Dedicated to Freddie Mercury
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Posted on 07/12/2020 by Seraja with 5 Comments Filed under: Freddie Mercury, song, videoclips

We’re digging through the archives to remember the world’s best rock vocalist, Freddie Mercury. A performer like no other and a personality unmatched, we thought we’d celebrate the Queen singe the only way we know how; by basking in the joyous power of his incredible vocal on his “rock opera” ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’. 

Isolated vocal tracks usually wield a great deal of power. After all, removing the cluttering noise of the band allows the singer’s emotions to triumph above all else. However, with Freddie Mercury, the heavyweight clout of such a vocal performance lands like a boxer’s right hook, dislodging our jaw in sheer amazement. 

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Posted on 06/28/2020 by Seraja with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Freddie Mercury, song

Queen have a huge catalog of hits. Many of the band’s fans would have a hard time picking their ten favorite Queen songs, much less their favorite Queen song. Freddie Mercury was different.

Mercury was both Queen’s frontman and one of the major creative forces behind the band. If anyone knew Queen’s catalog, he did. Despite this, he had no difficulty choosing his favorite Queen song.

Critics often hail “Bohemian Rhapsody” as the crown jewel of the Queen canon. In addition, the band gave us sports anthems, killer disco tracks, and more experimental songs. However, Mercury: An Intimate Biography of Freddie Mercury says Mercury’s favorite Queen song was a gospel number called “Somebody to Love.”