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Rocka in Vidia

  • Patrick
    Posted at 13:07h, 22 dicembre Rispondi

    After Queen’s contribution to Live Aid, Freddie Mercury was enthusiastic about the band and soon after called them to go to the studio and write a song together which became “One Vision”. All four band members were credited as songwriters, however Roger Taylor stated in an interview with Australian TV that originally it had been his song, with lyrics reflecting Martin Luther King. He joked “that rotter Freddie” changed all his lyrics with additions like “one shrimp, one prawn, one clam, one chicken”, and even name-checked John Deacon. Brian May played the opening synth section using a Yamaha DX-7. The sessions were filmed and later released on the 2003 DVD set

    • Magic Queen
      Posted at 18:46h, 29 dicembre Rispondi

      Hi Patrick, yes it is!!!! Rock on and thanks for your comment!!!

  • Patrick
    Posted at 01:54h, 08 febbraio Rispondi

    suggests that its first performance was on 27 June 1970 at Truro in England, while still billed as “Smile”. The band’s first major step toward becoming a recognized live act came when Queen was a support act to Mott the Hoople on its UK tour. Queen’s performances consistently received an enthusiastic reception from audiences. This led to Mott the Hoople’s inviting Queen to be its support act for Hoople’s US tour. Here, the band was able to hone its on-stage presentations in front of large crowds, try out different songs and arrangements, and gain valuable experience with state-of-the-art light and sound systems. The friendly relationship between Mott the Hoople and Queen still remains strong to this day. The Queen song ” Now I’m Here ” was written by Brian May as a tribute to Mott The Hoople . Jim Kerr from Simple Minds first saw Queen when they opened for Mott the Hoople during the 1974 UK tour. At the launch party of the

    • Magic Queen
      Posted at 10:42h, 15 febbraio Rispondi


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