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Posted: 21 May 06, 16:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Please excuse my ignorance, as I do know that Freddie and Brian sang backup on "Man From Manhattan," but what was their involvement with Eddie Howell's "Hallowed Ground" and "Drink Her Away"? Also, what year were these tracks produced?

Thanks for any information you can provide!

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Posted: 21 May 06, 17:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

None.


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Posted: 21 May 06, 19:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

So putting it on a Queen compilation if they had "no" involvement wouldn't make a whole lot of sense to me. Perhaps they had input on the recording of the song?

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Posted: 21 May 06, 22:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Far as I know those two tracks were recorded far after Freddie & Brian's session with him. They certainly sound that way. Not that I know alot about Eddie Howell. I think they were included on the CD to give the impression that our boys were involved, which is a cheap scam often done by record labels... kind of like remixes, actually :)


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Posted: 22 May 06, 15:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

RedSpecial1979 wrote:

Far as I know those two tracks were recorded far after Freddie & Brian's session with him. They certainly sound that way. Not that I know alot about Eddie Howell. I think they were included on the CD to give the impression that our boys were involved, which is a cheap scam often done by record labels... kind of like remixes, actually :)


Thanks for the input on that...you're probably correct...