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Posted: 20 Jan 05, 15:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Sorry if this was mentioned or not...

What was the last song made for MIH (ie. last new track with Freddie on vocals made?)?

I know the rest of the band most likely finished the track(s) at a later date after Freddie died.

What were the post Innuendo vocal tracks off MIH?

Freddie sounds great on all the tracks.

Sorry for the multiple questions.



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Posted: 20 Jan 05, 16:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Dust:biter is right. It all depends on what you mean with "last song".

As far as I know it's like this:

It's a beautiful day: 1982.
Made in Heaven: 1985
Let Me Live: 1982
Mother Love: Last vocals of Fred
MY life has been saved: Miracle sessions(1989)
Born to love You: 1985
Heaven for Everyone: 1987
Too much love...: Miracle sessions (1989)
You don't fool me: 1991 (although it is discussed it is from the Hot Space sessions, which I doubt)
Winter's tale: 1991
Yeah (probably Action this day (1982) ;)



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Posted: 21 Jan 05, 10:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

So the actual "Vocal sessions" are from earlier sessions? (ie. "Too Much Love..." is from the 89 Miracle sessions?) -- with the band adding the instruments post Freddie era?

I figured Mother Love was a "post Innuendo" session.

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Posted: 22 Jan 05, 08:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

'My Life Has Been Saved' was better than several other songs on The Miracle. I can't believe that they didn't include it on that album over some of the others.


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Posted: 22 Jan 05, 09:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Scirocco1977 wrote:

You don't fool me: 1991 (although it is discussed it is from the Hot Space sessions, which I doubt)
A few months ago, Brian touched on the subject of this song, And said that it was indeed from 91' and NOT the Hot Space sessions.


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Posted: 22 Jan 05, 10:00 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The last one they recorded was Mother Love, I believe it was in August 1991, the last one they wrote-who knows?

I always thought that "Yeah" was from Don't Try Suicide, at the beginning. Is it from Action This Day's second chorus?

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Posted: 22 Jan 05, 10:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"You don't fool me: 1991 (although it is discussed it is from the Hot Space sessions, which I doubt)"


Nah, it just says in the GHIII booklet that it sounds like the kind of thing they did in the Hot Space sessions in 82.