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Posted: 02 Jun 06, 20:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Okay, if you can sure some things you noticed in Queen songs. Like for example, in "You're my best Friend" when the guitar solo winds down right after "I'm Happy, happy at home" Freddie chuckles just a lil bit before singing "You're my Best Friend". I noticed that a few months back on the greatest video hits dvd. I don't know if you can only hear it in that mix, I would imagine you can hear it good in the 5.1 mix. I don't have a 5.1 set up and heard it in the standard mix just fine.

Or another example the subtle bass at the beginnin of "Let me Live" right after the "3, 4" from Innuendo when the session singers open. I love John Deacon's genius on the bass so that drove me wild.

(In case you haven't noticed this post is for obsessed Queen fanatics. That is all.)

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Posted: 02 Jun 06, 21:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"Or another example the subtle bass at the beginnin of "Let me Live" right after the "3, 4" from Innuendo when the session singers open. I love John Deacon's genius on the bass so that drove me wild."

It's not from Innuendo...

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Posted: 03 Jun 06, 12:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Adam Baboolal wrote:

"Or another example the subtle bass at the beginnin of "Let me Live" right after the "3, 4" from Innuendo when the session singers open. I love John Deacon's genius on the bass so that drove me wild."

It's not from Innuendo...

Peace,
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I could've sworn it was from Innuendo. It sounded very similar lol which isn't that much evidence considering it's the same person speaking "3, 4".

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Posted: 03 Jun 06, 14:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

kdj2hot wrote:

Okay, if you can sure some things you noticed in Queen songs. Like for example, in "You're my best Friend" when the guitar solo winds down right after "I'm Happy, happy at home" Freddie chuckles just a lil bit before singing "You're my Best Friend". I noticed that a few months back on the greatest video hits dvd. I don't know if you can only hear it in that mix, I would imagine you can hear it good in the 5.1 mix. I don't have a 5.1 set up and heard it in the standard mix just fine.

Or another example the subtle bass at the beginnin of "Let me Live" right after the "3, 4" from Innuendo when the session singers open. I love John Deacon's genius on the bass so that drove me wild.

(In case you haven't noticed this post is for obsessed Queen fanatics. That is all.)


Thanks KDJ2HOT!

Have you ever noticed the slight echo in ITS LATE in the opening verse??? its very faint, but i noticed it a while ago... i j/ thought i was over compulsive about that sort of thing...
Theres a few other things too, but i cant remember them right now...

and John is a FAB bass player!




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Posted: 04 Jun 06, 00:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

DreaminQueen wrote:

kdj2hot wrote:

Okay, if you can sure some things you noticed in Queen songs. Like for example, in "You're my best Friend" when the guitar solo winds down right after "I'm Happy, happy at home" Freddie chuckles just a lil bit before singing "You're my Best Friend". I noticed that a few months back on the greatest video hits dvd. I don't know if you can only hear it in that mix, I would imagine you can hear it good in the 5.1 mix. I don't have a 5.1 set up and heard it in the standard mix just fine.

Or another example the subtle bass at the beginnin of "Let me Live" right after the "3, 4" from Innuendo when the session singers open. I love John Deacon's genius on the bass so that drove me wild.

(In case you haven't noticed this post is for obsessed Queen fanatics. That is all.)


Thanks KDJ2HOT!

Have you ever noticed the slight echo in ITS LATE in the opening verse??? its very faint, but i noticed it a while ago... i j/ thought i was over compulsive about that sort of thing...
Theres a few other things too, but i cant remember them right now...

and John is a FAB bass player!





Thanks, dude, I'm gonna try to listen for that on it's late. Something to do when I'm bored.