July 27, 2009

Queen - Hammersmith Odeon 1975

This is the famous 1975 Queen Christmas concert at the Hammersmith Odeon, and it has been widely available throughout the web in many versions.
Although having some tracks edited I believe this is the best one in sonic terms. For me it's the best period of Queen and the recording is taken from a Westwood One Superstar Concert Series.




Sound Quality: 10

Source: Pre-FM

Track List:
01 Now I'm Here
02 Ogre Battle
03 White Queen
04 Bohemian Rhapsody
05 Killer Queen
06 The March Of The Black Queen
07 Bohemian Rhapsody (Conclusion)
08 Keep Yourself Alive
09 Brighton Rock
10 Son And Daughter
11 Liar
12 In The Lap Of The Gods

Files:
MP3
FLAC

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you very for this brilliant post.
Greetings
Ruben (The Bunkbreaker)

Scion said...

Cool. The three first albums were Queen's finest moment, I agree.



I wonder if you could get ahold of some good Byron-era Uriah Heep shows?

There apparently are two "new" shows for them from 1971 - Zurich and Basel - the LOOK AT YOURSELF tour.

Andrew Sherman said...

Thanks!

Eris said...

Thanks a lot - I used to have this on cassette taped from the radio, so great to get upgraded - nice choice of tracks from their hard rock period

AtticRock said...

Thanks for your comments.
Scion, I'll try to find some good Uriah Heep to post here. Those two shows from Switzerland came from audience sources I believe.

Uncle Travelling Mac said...

Thanks - Nice to be able to make a CD of this classic gig!

Anonymous said...

you make me miss old days, that time we had joy our life with many good rock songs. thank you for these bootlegs.

Anonymous said...

Top!
Thank you very much.

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Anonymous said...

Thank you AtticRock, for me the first two Queen albums are by far the best they ever did. I love the prog aspect to the music and so glad it does not contain the awful 'Big spender'. I remember watching this show as an 'Old grey whistle test' special on BBC 2.

Happy Jack