think Brian has been mixing up the tunes he jams before FBG.|
|Thanks a lot.|
|Thank you very much for this|
|Thank you !!! A torrent please?? I have restrictions with Mega..Thank you in advance|
|Thanks for this.
Here is a torrent for those who need it: