Thanks Pim. A fuller previous answer could have been found under a cursory search - Forums > Sharing The Music > *WANTED* queens first ever concert (Try punching "Queen" + "First" + "concert" into the search button at the top of the page).
Queen: Unreleased Live, Ewell Technical College 9th January 1971
Line-up: Farrokh Bulsara (vocals), Brian May (guitar), Roger Meddows Taylor (drums), Barry Mitchell (bass).
Supporting Kevin Ayers And The Whole World Band, Flying Fortress and Genesis. The entire set was recorded by Ken Testi on a Grundig tape recorder, but only the Rock ‘n Roll Medley remains. A flyer for this concert is briefly viewed in the official “Genesis - Archive” video.
Rock ‘n Roll Medley;
Jailhouse Rock, Stupid Cupid, Bebop a Lula, Big Spender, Bama Lama Lama Loo.
Barry Mitchell does indeed own a copy - not too sure about the rest of the band. - John S. Stuart - Interview 1992.
Also posted (same thread):
Queen: Unreleased Live, Marquee, London 20th December 1972
Richard Thomson: original mono reel-to-reel. (Earliest known bootleg – but dreadful quality copies compared to reel-to-reel = different sources?).
Christie’s Pop And Guitars Auction, Thursday 6th June 1996. Richard Thomson: Lot 154 sold £2,800. Bought by Queen Productions Ltd – John S Stuart, Record Collector, 11th June 1996.
Set similar to 10th March 1972, except, Night Comes Down, See What A Fool I’ve Been, Stone Cold Crazy, and Hangman dropped from the set. New material includes Doing Alright, and Ogre Battle.
Full set listing:
Great King Rat, Son & Daughter, Jesus, Doing Alright, Ogre Battle, Keep Yourself Alive, Liar, Jailhouse Rock, Bama Lama Lama Loo
Also posted (same thread):
The FULL Golders Green concert: Everything else is just NONESENSE!!!
Queen: Unreleased BBC Radio Session, Live Golders Green Hippodrome 13th September 1973
BBC Pop Spectacular Transcription Services 135600 – S
Rogues And Scoundrels Bootleg LP
Saturday Night’s All Right For Fighting Bootleg CD
Cry Argentina Bootleg CD
In Concert BBC Radio One. Broadcast 13th Sept 1973. Produced by Jeff Griffin, sound balance by John Etchells, leaping about Paul Deley. Available as BBC Pop Spectacular Transcription Services LP 135600 – S. (Rock ‘n Roll Medley cut from broadcast, LP transcription and bootleg discs).
Procession, Father To Son, Son & Daughter, See What A Fool I've Been, Ogre Battle, Liar, Jailhouse Rock, Stupid Cupid, Bebop a Lula, Big Spender, Bama Lama Lama Loo.
There is NO Hangman or slow Stone Cold Crazy - this is just more innuendo that I keep squashing - but there are always those who like to believe the mythology rather than the facts.
BTW: If interested (it is illegal to sell BBC transcription discs) I will "donote" a mint copy of the album "free" - to whoever is willing to pay c£500 for my "Play the Game" 7"!!!
"Listen to them. Children of the night. What music they make."