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Queen live on tour: Queen I

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Tour itinerary [35 concerts]
13.09.1973  London, UK Concert info 25.11.1973  Edinburgh, UK Concert info
12.10.1973  Sunderland, UK Concert info 26.11.1973  Manchester, UK Concert info
13.10.1973  Bonn, Germany Concert info 27.11.1973  Birmingham, UK Concert info
14.10.1973  Luxembourg, Luxembourg Concert info 28.11.1973  Swansea, UK Concert info
20.10.1973  London, UK Concert info 29.11.1973  Bristol, UK Concert info
26.10.1973  London, UK Concert info 30.11.1973  Bournemouth, UK Concert info
02.11.1973  London, UK Concert info 01.12.1973  Southend, UK Concert info
12.11.1973  Leeds, UK Concert info 02.12.1973  Chatham, UK Concert info
13.11.1973  Blackburn, UK Concert info 06.12.1973  Cheltenham, UK Concert info
15.11.1973  Worcester, UK Concert info 07.12.1973  Cheltenham, UK Concert info
16.11.1973  Lancaster, UK Concert info 08.12.1973  Liverpool, UK Concert info
17.11.1973  Liverpool, UK Concert info 14.12.1973  London, UK (1st gig) Concert info
18.11.1973  Hanley, UK Concert info 14.12.1973  London, UK (2nd gig) Concert info
19.11.1973  Wolverhampton, UK Concert info 15.12.1973  Leicester, UK Concert info
20.11.1973  Oxford, UK Concert info 21.12.1973  Taunton, UK Concert info
21.11.1973  Preston, UK Concert info 28.12.1973  Liverpool, UK Concert info
22.11.1973  Newcastle, UK Concert info 27.01.1974  Sunbury, Australia Concert info
23.11.1973  Glasgow, UK Concert info  

The Golders Green show was recorded and broadcasted by BBC. It's been bootlegged many times but never in complete form. Six tracks are widely available (Procession, Father To Son, Son And Daughter, See What A Fool I've Been, Ogre Battle and Liar), the rock'n'roll medley (Jailhouse Rock, Stupid Cupid, Be Bop A Lula) leaked in spring 2002 and the rest (Big Spender, Bama Lama Bama Lou) is in the BBC archives (= available but not widely spread).

Stone Cold Crazy was also in the setlist these early days. You may wonder how is it possible? This track was properly released in 1974 but Queen played a slightly different version of this song even much earlier. It is said to be a "slower" version but it's hard to prove that, as far as I know, NO recording of this rare live gem exists.

A few interesting bits and pieces appear in an interview done by the band for the Sounds magazine in December 1973. John says the band really enjoyed the gigs in Newcastle, Glasgow or Bournemouth. Also the band placed a lot of emphasis on America but they didn't "want to go out there too soon and blow it". And perhaps the most interesting part is when they say: "We've been thinking a lot about getting in a keyboard. We may get another guy in. It would thicken the sound up. It's a bit limited with only 3 instruments on stage, but we don't want to make it a 5-piece."

Typical setlist
01. Procession 08. Jailhouse Rock
02. Father To Son 09. Shake Rattle And Roll
03. Son And Daughter 10. Stupid Cupid
04. Ogre Battle 11. Be Bop A Lula
05. Hangman 12. Jailhouse Rock (reprise)
06. Keep Yourself Alive 13. Big Spender
07. Liar 14. Bama Lama Bama Loo

Tracks played only scarcely
Stone Cold Crazy (different slow version)
Great King Rat
Modern Times Rock'n'roll (instead of Bama Lama Bama Lou)
See What A Fool I've Been
I'm A Man (different fast version)
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