Added on 12-Sep-2005
BoRhap #5 List For 50 Greatest British Tracks Of All Time October 2005 ''Q Magazine''Queen's legendary ''Bohemian Rhapsody'' made the list and at the Number #5 position at that!, in the article, ''National Anthems-From ''Help! I Need Somebody'' to ''Dry Your Eyes Mate'', These Are The 50 Greatest British Tracks Of All Time'' in the October 2005 issue of ''Q Magazine.''
Page 82 GREAT color photo of Queen circa 1975 posed next to a phone booth. Caption: ''Queen: how they celebrated the arrival of the mobile phone.''
''Number #5, ''Bohemian Rhapsody-Queen''
''The middle section got longer and longer and longer'', recalled Freddie Mercury. ''We were all in hysterics.'' Indeed, in October 1975, Queen were only moderately successful and their record company were appalled at the intention to release this six minute opera/ballad/glam rock, tour de force as a single. Little did they know how much Britain loves camp and pomp. Three weeks to record; a lifetime in the history books.''
''Know It All: It's the only single ever to reach Number #1 twice in the same version.''
''Get it: ''A Night At The Opera'' (Parlophone, 1975)''