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Freddie Mercury: The Parsi Who Rocked The Music World

25/07/2020   Seraja   2

, Indeed. Freddie Mercury rocked the world with his music. Today, nearly two decades after his death, millions of people continue to rock to his music, mesmerised with his four-octave vocal range, artistic exuberance and brilliant performance.

Farrokh Bulsara, as Freddie was called in his younger days, was born into a middle-class Parsi-Indian family on September 5, 1946, in the British Confederate of Zanzibar. Bomi and Jair Bulsara, his parents, wanted to make sure that their son got a good education.

Bomi, his father, who worked as a cashier at the British Colonial Office, wanted to see his son settle down as an accountant. But destiny had other plans for Farrokh.

Even as a child, Farrokh was fascinated with music. At the age of seven, while living with relatives in India, he took piano lessons. He loved to sing at family get-togethers and parties and loved all the attention it got him.

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Joe Fanelli started out as Freddie’s boyfriend in 1978.

01/07/2020   Seraja   0

Joe Fanelli started out as Freddie’s boyfriend in 1978. He would become an extraordinarily special friend to Freddie. Their relationship didn’t last but a beautiful, loyal friendship developed and Joe remained in Freddie’s life as his dearest friend, chef, assistant, confidant and caregiver until the very end. I have so much respect and admiration for Joe. Freddie’s friends were important to him and he has said, he demands a lot but he’ll give so much more in return.The dearest of friends reunited again According to Jim Hutton, Joe sadly passed away December 1992.


26/06/2020   Seraja   0

Queen had entered the ‘80s with the release of their single “Save Me” in January 1980, but that soon seemed like a toe in the water when follow-up “Play the Game” arrived on May 30. The song itself was notable for being the first Queen piece to feature a synthesizer, but it was the video that generated the real buzz.

Freddie Mercury had already cut off his trademark long hair and stopped painting his fingernails. The “Save Me” video and the album art for turning-point album The Game – to arrive in June – showed him without those classic ‘70s adornments. The changes had caused “the grief of many of his female fans,” as Jacky Gunn reported in 1992 book Queen: As It Began, adding: “The result was that gifts of razors and bottle of black nail polish flooded the band’s office

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Queen receives her own stamps for the 50th anniversary

23/06/2020   Seraja   3

The British rock band Queen receives a nice anniversary gift from the Royal Mail. A special stamp set consisting of thirteen stamps will be released in July. Eight album covers, four live group photos and a classic group photo are printed. The set is available from July 9 and costs 17 euros. NME reports this.

Guitarist Brian May was touched by this gesture. “It is difficult to describe what I feel when I see these stamps. From the moment we started as youngsters 50 years ago, we have worked hard to pursue a dream. It is sometimes crazy to realize that we have become a national institution. “

Drummer Roger Taylor shares those sentiments. “We belong to the furniture now! What an enormous honor, I am very grateful. “

The stamps show album covers of Queen II (1974), Sheer Heart Attack (1974), A Night At The Opera (1975), News Of The World (1977), The Game (1980), Greatest Hits (1981) , The Works (1984) and Innuendo (1991).

After the Beatles (2007) and Pink Floyd (2016), Queen is the third British band to be immortalized on a stamp.

Here you can find them