The end of the tan MARC title labels had come, it seems. Check the next posts for the labels.
By the middle of 1976, MARC had caught up with the band’s second Japan tour and released their second Queen title much closer to the concert date. Another end of tour performance – respectable but not reaching Queen’s brilliance of their final tour performance. The recording is slightly distant but still more than decent.
Side 1: Bohemian Rhapsody (tape & rock part) / Ogre Battle / Sweet Lady / White Queen / Bohemian Rhapsody (verses) – Killer Queen – The March Of The Black Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody (reprise) / Bring Back That Leroy Brown
Side 2: The Prophet’s Song / Stone Cold Crazy / Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon / Liar / In The Lap Of The Gods…Revisited
The likely set list that evening:
Bohemian Rhapsody (tape & rock part)
Flick Of The Wrist
– Bohemian Rhapsody (verses)
– Killer Queen
– The March Of The Black Queen
– Bohemian Rhapsody (reprise)
Bring Back That Leroy Brown
Son And Daughter
The Prophet’s Song
Stone Cold Crazy
Doing All Right
Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon
Keep Yourself Alive
In The Lap Of The Gods…Revisited
Now I’m Here
God Save The Queen
This is the only available source for this night. “A second audience source from this show exists, reportedly the complete show, but it has been said that it will never leave the taper’s hands. ” [queenlive.ca] That, of course, is rather sad.
Ken came out with the first copy on his Flat Records label, ca.1977/8:
Vicky Vinyl released it as the first title of her SLA / Rodan sub-label in 1979:
In 1981, someone from the UK made their own version under the same title and even copied the font & track list of the SLA version on the back of their new creation:
Finally, three songs and half the medley were included on the 1982 European 500 copies only release CARDIAC ARREST: “Ogre Battle, Sweet Lady, White Queen, The March Of The Black Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody (reprise)”.