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Jun 22
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24 March 1976, Queen performed @ Kosei Kaikan, Himeji, Japan 🇯🇵 during ‘A Night At The Opera’

Queen’s second tour of their beloved Japan

Brian, after ‘White Queen’; “We’d like to continue with a particularly vicious song by Freddie Mercury. This is Flick Of The Wrist.”

Freddie isn’t in his strongest voice early in the Japanese tour, but the end of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is gorgeous tonight.

Brian plays his ‘Bring Back That Leroy Brown’ banjo solo in the wrong key – the only time he’d mess this bit up in the song’s three years on stage. He soon makes up for it by offering a very tasteful ‘Brighton Rock’ solo with many musically wonderful moments.

Freddie’s middle section of ‘The Prophet’s Song’ is excellent tonight. Even with his limited vocal range, he manages to craft some very interesting vocal lines.

For the first verse of ‘Doing All Right,’ Freddie uses his voice to the best of his ability to give a unique delivery of the debut album song. Afterward, “This is one minute six seconds of a song called ‘Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon’,” followed by a huge roar from the audience.

Brian May is on fire in the improv section of ‘Liar.’

Here’s wonderful audio of this show https://youtu.be/8Ju-w3zVbZQ

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