Living On My Own(1993) . Keep Yourself Alive (w/ Queen, 1973) . Killer Queen (w/ Queen, Top Of The Pops, 1974) . Bohemian Rhapsody (w/ Queen, Odeon Hammersmith, 1975) . You Take My Breath Away (Hyde Park, 1976) . We are the champions (w/ Queen, recording, 1977) . Bicycle Race (w/ Queen, 1978) . Save Me (w/ Queen, Concert for People of Kampuchea, 1979) . imagine (w/ Queen, 1980 ) . Somebody To Love (w/ Queen, Montreax, 1981) . Staying Power (w/ Queen, Milton Keynes Bowl, 1982) . State Of Shock (w/ Michael Jackson, Mick Jagger, 1984) . Radio GaGa (w/ Queen, Live Aid Wembley London, 1985 . Under Pressure (w/ Queen, Wembley Stadium, 1986) . Barcelona (w/ Montserrat Caballé, La Nit, 1988) . London (w/ Queen, 1989) . Headlong (w/ Queen) . These Are The Days Of Our Lives (w/ Queen) . The Great Pretender (1987) .
Bohemian Rhapsody . Don’t Stop Me Now . Another One Bites the Dust . We Will Rock You . We Are the Champions . Killer Queen . Crazy Little Thing Called Love . Somebody to Love . I Want to Break Free . Living On My Own .
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@allmusic : Combining theatrics and an outrageously flamboyant stage persona with his fine natural-born talent (he possessed one of the greatest voices in all of music and penned some of pop’s most enduring and instantly recognizable compositions),
@last.fm : His recorded vocal range spanned nearly four octaves (falsetto included), with his lowest recorded note being the F below the bass clef and his highest recorded note being the D that lies nearly four octaves above.