City: Brussels, Belgium
Venue: Theatre 140
Date: December 10, 1974

Presumed setlist:
Procession, Now I'm Here, Ogre Battle, Father To Son, White Queen, Flick Of The Wrist, In The Lap Of The Gods, Killer Queen, The March Of The Black Queen, Bring Back That Leroy Brown, Son And Daughter, Keep Yourself Alive, Seven Seas Of Rhye, Stone Cold Crazy, Liar, In The Lap Of The Gods...Revisited, Big Spender, Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll, Jailhouse Rock, God Save The Queen



This is Queen's first concert in Belgium.

Someone who attended the show said "the group arrived onstage dressed as musketeers, and that the smoke bombs took a bloody long time to disappear!"

There has been a bit of discrepancy over both the date and venue. Some sources state this show took place on December 1, which is actually the date the show was originally scheduled to be played. And while ticket stubs state the concert took place at the Ancienne Belgique, the reality is it was moved to the Theatre 140 about a week before the show. The most plausible reason for the venue switch is that the 140 was more upscale, while the Ancienne Belgique was standing room only. Many thanks to David Irons, Eddy Smit and Olivier Ruth for the information.

While Queen would never play the Ancienne Belgique, the Brian May band would eventually perform there in 1998.

The picture seen above was submitted by Julien Cohen.


Recording length: 60 minutes (1 CD, incomplete)
Quality: C-
Source: Audience
Lineage: AUD > ? > CDR (x)
Track listing:
Procession, Now I'm Here, Ogre Battle, Father To Son, White Queen, Flick Of The Wrist, In The Lap Of The Gods, Killer Queen, The March Of The Black Queen, Bring Back That Leroy Brown, Son And Daughter, Keep Yourself Alive, Seven Seas Of Rhye, Stone Cold Crazy [cut]


This is one of the worst-sounding audio recordings ever made in the existence of music, inaudible to the point that the average listener probably wouldn't be able to recognize the songs. Only the brave will make it through this one.

An complete and better-sounding alternate source once existed, but the taper says he accidently taped over it when recording another band a few years later.




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