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"Free – “The Amazing Story Of Rock’s Lost Legends” and Queen + Paul Rodgers - “We Might Do An Album“
“And what do you do?” – The Queen quizzes May, Page, Clapton and Beck
“Her majesty began with “Hello, and what do you do?” Unruffled , May explained that he had played on Buck House’s roof during her Jubilee Concert prompting the response of “oh so that was you was it?”
Queen at No.10 Album Chart with - Greatest Hits 1, 2 & 3(The Platinum Collection)
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Free At Last
“With the release of comprehensive best of album and Paul Rodger's collaboration with Queen, Classic Rock presents the real story of Free-in the words of who were there.
”Between a never ending tour schedule, Free managed to squeeze in some studio time between mid January and mid march with the help of engineer Roy Thomas Baker...(who later made his production mark with Queen)"
Image - Brian May and Paul Rodgers onstage at the fender Strat 50th anniversary gig. "Sparkswere flying”
“Freddie would’ve Loved It“
As Brian May,RogerTaylorand Paul Rogers prepare to hit theUKas Queen + Paul Rogers Classic Rock gets the inside story on the collaboration that’s dividing the fans.
Brian May’s favourite Paul Rodgers track?
“Apart from All Right Now, obviously. Cant Get Enough by Bad Company has always been a big favourite of mine; they’re all favourites of mine to be honest. The entire Fire and Water album has never left me. We’ll be doing some of that on tour, and it’s a joy beyond compare. Every time we come to play one of Paul’s songs every body starts smiling. We love it; it’s a sort of recreation for us”
Paul Rodgers favourite Queen track?
“There’s a song called The Show Must Go On, which is incredibly dramatic. In my early years as a singer, I listened a lot to Otis Redding I still so in fact. Otis has a great spirit and a great soul to his voice; his whole approach to music is very soulful. I am trying to apply those things that heart and that soul to The Show Must Go On. Even though it’s early days, it's sounding monstrous."
Enuff Z’ Nuff album review "?"
"...a typically strange choice of cover, Queen's Stone Cold Crazy".
"We recorded it for a Queen tribute record. Donnie (Vie, vocals) loves Freddie so much, you can hear it.Lot's has been made of how much Enuff Z'Nuff worship The Beatles, but we actually liked Queen even more."
Hard Stuff - Re-issues
Free – Chronicles (Island) - 'Heavy Load', 9/10
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