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Live - Return Of The Champions Double CD
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Following their hugely successful 32 date European Arena tour Queen plus Paul Rodgers release this double CD capturing the magic of their performance. Featured alongside some of the most famous Queen songs are Bad Company & Free classics such as "All Right Now" & "Can't Get Enough". The package features a 16 page booklet with photographs taken by fans throughout the tour. 27 total tracks.
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We all miss Freddie and he is truly a one-off; irreplaceable. But this is a terrific album and Rodgers does the music of Queen great justice. Indeed, both Brian and Roger turn in great performances of the Free and Bad Company tracks featured here as well.
This is a lovely, balanced and highly listenable live album, recorded to a high standard.
I can't stop listening to it at the moment.
However, this album is excellent. It is as good as any of the live Queen recordings I've heard, with the probable exception of the 1985 Live Aid performance.
During the set, Brian May gives Paul Rodgers a name-check as "our inspiration", which he evidently is. Rodgers makes no attempt to do a Freddie Mercury impression, though at the start of Bohemian Rhapsody he sounds uncannily close. May and Taylor are obviously gripped by Rodgers' commitment and enthusiasm, and it shows in their electrifying performance. They are helped by three excellent supporting musicians. The additional guitarist gives May extra freedom.
Freddie does make one vocal appearance, in the usual pre-recorded middle section of "Bo Rhap".
Paul Rodgers gets to perform two numbers each from his Free and Bad Co back catalogue.
This must have been a great night in Sheffield. The audience clearly enjoy themselves, and even give themselves well-deserved applause for their contribution to "Love of my life".
Has this album has given John Deacon second thoughts about his retirement?
I have only one complaint. Paul Rodgers is as old as me, so how come his voice has held out so well? It's even better now than it was in the 1970s.
Buy this, you won't be disappointed.
My only regret of this tour is that there was no John Deacon in the line up. Queen were always about the band members not the individuals and the Queen sound isnt 100% there without Deacon.
In truth though this isnt Queen, or if it is it's a new kind of Queen - its Rogders, Taylor and May putting on a rock spectacular - playing the Queen, Free and Bad Company catalogue. But they're brilliant at doing it! Rodgers works well with the band. What he lacks in stage presence compared to Freddie Mercury (impossible for anyone!) he more than makes up for by a superb vocal performance. As a live vocalist Rodgers is second to none.
The acid test with this live recording is that you dont have to be a Queen fan to enjoy this disc. The sheer power and engagement of the show will please most. Great to have Queen back on the scene - and music is a better place for this!
Lets just hope on the back of a successful tour - their first in 19 years - that we see some new orginal material. It's long over due. The London musical has milked the back catalogue and in recent years too many classic hits have been argyuably ruined by some suspect re-recordings for the singles chart.
Big thumbs up for the tour - now lets hope 2006 sees a new studio album!!
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