Queen - Crazy Tour FLAC album
Hello people! After two years, another Queen debate has been done! This time, it was about the Crazy Tour! This was a very fun event and I hope that more.
Crazy Tour of London. CD - CT Music Enterprise
View the statistics of songs played live by Queen. Have a look which song was played how often on the tour Crazy Tour!
My name is Kacper, I'm 24 years old (since 1994). I come from Poland, I'm a fan of Queen for 14 years (Since 2002).
The Magic Tour was Queen's final tour with their lead singer Freddie Mercury and their bass guitarist John Deacon, with 26 concert dates in Europe in 1986. The band would not tour again until 19 years later, when the Queen + Paul Rodgers Tour began in 2005, after the death of Mercury on 24 November 1991, and the retirement of Deacon in 1997. The Magic Tour supported the band's album A Kind of Magic.
Crazy Tour was a short tour by the British rock band Queen during November and December 1979. After the release of the single "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", the band decided to change the concert dynamic they used to do the last years. In this tour Queen would revisit smaller venues, many which held fewer than two thousand seats. Nonetheless, it was the highly awaited UK leg of the successful Jazz Tour
The last night of the tour was part of the "Concert for Kampuchea" series. 06. Death On Two Legs. 20. Brighton Rock reprise. 21. Crazy Little Thing Called Love. 08. I'm In Love With My Car. 22. Bohemian Rhapsody.
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Crazy Tour was a short tour by the English rock band Queen during November and December 1979. In this tour Queen would revisit smaller venues, many which held less than two thousand seats. The last concert of this tour at the Hammersmith Odeon was also the first concert of the Concerts for the People of Kampuchea
|We Will Rock You|
|Let Me Entertain You|
|Somebody To Love|
|If You Can't Beat Them|
|Death On Two Legs|
|I'm In Love With My Car|
|Get Down Make Love|
|You're My Best Friend|
|Now I'm Here|
|Don't Stop Me Now|
|Spread Your Wings|
|Love Of My Life|
|Crazy Little Thing Called Love|
|Tie Your Mother Down|
|Sheer Heart Attack|
|We Will Rock You|
|We Are The Champions|
|God Save The Queen|
|none||Queen||Crazy Tour (2xLP, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Queen)||none||Japan||1980|
|481 A/B||Queen||Crazy Duck (LP, Unofficial, Tra)||Duck Records||481 A/B||Germany||1984|
|CT-001/2||Queen||Crazy Tour (2xCD, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Queen)||CT-001/2||Japan||1996|
|GE-137/138||Queen||Complete Kampuchea Concert (2xCD, Unofficial)||Gypsy Eye||GE-137/138||Japan||2000|
|FFMS-007A/B/C||Queen||Play The Silent Night (2xCD, Unofficial + DVD-V, Unofficial, NTSC)||Master Stroke||FFMS-007A/B/C||Japan||2012|
|none||Queen||The Queen Special - Japanese Broadcast Version (DVDr, DVD-V, Unofficial, NTSC)||Not On Label (Queen)||none||Japan||2012|
|none||Queen||The Queen Special - BBC Encore Hour (CDr, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Queen)||none||Japan||2013|
|none||Queen||Hammersmith Odeon 1979 The Video (DVDr, DVD-V, Unofficial, NTSC)||Not On Label (Queen)||none||Japan||2018|
|Wardour-307||Queen||Hammersmith Odeon 1979 (2xCD, Unofficial)||Wardour||Wardour-307||Japan||2018|