Caption this 😁 . This is one of my absolute favorite Frian photos and I just ADORE Freddie's face and his "what the f*** he's doing with that guitar?" attitude 😂🔥😍 . I could caption this in a million different ways cause it just beckons to me ...but instead I'm gonna leave it to you to have fun with it...CAPTION 😎 . Please follow me: -@queen_0.09
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This is one of my favorite Froger photos...there's something very candid and intimate about it that makes you wonder what they were so deep in thought about... . There's also something in Freddie's face and his far off look that makes me miss him infinitely with every cell in my body 😩❤ . 📷 Freddie & Roger in 1986 by @nealprestonphoto . Please follow me: -@queen_0.06
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Timelapse from the video booth of Queen + @adamlambert full show in Las Vegas, 24th June 2017 (by 'THE' Steve Price) • Please follow me: -@queen_0.02
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💥You're My Best Friend💥 . On May 18th 1976, exactly 42 years ago today, Queen released "You're My Best Friend" as a single from A Night at the Opera album. . ✨Written by John Deacon, the song is for his wife Veronica Tetzlaff who has been the mother of his six children and his best friend for "such a long time." . ✨Deacon wrote the song on a Wurlitzer electric piano while playing additional bass guitar work. The characteristic "bark" of the Wurlitzer's bass notes plays a prominent role in the song. During live performances, the band used a grand piano rather than an electric, and it would be played by Freddie Mercury, while Deacon played the bass guitar just like in the original recording. . ✨The music video, directed by Bruce Gowers, shows the band in a huge ballroom surrounded by over one thousand candles, including a huge chandelier hung from the ceiling. The video was filmed in April 1976 at Elstree Studios, London. Additionally, Deacon is seen playing a grand piano rather than the Wurlitzer he used on the recording. . ✨Here's John & Freddie's comments on the song composition: . John Deacon: "Well, Freddie didn't like the electric piano, so I took it home and I started to learn on the electric piano and basically that's the song that came out you know when I was learning to play piano. It was written on that instrument and it sounds best on that. You know, often on the instrument that you wrote the song on.” . Freddie Mercury: “I refused to play the damn thing [the Wurlitzer]. It's tinny and horrible and I don't like them. Why play those things when you've got a lovely superb grand piano? No, I think, basically what he [John] is trying to say is it was the desired effect." . 👉P.S. Freddie's sweet voice and his hand position on that mic just melts me ❤😩🔥 . Please follow me: -@queen_0.007
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It's A Hard Life - video shoot, 1984. Photo by Simon Fowler • Please follow me: -@queen_0.04
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‪Innuendo has been listed at No.31 of ‘The Real 100 Greatest Albums Of The 90s’ by @ClassicRockMag - “Lavish, lush and thick with pomp and guitar.”‬ Please follow me: -@queen_0.00
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@thisismetropolis, 1990. Photo by Simon Fowler • Please follow me: -@queen_0.05
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"I might have all the problems in the world, but I have Mary and that gets me through. She only lives about two minutes from me. I still see her every day and I am as fond of her as I have ever been. I'll love her until I draw my last breath. We'll probably grow old together." -Freddie Mercury . 👉P.S. I've said it before and I say it again now. There is a love beyond all sexual and physical preferences and boundaries, a love that "bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things." Some call it everlasting friendship, some call it platonic relationship, some call it the greatest bond, but I call it TRUE LOVE. The truest love I will ever know and a love that many of us will never find in a lifetime. And I'm so glad Freddie got to have that with Mary. . 📷 Freddie & Mary at Freddie's 39th birthday party in Munich 1985 . Please follow me: -@queen_0.09
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