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Dec 21
freddiemercuryonline   Featured,Gallery,news

14 April 1978, Queen performed at Ernst-Merck-Halle in Hamburg, Germany 🇩🇪 “News of The World Tour “

In a German review, it’s revealed that ‘Liar’ is played tonight in place of ‘It’s Late,’ and has this to say about Brian’s solo spot (thanks to Simon Possert for the translation): “Since Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page I’ve never seen or heard another guitarist play like that. Out of his guitar he coaxes completely new sounds, letting it whimper and scream, playing gently, then heavy again – and if fans applaud from time to time, his lips will form a shy smile.”

In that post-show interview, Mercury admits possibly for the one and only time that he had worked with a vocal coach at some point in the past year: “If I sing for two hours, I’ll be unable to sing a tone afterwards. During our last US tour we had to cancel concerts because of that. I’ve already tried to take singing lessons in order to strengthen my vocal chords but even that is dangerous. I’d lose my feel for rock ‘n’ roll.”

The beautiful pictures were taken by Ellen Poppinga


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