We Discovered Queen’s Live at Hammersmith Odeon 1979 – Watch
via Queen Live Rarities / Youtube
The dynamic and powerful rock band Queen is well-known for their amazing live performances and timeless songs that will remain superior in the annals of the rock scene. The quartet of Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon, and Roger Taylor, altogether, were rock legends who delivered what the audiences want: great musicianship and lively shows.
To be a part of Queen’s concert is a privilege. And while there is a gray area on the possibility of reuniting all four members, we are fortunate enough to know that we can still revisit some of the iconic concerts they did back in the day. One, in particular, is Queen’s Hammersmith Odeon concert in London back on Christmas Eve of 1979.
The hour-long concert became one of Queen’s finest moments on-stage, delivering perfect orchestration, with the soaring-high vocals of Freddie Mercury that is easily a crowd-pleaser. Right from this moment, they knew they were about to conquer the world.
Below, we are given a trip to such a moment from the YouTube channel of Queen Live Rarities, and all the compiled videos for the whole concert are featured in the best shape possible. The audio for the clips was enhanced, and we can clearly hear the voices of the legendary frontman, as well as the perfect instrumentals.
Some of the songs performed are “Somebody To Love,” “Crazy Little Thing Called Love,” “Love of My Life,” “Killer Queen,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” and many more. It’s indeed a night to remember and we are lucky to watch it in full.
Check it out here.