9 thoughts on “ Medley - Jailhouse Rock - Queen - First Tokyo Tapes (CDr) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of First Night At The Judo Arena on Discogs. Label: Breakdown (2) - BREAKDOWNA/B • Format: 2x, CDr Unofficial Release • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Arena Rock, Classic Rock, Glam, Hard Rock.
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  3. Young Nobles Of Rock is the very first Queen release on the prolific and enduring Tarantura label. This title contains a new tape source for Queen’s May 1, show at the Budokan in Tokyo. Several older sources exist with the first appearing on a rare Japanese vinyl titled Kimono My Place Live (Marc TC) released in and copied on Author: Worldofbootlegs.
  4. A Night at the Odeon – Hammersmith is a live album by the British rock band Queen. The album is the first official release of the band's Christmas Eve performance at the Hammersmith Odeon.
  5. Three songs from this source, “Jailhouse Rock,” “See What A Fool I’ve Been,” and “God Save The Queen” was released on compact disc on Great King Hangman in along with a fragment from Queen’s April 19 show at the Budokan. A second complete audience recording was used for First Live Attack (Private Masters PM/).
  6. Medley - Jailhouse Rock (Reprise) See What A Fool I've Been: God Save The Queen (Trad., Tape) Notes Recorded live in Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan, May 1st. Excellent audience recording. / Gatefold carton cover. Limited to unnumbered copies.
  7. Geisha Boys - The Complete Tokyo Tapes. Flick Of The Wrist. Flick Of The Wrist. Classic Rock, Prog Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop Rock. White Queen (As It Seller Rating: % positive.
  8. It was the first Queen bootleg released in Japan, and is one of the most valuable Queen bootlegs of them all. Less than copies of the "Aprilfool" version exist, and under 30 copies of the "Now I'm Here" version exist. This recording captures a fair chunk of the show, with a few seamless edits between songs.
  9. Mar 03,  · Now I’m Here is the first encore and gets the audience in a party mood and readies them for the Rock and Roll medley, Freddie vamping it up gets the audience frenzied and the fast paced Jailhouse Rock lays waste to the crowd, they incorporate Elton John’s Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting and a bit of Shake, Rattle, and Roll and B Bop.

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