Queen: Live at the Rainbow 1974 Trailer

Queen: Live at the Rainbow 1974 Trailer (2014)

08 September 2014 Music 80 mins

For the long time fan, maybe the most outstanding concert of Queen. The reason? It gives a perfect overview of an early Queen presentation. The material, the costumes, and the performance of the members are really great and supported by the hilarious conversational approach of a young Freddie Mercury. In one of the last interviews, the singer Freddie Mercury said that the way he looked in those days were ridiculous; many would argue. The band looked very theatrical and outrageous. That's the way that the orthodox, good old fashion Queen fan likes it more, so it's joyful to see the careful treatment of the performance and the power of the Queen sound when all the members of the band sing together.

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John Deacon

as Himself

Brian May

as Himself

Roger Taylor

as Himself

Brian May

as Himself


Roy Thomas Baker

Roy Thomas Baker Sound Director

Mike Stone

Mike Stone Sound Engineer

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Queen - Live at the Rainbow '74 Trailer

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