Nope, you’re not seeing double. The Tarantura label are back with another couple of Queen and AC/DC releases for your delectation. The Queen release is another Mr. Peach recording of the show at Aichi-Ken Taiikukan in Nagoya, Japan. The evening show that started at 6:30pm on the 23rd of March, 1976 promoting the “A Night At The Opera” album. The title, the superbly fabulous “Moet and Chandon Breakfast”
The Track list;
Opening / Start / Introduction / Bohemian Rhapsody / Ogre Battle / Sweet Lady / MC / White Queen / Flick Of The Wrist / Bohemian Rhapsody / Killer Queen / The March Of The Black Queen / Bohemian Rhapsody / Bring Back That Leroy Brown / Brighton Rock / Guitar Solo / Son and Daughter / The Prophet’s Song / Stone Cold Crazy
MC / Doing Alright / Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon / Keep Yourself Alive / Drum Solo / Keep Yourself Alive / Liar / In The Lap Of The Gods … Revisited : Encore; Now I’m Here / Big Spender / Jail House Rock / Rock And Roll Melody – God Save The Queen.
“Made By Nik and Tom” is the AC/DC title. Referencing Nikoli Tesla and Thomas Alva Edison ( The autonomists behind electricity and radio respectively )
Made from the master reels of a Dutch radio broadcast on Jaap Endenhaal from Amsterdam, Holland the set list is dotted with classic AC/DC tracks.
Live Wire / Shot Down In Flames / Hell Ain’t Bad Place To Be / Sin City / Walk All Over You / Bad Boy Boogie / The Jack / Highway To Hell / High Voltage / Whole Lotta Rosie / Rocker / Guitar Solo / Whole Lotta Rosie / Guitar Solo / Let There Be Rock.
It’s almost worth it for the rather punning title alone.If you liked this review, buy me a cup of joe. (Suggested: $3 a shot or $7.5 for a double)