TOKYO 1998 -

 2 CDR
Label: Uxbridge 2165
Country: Japan.
Released: March 2024.
Recorded: Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo Japan  November 11th. 1998
Sound: Excellent audience recording.
Comments:  From Brian May's 'Another World' 1998 Japanese tour.
Released by 'Uxbridge' Japanese cdr label. Sale price as new 1.649 Japanese Yen.
This concert has been released on other cd/cdr pro-bootlegs for many years ago.
Roots: Audience recording.

Front cover

Back cover
 CDR 1
 1. Intro: Dance With The Devil  ('Cozy Powell', track on tape)
 2. It's Only Make Believe
 3. Come On Babe
 4. Space
 5. Since You Been Gone
 6. Keyboards Solo
     China Belle
 7. Sail Away Sweet Sister
 8. Fat Bottomed Girls
 9. I Want It All
 10. Headlong
 11. Tear It Up
 12. The Show Must Go On
 13. Bass Solo
 14. Last Horizon
 15. Love Of My Life
Band Introduction
 17. Driven By You
 CDR 2
 1. '39  (vocal intro only) ~
 2. Let Your Heart Rule Your Head
 3. Guitar Solo
 4. Drums Solo
 5. Resurrection  (reprise)
 6. Hammer To Fall  (Slow) ~
 7. Hammer To Fall  (Fast)
 8. We Will Rock You
 9. Tie Your Mother Down
 10. No-One But You (Only The Good Die Young)
 11. All The Way From Memphis
 12. Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together)

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Review from web page.
The second day of his solo performance in Japan in 1998, the live performance at Shibuya Public Hall in Tokyo on November 11th was recorded in full for 2 hours and 19 minutes with a good audience recording at the time.
This was part of a world tour accompanying his second solo album ``ANOTHER WORLD,'' which was released in June of this year.
Cozy Powell, who also participated in the recording, passed away before the album was released, and due to that, the live performance was held the day before. Just like on the first day of 1998, the song started with the beat of ``Dance With The Devil,'' which was a nod to Cozy. Brian, who was in disguise, performed an oldies cover, creating a humorous atmosphere, and as the main story began, the second song, Rainbow's ``Since You Been Gone,'' expressed his condolences to Cozy, and after that... I think this is the queen number as well as the solo.
It should be noted that the sets on this tour changed considerably each day, and while the previous day's focus was on solos, on this day there were more Queen numbers, especially "Sail Away Sweet Sister" and "No-One But You (Only The Good Die Young )'', and the last song, ``Teo Torriatte'', is a commemorative item to commemorate the visit to Japan, which is worth checking out since it was not there the day before.