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Friday, February 25, 2011

Queen 1971 In The Beginning





Genre: Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:27:11
Size: 62,19 MB

United Kingdom


Around September 1971, Brian May met up with an old friend, Terry Yeadon, who was involved in the setting up of a new recording studio in Wembley called De Lane Lea. The studios needed musicians to try out the new equipment they had installed - and preferably a band who could play loud! The deal was that the musicians would record using the equipment, and potential studio users would be on hand to hear and watch them.

In return for their services the band could record their demos for free. It was an opportunity not to be missed and, of course, Queen jumped at it. Not only would they be able to make the all-important demo tapes, but they would have ample occasion to meet producers and engineers, people who could be vital to their future.



Tracklist:

01 - Keep Yourself Alive 03:45

02 - The Night Comes Down 04:24

03 - Great King Rat 06:07

04 - Jesus 05:07

05 - Liar 07:48





Queen here:

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