Queen - Under Pressure (Live at The Bowl, 05 June 1982) Hot Space Tour Queen on Fire Queen - Live at Wembley Stadium 11/07/1986 First Concert at Wembley, Rare Footage Magic Tour NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED, JUST MAGIC
1) Deacky looked so cute throughout the whole video like omg my heart 💓🕺🏻 2) Roger covering up for Freddie knowing the fact how much its hurting him while singing had giving the biggest uwu feeling ever. How much he cared for him is wat it showed. 3)Brian giving Freddie encouraging looks in between and especially when Fred did that high note. 4) And of course Freddie giving a great performance as always even after how much his throat was hurting. At the end of the video you can definitely see that he well knew that this wasn’t his best performance but he loves his fans so much he did it for them. He was sad in this performance and didn’t have a very good day before.
This version of "Under Pressure" was recorded live in Montreal, Quebec, Canada at the Montreal Forum on November 24 1981, ten years to the date before Freddie Mercury died. Brian May and Roger Taylor said that this was the first time ever they performed the song live.
This was Queens last perfomance on US TV. Enjoy. This is the actual video footage of that performance. Enjoy. 👉If you have enjoyed the videos please leave a like and subscribe for daily content on my channel.👈 "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." #BohemianRhapsody #FreddieMercury #Queen #BrianMay #RogerTaylor #JohnDeacon #Music #RamiMalek #UnderPressure #JimHutton #Innuendo #Legends #Movie #Subscribe
Queen live at Wembley Stadium 1985 Song written by Queen and David Bowie
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Under Pressure (Live At Milton Keynes Bowl / June 1982) · Queen On Fire: Live At The Bowl ℗ 2004 Queen Productions Ltd, under exclusive licence to Universal International Music BV Released on: 2004-01-01 Producer, Executive Producer, Associated Performer, Guitar: Brian May Producer, Executive Producer, Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion, Unknown, Other: Roger Taylor Associated Performer, Vocalist, Vocals: Freddie Mercury Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: John Deacon Associated Performer, Piano, Additional Keyboards: Morgan Fisher Unknown, Other: Justin Shirley-Smith Unknown, Other: Mack Unknown, Other: Mick McKenna Unknown, Other: Pete "The Fish" Stevens Unknown, Other: Greg Cox Unknown, Other, Producer: Queen Unknown, Other: David Bowie Unknown, Other: Tim Young Producer: Justin Shirley-Smith Associated Performer, Background Vocalist, Drums, Percussion: Roger Taylor Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Reinhold Mack Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Mick McKenna Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Pete Stevens Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Greg Cox Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Tim Young Composer Lyricist: Queen Composer Lyricist: David Bowie Auto-generated by YouTube.
As requested by Sephiroth34567890, and thebiggestqueenfan: I have decided to put up the BEST fucking Hot Space gig out there! If you thought "Live At The Bowl," or Leeds was the best concert, THINK AGAIN! This gig sees Freddie Mercury hitting some of his highest notes for 1982 (B4s and C5s)! The quality is great, and the gig itself is even better! In my opinion, the Somebody To Love from this concert is BETTER than the Milton Keynes version. Get your Hot Space NOW!!! NOTE: The crowd is AWESOME!
After getting millions of things done, recharging my creative juices, getting work done on other channels, and commenting on thousands of posts, I have decided to return to my normal schedule of uploading Queen concerts at an absolute ridiculous pace! You will also see some more creative descriptions (yes, I'm always working on getting them at the best levels that I can get)! To start this "revival" of sorts, lets begin with this show from the North American Hot Space Tour! This was requested by that awesome subscriber named "chrisys93." He turned 19 last month, so Happy Belated Birthday my fellow Queen fan (sorry for missing the Birthday deadline for the upload)! This recording has decent quality, and it's mostly complete (the guitar solo and "Body Language" have cuts). Onto the show itself: The atmosphere is great (gotta love Madison Square Garden and the crowds that attend shows at the venue), and Queen perform a very energetic set! Unfortunately it isn't Freddie's or Brian's best night on this show: Possibly due to stage nervousness (it's the first of two shows at MSG on this tour), Brian makes several guitar and timing errors throughout the set (often hitting bad chords or coming in at the wrong places during songs). As for Freddie, his voice is in pretty decent shape overall, but despite his voice not being as strong as it was in Europe, he still INSISTS on going for higher notes on songs (like the B4s on "Action This Day," and the Bb4s on the first verse of "Bohemian Rhapsody" being prime examples). He'll either crack badly, or doing something called the "disintegration phrasing" (his voice will give out on a note, and sound absolutely awful). Watch out for some pretty rough vocals on "Action This Day" (where he cracks a B4, then makes wrong note choices as the song progresses), "Play The Game" (where he strains on the A4s, and then has a really bad crack later on), "Staying Power" (Freddie gives out on a B4 attempt, and sounds rough throughout the song), "Body Language" (he squawks on some notes), and "Bohemian Rhapsody" (where he completely disintegrates the Bb4s during the first verse, and sounds rough on some key parts of the song). Despite these set-backs, Freddie does solid renditions of "Rock It (Prime Jive)," "Now I'm Here," "Dragon Attack," "Save Me," "Calling All Girls," and does a nice "Somebody To Love" improv before "Bohemian Rhapsody!" ENJOY!!!
You can support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/QueenHouse85 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/queenhouse85/ Facbook: https://www.facebook.com/QueenHouse85 "This remix is very close to the final album version. The bass lines seem to be a bit more prominent in the mix and the overall sound is a little less muddy. Freddie singing "that's okay!" has been removed right before Bowie sings, "it's the terror of knowing..." It is unknown who did this remix. It is rumored that this is actually an old mix from around the Hot Space time period". Info taken from www.QueenVault.com This video is a new mix between the Wembley version (12/7/86), the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert version at the same stadium in 1992, and the now old video made by DoRo for Under Pressure (Rah Mix) in 1999. @elvillegas Rocks! #ChileIsDead #ChileMurio
Taken from Hot Space, 1982. Click here to buy the DVD with this video at the Official Queen Store: http://www.queenonlinestore.com The official 'Under Pressure' music video. Taken from Queen - 'Greatest Video Hits 2'. Subscribe to the official Queen channel Here https://Queen.lnk.to/Subscribe Watch more: https://Queen.lnk.to/OfficialMusicVideos About Queen: Welcome to the official Queen channel. Subscribe today for exclusive Queen videos, including live shows, interviews, music videos & much more. Connect with Queen Online: Visit the official Queen Website: https://Queen.lnk.to/Official Follow Queen on Instagram: https://Queen.lnk.to/Instagram Follow Queen on TikTok: https://Queen.lnk.to/TikTokOfficial Follow Queen on Twitter: https://Queen.lnk.to/Twitter Queen - Under Pressure (Official Video) https://www.youtube.com/user/queenofficial
Gregsynthbootlegs presents to you wonderful people: The 2nd Vienna Hot Space concert! This concert is the first time when "Body Language" is played. It sounds much closer to the record version (rather than the "compressed" version it would become later on). Freddie's voice is in great shape (and better than last night's gig!), and the quality of this bootleg is quite nice! To sum it up, this is one of the best concerts on the Hot Space tour!
By request - from the 1998 DVD, with the 4:3 open matte.
Hey everyone, I'm glad to be back and today I've got a bit of a different upload for you all! This is the final show of the Hot Space Tour and of the Japanese leg of the tour and Freddie's voice is very unstable throughout but does surprisingly well on *some* songs! This is the only soundboard audio available which comes from the VHS release "Queen Live At Japan 1982". There are surprisingly no overdubs at all, the only altered part of the entire gig is during WATC where Freddie's mic is lowered in the mic to obscure a horrible crack! Only 60 mins of the concert video-wise has surfaced, most likely due to Freddie's voice giving out and cracking on several bad occasions, such as on "Play The Game" and "Body Language"! First song of the night is the final performances of "Flash" and "The Hero" both of which are generally great but Freddie cracks badly on "end of story"! Next is the fast "We Will Rock You" which is overall descent! Following is "Action This Day" which is again fairly descent, next is "Calling All Girls" which again is quite good considering what kind of gig this is! "Now I'm Here" is great but Freddie cracks a few times during it, specifically before the second verse and on "Go Johnny"! What follows is the best and final performance of "Put Out The Fire" Freddie sustains the notes well and doesn't crack! Dragon Attack is fairly descent and the NIH reprise is good with Freddie shouting "blood out your ass"?!? Can someone maybe conform that? lol "Love Of My Life" is a great version especially with the audience enthusiastically singing along! "Save Me" the last performance of the song is great with Freddie sustaining the notes well! Next is a very daring version of "Under Pressure" with Freddie sustaining and nailing the "higher" and "why" parts, very surprising! Next is a fantastic version of "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" with an amazing instrumental solo from everyone, especially Fred Mandel on the piano. Next is "Bohemian Rhapsody" which has Freddie cracking several times throughout, not a great version and what follows is "Tie Your Mother Down" which again has Freddie cracking all over the place! "Teo Torriatte" is next which is a descent last performance but again Freddie's voice is now really showing it's wear and tear of touring for over 7 months, "We Will Rock You" is fairly descent with Freddie embellishing "face" on the second verse. Finally "We Are The Champions" which is a very interesting version, Freddie starts off great but after the second verse things go downhill very quickly, Freddie has one of the most interesting cracks in his live career happen on "fighting", so much so his voice is brought down in the final mix! I hope you all enjoy! For more information and pictures on this gig, check out: http://queenlive.ca/queen/82-11-03.htm
Hope you guys love Freddie singing REALLY powerfully, because this concert is the definition of RAW POWER! Freddie nails from time-to-time those very high 4th octave notes....Ah, what more bullshit should I tell my subscribers? OK, on to business: This gig is in great quality, and complete--which is a HUGE plus for this concert. The band sound very tight and energetic on this concert, and as for Freddie's voice... that deserves a paragraph by itself! After Freddie's birthday gig, Freddie and his vocal nodules got into a huge screaming match backstage--leaving Freddie with his voice in probably the WORST shape I've EVER heard in the 1980s (yes, it's worse than Japan 1982, and SNL 1982)! His voice has weakened greatly compared to the beginning of the tour--to the point where he has to sing songs in a similar way to his Japan 1976/1979 concerts! On the positive side: Freddie's falsettos sound top-notch, and his improvs are creative as usual! ENJOY!!! Note: Freddie demonstrates how not to sing the intro to "It's A Hard Life." Note 2: Roger gets a bit too excited during the intro of "Under Pressure." He comes in early with the drum beat!
Audio taken from "Queen - The Singles Collection Vol.4" http://queenpoland.wordpress.com/ ----------------------------- "Freddie Mercury" "Roger Taylor" "Brian May" "John Deacon" "Bohemian Rhapsody" "Don't Stop Me Now" "I Want It All" "Somebody To Love" "These Are The Days Of Our Lives" "We Will Rock You" "We Are The Champions" "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" "Fat Bottomed Girls" "Bicycle Race" "Play The Game" "A Kind Of Magic" "Innuendo" "Another One Bites The Dust" "Killer Queen" "You're My Best Friend" "Breakthru" "Body Language" "Under Pressure" "Wembley" "I'm Going Slightly Mad" "Breakthru" "Barcelona" "Scandal" "The Miracle" "Radio Ga Ga" "Heaven For Everyone" "One Vision" "Hammer To Fall" "I Want To Break Free"
The following upload is the first from the 80’s on this channel! This concert is the recently discovered soundboard recording of their 8th night in Sun City. City: Sun City, Bophuthatswana Venue: Sun City Super Bowl Setlist: 1. “Machines" 2. “Tear It Up” 3. “Tie Your Mother Down” 4 .“Under Pressure” 5. “Somebody To Love” 6. “Killer Queen” 7. “Seven Seas Of Rhye” 8. “Keep Yourself Alive” 9. “Liar” 10. “Impromptu” 11. “It’s A Hard Life” 12. “Dragon Attack” 13. “Now I’m Here” 14. “Is This The World We Created…?” 15. “Love Of My Life” 16. “Another One Bites The Dust” 17. “Hammer To Fall” 18. “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” 19. “Bohemian Rhapsody” 20. “Radio Ga Ga” Encore 21. “I Want To Break Free” 22. “Jailhouse Rock” Encore 23. “We Will Rock You” 24. “We Are The Champions” 25. “God Save The Queen” This is the 8th of 9 problematic shows at the Sun City Super Bowl in Bophuthatswana, a Bantustan of South Africa. Freddie has had vocal problems during the earlier shows, to the point at which they actually had to cut short their show on the 7th October. Tonight they are late to get on stage. Despite all the problems, they manage to play a good show. Freddie leads the band into an improvisation between "Somebody To Love" and "Killer Queen" that has a large similarity to a part of The March Of The Black Queen. Brian and Roger then join in with an improvised rendition of My Fairy King. The Impromptu from this show is outstanding, where Freddie naturally puts in all his effort, even so that he is puffed out by the start of “It’s A Hard Life”. This show is unique in that it is the first time that Freddie introduces “Dragon Attack” since the band started playing it in 1980. Freddie introduces “Another One Bites The Dust” with his 'tits and ass' joke, normally said before Fat Bottomed Girls on other tours. This concert also includes a brief singalong of We Will Rock You before “Hammer To Fall” (like done in Stockholm 1982 before Fat Bottomed Girls). Brian completely forgets the slide solo during “Radio Ga Ga” prompting Freddie to save the day by singing it in falsetto. Freddie also masters the bridge of “I Want To Break Free”. Enjoy!
Taken from DVD ' Live at Wembley Stadium' Editing by me in HD http://www.queenforever.it/
Sing along to 'Under Pressure' with this official karaoke style Queen lyric video. Originally released on the 1982 album 'Hot Space' Subscribe to the official Queen channel Here https://Queen.lnk.to/Subscribe Watch more: https://Queen.lnk.to/OfficialLyricVideos About Queen: Welcome to the official Queen channel. Subscribe today for exclusive Queen videos, including live shows, interviews, music videos & much more. Connect with Queen Online: Visit the official Queen Website: https://Queen.lnk.to/Official Follow Queen on Instagram: https://Queen.lnk.to/Instagram Follow Queen on TikTok: https://Queen.lnk.to/TikTokOfficial Follow Queen on Twitter: https://Queen.lnk.to/Twitter Queen ft. David Bowie - Under Pressure (Official Lyric Video) https://www.youtube.com/user/queenofficial
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Mm ba ba de Um bum ba de Um bu bu bum da de Pressure pushing down on me Pressing down on you no man ask for Under pressure - that burns a building down Splits a family in two Puts people on streets Um ba ba be Um ba ba be De day da Ee day da - that's o.k. It's the terror of knowing What this world is about Watching some good friends Screaming 'Let me out' Pray tomorrow - gets me higher Pressure on people - people on streets Day day de mm hm Da da da ba ba O.k. Chipping around - kick my brains around the floor These are the days it never rains but it pours Ee do ba be Ee da ba ba ba Um bo bo Be lap People on streets - ee da de da de People on streets - ee da de da de da de da It's the terror of knowing What this world is about Watching some good friends Screaming 'Let me out' Pray tomorrow - gets me higher high high Pressure on people - people on streets Turned away from it all like a blind man Sat on a fence but it don't work Keep coming up with love but it's so slashed and torn Why - why - why ? Love love love love love Insanity laughs under pressure we're cracking Can't we give ourselves one more chance Why can't we give love that one more chance Why can't we give love give love give love give love give love give love give love give love give love 'Cause love's such an old fashioned word And love dares you to care for The people on the edge of the night And love dares you to change our way of Caring about ourselves This is our last dance This is ourselves Under pressure Under pressure Pressure
Queen live in knebworth park '86....Last concert Freddie ever did.
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Queen Live at the Montreal Forum Montreal, Quebec, Canada July 21st, 1982 Audience Recording Sound Quality: A-/B+ Attendance: 18,000 The first show of Queen's last tour of North America began where they last left off. After recording two nights at the Forum in 1981, they chose the same venue to kick off their Rock N America Tour just 8 months later. Freddie voice has gone through some noticeable changes since the last show in Milton Keynes. He is straining his voice much more and is forcing out notes now, and it only gets worse from here. Good news is that he generally still sounds strong on this show, with only Play the Game giving him issues tonight. The band sound fresh back on tour with their new auxiliary keyboardist Fred Mandel, and this is a great performance overall. Back Chat is played tonight, and it's the only recording of the song from this whole tour leg (although they did play it on the final show in Inglewood, there is no recording of it); it would be brought back for one more show in Japan later in the year. Radio Advertisement - 0:00 1. Flash (Intro) - 0:47 2. Rock It - 2:32 3. We Will Rock You (Fast) - 6:36 4. Action This Day - 7:37 5. Play the Game - 12:34 6. Staying Power - 17:23 7. Now I'm Here - 21:19 8. Dragon Attack - 26:59 9. Now I'm Here (Reprise) - 30:28 10. Save Me - 32:04 11. Calling All Girls - 36:34 12. Back Chat - 40:59 13. Get Down, Make Love - 45:38 14. Guitar Solo - 49:10 15. Under Pressure - 54:18 16. Ay Oh - 57:55 17. Fat Bottomed Girls - 58:38 18. Crazy Little Thing Called Love - 1:03:38 19. Bohemian Rhapsody - 1:07:44 20. Tie Your Mother Down - 1:13:11 21. Body Language - 1:16:55 22. Another One Bites the Dust - 1:19:51 23. We Will Rock You - 1:23:39 24. We Are the Champions - 1:25:59 25. God Save the Queen - 1:29:29 Download Link: https://mega.nz/#!wixRhZoZ!RsisLd2B5ufBH2xXO2ucGyesjsob7YDtnfZ2-M1ihKg
Queen performed two huge nights at the Rock In Rio festival in 1985, both shows started around at 2am each night so technically speaking the show dates are 12th and the 19th! Queen set the record for the biggest paying audience playing to 250,000 people each night although some sources estimate that they actually played to around 350,00 - 470,000 on the first night! The band play very solid on both nights and Freddie's voice is in great shape for the first night which is better than most of the Works Tour which is why most of the audio/visual were used from the first night. For this concert, I have merged together the current best sources as the official VHS/DVD combines the best audio and video moments like the Rock Montreal release. Most of the time, the video comes from the "Rock In Rio - Lost Footage" DVD but I will also list below other HQ sources. Also, all of the audio in this upload is coming from Bob's 4 Source Merge so BIG thanks to him for creating that which merges together the best audio bits and transitions nicely in between sources! Below is the list of video sources that are used in this upload! • Various TV Reports, Interviews and Kurgan's TV Report - Restored By Chief Mouse (BIG Thanks!) • 'Rock in Rio' 2013 DVD Release • 'Rock In Rio - Lost Footage' DVD • Globo 2015 Documentary - Restored By Chief Mouse • 'The Great Pretender' 2012 Documentary Enjoy!! For more information and pictures on this gig, check out: http://queenlive.ca/queen/85-01-12.htm Wondering where I got this footage, check out here to download: http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=562065 (Lost Footage DVD) http://www.queenzone.com/forums/1418218/rio-12-01-1985-hq-bits-from-doc-processed.aspx
It was recorded in Montreal, Quebec, at the Montreal Forum on 24 November and 25 November 1981, exactly ten years before lead singer Freddie Mercury died of AIDS. Allmusic described Queen's performance as being "deliberately theatrical and often majestic". Queen - Live in Montreal (1981) 00:00 - Intro 01:08 - We Will Rock You (Fast) 04:13 - Let Me Entertain you 07:17 - Play The Game 11:11 - Somebody To Love 18:45 - Killer Queen 20:44 - I'm In Love With My Car 22:47 - Get Down, Make Love 27:34 - Save Me 31:41 - Now I'm Here 37:09 - Dragon Attack 40:23 - Now I'm Here (Reprise) 42:13 - Love Of My Life 45:57 - Under Pressure 49:39 - Keep Yourself Alive 53:08 - Drum and Tympani Solo 56:13 - Guitar Solo 01:01:48 - Crazy Little Thing Called Love 01:05:43 - Jailhouse Rock 01:08:26 - Bohemian Rhapsody 01:13:57 - Tie Your Mother Down 01:17:48 - Another One Bites The Dust 01:21:50 - Sheer Heart Attack 01:25:43 - We Will Rock You 01:27:53 - We Are The Champions 01:31:20 - God Save The Queen!
Queen Live at the Stadthalle Vienna, Austria May 12th, 1982 Audience/Soundboard Merge Sound Quality: A Attendance: 14,100 Queen first visited Vienna in May of 1978 during the News of the World Tour, and having skipped Austria on their European tours in 1979 and 1980, Queen came back to the country for two nights on the Hot Space Tour. This is the first of the two nights, both of which are classic Hot Space shows with loads of great moments. Since it's the month of May, Freddie is in great shape and is ready for the crowd. Brian has a bit of fun at this show too and plays the riff of "I Go Crazy" during his solo, which would later become the B-Side to Radio Ga Ga in 1984. On this upload, the audience source (which sounds fantastic besides a few issues during Staying Power) is merged with a short recording of the raw soundboard, which was officially released as bonus material alongside Milton Keynes on "Queen On Fire." The soundboard is nice and clear an has clearly been hit with post-production, as it sounds very full and doesn't have the dry sound that most soundboards are known for. This is an elite performance from the tour, and while this tour wouldn't feature Queen's longest shows, they still certainly packed a punch. Audience Recording: 1. Flash (Intro) - 0:20 2. The Hero - 2:21 3. We Will Rock You (Fast) - 4:07 4. Ay Oh! - 7:10 5. Action This Day - 7:38 6. Play the Game - 12:23 7. Staying Power - 17:27 8. Somebody to Love - 21:27 9. Now I'm Here - 29:15 10. Dragon Attack - 35:37 11. Now I'm Here (Reprise) - 38:25 12. Love of My Life - 39:58 13. Save Me - 44:36 14. Back Chat - 48:22 15. Get Down, Make Love - 53:24 16. Guitar Solo - 57:52 17. I Go Crazy (Guitar Solo) - 1:01:13 18. Under Pressure - 1:03:57 19. Fat Bottomed Girls - 1:08:13 20. Mustapha (Intro) - 1:13:36 21. Crazy Little Thing Called Love - 1:14:17 22. Bohemian Rhapsody - 1:18:31 23. Tie Your Mother Down - 1:24:22 Soundboard: 24. Another One Bites the Dust - 1:28:12 25. We Will Rock You - 1:31:49 26. We Are the Champions - 1:34:07 27. God Save the Queen - 1:37:30 Download Link: https://mega.nz/#!ICZHzArC!exx187Tu0LGTpMA2jm6I_LvSNL5xfmi1nBZ_PS9nTJA
Under Pressure - Live at Wembley - Saturday 12th July 1986 - Queen Cams This is a mix of the 'dedicated' camera angles for each of the Queen members during Under Pressure! This is found on the 2002 release of Live at Wembley. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow me on Twitter to keep up with all my uploads! https://twitter.com/DATeamYouTube
Guten Tag my fellow Queen fans and subscribers! The 1st of 2 Vienna 1982 concerts is brought to you by Gregsynthbootlegs productions (and the blessings of the band members themselves)! The quality is great overall (though a bit rough in spots), and Freddie's voice is great as usual (because it's the European Hot Space tour leg)! Enjoy! Note: Poor Brian just had to break a string in the Bohemian Rhapsody solo...
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Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Under Pressure (Live) · Queen Queen Rock Montreal ℗ 2007 Queen Productions Ltd, under exclusive licence to Universal International Music BV Released on: 2007-10-09 Producer, Executive Producer: Roger Taylor and Brian May Associated Performer, Music Production: Mack Unknown, Other: Kris Fredriksson Unknown, Other: Joshua J Mcrae Unknown, Other: Joshua Blair and Ronan Phelan Unknown, Other: Justin Shirley-Smith Unknown, Other: Jim Beach Unknown, Other: Mack and Kooster McAllister Unknown, Other: Dave Brown and Bob Hughes / the Record Plant Mobi Producer, Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Reinhold Mack Producer: Justin Shirley-Smith Producer: Joshua J. Macrae Producer: Kris Fredriksson Producer, Executive Producer, Associated Performer, Guitar: Brian May Producer, Executive Producer, Associated Performer, Background Vocalist, Drums, Percussion: Roger Taylor Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Kooster McAllister Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Bob Hughes Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Dave Brown Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Tim Young Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: John Deacon Associated Performer, Vocals: Freddie Mercury Composer Lyricist: Freddie Mercury Composer Lyricist: Roger Taylor Composer Lyricist: Brian May Composer Lyricist: John Deacon Composer Lyricist: David Bowie Auto-generated by YouTube.
Recently leaked demo version of Under Pressure taken from the multi-tracks from this song released as single in the UK on October 26th 1981. Originally uploaded to queenzone.com All Copyright goes to Queen Productions.
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Queens 1982 performance on SNL in New York.
Queen Performs "Under Pressure" Live Freddie Mercury Roger Taylor Brian May John Deacon
Does everybody love the Hot Space Tour? Well If ya don't...screw you! LOL Anyway, this is the VERY first recorded Hot Space gig (the first actual gig was the day before, at Gothenburg)! This is the first recorded gig that the Hot Space songs were played live! Despite the band being nervous throughout the concert, they offer a great performance overall. This gig has decent quality, and is mostly complete (there's some cuts). Freddie's voice is a bit rough on this concert (see my Zurich 1982 description for the reason), but despite that, he offers some great performances, and actually does sing the Hot Space stuff very close to the record! ENJOY!!! Note: Freddie has some fun during Action This Day (making up lyrics, and wanting to end the song too early)! Note 2: This is the gig where Brian makes the infamous Save Me blooper (It didn't start off so fucking well)! Note 3: The band do an improv version of We Will Rock You (started by the crowd). Freddie completely forgets the lyrics at the end of the 1st verse--but since it's improv, I'll cut him a break for once!
Queen & David Bowie - Under Pressure (Isolated Mix) Piano, Bass, Drums and Effect From Hot Space 1982
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#QUEEN #QUEENREACTION #BOHEMIANRHAPSODY Click here to Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc3qXOKcQNeef6T1Dii19kA/?sub_confirmation=1 Todays reaction video: Rap Fan Reacts to Queen | Under Pressure | Live Performance First Listen Reaction Live at Wembley This song was amazing. QUEEN ARE FIRE??? Guide me to more queen, whatever is requested the most/liked i'll react to next... Comment below your favourite Queen songs. Freddie Mercury is a legend (RIP Freddie). Let me know if you guys enjoyed the video. Check out these queen reactions: Bohemian Rhapsody Reaction: https://youtu.be/WUXSzvmBslA Who Wants To Live Forever Reaction : https://youtu.be/h1H1qtmZRKM Somebody to Love Reaction: https://youtu.be/RKfDhbr92WA White Queen Reaction: https://youtu.be/q7Uiu-zwg4Q Any songs or content by QUEEN you wanna see me react to? Comment below! Enjoy the video? Please SUBSCRIBE to the channel, we're on the road to 5k, like the video, comment down below what's next? Love and appreciate you guys 100% as always!! *social media* Follow me on Instagram, DM for special requests: https://www.instagram.com/pav_tv *equipment used* Camera: Nikon DSLR D3200 Microphone: Blue Yeti Mic Keyboard: ATX Mechanical Keyboard RGB Mouse: Steel Series Rival 110 Gaming Mouse Monitor: iiyama 27 inch AMD Gaming Monitor Tripod: Neewer T210 Headphones: Bose AE2 Soundlink Speakers: Bose 2.1 Multimedia *Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. ALL RIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS*
The second night of Rock In Rio was just as successful as the first but Freddie's voice isn't in as great shape as before but the band give it their all and what would turn out to be their final show in South America. Over the years Queen has played to over 1 million people! Just like before I have merged the best possible sources together, here's the list; •'Rock In Rio' 2013 DVD Release •'Rock In Rio - Lost Footage' (Globo TV Broadcast) - Restored By Chief Mouse (BIG Thanks!) Enjoy!! For more information and pictures on this gig, check out: http://queenlive.ca/queen/85-01-19 Wondering where I got this footage, check out here to download: http://www.queenzone.com/forums/1392641/1985-01-18-rio-de-janeiro-chief-mouse-restoration-.aspx
Taken from my own-made Live In Budapest DVD.
As the Hot Space debate is getting nearer, I'd thought I would upload a few more gigs! This is the first concert on the Japanese leg of the Hot Space Tour, and the first of two nights in Fukuoka. The quality is excellent (though slightly overblown), and it is complete! While the band sound great, I have the feeling that the concerts on this leg were slightly rushed in terms of the tempo (I'm guessing because Queen needed a break from touring): Some songs are played quite a bit faster than normal, and in the worst cases--the song's meaning and flow get disrupted due to the rushed nature. In any case, the performances are still great on this leg (especially the Osaka/Nagoya ones), and the set-list is different each time! Freddie's voice isn't exactly in the best shape tonight (squealing and squawking away), but he does try his best! ENJOY!!! Note: The final performance of Back Chat is played tonight--Fred Mandel saves the day (because he's awesome)!
This video is a little different, this video is all of the mistakes/bloopers that occurred in the Tokorozawa concert in 1982! Most of them are Freddie cracking notes but a few are instrumental. Overall, this gig isn't *as* bad as people make it up to be, there are some great versions of songs and some great moments in songs that have Freddie cracking in that they are often overlooked, especially during "Play The Game" and "Under Pressure"! Enjoy!!
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