|Date:||November 23, 1973|
Procession, Father To Son, Son And Daughter, Ogre Battle, Hangman, Keep Yourself Alive, Liar, Jailhouse Rock medley, Big Spender, I'm A Man
This is the band's first show at the Apollo in Glasgow, a site of many triumphant Queen performances in the 70s.
Instead of Bama Lama Bama Loo they play a hyped up version of I'm A Man, a blues cover they'd do a few more times in 1977.
Like last night's show in Newcastle, John Deacon later stated this to be one of the band's favourite shows of the tour.
|Recording length:||32 minutes (1 CDR, incomplete)|
|Lineage:||AUD > Master (Hitachi C90 tape) > WAV > FLAC level 8|
Father To Son [cut], Ogre Battle [cut], Hangman, Keep Yourself Alive, Liar, Jailhouse Rock medley, Big Spender, I'm a Man
This is allegedly from the master tape. Son And Daughter is missing.
This tape wasn't originally intended to exist. The taper came to the show to see and record Mott The Hoople, but after hearing the reaction Queen got she pressed record and captured most of Queen's set from part way into Father To Son.