We remember Freddie Mercury. ‘Freddie The Great’

This day (November 24, 1991), in Kensington, London, England, died Mr.Farrokh Bulsara a.k.a Freddie Mercury, British singer, lead vocalist of Queen

Digest Tracklist :

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) .

Freddie Mercury Top 10 :

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 .

SELECTED ALBUMS

Queen’s ‘The Works’ feat. ‘Radio Ga Ga’ & ‘I Want to Break Free’ is their eleventh studio album released on February 27, 1984 by EMI. >>

‘Queen’ is their eponymous debut studio album recorded in London and released on July 13, 1973 by EMI. >>

Queen’s ‘The Game’ feat. ‘Another One Bites the Dust’ & ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’ is their eighth studio album released on June 30, 1980 by EMI. >>

Queen’s ‘A Kind of Magic’ is their twelfth studio album recorded in Munich, Montreux and London and released on 2 June 1986 by EMI / Parlophone. >>

Queen ‘s ‘A Day at the Races’ is their fifth studio album named after a Marx Brothers film and released on December 10, 1976. >>

Queen’ s ‘Sheer Heart Attack’ is their third studio album produced by Roy Thomas Baker and released on November 8, 1974 by EMI / Elektra Records >>

Queen ‘s ‘Jazz’ is their seventh studio album co-produced by Roy Thomas Baker and released on November10, 1978 by EMI Parlophone / Elektra. >>

Queen ‘s ‘News of the World’ feat. ‘We Will Rock You’ & ‘We Are the Champions’ is their sixth studio album released on October 28,1977 by EMI, Parlophone / Elektra. >>

Queen’s ‘The Miracle’ is their thirteenth studio album recorded in 1988 and released on May 22, 1989 by Parlophone / Capitol. >>

Queen’s ‘Hot Space’ is their tenth studio album featuring ‘Under Pressure’ with David Bowie) released on May 21, 1982 by EMI / Elektra. >>

‘Queen II’ is their second studio album co-produced by Roy Thomas Baker and Robin Cable and released on March 8, 1974 by EMI / Parlophone / Elektra. >>

Queen ‘s ‘A Night at the Opera’ is their fourth studio album co-produced with Roy Thomas Baker and released on November 21, 1975 by EMI / Elektra. >>

MORE VIDEOS

[1980] British band Queen will play to more than 130,000 people at the Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo in São Paulo, Brazil >> 97 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1985] they expect more than 80 000 people for British band Queen at the Nepstadium in Budapest, Hungary >> 91 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1976] British band Queen performs at Earls Court in London >> 122 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1984] in case you missed Queen at Rock in Rio last week, they will be back at Cidade do Rock, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil >> 97 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1991] Extreme, Def Leppard, Spinal Tap, Guns N’ Roses, Joe Elliot, Zucchero, Gary Cherone, Tony Iommi, James Hetfield, Robert Plant, Paul Young, Seal, Lisa Stansfield, Ian Hunter, David Bowie, Mick Ronson, George Michael, Elton John. They all will join the remaining members of Queen to pay tribute to Freddie Mercury at Wembley Stadium in London >> 128 MINUTES on RVM >>

[2015] Brian May plus English singer Kerry Ellis will perform a few Queen songs at Hall 1 of the National Palace of Culture in Sofia, Bulgaria >> 19 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1985] Queen top the bill at Knebworth Park, Hertfordshire, UK >> 6 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1979] Queen and its flamboyant singer Freddie Mercury take part in Concert For The People Of Kampuchea. at the Hammersmith Odeon in London >> 174 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1984] last night at 2 in the morning, Queen opened the first ‘Rock in Rio’ festival in Brazil along Iron Maiden, Whitesnake and more. If, like us, you missed them, they will be back on the 18th. >> 51 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1978] Queen will be on stage at Forest National in Brussels, Belgium >> 17 MINUTES on RVM >>

[2007] Paul Rodgers of Free / Bad Company fame will take Freddie Mercury’s seat with Queen for their Anti AIDS free show at Freedom Square in Kharkiv, Ukrain >> 20 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1992] Queen headline at National Bowl in Milton Keynes, England >> 53 MINUTES on RVM >>

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Wikipedia : This day (November 24, 1991), in Kensington, London, England, died Mr.Farrokh Bulsara a.k.a Freddie Mercury, British singer, lead vocalist of Queen

Official Site :

@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.

@Discogs :

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