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I'm going to buy that Queen + Paul Rogers live CD when I see it for a good price. I've listened to some bits of it via Amazon. Does Roger Taylor sing three songs? I'm In Love With My Car, Radio Gaga and Say It's Not True? And is the last one a new song by Roger and Last Horizon a new one by Brian May? Would be cool to hear new material from them.
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I forgot that "These Are The Days Of Our Lives" is also sung by Roger. Does he sing other songs on that CD, too?
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You seem to have all the correct information, DistantLight. I just listened to it in its entirity there. Great live album. They have a voice of Freddie doing Bohemian Rhapsody (instrumentation live) and Paul Rodgers does the end headbanging part. Great stuff!

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I understood It was Jamie Moses singing High Harmony vocals on the two "Live in Mainz" tracks: "Write On" and "Blowin' in the Wind" on Polydor's "20 years" CD rather than the much more "Nash Sounding" Alan Coates

When I saw the band in May 1981 (just a couple of weeks before Terry & Bernie left the group), Tony did a couple of introductions....then of course really came into his own later as a fine co-frontman....
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James Towill Post subject: Re: Jamie Moses /Tony Hick speaks out...!
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Geoff coles wrote:
When I saw the band in May 1981 (just a couple of weeks before Terry & Bernie left the group), Tony did a couple of introductions....then of course really came into his own later as a fine co-frontman....


Geoff - can I ask - did you sense the 'end was nigh' for the lineup at that stage? What did they play at that stage?

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Gee Post subject: "At the End of the line"...?
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Well...you would never have guessed anything was wrong from the onstage "banter" or the supreme professionalism the band showed...it was the night of the F. A. Cup Final Replay between Spurs and Manchester City....Tony said "Come on City...!!"

Allan joked..."I bet ya buggers have all got videos why we have to sing and miss it.... !!"
The Audience all laughed...

At the very end as The Hollies left the stage to a standing ovation Terry walked up to a microphone and said; "It's 45 each and their still taking Penalties...!",which drew a big laugh from the crowd (who had totally forgotten Football....I DID Video the game !....I Only wish I had a video/DVD of that concert !)
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Gee Post subject: Concert songs...
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Oh yes it was;
I Can't let Go / Just One Look/ I Can't tell The Bottom From the Top / Another Night / Sandy / Star /My Island / Bus Stop / Soldier's Song / Medley : Stay- Searchin'- Sorry Suzanne-I'm Alive- Jennifer Eccles-Listen to Me./ Stop Stop Stop/Draggin' my Heels / If I were The Priest (Clarke solo) / Write On/That'll be the Day / Too Young To Be Married/The Air That I Breathe/ Blowin' in the Wind/He Ain't Heavy/Long Cool Woman...(long version!)

I think that was all (not too sure re the order tho'), it was way back in May 1981....

The opening act was called "Waterfall"...two blokes, a girl....and a toy Rabbit on drums !!
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Gee Post subject: Carrie too....!
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Oh yes I forgot...."Carrie Anne" too !
I Was surprised they did "Stay" and "Searchin'" in the Medley...but they sounded terrific! I was a bit surprised no "Curly Billy" or "Gasoline Alley Bred"
ah well....
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Thanks for that, Geoff. I never knew Clarke did 'Priest' on stage. Blimey!

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GordonJ wrote:
A Bootleg recording exists of one of the 1983 New Zealand concerts Jamie Moses took part in. Another unusual aspect of this recording is that Tony Hicks speaks on it. I don't think Tony ever spoke much at concerts before the mid eighties. He certainly said very little if anything at Edinburgh in 79.
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Regarding Tony speaking at concerts, during the show I saw in 1972 when the band toured the US, Tony in fact did all of the speaking during the show, with Terry chiming in a bit. Mikael, probably a bit shy due to English being a second language to him, said nothing during the whole concert. I remember Tony's offhand remarks about certain performers "dressing up like women", obviously in reference to David Bowie and Alice Cooper. Ironically, the band faced the same kind of thing in 1983 when Boy George and Culture Club were all the rage.
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That isn't Jamie Moses on the Mainz 1982 concert, it's Allan Coates. Though Moses was with the band the following year in New Zealand.

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