IRON MAIDEN: BBC RADIO 1 'Legends' Session Available Online
IRON MAIDEN's "live-in-the-studio" renditions of the songs "Run to the Hills", "The Trooper" and "Hallowed be thy Name", recorded on September 2 at Maida Vale Studios in London, aired on September 13 as part of the BBC "Legends" show dedicated to MAIDEN. The last Radio 1 session MAIDEN recorded was for Tommy Vance's "Friday Rock Show" in 1979. Listen to a playback of the "Legends" show, which includes an interview with singer Bruce Dickinson, on the Radio 1 web site by following this link. Choose the "Listen Again" link, a new window will appear, and at the bottom of the page, choose Zane Low's Tuesday show. If you want to fast-forward, the MAIDEN stuff appears in the second hour of the show:
Bruce enters the studio @ 1 hour and 8 minutes
@1 hour and 16 minutes, "The Trooper"
@1 hour and 25 minutes, "Run to the Hills"
@1 hour and 36 minutes, "Hallowed Be Thy Name"
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