2 CDR
Label: Breakdown 768
Country: Japan
Released: October 2019.
Recorded: Live At Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica , CA March 11th. 1976.
Sound: Audience recording.
Comments:  A previously un-released concert, which now has been out on bootlegs. As far as I know, Japanese Breakdown label was the first release. I'm sure other bootleg labels will following.
The sound has been out on youtube, and it sounds alright. Nice to get US recordings from this tour. All in all a nice concert from those who like this bootleg recordings.
The 'Jailhouse Rock' might included bites of other cover songs.
Would have been nice with a proper release from Queen's archive of this tour.
Roots: Audience tape recording.

Front cover
 01. Intro: Bohemian Rhapsody  (opera part on tape)
                  Bohemian Rhapsody 
(end part live)
 02. Ogre Battle
 03. Sweet Lady
 04. White Queen
 05. Flick Of The Wrist
 06. Medley: Bohemian Rhapsody
                       Killer Queen
                       The March Of The Black Queen
                       Bohemian Rhapsody 
(end part)
 07. Bring Back That Leroy Brown
 08. Brighton Rock
 09. Guitar Solo
 10. Son And Daughter
 11. The Prophet's Song
 12. Stone Cold Crazy
 01. Doing Alright
 02. Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon
 03. Keep Yourself Alive
 04. Seven Seas Of Rhye
 05. Liar
 06. In The Lap Of The Gods...Revisited
 - - - - - - - encore - - - - - - - - -
 07. Now I'm Here
 08. Big Spender
 09. Medley: Jailhouse Rock ~
                       Be-Bop-A-Lula ~
                       Jailhouse Rock  (reprise)
 10. God Save The Queen

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Back cover

Review from Internet
A valuable excavation live sound source of the 70's Queen appears newly! From the 1976 American Tour, the Santa Monica performance on March 11th was completed by the high-quality audience recording master. Like the 1976 re-visit to Japan, the setlist unique to this season started with the attention of the opera section of “Bohemian Rhapsody”, and “Sweet Lady” and “Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon” from the album “A Night at The Opera” live. It was only at this time that he was shown a rare development. It is a rare live sound source that has been fully recorded with high sound quality among the few live sound sources that existed in 1976!