02 - Queen - The March Of The Black Queen - Langham 1 Studio BBC (Session Four) 1974.04.03




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Published on Jul 22, 2011

Session 4, Track 2. Recorded at Langham One Studio, London, on 3 April 1974.
This version is identical to the album version, fading out as 'Funny How Love Is' begins. Sources suggest that either Queen ran out of studio time and were unable to record a fourth track, or that they were unhappy with what they did record, so the album version was broadcast instead. This means that possibly the track was recorded but not broadcast, but if so then it is likely to have been lost as the BBC tapes were destroyed many years ago. This does, however, seem an unlikely track to attempt to record, given it's length and complexity, and Queen never recreated it on stage in full. 'Father To Son' or 'Seven Seas Of Rhye' would have been a more logical choice and would both have been far easier to perform.

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    • Queen II [2011 Remaster]
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