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Jul 21
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28 April 1979, Queen performed @ Nagoya City International Exhibition Hall in Nagoya, Japan 🇯🇵
“Live Killers Tour”

Freddie Mercury’s voice can barely keep up at this point in the tour, leading one to wonder why a show or two wasn’t cancelled to let him rest, as they’d done in earlier years. However, there are many collectively great moments, like their exquisite vocal harmonies in the breakdown of ‘Somebody To Love.’

‘If You Can’t Beat Them’ returns to the set after being absent at the previous few shows.

While Freddie’s voice is still pretty rough tonight, he has a brief moment of brilliance in the first chorus of ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ where he frees himself from his inhibitions, powerfully nailing “Just gimme a call” like he does on the album. This is almost certainly the single best line he’d sing on this entire Japanese tour.

After a wonderful version of ‘Love Of My Life,’ Brian introduces Freddie as “skulking in the background.”

Later he delivers a great version of Keep Yourself Alive.

A TV spot aired earlier in the day with the band arriving at the airport, with Brian speaking briefly with a reporter.

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