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2 July 1986, Queen performed their last show @ Hallenstadion in Zürich, Switzerland 🇨🇭
“Magic Tour”

After this show, the band return to the UK. Freddie was interviewed at his home in London by David Wigg upon arriving back home. When asked how the roar of the crowd affects him when he’s out there, Freddie responds, “I look at the bank balance,” and they share a laugh. The interviewer presses on, hoping for a more serious answer. “Does it still give you shivers in the spine?” Without even thinking twice, the singer responds, “Very much so.”

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29 June 1979 Queen released an acoustic version of ‘Love of my Life’ from their 1979 album, ‘Live Killers.’ It was recorded during their concert at Festhalle, Frankfurt, 2 February 1979. The B-side is ‘Now I’m Here’ from the same album.

‘Love of My Life’ was written by Freddie Mercury for the 1975 iconic album, ‘A Night At The Opera.’ He wrote this piece on the the piano and Brian plays the harp on the original recording but he has rearranged the song for acoustic 12-string guitar and that’s how it’s performed during live concerts.

This sentimental song was Introduced during the ‘News of the World Tour’ in 1977 and became an instant fan favorite. It has been played at nearly every Queen concert. It became popular especially in South America and the ‘Live Killers’ version was released as a single in that country too. After Queen performed the song in South America in 1981, it hit # 1 on the singles chart in Argentina and Brazil, and stayed on the charts in Argentina for an entire year.

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“Im taking my ride with destiny, Willing to play my part…Living with painful memories, Loving with all my heart…. Made in heaven” 🎤🎵

1 July 1985 – Freddie Mercury released ‘Made In Heaven.’ This is the third single recorded by Freddie and his fourth release as a solo artist.

Originally featured on Mercury’s debut solo album, ‘Mr. Bad Guy,’ the song was slightly modified and published as a 45rpm and paired with “She Blows Hot and Cold” (a non-album track). It’s described on the record sleeve as ‘A Brand New Track’.

The single reached #57 on the UK Singles Chart.

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a new song by Freddie Mercury comes to life and it’s absolutely incredible!

An unearthed song, ‘Time Waits for No One’ A stripped-down version of “Time” by Freddie Mercury has resurfaced more than 30 years after it was recorded.

Dave Clark vividly remembers first discussing Freddie Mercury’s possible participation on the concept album of his 1986 musical, Time. “I chatted to Freddie…. he was excited by the project, and the collaboration, on the song ‘Time’, was a triumph.

Freddie’s humour was one of the things that made working with him such a delight for Clark. The original recording of the song ‘Time’, which Clark co-wrote with John Christie, came out on the soundtrack for the musical, produced with layers of backing vocals and heavy drums.

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June 19th, 1989 – Queen Story!
Queen released ‘Breakthru’ bw ‘Stealin’’ in the UK
Taken from ‘The Miracle’ album, thirteenth studio album released in May 1989

🔸”It’s the prime example what we were talking about before, I mean, the track ‘Breakthru’ sort of stemmed from Roger, really, it’s basically his track. But the sort of a capella vocal bit in front was from someone else, as we’ve said: we have 30 tracks, and that was a little piece that I thought was quite good, and I didn’t want it to go amiss, and I just said, ‘Oh, well, we’ll just put it in front of “Breakthru”.’ It’s basically another song, sort of seem to go away quite nicely, so, we just snipped it.”

  • Freddie Mercury, interview with Mike Read, BBC Radio One, 29/05/1989

🔸”Breakthru” is two songs joined. “A New Life Is Born,” an unreleased song written by Freddie Mercury is lhe slow vocal harmony during the first half minute was originally . The remainder of the song is written by Roger Taylor, with contributions from the rest of the band

  • ‘Stealin’ (b-side) written by Freddie Mercury

Pic: June 1989 – Queen photo session of promotional video “Breakthru” (from the album ‘The Miracle’)
‘Breakthru’ promotional video; director The Torpedo Twins; Filming Location Nene Valley Railway, Cambridgeshire, UK

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June 1986, Leiden, Netherlands – Queen Story!
Freddie Mercury in backstage with the mother of Hannie Roggeveen, who runs the Dutch Queen Fan Club, during ‘Magic Tour’

June 11,12, 19, of 1986, Queen perform at the Groenoordhalle, Leiden, Netherlands – ‘Magic Tour’

👉 Queen with Hannie Roggeveen in 1984 during ‘Works! Tour’

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18 June 1976 – Queen released ‘You’re My Best Friend’ bw ”39′, in the UK. Both tracks are from the bands fourth studio album, ‘A Night At The Opera.’

This enduring, heartfelt song was written by John Deacon for his lovely wife Veronica Tetzlaff and it remains one of Queens best-selling singles of all time.

John wrote this song using an electric piano, a Wurlitzer, and when he was wanting to incorporate the instrument with his lyrics. Freddie Mercury did not want to play it, “I refused to play that damn thing,” he said. “It’s tiny and horrible and I don’t like them. Why play those when you have a lovely superb piano.”

“Well, Freddie didn’t like the electric piano, so I took it home and I started to learn on the electric piano and basically that’s the song that came out, you know, when I was learning to play piano. It was written on that instrument and it sounds best on that, you know, often on the instrument that you wrote the song on.”

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