Is this the world we created

“Is this the world we created?We made it on our own Is this the world we devastated right to the bone?If there’s a God in the sky looking downWhat can he think of what we’ve doneTo the world that He created?” January 1984 – Queen Story!”Is this the world we created?

We were looking at all the songs we had and we just thought the one thing we didn’t have was one of those little acoustic things, the Love Of My Life type of things. One of us said, “OK, I’m gonna go back and do it… go back and think about it”, but Brian… I just said, ‘Brian, why don’t we just think of something right here?’, and that song just evolved in about two days, he just got on acoustic and I just sat next to him, we just worked it together. I came up with the lyrical side and then he came up with the chords, and something just happened and it’s the first time that… we never had…

see, if I actually thought before this that Brian and I should sit down and write a song together, I don’t think it would happen, because then all kinds of egos… and who does what… this way we didn’t have to think about it, we just sort of went in there, and it seemed to work, it was sort of quite strong, it worked very well as a tail end of the album. I wouldn’t like to say I wrote all the lyrics, Brian helped, but I remember most of the lyrics of that song are mine, Brian probably did help with a line here and there.”-

Freddie Mercury on “Is this the world we created?” Interview 1984 Written as a last-minute replacement for ‘There Must Be More To Life Than This’, which had been written in 1981 and intended for the ‘Hot Space’ album and again for ‘The Works’ as the album closer. Freddie was reportedly inspired to write this song after viewing a documentary on television about poverty in Africa.(source: queenpedia.com) “Is this the world we created?” from ‘The Works’ album. Released: Frebruary 27, 1984Pic: July 13, 1985, Wembley Stadium, London, UK – Freddie Mercury on stage during “Is this the world we created?” ‘Live Aid’

Gallery Update OTHERS & MISCELLANEOUS JAPANESE HOLIDAY 1986

Hey Darlings .I added pictures in the gallery .26 September 1986 – Freddie Mercury, JimHutton with Joe Fanelli, take a lengthy Japanese Holiday.

OTHERS & MISCELLANEOUS JAPANESE HOLIDAY 1986

Tie Your Mother Down’

February 19th, 1977 – Queen Story!
Queen perform at the Sportatorium, Miami, Florida, USA, during ‘A Day At The Races’ Tour and filming ‘Tie Your Mother Down’ Promo Video

Tie Your Mother Down’ Promo Video directed by Bruce Gowers. Bruce also directed promotional video ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and others

FREDDIE MERCURY & KENNY EVERETT REVIEW “A DAY AT THE RACES”
Capitol Radio, London – November 1976

Intro: ‘Tie Your Mother Down’

Kenny Everett: God you’re noisy, Fred!

Freddie Mercury: “That’s one of the softer tracks” (laughs)

Kenny Everett: That track’s called “Tie Your Mother Down” from the new LP called “A Day At The Races”, which is actually ‘teffifico’ and it’s just out in time for Christmas.

Freddie Mercury: “Yes, that’s right”

Kenny Everett: Why tie your mother down?

Freddie Mercury: “Well this one in fact is a track written by Brian actually, I dunno why. Maybe he was in one of his vicious moods. I think he’s trying to out do me after “Death On Two Legs” actually”

Gallery update Interview

hey Dalings .I added pictures in the interview file.The interview is with the amazing Montserrat Caballé.Freddie love her so much.

APPEARANCES & EVENTS FREDDIE ENMONTSERRAT CABALLÉ

“I Was Born To Love You”

April 1985 – Freddie Mercury with Deborah Pollington (or Glenda Grabb?) during promotional video “I Was Born To Love You” (single to be lifted from the “Mr. Bad Guy” album, released in 1985)Filming Location: Limehouse Studio, Docklands, London, UKDirector David Mallet- Written by Freddie Mercury

I Was Born to Love You” is a 1985 song by Freddie Mercury, and was released as a single and on the Mr. Bad Guy album. After Mercury’s death, Queen re-worked this song for their album Made in Heaven in 1995, by having the other members play their instrumental parts over the original track, transforming the song from a disco song to a rock song. The Queen version from the Made in Heaven album also includes samples of Mercury’s ad-lib vocals taken from “A Kind of Magic” and from “Living on My Own“.

The song received its live debut on the 2005 tour of Japan, given by Queen + Paul RodgersBrian May and Roger Taylor performed the song acoustically. The song was also performed during the concerts given by Queen + Adam Lambert in South Korea and Japan, which was the first time that a full live band was used for the performance.