Queen's Previously Unreleased First Live Album Finally Surfaces After 40 Year Wait: 4LP Box Set includes 2LPs of the March '74 Show & 2LPs of the November '74 Show
Sunday, March 31, 1974 is a landmark date in the history of rock music. It is now celebrated in the multi format release of a rare recording made at legendary London venue The Rainbow, of a concert by a then up-and-coming band called Queen. Few who turned up for that iconic performance could have predicted they would go on to become arguably the world's best and most successful rock group, although many more may have suspected it after this stunning show.
Among the unique material contained in this release are over a dozen tracks never previously released on any official Queen live album. Now, a remarkable 40 years later, Queen Live at the Rainbow '74 has finally surfaced from the archives, providing an invaluable record of emerging superstars demonstrating their talent. Newly mixed and mastered to the highest contemporary standard, this 4LP box set features 2LPs with the March show while on their Queen II tour and 2LPs with the November show while on their Sheer Heart Attack tour.
• Import 4LP box set
• First 2LPs featuring the original Live at the Rainbow, March '74 show from the Queen II Tour
• Second 2LPs featuring the Live at the Rainbow, November '74 show from the Sheer Heart Attack Tour