I just got my latest copy of GuitarONE magazine and it says that there is a new Queen DVD coming out called Queen-Under Review 1973-1980 from Chrome Dream. Does anyone know anything about this?
From the magazine...
Debuting in the States in the early '70s, Queen played a critical role in the second British Rock Invation, along with Bowie, Zeppelin, Sabbath, and Floyd. This disc explores the band's formative period, starting with their early history and ending with 1980's Jazz. There's some decent vintage footage, but nothing terribly rare. In other words, hardcore fans won't see much they haven't seen before, while casual fans will consider much of the disc too much information.
SCENE STEALER: Queen history is explained by random talking heads, one of whom is Simon Bradley, an editor of the British magazine Guitarist, who demonstrates some of Brian May's tricks and techniques in detail.
Does anyone own this one yet?
Well that article lost any credibility when they mentioned "finishes with Queen's 1980 Jazz". Im a hardcore fan, 'Jazz' came out in 78, call me too serious, but I hate mistakes like that, either
100% right, or I don't bother.
However, the DVD itself sounds interesting though!!!!!
I bought this yesterday and watched it last night....wasnt that bad, nothing new to get excited about though
The guy showing u how to obtain the Brian May sound was interesting.
Is there going to be a second volume 1980 onwards anyone know?