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24th of December, 1975. Hammersmith Odeon in London. On this historic stage, the four members of the band Queen just played the final chords of an extraordinary show, which was televised live by the BBC. The performance at the same time marks the highlight of the most eventful and most exciting year of their career: It took them from England to the United States, to Japan and back and once and for all moved the band from being ambitious newcomers to one of the biggest and most important bands of their time – and beyond that. Forty years later, the show appears to the whole world. With their typical vigour and self-confidence Queen gave 15 chosen songs from their first four fantastic albums, as well as four cover versions of rock ‘n' roll classics, and this way, "A Night At The Odeon – Hammersmith 1975" presents the band at full gallop and with an energy, which emits sparks! Alongside the audio and video of the performance, the DVD and the SD Blu-Ray contain two special features: "Looking Back At The Odeon", a brand-new twenty-two minute documentary with a previously unseen interview with Brian May and Roger Taylor, conducted by Bob Harris, the host of the Old Grey Whistle Test, who talked with the two of them about the show in the Hammersmith Odeon, as well as rare material of "Live At The Budokan – Japan 1975" with three songs – Now I'm Here, Killer Queen, and In The Lap Of The Gods… Revisited – recorded live during the legendary tour across Far East.
screen: 1080i 16:9 (4:3 pillarbox)
audio: LPCM stereo 96/24 DTS-HD Master Audio 96/24