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Entertainment Brian May lost Freddie Mercury's cassette with Queen guitar solos

20:45  03 march  2021
20:45  03 march  2021 Source:   rollingstone.de

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"Freddie was very proud of the things I did and that we managed to do together," said Brian May.

Brian May bezeichnet die Zusammenarbeit mit Freddie Mercury als eine Art positiven Druck, den sie gegenseitig auf sich ausübten. © Provided by www.rollingstone.de Brian May describes working with Freddie Mercury as a kind of positive pressure that they put on each other.

"Freddie was very proud of the things I did and that we managed to do together," says Brian May.

It is well known that Freddie Mercury always viewed his life's work and the music of Queen positively . Now Brian May revealed in an interview with “Total Guitar” that the singer was so proud that one day he created a cassette on which Queen's best guitar solos would have been strung together.

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The problem with that: May lost the cassette. “It was pretty amazing,” says the guitarist. “And what I really regret is that I can't find the tape anymore. I never throw anything away. I'm something of a hoarder. So it should be somewhere. But Freddie was very proud of the things that I did and that we managed to do together. "

Brian May on the guitar solo on" Bohemian Rhapsody "

" One day Freddie had a big smile on his face when I came into the studio, and he put a cassette in the player and said, 'Listen to this darling. That'll surprise you ’", Brian May tells . "He had spent the whole morning putting together all the guitar solos that he could find in our work, and he had strung them all together."

In particular, the genesis of the guitar solo in " Bohemian Rahpsody " had a lasting impact on him, explains the guitarist . So he first sang his guitar part during the recordings in order to keep the melody in his head, he says. “I could hear that melody and I had no idea where it came from. The melody doesn't appear anywhere else in the song, but it's a familiar chord progression so it blends in nicely, ”he recalls.

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"We put a lot of pressure on each other, but in a very positive way."

"There was a lot of interaction [with Freddie] and I think that was part of the magic we had," says the 73rd -year-old. “We put a lot of pressure on each other, but in a very positive way. We always pushed each other to try things out. ”In general, however,“ Bohemian Rhapsody ”was“ very much a product of the tireless head of Freddie ”, according to May.“ We knew that it was something very special. ”

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