On Air is a compilation album by the British rock band Queen. It was released in November 2016 in a two disc CD format, a six disc deluxe CD format and a 3LP vinyl release.
Time Waits For No One was originally part of the soundtrack to the 1986 West End musical Time. The version released at the time featured the Queen star accompanied by dozens of layers of backing vocals. But an early piano rehearsal of the song, featuring a different vocal take, has now been unearthed. The song was written by Dave Clark, of 1960s pop group the Dave Clark Five - who felt the demo had a quality that was missing from the finished version.
BBC Sessions is an album of BBC studio recordings by the band Cocteau Twins released in 1999 by Bella Union in the UK and Rykodisc in the US. The album spanned the band's career from the early 1980s through the 1990s. Much of the first disk was taken from a series of early 1980s Peel sessions. The second disk contained several tracks recorded during the group's performance on the 1980s Radio 1 series Saturday Live. The compilation peaked at No. 87 on the UK Albums Chart. John Peel Session, 15 July 1982.
Queen - 1973-1977 - Complete BBC Sessions (BBC broadcast FLAC) Label: Digital Queen Archives Q 001 Country: Japan Released: April 2004 Recorded: BB. Only one tracks is missing 'The March Of The Black Queen'. But information I have got, is that this track is the same as the album version, that you can't actually heard any different between them. But, I can't confirm this information 100% true. All this BBC versions on this 2cd, sounds all a bit different to the ordinary album versions. The live tracks are from BBC 'In concert' program. Live Golders Green Hippodrome, London Sept.
Album: Queen Of Heaven, Queen Of Hell. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Album: In The Mirror Again. More Lost BBC Sessions.
Queen's BBC sessions have been pulled from the vaults and remastered for a new box scheduled for release later this year. The end result, spanning 24 tracks in all, includes what the press release describes as "alternate versions of the debut single, unique takes of classic album tracks, and even a radically reworked re-imagining of one of their best-known anthems that has never previously appeared on any Queen studio release.
Queen announce Complete BBC Sessions package. By Scott Munro (Classic Rock) 2016-09-30T15:30:00. Queen On Air – The Complete BBC Sessions recorded between 1973-1977 will be released this winter. Queen On Air – The Complete BBC Sessions is to be released later this year. The package features material recorded during Queen’s six sessions for the BBC between February 1973 and October 1977, including alternate versions of their debut single Keep Yourself Alive and unique takes of other tracks. Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Freddie Mercury With Kenny Everett (November 1976). Alter Bridge announce new album Walk The Sky - and reveal 2019 tour dates. 5. Watch Volbeat’s video for new single Last Day Under The Sun.
|A1||Keep Yourself Alive|
|A2||Seven Seas Of Rhye|
|A3||Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll|
|B2||In The Lap Of The Gods|
|B4||The March Of The Black Queen|
|B5||Bring Back That Leroy Brown|
|B6||Stone Cold Crazy|
|B7||In The Lap Of The Gods (Revisited)|
NotesSide A - Live At Rainbow Theatre, London March 31st. 1974
Side B - Live At Rainbow Theatre, London March 31st. 1974