I just finished watching the legendary 1976 Hyde Park concert for the first time, and I admit to losing a tear down my cheek during the medley, at the end of Bohemian Rhapsody. Was that the first time the crowd had ever taken over and sung the final line for Freddie? His reaction was touching and priceless, and the shock and joy on his face as he motioned for them to keep coming, then his extremely subdued, quiet, and emotional "Thank you, you're beautiful," seemed as if he was practically crying himself.
When people ask me why I download so many of Queen's concerts, I used to show them a few clips from the Hammersmith Odeon 1975 concert, mostly from Ogre Battle when Freddie is "commanding" the pyrotechnics. Now, I will undoubtedly show them the Hyde Park medley, from the beginning of You're My Best Friend clear on through to the end of Bring Back that Leroy Brown, and if they don't instantly get it upon seeing the end of BoRhap, then they'll just never understand.
"Do you think I should keep this mustache? Did you say no? F--- off."