|Date:||November 22, 1973|
During an interview at the end of the year, John Deacon said this was one of the band's favourite shows of the tour. A fan recalls:
"They had just released their first album, the single 'Keep Yourself Alive' was out, and there was already a great buzz about this new band. This was one of the few times where everyone wanted to see the support act, and the hall was full for Queen's performance. They were excellent, much better than many of the bands who would support major tours, and gave Mott a hard act to follow."
A bootleg LP of the Oxford show called "A Cry Of A Screamin' Pain That's Born From Sorrow" incorrectly labels some of its musical contents as being from Newcastle.