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Freddie Mercury - The Very Best Of Freddie Mercury . Solo .


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Freddie Mercury - The Very Best Of Freddie Mercury .Solo.VIRUSOFSATEN
     Barcelona.mp3 -
7.09 MB

     Foolin Around.mp3 -
5.43 MB

     Foolin_Around_(Early_Version).mp3 -
5.93 MB

     Goin_Back.mp3 -
5.21 MB

     Guide Me Home.mp3 -
3.56 MB

     Guide_Me_Home_(Thierry_Lang_Piano_Version)_(Bonus_Track).mp3 -
5.06 MB

     How Can I Go On.mp3 -
5.28 MB

     I_Can_Hear_Music.mp3 -
4.99 MB

     I_Was_Born_To_Love_You.mp3 -
5.23 MB

     I_Was_Born_To_Love_You_(Extended_Version).mp3 -
11.45 MB

     I_Was_Born_To_Love_You_(George_Demure_Almost_Vocal_Mix).mp3 -
6.21 MB

     In My Defence.mp3 -
5.69 MB

     Lets_Turn_It_On_(A_Cappella).mp3 -
4.49 MB

     Livin On My Own (1993 Radio Mix).mp3 -
5.48 MB

     Living_On_My_Own_(No_More_Brothers_Extended_Mix).mp3 -
8.01 MB

     Living_On_My_Own_(The_Egg_Remix).mp3 -
8.08 MB

     Love Kills.mp3 -
7.21 MB

     Love_Kills_(More_Order_Rework_By_The_Glimmers).mp3 -
11.78 MB

     Love_Kills_(Pixel82_Remix).mp3 -
7.7 MB

     Love_Kills_(Rank_1_Remix).mp3 -
11.3 MB

     Love_Kills_(Star_Rider_Remix).mp3 -
5.3 MB

     Love_Kills_(Sunshine_People_Radio_Mix).mp3 -
5.65 MB

     Love_Makin_Love_(Demo).mp3 -
5.49 MB

     Love_Me_Mike_Theres_No_Tomorrow.mp3 -
5.41 MB

     Made In Heaven.mp3 -
5.09 MB

     Made_In_Heaven_(Extended_Version).mp3 -
7.27 MB

     Mr_Bad_Guy.mp3 -
5.81 MB

     Mr_Bad_Guy_(Bad_Circulation_Version).mp3 -
4.37 MB

     My_Love_Is_Dangerous_(Extended_Version).mp3 -
10.55 MB

     The Great Pretender.mp3 -
4.94 MB

     The_Golden_Boy.mp3 -
7.96 MB

     The_Great_Pretender_(Malouf_Remix).mp3 -
5.54 MB

     There Must Be More To Life Than This.mp3 -
4.25 MB

     Time.mp3 -
5.24 MB

     Your_Kind_Of_Lover_(Vocal_And_Piano_Version).mp3 -
5.05 MB



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Background information
Birth name
Farrokh Bulsara
Born
5 September 1946
Stone Town, Zanzibar
Died
24 November 1991 (aged?45)
Kensington, London, England
Genre(s)
Hard rock, progressive rock, heavy metal
Occupation(s)
Singer-songwriter, producer
Instrument(s)
Vocals, piano, keyboards, guitar
Voice type(s)
Leggiero Tenor (F2[1]-F5[1]; up to E6 in falsetto[2])
Years active
1969–1991
Label(s)
Columbia, Polydor, EMI, Parlophone
Hollywood Records (US & Canada)
Associated acts
Queen, Wreckage/Ibex

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Freddie Mercury
Freddie Mercury

Background information

Birth name
Farrokh Bulsara
Born
5 September 1946
Stone Town, Zanzibar
Died
24 November 1991 (aged?45)
Kensington, London, England
Genre(s)
Hard rock, progressive rock, heavy metal
Occupation(s)
Singer-songwriter, producer
Instrument(s)
Vocals, piano, keyboards, guitar
Voice type(s)
Leggiero Tenor (F2[1]-F5[1]; up to E6 in falsetto[2])
Years active
1969–1991
Label(s)
Columbia, Polydor, EMI, Parlophone
Hollywood Records (US & Canada)
Associated acts
Queen, Wreckage/Ibex
Notable?instrument(s)

Steinway D Concert Grand
Ovation 12-string
White Fender Telecaster


Freddie Mercury (born Farrokh Bulsara) (5 September 1946 – 24 November 1991) was a British singer-songwriter, pianist, occasional guitarist and co-founder of the rock band Queen (inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001). As a performer, he was known for his vocal prowess and flamboyant performances.[3][4][5] As a songwriter, he composed many international hits, including "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Killer Queen", "Somebody to Love", "Don't Stop Me Now", "We Are the Champions" and "Crazy Little Thing Called Love".
In addition to his work with Queen, he also led a solo career and was occasionally a producer and guest musician (piano or vocals) for other artists. Mercury, who was of Parsi descent and grew up in India, has been referred to as "Britain's first Asian rock star."[6] He died of bronchopneumonia induced by HIV (AIDS) on 24 November 1991, only one day after publicly acknowledging he had the disease. In 2006, Time Asia named him as one of the most influential Asian heroes of the past 60 years,[7] and he continues to be cited as one of the greatest singers in the history of popular music.[4][8]

Live performer
Mercury is noted for his live performances, which were often delivered to stadium audiences around the world. He displayed a highly theatrical style that often evoked a great deal of participation from the crowd. A writer for The Spectator described him as "a performer out to tease, shock and ultimately charm his audience with various extravagant versions of himself."[26] David Bowie, who performed at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert and recorded the song "Under Pressure" with Queen said of Mercury, "Of all the more theatrical rock performers, Freddie took it further than the rest...he took it over the edge. And of course, I always admired a man who wears tights. I only saw him in concert once and as they say, he was definitely a man who could hold an audience in the palm of his hand."[27]

Freddie Mercury with a Brazilian flag during the Rock in Rio concert, 1985.
One of Mercury's most notable performances with Queen took place at Live Aid in 1985, during which the entire stadium audience of 72,000 people clapped, sang, and swayed in unison. Queen's performance at the event has since been voted by a group of music executives as the greatest live performance in the history of rock music. The results were aired on a television program called "The World's Greatest Gigs".[28][29] In reviewing Live Aid in 2005, one critic wrote, "Those who compile lists of Great Rock Frontmen and award the top spots to Mick Jagger, Robert Plant, etc. all are guilty of a terrible oversight. Freddie, as evidenced by his Dionysian Live Aid performance, was easily the most godlike of them all."[30]
Over the course of his career, Mercury performed an estimated 700 concerts in countries around the world with Queen. A notable aspect of Queen concerts was the large scale involved.[22] He once explained, "We're the Cecil B. DeMille of rock and roll, always wanting to do things bigger and better."[22] The band were the first ever to play South American stadiums, breaking worldwide records for concert attendance in the Morumbi Stadium in S?o Paulo in 1981.[31] In 1986, Queen also played behind the Iron Curtain, when they performed to a crowd of 80,000 in Budapest.[32] Mercury's final live performance with Queen took place on 9 August 1986 at Knebworth Park in England and drew an attendance estimated as high as 300,000.


Freddie Mercury playing guitar during a live concert with Queen in Frankfurt, 1984.
As a young boy in India, Mercury received formal piano training up to Grade IV. Later on, while living in London, he learned guitar, as much of the music he liked was guitar-oriented: his favourite artists at the time were the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie and Led Zeppelin. He was often self-deprecating about his own skills on both instruments and from the early 1980s onwards began extensively using guest keyboardists for both Queen and his solo career. Most notably, he enlisted Fred Mandel (an American musician who also worked for Pink Floyd, Elton John, and Supertramp) for his first solo project, and from 1985 onwards collaborated extensively with Mike Moran, leaving most of the keyboard work exclusively to him.

Mercury played the piano in many of Queen's most popular songs, including "Killer Queen", "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy", "We Are the Champions" and "Don't Stop Me Now". He used concert grand pianos and, occasionally other keyboard instruments such as harpsichord. From 1980 onwards, he also made extensive use of synthesisers in the studio. Queen guitarist Brian May claims that Mercury was unimpressed with his own abilities at the piano and used the instrument less over time because he wanted to walk around onstage and entertain the audience.[34] Although he wrote many lines for guitar, Mercury possessed only rudimentary skills on the instrument. Songs like "Ogre Battle" and "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" were composed on guitar; the latter famously featured Mercury playing acoustic guitar both on stage and in the studio.

Solo career
In addition to his work with Queen, Mercury put out two solo albums and several singles. Although his solo work was not as commercially successful as most Queen albums, the two off-Queen albums and several of the singles debuted in the top 10 of the UK Album Charts. His first solo effort involved the contribution to the song Love Kills on the 1984 album and new soundtrack to the 1926 Fritz Lang film Metropolis. The song, which was produced by Giorgio Moroder, debuted at the #10 position in the UK charts.[35]
Mercury's two full albums outside the band were Mr. Bad Guy (1985) and Barcelona (1988). The former is a pop-oriented album that emphasises disco and dance music. "Barcelona" was recorded with the opera singer Montserrat Caball?, whom he had long admired. Mr. Bad Guy debuted in the top ten of the UK Album Charts.[35] In 1993, a remix of "Living on My Own", a single from the album, reached the #1 position on the UK Singles Charts.[36] The song also garnered Mercury a posthumous Ivor Novello Award. Allmusic critic Eduardo Rivadavia describes Mr. Bad Guy as "outstanding from start to finish" and expressed his view that Mercury "did a commendable job of stretching into uncharted territory."[37] In particular, the album is heavily synthesiser-driven in a way that is not characteristic of previous Queen albums.
Barcelona, recorded with Spanish soprano Montserrat Caball?, combines elements of popular music and opera. Many critics were uncertain what to make of the album; one referred to it as "the most bizarre CD of the year."[38] Caball?, on the other hand, considered the album to have been one of the great successes of her career. The title song from the album debuted at the #8 position in the UK charts and was a hit in Spain,[39] where the song received massive air play as the official hymn of the 1992 Summer Olympics (held in Barcelona one year after Mercury's death). Ms. Caball? sang it live at the opening of the Olympics with Mercury's part played in a screen.
In addition to the two solo albums, Mercury released several singles, including his own version of the hit The Great Pretender by The Platters, which debuted at #5 in the UK in 1987.[35] In September 2006, a compilation album featuring Mercury's solo work was released in the UK in honour of what would have been his sixtieth birthday. The album debuted in the top 10 of the UK Album Charts.[40]


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