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Live at the Rainbow ‘74 / Live at the Rainbow '74

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Download links and information about Live at the Rainbow ‘74 / Live at the Rainbow '74 by Queen. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 41 tracks with total duration of 02:23:47 minutes.

Artist: Queen
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 41
Duration: 02:23:47
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Procession (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 1:13
2. Father to Son (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 6:07
3. Ogre Battle (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 5:26
4. Son and Daughter (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 3:29
5. Guitar Solo (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 2:24
6. Son and Daughter (Reprise) [Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974] 2:01
7. White Queen (As It Began) [Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974] 5:48
8. Great King Rat (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 7:04
9. The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 2:52
10. Keep Yourself Alive (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 2:22
11. Drum Solo (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 0:27
12. Keep Yourself Alive (Reprise) [Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974] 1:22
13. Seven Seas of Rhye (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 3:09
14. Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 2:40
15. Jailhouse Rock / Stupid Cupid / Be Bop a Lula (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 4:31
16. Liar (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 8:27
17. See What a Fool I've Been (Live at the Rainbow, London / March 1974) 4:56
18. Procession (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 1:17
19. Now I'm Here (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 4:57
20. Ogre Battle (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 5:30
21. Father to Son (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 5:54
22. White Queen (As It Began) [Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974] 5:33
23. Flick of the Wrist (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 4:05
24. In the Lap of the Gods (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 3:17
25. Killer Queen (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 1:25
26. The March of the Black Queen (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 1:35
27. Bring Back That Leroy Brown (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 1:40
28. Son and Daughter (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 3:44
29. Guitar Solo (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 4:41
30. Son and Daughter (Reprise) [Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974] 2:14
31. Keep Yourself Alive (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 2:22
32. Drum Solo (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 0:51
33. Keep Yourself Alive (Reprise) [Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974] 1:24
34. Seven Seas of Rhye (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 3:28
35. Stone Cold Crazy (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 2:39
36. Liar (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 8:39
37. In the Lap of the Gods...Revisited (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 4:09
38. Big Spender (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 1:31
39. Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 3:11
40. Jailhouse Rock (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 4:07
41. God Save the Queen (Live at the Rainbow, London / November 1974) 1:16

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Forty years after Queen’s legendary performances at London’s 3,000-seat Rainbow Theatre, the shows are finally seeing official release in excellent fidelity. Although some material has seen issue as part of the U.K.-only Box of Tricks release, 15 tracks have never been officially released, including the only known live version of “The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke.” This set first includes a performance from March 31, 1974: the final show of their tour in support of Queen II. The show was recorded by their producer Roy Thomas Baker and originally scheduled to be the band’s third album. The set adds recordings from their two sold-out shows in November 1974, which were part of their Sheer Heart Attack tour. Aside from featuring Freddie Mercury commanding the stage with authority, the shows demonstrate the brilliance and innovation of Brian May’s peerless guitar work and the overall heaviness of the power trio of May, John Deacon, and Roger Taylor. Even a ballad such as “White Queen (As It Began)” illustrates Queen's early mastery of dynamics and drama.