A Night at the Odeon (Live) - Queen

A Night at the Odeon (Live)


Queen

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2015-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 19

  • ℗ 2015 Hollywood Records, Inc.

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Now I'm Here 4:42  
2
Ogre Battle 5:19  
3
White Queen (As It Began) 5:30  
4
Bohemian Rhapsody 2:28  
5
Killer Queen 2:08  
6
The March of the Black Queen 1:30  
7
Bohemian Rhapsody 1:02  
8
Bring Back That Leroy Brown 1:32  
9
Brighton Rock 2:23  
10
Guitar Solo 6:37  
11
Son and Daughter 1:44  
12
Keep Yourself Alive 4:32  
13
Liar 8:45  
14
In the Lap of the Gods...Revis 5:23  
15
Big Spender 1:23  
16
Jailhouse Rock Medley 9:20  
17
Seven Seas of Rhye 3:10  
18
See What a Fool I've Been 4:21  
19
God Save the Queen 1:22  

Reviews

  • The Holy Grail of All Live Queen Albums

    5
    By VinCT
    Amazing! This is an example of how a band should play live! Super tight, spot on vocals and an amazing set! A MUST OWN for Queen fans!
  • Omg 🔥🔥🔥👌👌💯💯

    5
    By martinrobertscalici
    This is amazing, honestly didn't expect this high of performance from what sounds like a late seventies live album, this just blew me away, many people will not appreciate this album though because Freddy sounds very homosexual
  • Awesome Live Album...

    5
    By Backley13
    But I could make a better album cover than that in Photoshop in ten minutes.
  • A Killer Night

    5
    By sezwhom
    Freddie sounds fantastic here. Not all their best songs but enough. Nice to see Big Spender. This was a band which knew how to play live. Jeez, what a concept.
  • raw not a pop album like other live queen

    5
    By jhtgoodfella
    i think this is a more raw live album Queen did in 75 nice to hear it thanks brian may for putting this out.
  • Another example of how a band works live

    5
    By rberto
    The end of 1975 was a transition year for Queen. Bohemian Rhapsody was just released and it launched the band into superstardom. This gig was broadcast live on the radio and The Old Grey Whistle Test in the UK and became their most bootlegged gig. After hearing these recordings you will understand why. They are coiled and charging with all the force to take the paint off the walls. The live versions of Liar, Ogre Battle etc… are raw tight and full of force. I always tell younger musicians to listen to Queen and listen how a band feeds off each other live as well as taking the energy from the audience and throwing it back at them.

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