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Posted: 29 Jul 06, 08:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Who sung it, Roger, Paul or Brian. I hope it was Roger...

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Posted: 29 Jul 06, 09:19 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Brian and Paul.


John: "It's the one thing I wish I could do - sing."

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Posted: 29 Jul 06, 10:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Shit. Thanks for the reply. Just that I found a video from 82 and you could hear Roger's vocals well and he sung it so nicely.

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Posted: 29 Jul 06, 11:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Scream_for_reality wrote:

WhatMustHeThink wrote:

Shit. Thanks for the reply. Just that I found a video from 82 and you could hear Roger's vocals well and he sung it so nicely.


that video is also officially available on Queen On Fire DVD disc 2


Yah, I know, thanx though. Argh, I wish Roger sung more on this tour. His backing vocals always kicked ass.

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Posted: 29 Jul 06, 13:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Actually they ALL sing it on the 'Super Live' show from Japan '05. Brian starts it off nicely, Roger just does background I think.. and for the big, heavy "when I'm gone..." part, Paul comes in with this freaky voice that sounds nothing like himself to me ;)

On the other hand, Roger does do part of I Was Born to Love You by himself.. which seems a little weak.. I think Brian handled it better and shoulda done the whole thing :)

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Posted: 29 Jul 06, 13:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Absolutely Brian...


The show must go on!!!
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Posted: 29 Jul 06, 13:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Actually they ALL sing it on the 'Super Live' show from Japan '05. Brian starts it off nicely, Roger just does background I think.. and for the big, heavy "when I'm gone..." part, Paul comes in with this freaky voice that sounds nothing like himself to me ;)

On the other hand, Roger does do part of I Was Born to Love You by himself.. which seems a little weak.. I think Brian handled it better and shoulda done the whole thing :)


Oh, but I loved Roger on IWBTLY! I guess it all goes with taste.

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Posted: 29 Jul 06, 17:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

WhatMustHeThink wrote:

Mikahl wrote:

Actually they ALL sing it on the 'Super Live' show from Japan '05. Brian starts it off nicely, Roger just does background I think.. and for the big, heavy "when I'm gone..." part, Paul comes in with this freaky voice that sounds nothing like himself to me ;)

On the other hand, Roger does do part of I Was Born to Love You by himself.. which seems a little weak.. I think Brian handled it better and shoulda done the whole thing :)


Oh, but I loved Roger on IWBTLY! I guess it all goes with taste.


Mostly depends on taste indeed, i like them both singing IWBTLY. Brian is much closer to the original, but Roger did it far more emotional :)

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Posted: 29 Jul 06, 22:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Roger seemed to learn Teo Torriate lyrics perfectly. Roger sang Japanese chorus.
Roger did not speak Japanese by a tour in conventional Japan. However, Roger talked arigato=thank you.
Paul Rodgers and Brian Japanese are nice!

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Posted: 30 Jul 06, 13:40 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

goliath_chan wrote:

Roger seemed to learn Teo Torriate lyrics perfectly. Roger sang Japanese chorus.
Roger did not speak Japanese by a tour in conventional Japan. However, Roger talked arigato=thank you.
Paul Rodgers and Brian Japanese are nice!


But we all know that Freddie had the best Japanese :P

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Posted: 30 Jul 06, 18:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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goliath_chan wrote:

Roger seemed to learn Teo Torriate lyrics perfectly. Roger sang Japanese chorus.
Roger did not speak Japanese by a tour in conventional Japan. However, Roger talked arigato=thank you.
Paul Rodgers and Brian Japanese are nice!


But we all know that Freddie had the best Japanese :P


Absolutely!!

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Posted: 30 Jul 06, 18:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

goliath_chan wrote:

WhatMustHeThink wrote:

goliath_chan wrote:

Roger seemed to learn Teo Torriate lyrics perfectly. Roger sang Japanese chorus.
Roger did not speak Japanese by a tour in conventional Japan. However, Roger talked arigato=thank you.
Paul Rodgers and Brian Japanese are nice!


But we all know that Freddie had the best Japanese :P


Absolutely!!


I was a tiny bit scared the first time I heard him speaking japanese, I was like "ahh, evil voice!!"