A Day at the Races is the fifth studio album by the British rock band Queen, released on 10 December 1976 by EMI Records in the United Kingdom and by Elektra Records in the United States. It was the band's first completely self-produced album, and the first not to feature producer Roy Thomas Baker. Recorded at Sarm East, The Manor and Wessex Studios in England, A Day at the Races was engineered by Mike Stone.
Queen live in Hyde Park 1976 was a concert by the band. The concert took place on 18 September, during the hot summer of 1976. It was part of a brief summer tour of the UK by the band; they also played in Edinburgh and Cardiff on this tour. The Hyde Park gig was a free concert, which drew in a crowd of over 150,000, which was one of the largest audiences for any concert in London. The free concert was organised by Richard Branson, an entrepreneur at the time.
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That year they released their first album, Queen. The same year saw their first major UK tour, and in 1974 they released Queen II as well as making their first UK headlining tour. Later that year they released A Day At The Races, and gave a free concert in Hyde Park to an estimated crowd of 200,000 fans.
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|A1||A Day At The Races Overture|
|A2||Bohemian Rhapsody (Tape & Rock Part)|
|A4||You're My Best Friend|
|A5||Bohemian Rhapsody (Verses)|
|A7||The March Of The Black Queen|
|A8||Bohemian Rhapsody (Reprise)|
|A9||Bring Back That Leroy Brown|
|A11||Son And Daughter|
|B2||You Take My Breath Away|
|B3||The Prophet's Song|
|B4||Stone Cold Crazy [Cut]|
|B6||In The Lap Of The Gods… Revisited|
NotesRecorded live at Hyde Park, London, UK, September 18, 1976.
Although the cover suggest that this album is made by Ze Anonym Plattenspieler (A US bootleg label) this is definitely a Japanese LP made by Marc Records.
This Japanese bootleg LP released in 1976 is from an audience recording. It was taped off to one side of the stage, as only one echo of Brian's Brighton Rock solo is heard and is the most prominent. Four songs are missing (Ogre Battle, White Queen, Flick Of The Wrist and Keep Yourself Alive), as the show was squeezed onto a single LP. It's possible that Ogre Battle and White Queen were omitted because of all the ruckus in the audience, with people being hit by projectiles thrown in the crowd.
Although the quality fluctuates (there is distortion in some of the louder spots), it is often quite good. The mix is better than the video soundtrack, as all the vocals are mostly well-balanced.
There is another version of this LP (apparently an earlier version, a Japanese bootleg acetate) which sounds even better.
The existence of the audience recording debunks the myth that Freddie's delay during The Prophet's Song died at the Hyde Park show. It most certainly was working, as it is clearly heard here. It was simply a soundboard mixing issue, as the video feed didn't pick it up at full volume (it can be very faintly heard on the video). Also, Freddie's first line of the Bohemian Rhapsody rock section isn't heard on the video feed, but it was heard by the audience as confirmed by this recording.
Also, this audience recording reveals that the crowd wasn't listening nearly as intently to You Take My Breath Away as history would like to record. People were shouting throughout the entire song, although it's worth noting that the people heard most clearly on this recording were pretty far away from the stage, as the recording sounds distant. At one point in the song, a large group of people repeatedly chant "sit down" followed by hand claps, almost like a football match.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): ZAP 7960 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): ZAP 7960 B
|ZAP 7960||Queen||Free In The Park (LP, RP, Unofficial, Bla)||Marc Records||ZAP 7960||Japan||1977|
|ZAP 7960||Queen||Free In The Park (LP, Unofficial, ins)||Marc Records||ZAP 7960||Japan||1976|