An unauthorized live LP by Queen, recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon in 1975.
Offered for sale is an unauthorized live album by Queen called Command Performance, recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon in London in 1975, and issued on the TAKRL label.
TAKRL stood for “The Amazong Korneyfone Record Label,” and they were an offshoot of the legendary Trademark of Quality label that had thrived in the early 1970s. TAKRL issued a number of titles in the mid-1970s before going away.
According to the title insert, Command Performance captured Queen live at the Hammersmith Odeon in London around Christmastime, 1975.
- Now I’m Sure
- Orge Battle
Medley: Bohemian Rhapsody/Killer Queen/The March of the Black Queen
- Brighton Rock
- Keep Yourself Alive
- In the Lap of the Gods
- Seven Seas of Rhye
- See What a Fool I’ve Been
- God Save the Queen
About this copy: This copy of Command Performance is an original, mid-1970s pressing. The plain white cover is still in the shrink wrap and the original title insert is included. The cover is M-.
The disc has plain labels that say “side one” and “side two.” The disc is M- and appears to have been played only once or twice.
A nice copy of a scarce Queen collectible.
- Country of origin:
- Record Label:
- The Amazing Korneyfone Record Label
- Catalog Number:
- TAKRL 1997
- Year of Release:
- circa 1976
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