GIBOUSHI

 2 CD

Label: Shakuntala STCD 171/ 172
Country: Japan
Released: January 2019
Recorded: Budokan Hall, Tokyo  Japan  April 13th. 1979.
Sound: Excellent audience recording.
Comments:  Nice bootleg from the first concert, on this Japanese 'Jazz' tour.
Roots: Audience recorded tape.
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Front cover

  DISC ONE
 01. We Will Rock You
 02. Let Me Entertain You
 03. Somebody To Love
 04. Fat Bottomed Girls
 05. Death On Two Legs
 06. Killer Queen
 07. Bicycle Race
 08. I'm in Love With My Car
 09. Get Down Make Love
 10. You're My Best Friend
 11. Now I'm Here
 12. Don't Stop Me Now
 13. Spread Your Wings
 14. Dreamers Ball
 15. Love of My Life

 DISC TWO
 01. '39
 02. It's Late
 03. Brighton Rock
 04. Keep Yourself Alive
 05. Bohemian Rhapsody
 06. Tie Your Mother Down
 07. Sheer Heart Attack
 08. We Will Rock You
 09. We Are The Champions
 10. God Save The Queen






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From internet.

Queen 's visit to Japan during Freddy' s life is counted six times, 1975, 1976, 1979, 1981, 1982, and 1985. There are no other artists whose performance took place in Japan at such frequencies.
I guess it is more than anything more than anything queen and Japanese fans are connected by a special tie. Yes, Japanese fans are also special for the Queen, for example Brian has also announced a message to care for Japanese fans as soon as the Great East Japan Earthquake. This work is the very first day of the 1979 Japanese performance which will be the third visit to Japan, April 13 the Nippon Budokan performance is recorded.


The new album "JAZZ" that began in July 1978 continued recording until October, and the release was indeed a speed release, in November 1978. Although the title is "JAZZ", it is not related to musical jazz and it is a slang called "meaningless word". Actually there are not many jazzy songs. As a tour accompanying this album, the performance in Japan arrived early in April 1979.

The Japanese performance of this year reached 14 performances over the long term, reflecting the growing Queen's popularity. Concerts were also organized in so-called rural areas such as Budokan, as well as Kanazawa and Fukuoka, Yamaguchi and Sapporo. And this work is complete recording on the first day of the first day of April 13, 1979 Nihon Budokan performance with high sound quality. Permanent preservation of a beautiful picture / disk specification A tightly pressed press. Japanese style attaching.