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Queen To Release BBC Radio Sessions Collection 'Queen On Air'

Thursday, 29 September 2016 Written by Huw Baines

Queen have announced a new archival release: ‘Queen On Air’.

The collection will bring together the band’s six BBC radio sessions, recorded between February 1973 and October 1977, across two CDs and three LPs on November 4.

A further six CD set, which will include extra material from concert broadcasts and interviews, is also set to be released. The sessions have been restored by Queen engineer Kris Fredriksson and mastered by Adam Ayan. Check out the tracklist below.

Session 1 

My Fairy King
Keep Yourself Alive
Doing All Right
Liar

Session 2

See What A Fool I’ve Been
Keep Yourself Alive
Liar
Son And Daughter

Session 3

Ogre Battle
Modern Times Rock’n’Roll
Great King Rat
Son And Daughter

Session 4

Modern Times Rock’n’Roll
Nevermore
White Queen (As It Began)

Session 5

Now I’m Here
Stone Cold Crazy
Flick Of The Wrist
Tenement Funster

Session 6 

We Will Rock You
We Will Rock You (Fast)
Spread Your Wings
It’s Late
My Melancholy Blues

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