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Posted: 13 Mar 19, 05:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

https://youtu.be/0moHpxp-98I

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Posted: 13 Mar 19, 05:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I live to hear about Freddie from the people he worked with...they all seem to have so much love and respect for him

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Posted: 13 Mar 19, 07:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Posted: 14 Mar 19, 17:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Freddie was very underrated as a performer in the 70s and 80s even from May & Taylor then he died and now people are saying Fred is the greatest legend ever, how people
can be so two faced. Even the BBC hated Queen as they were always getting snubbed by the likes of DJ Janice Long and Top of the Pops.
Strange how many Queen haters were at the Queen parties though.

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Posted: 15 Mar 19, 13:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

WTF you've posted here for years about all the polls Queen topped through the years as proof that Freddie was the greatest, now your tooting completely different tune on your penny whistle.

As regards Brian and Rogers attitude to Freddie you obviously haven't read many 70's and 80's interviews with them. Your post are entertaining if nothing else

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Posted: 16 Mar 19, 12:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Actually, Roger did admit (Making of A Night at the Opera) that they hadn't realised how great he was until after he died. Of course, it's not so much 'we thought he was shit, now we know he wasn't' as much as 'we thought he was brilliant, we just hadn't grasped *how* brilliant'... and that's perfectly normal, it happens all the time in many areas of life. Some people are more appreciated when they're gone, and Frederick was no exception.


John hated Hot Space. Frederick's favourite singer was not Paul Rodgers. Rog didn't compose 'Innuendo.' Witness testimonies are often inaccurate. Wales is not in England. 'Bo Rhap' hasn't got 180 vox.
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Posted: 16 Mar 19, 13:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sebastian wrote:

Actually, Roger did admit (Making of A Night at the Opera) that they hadn't realised how great he was until after he died. Of course, it's not so much 'we thought he was shit, now we know he wasn't' as much as 'we thought he was brilliant, we just hadn't grasped *how* brilliant'... and that's perfectly normal, it happens all the time in many areas of life. Some people are more appreciated when they're gone, and Frederick was no exception.


Yeah that's a good point and comes across as a very honest statement

The absence of someone is usually felt more than their presence when you're so used to them being there.

I don't think that means Brian and Roger are being two faced stating how brilliant Freddie was now.

There were interview where they both mentioned his abilities back in the day

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Posted: 17 Mar 19, 04:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Well, Mack, Mike Moran and David Richards were intimate friends of Freddie. Unfortunately I never met David Richards.
It's normal what they said in this video. The last son of Mack, the godfathers were John and Freddie.
Mike Moral is perhaps the most emotional but sad interview I did in my life...i

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Posted: 17 Mar 19, 10:26 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Is this interview with Mike Moran available online? I like this man a lot! Thank you very much.