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Released last week was this Status Quo Live! box set which pulls together the original 1977 Live! album, Tokyo Quoa Japan-only release from the same year, and Australia ’74 which provides 13 previously unreleased live performances recorded in Sydney.

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As can be seen from the photo gallery above this comes with a  36-page hardcover book. a replica ticket stub, a facsimile of an original tour programme and  features extensive notes by Dave Ling and plenty of rare photos provided by former tour manager and ‘fifth member’ of the band Bob Young.

Status Quo Live! is out now.



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5 responses to FIRST PICTURES / Status Quo Live!

  1. johnny says:

    If I knew you were looking for pictures of the Box Set, I could have sent you some last week. :-)

  2. Robert says:

    An awesome packaging for a fantastic content. Japan and Australian shows included here are probably the 2 best known bootlegs of the band in the 70s. Now together in beautiful digipacks together with the classic Quo Live. A delight.

  3. Julian H says:

    Hello Paul.

    Just wanted to inform you that Status Quo are releasing a vinyl box set (apparently all the albums from Piledriver up to Just Supposin’, which is weird because Never Too Late is pretty much the second part of Just Supposin’ – we’ll see), the long-awaited remix of Rockin’ All over the World (deluxe edition) and another deluxe edition (Hello!, the #1 follow-up to Piledriver). The deluxe sets from last year all improved upon the previous remasters IMO so that will be interesting.

    • Paul Sinclair says:

      Thanks Julian.

      • Julian H says:

        No prob Paul. I love Quo and they deserve the attention of more parts of the world (why did the US never really pick up on ’em?). And I know that you can’t have everything on the radar… like for example, I recently purchased that beautiful 40th anniversary box set by Manfred Mann’s Earth Band (which is thankfully still available) and I wondered if there was any notice of it on SDE when it was released 2011/2012. Well, I didn’t find anything…

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