24 January 1979, Queen performed @ Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, Germany “Live Killers” Tour
Freddie’s uses his voice to the best of its ability during this show and delivers great versions of ‘Somebody To Love,’ ‘Death On Two Legs,’ and ‘It’s Late.’ Their vocal harmonies are beautiful throughout the show.
Brian, before ‘Somebody To Love’: “Good evening, good folks of Berlin. Welcome to a night of Queen music. We hope you enjoy it.”
Freddie, before the medley: “We have a lot of music for you tonight from all our various albums, and the next song comes from an album called ‘A Night At The Opera.’ The song in question is dedicated to one of our managers. He was a real motherfucker. Do you know what that means?” Quite a few audience members indicate that they do. “Alright! You can call him anything you want. We call him ‘Death On Two Legs.’”
The front of house guy is asleep at the switch tonight, as the echo is not turned off in ‘Get Down Make Love’ on time. Roger’s whistle and his snare fill leading into the final chorus also echo twice before it’s finally turned off.
After Freddie does a few nice vocal adlibs in the intro to ‘Dreamers Ball’ (which Brian calls “self-amusement”), Roger does one an octave above his. Freddie jokingly calls him a “show off!”
Great musicians and singers
yes 🙂 forever