My best live tracks are in order of favourite....
1.We Will Rock You (fast live killers version)
2.I'm In Love With My Car
3.A Kind Of Magic
6.Sheer Heart Attack
7.Now I'm Here (live killers era)
Action This Day!
They performed it extraordinarily well compared to the studio version, which was good already. Roger's vocals are very strong, you can hear him clearly. And the bass is fantastic.
Queen did a nice job with that.
deleted user 17.11.2004 12:27
Staying Power. Way better than the studio version.
Stone Cold Crazy
Keep Yourself Alive
Tie Your Mother Down
Now I'm Here
imo...Liar always made the show more lively.
I love both one at "Hammy'75" and one at "Earl's'77". I love Freddie's ad-lib in it!
Stone Cold Crazy at "Rainbow'74" is so great!
In first place that must be 'Somebody to love', it's just great, I love it!! I also like: 'We will rock you' (fast version), 'Acion this day', 'Save me', 'Tie your mother down' and 'Bohemian Rhapsody'. All of these songs are imo best played on the On Fire DVD.
These are my favourites:
1. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (because of the instrumental part in the middle)
2. White Queen ( Live at the Rainbow 1974)
3. Now I'm Here
4. The rock 'n roll medleys, especially Tutti Frutti and Jailhouse Rock.
5. Spread Your Wings
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Somebody to Love always works well. I don't why they didn't play it at Wembley because it is a crowd favorite.
White Queen comes close to S.T.L, the only thing it lacks it the chance of participation form the audience. The Rainbow version form 74 is probably the best rendition ever.
Keep yourself Alive is full of energy as is Now I'm Here.
Don't Stop Me Now from the live killers album is great especially when Roger goes "OOO OOO ooooooo".
deleted user 18.11.2004 17:09
I love the lights in SHEER HEART ATTACK on the WWRY DVD, the song is great too of course.
I also love the Zoom 1979 version of Brighton Rock!!
Liar (Hammersmith Odeon)
Somebody To Love (On Fire At The Bowl)
Sweet Lady (Bootleg taped at Madison Square garden)
Bohemian Rhapsody (Wembley)especially during Brians guitar solo, what a classic piece of work!!!
addition to my old post about this topic...
"Hammer To Fall, Radio Ga Ga" from Live Aid
"Hero, Somebody To Love, Save me, Love Of My Life, Fat Bottomed Girls" from MK
more extra addition...
"Big Spender" from Hammy'75
"Rock'n-Roll medly from Earl's Court'77
though not their original... :)