Friday, February 11, 2011

QUEEN A Night At The Opera

Queen is a rock group from the United Kingdom that debuted in the 70s to 90-an.Embryo Queen came in 1968 when two students of Imperial College London's Brian May and Tim Staffell want the band.
They then advertise on school bulletin boards, that are looking for a drummer with a style like Ginger Baker. These ads attract the attention of young man named Roger Meddows Taylor for an audition and got away.
This group is then given the name of SMILE.
Year 1970 Tim Staffel SMILE deserted and joined the group "Humpy Bong".Frederick Bulsara college friend Tim Staffel at Ealing College of Art and then joined, this is the story about the Queen began.

Frederick Bulsara changed his name to Freddie Mercury, and the band's name changed to Queen. For Queen bass player used to date bass player John Deacon scraped in on February 1971, officially became a member of the 4th Queen. The band has performed tirelessly in a small stage for their close friends, until they can be an opportunity to try a new recording studio called "De Lane Lea." Here the Queen recorded a demo tapes and signed a contract with Trident in 1972, and paid £ 60 per week. They were from the beginning till the end never experienced personnel changes, with four members John Deacon, Brian May, Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor. Queen was a vacuum in the early 1990s when Freddie Mercury died of AIDS. Even so, they still managed to release a new album, which is Made In Heaven in 1995 by using a prerecorded voice Mercury. They also had issued a new single, No-One But You (Only The Good Die Young) in 1998. In this single, guitarist Brian May act as lead singer for Queen vocalist not get fixed. Previously, the Queen had entered Queen + project.

This project is a project where the Queen collaborate with other artists such as George Michael, Elton John, Luciano Pavarotti, and so forth. Queen + ... 've seen since the holding of Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert in memory of Freddie Mercury in 1992. Only, Queen + ... just sing their old songs that became hits, such as Somebody to Love, Too Much Love Will Kill You, and so forth. Following release of singles No-One But You (Only The Good Die Young), bassist John Deacon decided to end the togetherness with the Queen. In 2004, the Queen found a new vocalist, that is Paul Rodgers. They had held a show in Hyde Park, Sheffield, England.

Quinn started work preparing for their first album recorded under the supervision of Roy Thomas Baker and John Anthony (staff engineer at Trident Studios). The group never changing of personnel during their active period is eventually must end their success with the death of Freddie Mercury late 1991. Time personnel decided that the Queen would not be seeking a replacement vocalist again, which means that the Queen was over. Although rumors had circulated that they will join again with vocalist Paul Rodgers in place of Freddie, but it seems this rumor has not been proven until now.

Last Formation Queen recorded only the name of Brian May and Roger Taylor have since John Deacon decided to retire from the music world. Queen several times performing live with the name of Queen + Paul Rodgers although never released studio albums so far.


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