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QUEEN II Tour 1974





ad & ticket stub courtesy of Paul Fernandes 



ticket stub courtesy of Dan Lampinski 





The film in my camera got stuck and all the beautiful pictures turned into a compilation :(

above photo courtesy of Paul Fernandes


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Father To Son

Ogre Battle

Son And Daughter

Great King Rat


Keep Yourself Alive

Modern Times Rock n Roll


Big Spender

Bama Lama Bama Loo





Freddie Mercury (vocals & piano)


Brian May (lead guitar & vocals)


John Deacon (bass & vocals)


Roger Taylor (drums & vocals)



Queen - Palace Concert Theater, April 27, 1974


Queen - Live At The Rainbow Theatre (03.31.1974)


Queen: London/Rainbow 03/31/1974 - Original Reel-To-Reel Version



Queen - Killer Queen (Top Of The Pops, 1974)



Queen II (full album)




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Brian May introduces Son And Daughter as "I want you to be a woman," the first line of the song. 

His solo in Liar is very unique, as he does it with the delay effect - a one-time thing, it seems. 

The band receive a standing ovation after playing Keep Yourself Alive, a song that was often heard on the radio around this time. Freddie says, "You just keep yourself alive," and Brian adds, "You young people here in America are fabulous." 

Even though they are the opening band, Queen return for an encore after Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll to do a couple covers. 



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