15.05.1985    Osaka, Japan

The Last Concert In Japan

Date
Venue
City
Country 
Sound Quality
: 15.05.1985
: Castle Hall
: Osaka
: Japan
: A


Tracklisting:

CD 1

01. Machines (Intro)
02. Tear It Up
03. Tie Your Mother Down
04. Under Pressure
05. Somebody To Love
06. My Fairy King (Piano Intro)
07. Killer Queen
08. Seven Seas Of Rhye
09. Keep Yourself Alive
10. Liar
11. Impromptu
12. It's A Hard Life
13. Vocal Improvisation
14. Dragon Attack
15. Now I'm Here
16. Is This The World We Created?
17. Love Of My Life
18. Guitar Solo
       Brighton Rock (Reprise)


CD 2

01. Another One Bites The Dust
02. Hammer To Fall
03. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
04. Saturday Night's Allright
05. Bohemian Rhapsody
06. Radio Ga Ga
07. I Want To Break Free
08. Jailhouse Rock
       Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On
09. We Will Rock You
10. We Are The Champions
11. God Save The Queen




02:19
01:46
04:00
04:06
03:28
01:57
02:06
01:18
02:31
02:52
03:32
04:30
02:14
03:26
06:00
03:50
04:58
06:49

61:50



04:14
06:22
05:35
03:25
05:27
06:59
03:20
04:23

02:29
04:01
01:08
47:28

 

Comment:

Last concert of the Works Tour 1985. This is a Japanese release from a bootleg label called ''Masterport''. An audience recording in superb sound quality. There is already a very good audience recording available from this concert titled ''Last Stand'', but this recording from ''Masterport'' has even a bit better sound quality. It sounds more closer to the stage. You can really hear the difference between both recordings as from the middle of I Want To Break Free till the end of the concert comes from the ''Last Stand'' bootleg. Queen played a wonderful performance. The piano improvisation before Killer Queen features some parts of My Fairy King and you can hear some lines from Jerry Lee Lewis's song Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On during Jailhouse Rock! Brian and Freddie are both thanking the Queen crew and the audience as this was the last concert of the Works Tour. This is also the last concert ever played in Japan. A must-have as this is the complete concert in a wonderful sound quality. No copy errors. If you look at Frequency Analysis, then you can see that it misses the high frequencies, but there is no huge cut like on a recording that comes from mp3. I would say not from mp3 as it comes straight from the original pressed silvers.


Download sample:


 1985osaka.mp3

 

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