We just finished watching Queen's legendary "A Night at the Odeon" concert with Alex. Actually, we got so excited that afterwards, we just had to re-watch some selected songs from the Rainbow Theatre concert (1974), Montreal (1981) and finally, the whole Live Aid performance (1985). Anyway, even though we only have "a part" of the famous Queen's Christmas Eve Hammersmith Odeon concert, since the BBC team packed before Queen started their second encore, which is only slightly longer than an hour, I could feel that it magically made me feel the way I don't remember feeling after watching the Rainbow Theatre concert, for example. Somehow, the band's energy from the very beginning till the end is so strong that only after the first chords of "God Save the Queen" started to play I could go back to reality.
Alex also mentioned that, even though he liked Rainbow Theatre concert's sound much more, the Odeon makes you feel like you are actually there at the concert.
To keep it short, if you haven't watched Queen's Hammersmith Odeon concert yet, you should consider doing it soon. Don't forget to turn the volume all the way up. It's sooo worth it!