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Sat Jul 4, 2020, 09:47 AM

QUEEN fans....THE SHOW MUST GO ON.......WOW!!!!!!

Just watched an amazing Music Documentary on Netflix that gives every Queen fan the goosebumps just watching Brian May play with the vigor of a man in his 20's on his 50 year-old Red Special and Roger Taylor the energy he has always had on drums. Adam Lambert is truly amazing in his own right, belting out the songs the iconic legend Freddie Mercury did . There will always be only one Freddie Mercury.

The success of the Oscar winning film, BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY has given the music of Queen a whole new audience. This is music that has rocked me since the beginning and will until I die. I jogged to "Don't Stop Me Now" due to its brisk pace.

This documentary does not disappoint. I still regret not seeing Queen in concert back in the 1980's when Freddie was still alive, and could not get tickets for a concert last year. This gives me that fix. You will find yourself singing along and wanting more.

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Reply QUEEN fans....THE SHOW MUST GO ON.......WOW!!!!!! (Original post)
ProudMNDemocrat Jul 4 OP
hlthe2b Jul 4 #1
ProudMNDemocrat Jul 4 #2
TubbersUK Jul 4 #3
ProudMNDemocrat Jul 4 #4
TubbersUK Jul 4 #5

Response to ProudMNDemocrat (Original post)

Sat Jul 4, 2020, 09:55 AM

1. My favorite performance was on LiveAid 1985, available on DVD and youtube

Freddie Mercury was electric.

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Response to hlthe2b (Reply #1)

Sat Jul 4, 2020, 10:06 AM

2. I have seen it many times as well.

The performance that brought Queen back and kept them on top .

I still miss Freddie. He died 4 days before my Grandfather did. Freddie on a Sunday, my Grandpa on Thanksgiving Thursday 1991. The biography of Freddie called SOMEBODY TO LOVE, was heartbreaking. To think after 50, the music of Queen still rocks.

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Response to ProudMNDemocrat (Original post)

Sat Jul 4, 2020, 10:27 AM

3. Saw Queen with Adam Lambert in Nottingham a few years ago - it was a fantastic gig

That catalogue, performed in all its glory again

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Response to TubbersUK (Reply #3)

Sat Jul 4, 2020, 10:52 AM

4. I adored Freddie...And lucky you....

I have been a Queen fan since the very beginning. I have several albums as well. When I go for my long walks, I have Queen blasting in my ear buds. A good read is the Freddie Mercury biography...SOMEBODY TO LOVE.

My one regret is not seeing Queen in concert in the 1980's when Freddie was still alive. There will be only one Freddie, but Adam Lambert holds his own.

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Sat Jul 4, 2020, 11:23 AM

5. Freddie's mum and sister were at the Nottingham gig - their arrival in the crowd was a moment n/t

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