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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 11:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

hey, i know, that the songs on the album are mostly recorded earlyer as let me live, made in heaven and so, but does anyone know which songs did they recorded in 1991 with A Winters tale and Mother Love, was there any other song or only these two? thanks :)

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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 12:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

They would have had to record all of the Freddie singing songs before or in '91 because that was the year he died :(
I think it's a Beautiful Day was recorded in 1991.


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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 12:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

yes i know when did he died :) but like a winters tale is recorded few weeks before his death, same was with mother love and i just thought that when were other songs, that we hear on the album recorded.

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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 12:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<font color=teal><b>Cookies! wrote:

They would have had to record all of the Freddie singing songs before or in '91 because that was the year he died :(
I think it's a Beautiful Day was recorded in 1991.


actually beautiful day is a discarded freddie solo track from '83

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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 12:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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<font color=teal><b>Cookies! wrote:

They would have had to record all of the Freddie singing songs before or in '91 because that was the year he died :(
I think it's a Beautiful Day was recorded in 1991.


actually beautiful day is a discarded freddie solo track from '83

Oh. :/ man was I wrong...


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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 12:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

You Don't Fool Me came from the 90s too.

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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 12:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

hey serry, i have heard that the song was writen much more earlyer but freddie sang it in 90s ? :)

oh and one question more, too much love will kill you has many demos, but did freddie sang the full album version in 91 or was it allready complete in 88/89? :) thanks

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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 12:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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hey serry, i have heard that the song was writen much more earlyer but freddie sang it in 90s ? :)

oh and one question more, too much love will kill you has many demos, but did freddie sang the full album version in 91 or was it allready complete in 88/89? :) thanks


Some say You Don't Fool Me originated in the early 1980s during the Hot Space area, but I don't believe this has ever been confirmed. Certainly Freddie's vocals or from the 1990s.

Freddie sang TMLWKY during the Miracle sessions, so that must have been 1988/1989.


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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 13:19 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The only post-innuendo songs on MIH are "Mother Love" "A Winters Tale" and "You Dont Fool Me"


I got this off of wikipedia, and you can tell his vocals were from 1991.

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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 13:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote


It's a Beautiful day is actually from sessions of 1979/80. And certainly Freddie's voice sound very much like this era.

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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 13:39 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I really want the version if its a beautiful day played at the Q+PR tour.

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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 14:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Its a Beautiful Day its from the earlier 80`s, some people says its from 1983
and YDFM its from the 90`s...


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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 14:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Too Much Love Will Kill You was recorded in Spring of 1988.

Info about the idea of YDFM came from Hot Space sessions came from someone who incorrectly read the GH3 sleeve.

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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 14:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Let Me Live was recorded in 1983 originally in 1983...A Winter's Tale and You Don't fool Me were recorded in early '91...Mother Love was recorded in Sept.'91, A Beautiful Day in '80, Heaven For Everyone in '87 or '88, My life Has Been Saved was in '88 or '89, and the rest are Freddie songs from Mr. Bad Guy, that Queen just re-worked.


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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 15:00 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

chefman5150 wrote:

Let Me Live was recorded in 1983 originally in 1983...A Winter's Tale and You Don't fool Me were recorded in early '91...Mother Love was recorded in Sept.'91, A Beautiful Day in '80, Heaven For Everyone in '87 or '88, My life Has Been Saved was in '88 or '89, and the rest are Freddie songs from Mr. Bad Guy, that Queen just re-worked.


a winters tale was last freddies vocals ever. mother love was last song freddie wrote so a winters tale could have not been early 91.

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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 16:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

What was Peter Freestone reffering to on the Kind Of Magic show when he said Freddie was creating a month before he died?


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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 18:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Going Back wrote:

chefman5150 wrote:

Let Me Live was recorded in 1983 originally in 1983...A Winter's Tale and You Don't fool Me were recorded in early '91...Mother Love was recorded in Sept.'91, A Beautiful Day in '80, Heaven For Everyone in '87 or '88, My life Has Been Saved was in '88 or '89, and the rest are Freddie songs from Mr. Bad Guy, that Queen just re-worked.


a winters tale was last freddies vocals ever. mother love was last song freddie wrote so a winters tale could have not been early 91.



I guess you´re wrong about that... "A Winter´s Tale" was the last song Freddie ever wrote... but "Mother Love" was the last one to be recorded... it is said that the last verses in "Mother Love" were sung by Brian because Freddie couldn´t record anymore...

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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 18:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

No, Mother Love was Freddies last ever vocal, hence why Brian had to finish the song.

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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 18:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Supposedly Too Much Love Will Kill You was supposed to be on "The Miracle", but Freddie said the track was too weak...correct me if I'm wrong...


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Posted: 17 Sep 06, 19:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

According to David Richards, Fred's last vocal recording was Winter's Tale's last verse, but there was nobody else in the studio so I personally think that's why Brian thought 'Mother Love' had been the last one: he missed the post-ML sessions.

'Too Much Love' wasn't considered weak. On the contrary, Freddie loved it. The reason they couldn't release it in 'Miracle' was simply due to somple problems with the publishing rights (since the lyrics aren't Brian's).

'You Don't Fool Me' "harks-back" to the 'Hot Space' era but it's from 1991, in the same way that we can say 'Seaside Rendezvous' "harks-back" to the 1920s but it doesn't mean Freddie wrote it two decades before he was born.


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