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This is the very first music video to appear on the new official Brian May Youtube Channel. It’s a live track from a concert by the Brian May Band, recorded at the Brixton Academy, London, on 15th June 1993.
At the moment when we’re putting this up on this new channel, this video brings back powerful memories. Touring as a front man, following Freddie’s passing, I was in complete denial of Queen, and regarded my new band as my future. I was blessed with the massive support of the late great Cozy Powell on drums. Here we see Cozy in fabulous form. Of course, when Ritchie Blackmore’s band, Rainbow, recorded the monumental version of this song that charted in 1979, Cozy had been the drummer, and for me, covering this track live was a kind of homage to Cozy. The vocal is almost impossibly rangey, and I made it a personal crusade to work on my voice, extending my range so I could sing it. The band was a dream outfit for me … with already legendary heavy rock stalwart Neil Murray on bass, who had worked with Cozy (and my friend Tony Iommi) in one of the incarnations of Black Sabbath, long-time Queen collaborator Spike Edney on keys, newly recruited Jamie Moses on guitar, who remains a great friend to this day, and two stunning backing vocalists, Catherine Porter and Shelley Preston. It actually gives me a chill up the spine to see this outfit in full flight, as clear and bright as if ‘twere yesterday. Bri
The Brian May Band – Since You’ve Been Gone – Live At The Brixton Academy
Produced by Brian May and Justin Shirley Smith at Metropolis Studios
Recorded by Justin Shirley Smith on the Manor Mobile
Produced by Jim Beach
Directed by Gavin Taylor
The Brian May Band are:
Cozy Powell (drums), Spike Edney (keyboards, b/vocals), Jamie Moses (guitar, b/vocals), Neil Murray (bass), Catherine Porter and Shelley Preston (b/vocals)
Live at the Brixton Academy was first released on CD / Vinyl / Compact Cassette & VHS video cassette in February 1994.
The Brixton concert audio has now been re-mastered by Tim Young, under the supervision of Justin Shirley-Smith and Kris Fredriksson.
Since You’ve Been Gone was written by Russ Ballard in 1976, for his solo album ‘Winning’. Re-recorded by Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow, it reached no 6 in the British charts in September 1979.
TECHNICAL INFO (thanks to Kris Fredriksson)
All of the music video clips that we are about to embark on putting up on this channel have come from PAL Standard Definition video sources, and have been transferred, cleaned up, and converted to HD – or ‘720p’.
720p is a high definition video standard (TVs that could play this were sold as ‘HD ready’ some years ago; it’s one step down from 1080p/1080i – known as ‘Full HD’). The number 720 signifies the 720 horizontal scan lines of image display resolution (also known as 720 pixels of vertical resolution), while the letter p stands for progressive scan (ie non-interlaced). Those of us who grew up in the 1960s and 70s watched TV with a resolution of 405 lines vertically; this standard was gradually phased out in the 80’s, and 625 became the only standard available in 1985.
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About my new YouTube channel:
The official BRIAN MAY CHANNEL is designed to carry anything on film or video that relates to me [Brian May] outside Queen – to replace all the bits and pieces of music video that are currently around out there with new highest quality versions, and fill in the gaps; and to cover under one umbrella the other areas that I operate in … Stereoscopy, Astronomy, and my animal welfare work through my charity the Save Me Trust. Each of these areas will have their own playlist on the Brian May channel. But the intended pivot of it all is the entirely new part that we’re calling Brian Talks. This section will carry current ‘to the camera’ comments, updates and communications, and I’m hoping it will be a proper ‘voice’ for me, an outlet, as well as a way of glueing together the rest of the channel.
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