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Queen always was one of those top-tier bands who could really sing and play their highly arranged material live, and here is ample proof of that fact in a rare live-in-studio performance of "Spread Your Wings" from Autumn 1977 in a London studio.…
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Long ago Queen set a very high standard for concert performance from which they have never wavered. Here is proof of it with "Now I'm Here", originally off of Queen's third studio album Sheer Heart Attack released forty-five years ago,…
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With the release of November 1977's "News of the World" , Queen had succeeded as four real "mates" on an international scale, which would continue only to increase for the next decade. With four writers and vocalists, the band had a surplus of strong songs, while Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury possessed such an operatic voice that it's easy to forget that both Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor also sang lead on select songs. Brian May is my guest In the Studio.