Queen - Rainbow Theatre 1974 / Hammersmith Odeon 1975 FLAC album
Title: Rainbow Theatre 1974 / Hammersmith Odeon 1975
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A Night at the Odeon is a live album by the British rock band Queen. The album is the first official release of the band's Christmas Eve performance at the Hammersmith Odeon in 1975, filmed by the BBC. The show was broadcast on BBC2 and BBC Radio 1, and included one of the first live performances of "Bohemian Rhapsody". It is the band's most popular bootleg.
The Ultimate Queen site, featuring album details, videos and DVD's, song lyrics and versions, demos, unreleased songs, discographies, galleries and concerts. 31 March 1974 - Rainbow Theatre, London, England.
A Night at the Odeon - Hammersmith 1975 é um álbum ao vivo da banda inglesa de rock Queen, gravado em 1975. Lançado cerca de quarenta anos após sua gravação, apresenta um repertório muito semelhante a Live at the Rainbow '74 (2014) com exceção de "Bohemian Rhapsody", divulgada após o seu lançamento.
Recorded live in London, England at the Hammersmith Odeon on the 8th of october 1985. 250 x Black Vinyl 400 x Gold vinyl (this) 100 x Grey Vinyl 100 x Brown Vinyl 100 x Green Vinyl 100 x Purple Vinyl. All of them include a 10 side Carton Booklet.
Get the Queen Setlist of the concert at Rainbow Theatre, London, England on March 31, 1974 from the Queen II Tour and other Queen Setlists for free on setlist. Complete Album stats. Queen Rainbow Theatre, London - Mar 31, 1974 Mar 31 1974. Last updated: 27 Jun 2019, 03:26 Etc/UTC.
Queen in Japan - 1975. Montreux Studio - recording The Miracle. Young Brian May. Queen. Freddie Mercury(Queen). Queen at Ridge Farm in 1975. 1974 Mick Rock - Sheer Heart Attack. 1974 Live at the Garden in Penzance.
London’s Hammersmith Odeon. Onstage at this legendary venue, the four members of Queen are bringing to a close a ground-breaking show, transmitted live on BBC TV, and also bringing to a climax the most eventful and exciting year in their careers so far – one that has taken them from the UK to America to Japan, sealing their transition from ambitious upstarts into one of the biggest and most important bands of the era - and beyond.
Roger live on stage at the Rainbow Theatre, London on the UK 'Sheer Heart Attack' tour in November 1974. Photo by Richard Paul Jones In "Photos".
|Rainbow Theatre, 20th November 1974, London, UK|
|2||Now I'm Here|
|5||In The Lap Of The Gods|
|7||The March Of The Black Queen|
|8||Bring Back That Leroy Brown|
|9||Father To Son|
|10||Keep Yourself Alive|
|12||Son And Daughter|
|13||Stone Cold Crazy|
|14||In The Lap O The Gods... Revisited|
|Hammersmith Odeon, 24th December 1975, London, UK|
|16||Now I'm Here|
|21||The March Of The Black Queen|
|22||Borap, End Part|
|23||Bring Back That Leroy Brown|
|25||Son & Daughter|
|26||Keep Yourself Alive|
|28||In The Lap Of The Gods... Revisited|
|32||Be Bop A Lula|
|33||Shake, Rattle & Roll|
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