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Posted: 06 Aug 05, 13:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hey guys. I was checking out sebastian's website and it says that Brian plays a piano part to Now Im Here...I dont rember a piano part. Does anybody else know if there is one?


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Posted: 06 Aug 05, 14:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

http://www.pemcom.demon.co.uk/queen/philipp/imhere.html

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Posted: 06 Aug 05, 16:01 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The piano appears during the solo. It's just supporting the lead guitar. Live versions before Hot Space didn't have keyboards.


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Posted: 06 Aug 05, 18:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

oh ok. Thanks for the info guys.


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Posted: 17 Aug 05, 19:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Piano part comes in around 2mins 15 seconds into the song. At the "Don't I love him So" section.

The piano chords are played over 2 bars (& repeated) and are simply ;

B (3½ beats); E (2 beats) ; A (2 beats) ; ½ beat rest.

Piano stops then at "What ever comes of you and me" and does not occur again.

Note the B chord above is actually played , alternated as B and then E/B (in a guitar boogie-woogie style) with the dominant B note at the higher end of the chord for all 3 chords.


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