2 CD

Label: Wardour 027     
Country: Japan
Released: November 2005
Recorded: The Summit, Houston, Texas, USA, December 11th. 1977
Sound: Excellent mono soundboard recording
Comments:  The 2nd. bootleg 2cd of this concert released. From the same source. Now also out on DVD bootleg. Great concert, complete show. Nice bootleg from the Japanese 'Wardour' label.
Roots: As far as I know, it's the sound from the now released DVD. All bootlegs releasing of this concert, seams to come from the video, which later has end up on a DVD bootleg.

Front cover

 Intro: We Will Rock You  (slow version, tape)
 We Will Rock You  (fast)
 Brighton Rock
 Somebody To Love
 Medley: Death On Two Legs
               Killer Queen
               Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy
               I'm In Love With My Car
               Get Down Make Love
               The Millionaire Waltz
               You're My Best Friend
 Love Of My Life
 My Melancholy Blues
 White Man  
 The Prophet's Song  (vocal part only)
 Guitar Solo
 Now I'm Here
 Stone Cold Crazy
 Bohemian Rhapsody
 Keep Yourself Alive
 Tie Your Mother Down
 We Will Rock You
 We Are The Champions
 Sheer Heart Attack
 Jailhouse Rock
 God Save The Queen......

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Back cover

Review by Collectors music reviews
The soundtrack and video from Queen's Houston show is one of 2005's greatest discoveries.  This has been one of the holy grails of Queen collection and to have both complete and in excellent quality is a minor miracle.  The DQA label were the first to release the video soundtrack on A Night At The Summit, followed quickly by this release, Houston 1977 on Wardour.  Comparing the two they sound pretty much identical.  Wardour may have fattened the bass up a bit, but there is not dramatic difference between the two.  Wardour placed "My Melancholy Blues" on the second disc, but the cut between it and "White Man" is still present.  Overall this offers another opportunity to pick up this essential concert.  Every Queen fan needs the video and a copy of the soundtrack.  (GS)