Описание и слова песни
Hello fellow “Queen Questers”! This is the second upload on this channel! This is the officially released March show at the Rainbow Theatre, which was featured on Live at the Rainbow ‘74
City: London, England
Venue: Rainbow Theatre
“Father To Son”
“Son And Daughter”
“White Queen (As It Began)”
“Great King Rat”
“The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke”
“Keep Yourself Alive”
“Seven Seas Of Rhye”
“Modern Times Rock ‘N’ Roll”
“Bama Lama Bama Loo”
“See What A Fool I’ve Been”
This show was Queen’s first big concert as a headlining act. As mentioned above, it was released on Live at the Rainbow ‘74, but has also been bootlegged countless times.
Queen, especially Freddie, are now starting to join the circle of large band that they had aimed to be in. Freddie is now much more confident on stage (although he always has been), and the band put on an excellent show, with two encores.
The show is one of many from this era where Freddie would come on stage wearing a white costume, then change into a black one to resemble the album covers of Queen II
The following songs are heard for the first time on recording: “White Queen (As It Began)”, “Great King Rat”, “The Fairy Feller’s Master Stroke”, “Keep Yourself Alive”, “Seven Seas Of Rhye” and “Modern Times Rock ‘N’ Roll”
“White Queen (As It Began)” and “Seven Seas Of Rhye” would be dropped for the pending North American Leg of the Queen II Tour, and “The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke” would never be heard again live.
Brian breaks a string during Liar and switches to his Fender Stratocaster. The guitar evidently has a different sound to his beloved Red Special.
“Son And Daughter” (including its “Guitar Solo” interlude) and “Modern Times Rock ‘N’ Roll” were filmed tonight, the earliest known footage of a Queen concert.
Note: As this is an official release, there are several overdubs that are evident throughout the show. This is NOT raw audio. Please also note that Big Spender and Bama Lama Bama Loo aren't included in this release.