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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 02:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hi guys,can anyone tell me when freddie recoreded the vocals foe "this could be heaven" and "Too much love will kill you".His last recodings including Mother Love are verydistinct,but these 2 tracks seem much more clear and sounds like his voice pre-Miracle.Been buggin me for awhile so any help would be nice.


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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 03:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

He was a prisoner you say, just stupid saying that!
You can ask questions, but why put it in the Announce section? I`m sure you can read, so start doing that!

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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 05:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Vocals for 'Heaven for Everyone' were done in 1987 (it was originally released in 1988 by Roger's band 'The Cross') and 'Too Much Love Will Kill You' was done during sessions for The Miracle.

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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 06:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It's A Beautiful Day- 1980 (the Game session)
Made In Heaven- 1985 (Mr bad Guy)
Let Me Live- 1983, WORKS session
Mother Love- 1991, apparently Fred's last recording
My Life Has Been Saved- 1988 (SCANDAL B-side)
I Was Born To Love You- 1985 (Mr Bad Guy)
Heaven for Everyone- 1987 (The Cross' "Shove It)
Too Much Love Will Kill You- 1988 (Miracle session)
You Don't Fool Me- 1991
A Winter's Tale- 1991, last song written by Freddie

Let Me Live... It was a session with Jeff Beck and Rod Stewart in 1983 in LA. Yet Greg asked on QOL about it said it was Hot Space session... Does he really know what he's doing...?

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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 06:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

...and the roots of You Don't Fool Me are in Hot Space session, but song was recorded in 1991.

Probably Queen's early demo of HFE also exists and if so it was was recorded in 1986 for AKOM.

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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 07:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

If i get this right, there was three tracks recorded for the MIH album in 1991.

-You don`t fool me
-A winter`s tale
-Mother love

Sure that none of the other tracks was rerecored in 1991?

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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 07:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

TheGame wrote:

If i get this right, there was three tracks recorded for the MIH album in 1991.

-You don`t fool me
-A winter`s tale
-Mother love

Sure that none of the other tracks was rerecored in 1991?


Nothing was. Why? Are you able to recognize Freddie's voice from end of 80s/90s to begin of 80s?

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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 07:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

No need to be harsh here, just a simple question. If someone can`t ask a simple question, then go fu*k yourself!

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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 07:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Is it true that Queen had to make this album otherwise something bad would happen (some contract, I don't know)


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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 08:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

boca wrote:

Is it true that Queen had to make this album otherwise something bad would happen (some contract, I don't know)


Bad things did happen... they released GHIII ! :-))


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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 08:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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boca wrote:

Is it true that Queen had to make this album otherwise something bad would happen (some contract, I don't know)


Bad things did happen... they released GHIII ! :-))

And ROCKS

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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 11:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

im sorry for dropping this question in announce section as i am still very new to the site.some of your reactions were a bit much but again sorry for mishap-John


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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 12:26 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Fenderek wrote:

bohemian777 wrote:

boca wrote:

Is it true that Queen had to make this album otherwise something bad would happen (some contract, I don't know)


Bad things did happen... they released GHIII ! :-))

And ROCKS


but rocks isn't so bad. GHIII really, really sucks.

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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 12:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

You Don't Fool Me isn't from Hot Space, or wasn't written for Hot Space


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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 12:45 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

That's right. Freddie's got that '90s voice in the song, so it must be written in 1990/1991.


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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 12:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

For the guys who can hardly read - again, take number two:

"...and the roots of You Don't Fool Me are in Hot Space session, but song was recorded in 1991."

From another source:
"You Don't Fool Me (Demo version)
Roots of this song come from this [Hot Space] era, but the song itself was released on Made In Heaven album."

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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 12:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Rick wrote:

That's right. Freddie's got that '90s voice in the song, so it must be written in 1990/1991.


So it possibly COULD have been written in the 80s and sung in the early 90s then... ;-)


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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 15:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I sure hope all of us can recognize Freddies voice being different as each album after The Game was recorded.During Innuendo and obviously in few tracks for MIH he needed some echo and was not sticking hi notes as he once did.Thats why i posed this question because he voice in To much love and this could be heaven was booming like his voice was in songs used from Mr Bad Guy.Thanks for awesome response


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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 15:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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I sure hope all of us can recognize Freddies voice being different as each album after The Game was recorded.During Innuendo and obviously in few tracks for MIH he needed some echo and was not sticking hi notes as he once did.Thats why i posed this question because he voice in To much love and this could be heaven was booming like his voice was in songs used from Mr Bad Guy.Thanks for awesome response

Can`t say i agree with the high notes issue.

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Posted: 03 Jun 05, 16:28 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Heaven for Everyone was written for the "AKOM" album and was obviously not used. Roger then offered the song to Joan Armatrading which was turned down so he went on to use it on the Shove It album.