Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Baktabak Interview, Vol. 1: Freddie Mercury
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Forty Minutes of Heaven!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is such a great treat for Queen fans. Although you can't see Freddie, you still get to hear his wonderful opinions on Queen's music and performances. This takes place in about 1977, deep into when Queen had become rock legends. Freddie kept it very professional and played the role very well. My favorite parts were when he talked about "The Marx Brothers" being connected with the "A Night At the Opera" and "A Day At the Races" albums. There was a funny part when he tried to remember the George Formby number "Good Company" and he had completely forgotten what it was called. He never got around to remembering it either! I also liked hearing him talk about his image. It's so interesting to hear it from his own point of view. I always wonder what the Queen members felt about their music etc... This really gives you the answers you crave. You can listen to it more then once and still feel like it's brand new. I've had this for quite some time and still listen to it with excitement! You should really consider buying this interview cd, it's a brilliant piece of Queen history!"
Freddie Is Interviewed 1977
Louise Binion | Winton, CA | 06/08/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The interviewer is pretty difficult to hear. But Freddie, glorious Freddie comes in loud and clear Listening everyday to this interview daily has become a must.
As you listen you will come to realize just how real & genuine he truly is. Not only do I love hearing him speak, his laugh obviously made in heaven. Careful because with this CD you may need rehab. Swear to God Freddie does't not put anyone lower than he, and you will sense that when you buy this CD"