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  1. Sep 04,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Live At The Rainbow '74 on Discogs. Label: Virgin EMI Records - none • Series: Queen The Vinyl Collection - 13 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue Gatefold • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock •/5(23).
  2. Allegedly planned for an official release back in or but scrapped by the creation of A Night at the Opera, Live at the Rainbow '74 fills in part of Queen 's history: it is the first official live album to capture the band at their pre- Night at the Opera fury.
  3. Two live concerts from London's Rainbow from Both gigs are from London's legendary Rainbow Theatre, one from April , highlighting material from "Queen II", the other sees the band returning in triumph in November of the same year, hot on the heels of the chart success of "Killer Queen" and the album "Sheer Heart Attack"/5(1).
  4. Sep 09,  · Allegedly planned for an official release back in or but scrapped by the creation of A Night at the Opera, Live at the Rainbow '74 fills in part of Queen's history: it is the first official live album to capture the band at their pre-Night at the Opera fury. The brief release, At the Beeb, touched upon the same territory, capturing their two sessions from , but this is.
  5. was a year of high achievement for Queen. They had their first two hit singles, 'Seven Seas Of Rhye' and 'Killer Queen,' released two albums, QUEEN II and SHEER HEART ATTACK, and completed major tours across the UK, America and Europe. In the UK, they performed three sold out shows at the legendary Rainbow Theatre in London's Finsbury Park, one in March on the QUEEN II tour and two in.
  6. At the Beeb is a live album by the British rock band Queen, released on vinyl, cassette tape, and CD in Subsequently, it was released by Hollywood Records in in the United States and Canada under the title At the BBC on CD and as limited edition picture disc vinyl.. The album comprises tracks recorded in two sessions for the BBC Radio 1 Sound of the 70s programme.
  7. Queen played the Rainbow Theatre in London three times in – a March 31 performance that was originally slated for live album fodder, and two conquering-hero shows in November, right as.
  8. Live at the Rainbow '74 is a live album by the British rock band Queen released in September

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