Hello you every queenies of the world,
I would like to talk about the Brian May collaborations with other artists. As you know he was a champion for having a jam with other bands or artists, be it live or in the studios.
Well, talking about the studio ones, I would like to talk about the difference of sounds you can hear, depending of course of the style of music he was playing and of the way the recordings were produced.
I think about two or three tracks, that come to my mind now. For example, hearing him playing the blues on the Don Nix album was great, the Red Special sounded as it always sounded when he played the blues. On the Black Sabbath "Headless Cross" also we can hear its guitar, but the sound is not that "clean" as on Don Nix.
the Red Special sounded well also on Donegan "Diggin' On My Potatoes", or on the D-Rock tracks, in its quite usual way, but once more in two musical styles very different. The wah-wah pedal on "New Damage" with Soundgarden was a strange kind of think, Brian rockier than ever.
But as far the "Circles" track with Quartz (a collavortion from 1977 that just surfaced a fex years ago), its guitar work is hardly noticeable.... What do you think about that ?
Do you have any thoughts concerning Brian work with other artists ? What are the other collaborations you know where Brian's work seems a little obsure or strange ? And what about the Quartz collaboration ?
Thanks a lot, queenies, it's your turn now to express your thoughts and share your ideas !!
Rock On till you fall, you queenies, Brian May and the guys continue to rock the world and... Blow The House Down !!
wanna trade ?