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Throw back – Freddie Mercury

24th November, 2015 – Way back on the same day 1991, the world mourned the death of the most flamboyant Rock star Freddie Mercury.  It’s his 24th Death Anniversary today and since 1992 this day is always been a tribute to him all over the world.

He knew those were the last days of his life, Freddie insisted his band members to write him more songs so he could do it before he goes forever leaving behind his voice to the world who loved him.

The show must go on was one of his last songs he sang, which was released on 14th Oct, 1991. Just 6 weeks before he died of HIV/AIDS. Written mainly by Brian May, Stated Freddie as he was ill, if it would be possible for him to sing. Freddie said I’ll do it Darling after a Vodka Shot. The output of the song was simply shocking. Freddy Mercury was considered a god among singers, and he had an amazing near 5 octave range, (which apparently kept increasing with the years passing), but what was most impressive was his ability to jump from one end to the other effortlessly, without having a strain on his voice.

Today it’s been 24 Years he is gone, but his songs still live in the hearts of the people alive today. I would give the top ten songs of Freddie Mercury I personally am in love with. I’m sure you would love them if not by listening once, then certainly by listening to it multiple times and connecting your life with it.

Here goes the Rock star Songs You must listen.

  1.  "Bohemian Rhapsody" (from A Night at the Opera, 1975)
  2. "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" (from The Game, 1980)
  3. "We Will Rock You" (from News of the World, 1977)
  4. “Who wants to live forever” (from A Kind of Magic, 1986)
  5. “The show must go on” (from Innuendo, 1991)
  6. “Living on my own” (from Mr. Bad Guy, 1985)
  7. “Too much love will kill you” (from Made in Heaven, 1995) – Recorded before his death, released after his death as a tribute
  8. "Killer Queen" (from Sheer Heart Attack, 1974)
  9. "Another One Bites the Dust" (from The Game, 1980)
  10. "Don't Stop Me Now" (from Jazz, 1978)

I would list down more songs after I know how you all like the songs.

Freddie may be long gone, but his voice is in the universe forever. We miss you Freddie, if you get a chance come back to earth you are badly missed by your Fans.



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