THE QUEEN  SPECIAL 

1 CDR /DVDR

Label: Uxbridge 935
Country: Japan
Released: December 2018
Recorded: Hammersmith Odeon, London
Sound: Excellent professional recording, television program.
Comments:  From the television Queen program with the same name as this bootleg.
One dvdr disc &1 cdr disc.
Roots: From a television program.
Time: DVDR 39:24 / CDR - 60:36


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  DISC 1: DVDR
 
THE QUEEN SPECIAL:
 Japanese Broadcast Version  
 Broadcast Date: 19th August 1981
 1. Now I’m Here
 2. Another One Bites The Dust  (promo clip)
 3. You’re Are My Best Friend
 4. Flash’s Theme  (promo clip
 5. Let Me Entertain You
 6. Don’t Stop Me Now
 7. Killer Queen
 8. I’m In Love With My Car
 9. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
 10. Sheer Heart Attack
 11. Save Me
 12. We Will Rock You
 13. We Are The Champions
 14. God Save The Queen
 PRO-SHOT COLOUR NTSC Approx.40min.









 DISC 2: CDR
 BBC ENCORE HOUR Presents
 “THE QUEEN SPECIAL”
 Broadcasted in Japan 1981
 1. DJ Intro
 2. Programme Intro
 3. Now I’m Here
 4. Another One Bites The Dust
 5. You’re My Best Friend
 6. Street Interview
 7. Flash’s Theme
 8. We Will Rock You
 9. Let Me Entertain You
 10. Don’t Stop Me Now
 11. Street Interview
 12. Killer Queen
 13. I’m In Love With My Car
 14. Street Interview
 15. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
 16. Somebody To Love
 17. Sheer Heart Attack
 18. Street Interview
 19. Save Me
 20. Street Interview
 21. We Will Rock You
 22. We Are The Champions
 23. God Save The Queen
 24. DJ Outro.
 25. Fat Bottomed Girls


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Queen / The Queen Special Japanese Broadcast Version / 1CDR+1DVDR – GiGin Japan
Disc 1 contains the Japanese broadcast version of “THE QUEEN SPECIAL” which was produced by British BBC.
In the UK, it was produced as a 50-minute program, but Japan was broadcast on a 40-minute frame on August 19, 1981 at a state-run music program “Young Music Show.” (We Will Rock You (fast) in the first half and Somebody To Love in the middle are cut entirely.
There are also subtle cuts of a part of the songs and managed somehow in 40 minutes.) For real-time fans, I guess there are many people who watched this program since 6 o’clock in the evening of summer vacation. Perfectly recorded from opening to ending.
Mania used a stereo broadcast version that was recorded at that time, both image quality and sound quality are recorded with impeccable quality. (We are using two recording masters, the first 15 seconds is the normal version, since that it is recorded from the high image quality and high image quality master until the last.
The connection is also beautifully finished, so you do not know unless you point out It is a level.) Contents are recorded from “Cambodia Refugee Relief Concert” in Hammersmith Odeon, London on December 26, 1979, and on the way there is a different diff · promo from the regular version of Another One Bites The Dust and Flash’s Theme · The clip is amazingly edited at 50 seconds and 1 minute 35 seconds of Another One Bites The Dust, the tempo does not match at all.This process also makes us feel the era.This Flash’s Theme The diff edition version is pretty funny), and a street corner interview and a unique production enter before several songs and it’s a unique edit that it becomes a motif (or intro) and leads to a song It has been made.
Moreover, because of the Japanese broadcast, original translation can be seen in various places, and its unique translated text is also a fun point. It was not surprising that many of the fans had shrunk in front of the television at the time, in the form of We Will Rock You being scolded by Superman. It is the final performance of “CRAZY TOUR” that took place around the UK from late November 1979 to the end of December and release of “The Game” is basically a set on the extension line of the “Jazz” tour basically after half a year However, on this tour, two songs of Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Save Me, which made a big hit with the previous single release in October of the same year, were played as new songs. (Both are recorded with bilinguals and this early live version is a fantastic sight of Freddie and it is a wonderful attraction, but Save Me’s guitar solo sounds like Brian disconnects the sound It is a hard and straightforward performance that seems like this time is wonderful, even if it is not a fan, it will be nailed to the screen to its attractive performance!
Even though it was 40 minutes, the shock that this amazing picture was broadcasted on Wednesday afternoon from 6 o’clock to 6:40 pm in the middle of Japan was a shock to the rock fans at that time.

Changed, Disk 2. This includes one hour of “THE QUEEN SPECIAL” broadcast on state radio in 1981. Like the image on Disc 1, the radio version of “THE QUEEN SPECIAL” produced by BBC in the UK. With the project title “BBC Angkor Hour” by popular DJ, the 4th day of the program which was broadcasted for 5 consecutive days with White Snake, Eric Clapton, Japan, Queen, Crusaders is recorded. “Originally it was a material for television, it is a plan to let the audio part be listened to by FM’s high-quality radio waves”, and the state-run television broadcast in August of the same year shortened to 40 minutes in relation to the time frame Although it was, this radio show, as DJ also enthusiastically explained, it contains a full 50-minute program full.
Therefore, We Will Rock You and Somebody To Love cut by Nippon Television Broadcasting are included. Although it is a strange thing to listen to the program only for sound only on the radio, including a mock-up comment on the way including the musical comments on the way, “THE QUEEN SPECIAL” was broadcast like this in Japan like this In a sense, it can be said that it is a valuable record that you know what to say.
Because the former is a television, it is also fun to exclaim that “we did not do it from the ground that suddenly fade-outs, cuts and scenes entered in the middle of the way,” as the former is a television. Due to the broadcast of popularity peak, many fans listened to in real time and listened to the air checked tape?
It can be said to be a valuable sample of the era when the radio was very important for Western fans. ★

Includes 2 versions of 1981 Nippon Television Broadcasting and Radio Broadcasting of BBC Queen special number “THE QUEEN SPECIAL” produced in 1980.
Although it is a maniac project, the Japanese broadcast version is a very valuable record that can only be seen here and not listened to.