2 CD

Label: Tarantula  TNT 007/8
Country: Italy
Released: 1994
Recorded: Earls Court, London  England  June 6ht. 1977, (part might be from 7th., the day after.).   
Town Hall, Birmingham  England  Nov. 21st. 1973.
Sound: Very Good to Excellent soundboard recording.
Birmingham concert, are good audience recording.
Comments:  The first cd from 'Earls Court' shows in London '77.Queen also played on 7th. Both concert was filmed. Some say's this 2cd is from the second concert, but after 'Ogre Battle', Freddie say's: "Welcome to our first London concert....". 
Rumour says that the medley at the end of the show, is from 2nd. day. June 7th. Who knows?.....
Last 6 tracks on disc two, are from Birmingham Nov. 1973.
Roots: As far as I know, this is a original bootleg. (Not copied from other boots). There is a handful bootlegs out from this concert now, but all of them (the sound) seams so far, to be from convention videos. This show has been shown a handful times at these great conventions. In the last times, in a bit better quality. Also well around on DVD bootlegs. A handful pro-DVD is around with various titles.
Time: 73:27 / 59:51

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 Intro: Procession  (tape)     
 Tie Your Mother Down  
 Ogre Battle
 White Queen
 Somebody To Love
 Killer Queen
 Good Old Fashioned Love Boy                 
 The Millionaire Waltz
 You're My Best Friend
 Bring Back That Leroy Brown 
 Death On Two Legs  
 Brighton Rock
 You Take My Breath Away
 White Man
 The Prophet's Song

 Bohemian Rhapsody      
 Stone Cold Crazy
 In The Lap Of The Gods...revisited
 Now I'm Here
 Medley: Lucille
              Jailhouse Rock
              Stupid Cupid
              Be Bop A Lula
 God Save The Queen....
 (Earls Court, London June 6th. 1977)

 Intro: Procession  (tape)
 Father To Son
 Son And Daughter
 Ogre Battle
 Keep Yourself Alive (cut....)
 (Town Hall, Birmingham  UK   Nov. 21st. '73)      

Comments II: It's years ago, since I was told that there was a plan for a officially vinyl album release of this show. To be released in late seventies. Someone even work an early cover for the release. A green cover say's the rumour. All in all, I can not confirm any true of this early rumours. There might was a plan, but 'Live Killers' was released instead. True or falls ? It doesn't matter anymore.

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