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Live at the Bowl

Released: Tuesday, October 25th 2004
Highest UK Chart Position: 6

Track Listing

1) Flash
2) The Hero
3) We Will Rock You (Fast)
4) Action This Day
5) Play The Game
6) Staying Power
7) Somebody To Love
8) Now I’m Here
9) Dragon Attack
10) Now I’m Here (Reprise)
11) Love Of My Life
12) Save Me
13) Back Chat
14) Get Down Make Love
15) Guitar Solo
16) Under Pressure
17) Fat Bottomed Girls
18) Crazy Little Thing Called Love
19) Bohemian Rhapsody
20) Tie Your Mother Down
21) Another One Bites The Dust
22) Sheer Heart Attack
23) We Will Rock You
24) We Are The Champions
25) God Save The Queen (instr.)

Queen On Fire – Live At The Bowl

Queen Live Album

Queen – Live Album, recorded on the Hot Space Tour, 1982

Additional Keyboards and Piano: Morgan Fisher
Recorded by Mack & Mick McKenna
Assisted by Pete ‘The Fish’ Stevens & Greg Cox in the Rolling Stones Mobile

Executive Producers: Brian May and Roger Taylor
Produced by Justin Shirley-Smith
Pro Tools HD by Kris Fredriksson
Assisted by Richard Edgeler at Sphere Studios, London
Mastered by Tim Young at Metropolis Mastering, London.

Recommended Songs: Play The Game, Somebody To Love, Save Me


Queen On Fire, Live at the Bowl is a Live Album by Queen. It was recorded on 5th of June in Milton Keynes, England during the Hot Space Tour of 1982. In front of 65,000 fans, Queen went and gave a splendid performance that did not disappoint. Personally, I think the show is different than some other Queen concerts in that the arena is more open than in-door concerts, did the music justice.
There’s not much you can say about live concerts, but as usual Queen give another brilliant concert and if you’re a Queen fan who likes live concerts then you will enjoy this release – however, personally I would purchase the DVD release, since you get the extra items such as picture galleries, interviews and extra features.

Review Rating: 8

The support act for this concert was the Canadian band, Heart. They were also supported by Teardrop Explodes which failed to get the crowd going at all!




Hot Space Tour ’82
Tour Management and Production: Gerry Stickells for GLS Productions Inc.
Queen Crew: Peter Hince, Brian Zellis, Chris Taylor, Lee Charteris, John Collins, Wally Gore, John Wells, Peter Freestone, Tony Williams, Vic Robinson
Stage Manager: Rick O’Brien
Rigger: Mike Wiseman
Sound: James ‘Trip’ Khalaf, Jim Devenny, Tony Rossi, Bob Bickelman
Lightning Designer: Jimmy Barnett for WBA Ltd
Lightning: TFA, Dick Ollet, Chuck Eldridge, Peter Wessell
Show Design: M2 Research, John Magraw, John Miles
Europe Trucking and Bus: Edwin Shirley Trucking Ltd

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