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==Background==
 
==Background==
The events were organized by Paul McCartney and Kurt Waldheim to raise funds for the citizens who were affected by the wars raging in Cambodia as a result of the reign of Pol Pot.
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The events were organized by Paul McCartney and Kurt Waldheim to raise funds for the citizens who were affected by the wars raging in Cambodia as a result of the reign of Pol Pot.<ref>[https://www.huffingtonpost.com/hirad-abtahi/the-paul-mccartneyunited-_b_11285850.html Huffington Post article discussing the events] 3 Mar '18</ref>
  
The concert was filmed and broadcasted on BBC 1, and multiple audio recordings were made by audience members that have since appeared on bootlegs.
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The concert was filmed and broadcasted on BBC 1, and multiple audio recordings were made by audience members that have since appeared on bootlegs.<ref name="Rolling Stone"/>
  
Wing's performance on December 29th would end the group's final tour and mark the group's final concert.
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Wing's performance on December 29th would end the group's final tour and mark the group's final concert.<ref>[https://www.kshe95.com/news/real-rock-news/flashback-paul-mccartney-wings-play-final-show K-SHE 95 article on Wings' performance] 3 Mar '18</ref>
  
==Setlist<ref>[https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/queen/1979/hammersmith-odeon-london-england-33d580e5.html List of songs played]</ref>==
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==Setlist<ref>[https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/queen/1979/hammersmith-odeon-london-england-33d580e5.html List of songs played] 2 Mar '18</ref>==
  
 
The setlist for the concert is as follows, with (*) being the songs that have their video recordings partially missing, and (**) being the songs that are completely lost.
 
The setlist for the concert is as follows, with (*) being the songs that have their video recordings partially missing, and (**) being the songs that are completely lost.
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==Availability==
 
==Availability==
Despite the concert being well-known among fans of the band, for the longest time, only partial footage saw use in bootlegs; lacking parts of some songs, some of which didn't even appear at all.
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Despite the concert being very well known, for the longest time, bootleggers had only partial footage at their disposal; lacking parts of some songs, some of which didn't even appear at all.
  
All of the footage from the concert was remastered and used in the film ''Queen - A Night At The Odeon'', which was released to coincide with the release of the live album ''A Night at the Odeon – Hammersmith 1975''.
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All of the footage from the concert was remastered and used in the film ''Queen - A Night At The Odeon'', which was released to coincide with the release of the live album ''A Night at the Odeon – Hammersmith 1975''.<ref name="Rolling Stone">[https://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/brian-may-talks-queens-1975-concert-film-performing-bohemian-rhapsody-live-20151012 Brian May interview regarding the release] 2 Mar '18</ref>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

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Queen live at Hammersmith.jpg

A photo taken from the concert.

Status: Partially Lost

On December 1979, a series of concerts featuring Queen, The Clash, The Who, etc. were held at the Hammersmith Odeon in London, England; for the benefit of the victims of war-torn Cambodia. These series of concerts were called "Concerts for the people of Kampuchea".

Background[edit | edit source]

The events were organized by Paul McCartney and Kurt Waldheim to raise funds for the citizens who were affected by the wars raging in Cambodia as a result of the reign of Pol Pot.[1]

The concert was filmed and broadcasted on BBC 1, and multiple audio recordings were made by audience members that have since appeared on bootlegs.[2]

Wing's performance on December 29th would end the group's final tour and mark the group's final concert.[3]

Setlist[4][edit | edit source]

The setlist for the concert is as follows, with (*) being the songs that have their video recordings partially missing, and (**) being the songs that are completely lost.

  1. Jailhouse Rock (*)
  2. We Will Rock You 
  3. Let Me Entertain You 
  4. Somebody to Love 
  5. If You Can't Beat Them (**)
  6. Mustapha (*)
  7. Death on Two Legs 
  8. Killer Queen 
  9. I'm in Love with My Car 
  10. Get Down, Make Love 
  11. You're My Best Friend 
  12. Save Me 
  13. Now I'm Here 
  14. Don't Stop Me Now 
  15. Spread Your Wings (**)
  16. Love of My Life 
  17. '39 
  18. Keep Yourself Alive (**)
  19. Drum Solo (**)
  20. Guitar Solo (**)
  21. Silent Night (**)
  22. Brighton Rock (**)
  23. Crazy Little Thing Called Love 
  24. Bohemian Rhapsody (*)
  25. Tie Your Mother Down 
  26. Encore:
  27. Sheer Heart Attack 
  28. We Will Rock You 
  29. We Are the Champions 
  30. God Save the Queen

Availability[edit | edit source]

Despite the concert being very well known, for the longest time, bootleggers had only partial footage at their disposal; lacking parts of some songs, some of which didn't even appear at all.

All of the footage from the concert was remastered and used in the film Queen - A Night At The Odeon, which was released to coincide with the release of the live album A Night at the Odeon – Hammersmith 1975.[2]

References[edit | edit source]