On Fire: Live at the Bowl

On Fire: Live at the Bowl

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by Queen
     
 

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The bowl in question in the title of Queen's 2004 release Queen on Fire: Live at the Bowl is the MK Bowl in Milton Keynes, England, a venue that Queen performed at on June 5, 1982. That concert is documented on this 25-track double-disc set, one of many double-live albums that Queen have released throughout and after their career. This is

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The bowl in question in the title of Queen's 2004 release Queen on Fire: Live at the Bowl is the MK Bowl in Milton Keynes, England, a venue that Queen performed at on June 5, 1982. That concert is documented on this 25-track double-disc set, one of many double-live albums that Queen have released throughout and after their career. This is one of the better live albums they've released, even if it's somewhat hampered by a few too many unremarkable album tracks from their most recent releases, and also has a couple embarrassing bits of stage patter from Freddie Mercury, but the band sounds big, raucous, and alive throughout, gaining steam as they drive into the second half of the show.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/09/2004
Label:
Hollywood Records
UPC:
0720616247926
catalogNumber:
162479

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Queen   Primary Artist
Freddie Mercury   Group Member
Brian May   Group Member
Roger Taylor   Group Member
Morgan Fisher   Piano,Keyboards
John Deacon   Group Member

Technical Credits

David Bowie   Composer
Freddie Mercury   Composer
Queen   Composer
Brian May   Composer
Roger Taylor   Composer
John Deacon   Composer
May   Arranger
Mac McKenna   Engineer
Mick McKenna   Engineer
Justin Shirley-Smith   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Kris Fredriksson   Engineer
Traditional   Composer
Tony Rossi   Engineer
Jim Devenny   Engineer
Bob Bickelman   Engineer
James "Trip" Khalaf   Engineer

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On Fire: Live at the Bowl 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
While Queen fans will be happy to have this albumn, it is Morgan Fisher, the keyboard player, who makes the albumn magic. His work is that of a person with consciousness and sincerity.