PORTLAND STRIMER

  1 LP

Label: Trade Mark Of Quality. (Might just used the label design.)
Country: I guess Europe, but can't confirm this.
Released: April 2019  (First time I got info about it).
Recorded: Portland Expo. Portland, Maine,  USA April 28th. 1974
Sound: Audience recording.
Cover: Looks like insert in various color.
Comments:  From Queen's first US visit as support for Mott The Hoople'.
Color vinyl release, various color might exist, as well on multi color vinyl.
At least 200 copies are pressed out, maybe more. Numbered copies.
Interested only for vinyl bootleg 'I want it all' collectors.
Recording is well out on bootleg cd's for some years ago.
I don't think this is a real TMOQ album. As far as I know, this label was only active in the seventies. The producer might just use the label design.
Made out in various colors inserts.
All in all, a 'real' vinyl bootleg, but this concert are out on a handful of pro-cd release. So if you are out for the recording, get the cd's.
Roots:  


Front cover

 SIDE ONE
 Intro: Procession  (tape)
 Father To Son
 Ogre Battle
 Son And Daughter


 SIDE TWO
 See What A Fool I've Been
 Liar
 Keep Yourself Alive
 Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll
 Big Spender
 Tutti Frutti

      
     


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Back cover


Different color insert.

Different color on insert

Back on insert