I mean with a thoroughly healthy Freddie, of course.
YOU are the production manager!
I'm going slightly mad
I can't live with you
Don't try so hard
Ride the wild wind
All God's people
These are the days of our lives
The show must go on
Would the show must go on replace the usual we are the champions finale?
What would Freddie be wearing?
What "old" Queen songs would you add?
I don't think die-hard rock and roll fans would like these songs in concert unless it was in a small venue/theater, although I think dedicated Queen fans would. Headlong is really the only R'nR song, although who says Queen has to be R'nR? Freddie could wear a tie and lie in a horizontal box for the hoop diddy part, or better yet, just lie on the stage during the "hoop..."
It would be a hoot to see/hear Roger meowing in Delilah. Freddie could have all of his cats on stage and have catnip in his cat vest pockets to keep them close by. Peter Freestone would manage the kitty litter box.
I'm going slightly mad would have to be done with stuffed penguins (less poopy) and plastic bananas (less heavy.) Freddie could sit on a gorilla's lap, and the gorilla could lose his head and run off stage. Roger could ride his trike and wear his steaming kettle hat, and John could wear his joker's hat. Brian could wear his penguin beak.
Ride the wild wind is so intense, I would probably have a cardiac arrest hearing it live. I would have a lot of swirling, flashing, blinking lights increasing in intensity and size and speed until you thought your head and heart were going to burst. That low, gravelly Freddie voice - Geez!
Innuendo with that guitar Flamenco solo would have to have a lot of red and some white stage lights. Freddie could learn to do the Flamenco.
For some of the softer songs, I can see Freddie sitting on a stool on the stage similar to Live Aid, kind of in a crooning, Tony Bennett style.
What song(s) would be done with Freddie at the piano through the whole song(s)?
Now it's your turn.
Yes, it was a worthwhile experience.