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  • Queen / Roger Daltrey / Tony Iommi - I Want It All 1992 Live

    6:43

    Queen - I Want it All (Album The Miracle 1989)
    The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness
    Live at Wembley Stadium 1992 London
    Brian May - Guitar
    John Deacon - Bass
    Roger Taylor - Drums
    Roger Daltrey (The Who) - Vocals
    Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath) - Guitar

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  • I Want It All - Queen + Roger Daltrey + Tony Iommi - Live - Lyrics

    5:26

    I Want It All - Queen + Roger Daltrey + Tony Iommi - Live - Lyrics

    The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness.
    Live at Wembley Stadium 1992 London

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  • Brian May & Tony Iommi Recording Together

    7:45

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    In 1989, artists from Pink Floyd, Queen, Rush, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Yes, Iron Maiden, Free and others joined forces to raise funds for people affected by the Armenian earthquake. Kerrang called it the greatest array of hard rock talent every assembled.

    Organised by Jon Dee, the remake featured David Gilmour, Brian May, Tony Iommi, Ritchie Blackmore, Alex Lifeson and Chris Squire on guitars. On vocals it had Ian Gillan, Bruce Dickinson, Paul Rogers and Bryan Adams. Keith Emerson and Geoff Downes played the keyboards and Roger Taylor played the drums.

    The song was released worldwide - it successfully raised funds to rebuild a children's music school in Gyumri in the Armenian earthquake zone. Today the new school teaches music to 220 children a year!

  • BRIAN MAY - Stone Cold Crazy

    2:31

    Freddie Mercury Tribute, Estadio Wembley, Inglaterra 1992. Queen, Tony Iommi ( Guitarrista principal de Black Sabbath) & James Hetfield (Vocalista Metallica).

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  • BRIAN MAY , TONY IOMMI & ROGER DALTREY - I Want It All

    6:28

    Freddie Mercury Tribute, Estadio Wembley, Inglaterra 1992. Queen, Tony Iommi ( Guitarrista principal de Black Sabbath) & Roger Daltrey (Vocalista The Who).

  • Queen & Slash/Joe Elliott - Tie Your Mother Down

    4:10

    Queen & Slash/Joe Elliott - Tie Your Mother Down (The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert)

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    Net Proceeds from the sale of this release will be paid to the Mercury Phoenix Trust -Fighting AIDS worldwide.

    On April 20th 1992, Roger Taylor, Brian May and John Deacon, the surviving members of Queen, took to the stage at Wembley Stadium for the start of one of the biggest events in rock history, which the band had organised to pay tribute to their former colleague -- the incomparable Freddie Mercury. Queen were joined by some of the greatest musical talent in the world to celebrate Freddie's life and work and to increase public awareness of AIDS, the disease that had prematurely ended his life the previous year. As well as being great entertainment, the concert raised a huge and still growing sum of money for the Mercury Phoenix Trust, a charity formed at the time whose charter is the relief of suffering from AIDS throughout the world. Now for the first time both halves of the concert are being made available on Digital video.

    Special guests include David Bowie, Gary Cherone, Roger Daltrey, Def Leppard, Joe Elliot, Extreme, Bob Geldof, Guns 'n' Roses, James Hetfield, Ian Hunter, Tony Iommi, Elton John, Annie Lennox, Metallica, George Michael, Liza Minnelli, Robert Plant, Mick Ronson, Axl Rose, Seal, Slash, Lisa Stansfield, Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Young & Zucchero.
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  • BRIAN MAY , TONY IOMMI & GARY CHERONE - Hammer to Fall

    4:50

    Freddie Mercury Tribute, Estadio Wembley, Inglaterra 1992. Queen, Tony Iommi ( Guitarrista principal de Black Sabbath) & Gary Cherone (Vocalista de Extreme & Van Halen III ).

  • Queen & James Hetfield/Tony Iommi - Stone Cold Crazy

    2:54

    Queen & James Hetfield/Tony Iommi - Stone Cold Crazy (The Freddie Tribute Concert)

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    Net Proceeds from the sale of this release will be paid to the Mercury Phoenix Trust -Fighting AIDS worldwide.

    On April 20th 1992, Roger Taylor, Brian May and John Deacon, the surviving members of Queen, took to the stage at Wembley Stadium for the start of one of the biggest events in rock history, which the band had organised to pay tribute to their former colleague -- the incomparable Freddie Mercury. Queen were joined by some of the greatest musical talent in the world to celebrate Freddie's life and work and to increase public awareness of AIDS, the disease that had prematurely ended his life the previous year. As well as being great entertainment, the concert raised a huge and still growing sum of money for the Mercury Phoenix Trust, a charity formed at the time whose charter is the relief of suffering from AIDS throughout the world. Now for the first time both halves of the concert are being made available on Digital video.

    Special guests include David Bowie, Gary Cherone, Roger Daltrey, Def Leppard, Joe Elliot, Extreme, Bob Geldof, Guns 'n' Roses, James Hetfield, Ian Hunter, Tony Iommi, Elton John, Annie Lennox, Metallica, George Michael, Liza Minnelli, Robert Plant, Mick Ronson, Axl Rose, Seal, Slash, Lisa Stansfield, Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Young & Zucchero.

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  • Queen Elton John & Tony Iommi - The Show Must Go On 1992 Live

    4:24

    Queen - The Show Must Go On (Album Innuendo 1991)
    The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness
    Live at Wembley Stadium 1992 London
    Brian May - Guitar
    John Deacon - Bass
    Roger Taylor - Drums
    Elton John - Vocals
    Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath) - Guitar

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  • Queen - Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert -

    3:25:14

    The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness was a benefit concert held on Easter Monday, 20 April 1992 at Wembley Stadium in London, England for an audience of 72,000.

    Shows before Queen: 10:07
    Queen Show: 01:43:00


    Songs:

    Pre show:
    00:00 - Interviews
    02:20 - Opening ceremony - Queen
    03:58 - More interviews


    Shows by bands invited by the Queen:

    Metallica:
    10:07 - Metallica: Enter Sandman
    15:38 - Metallica: Sad But True
    21:07 - Metallica: Nothing Else Matters

    Extreme:
    28:00 - Extreme: Mustapha & Bohemian Rhapsody
    29:12 - Extreme: Keep Yourself Alive
    30:53 - Extreme: I Want to Break Free
    32:26 - Extreme: Fat Bottomed Girls & Bycicle Race
    33:30 - Extreme: Another One Bites the Dust & We Will Rock You
    35:42 - Extreme: Stone Cold Crazy
    36:23 - Extreme: Ay-Oh
    37:10 - Extreme: Radio Gaga
    41:18 - Extreme: Love of my life
    45:23 - Extreme: More Than Words

    Def Leppard:
    48:27 - Def Leppard: Animal } These songs are
    53:00 - Def Leppard: Let's Get Rocked } protected by copyright
    59:00 - Def Leppard + Brian May: Now I'm Her

    Bob Geldof:
    01:05:04 - Bob Geldof: Too Late God

    Spinal Trap:
    01:11:32 - Spinal Tap: The Majesty of Rock

    U2:
    01:15:41 - U2: Until the End of the World

    Mango Groove:
    01:21:17 - Mango Groove: Special Star

    Guns N' Roses:
    01:27:50 - Guns N' Roses: Paradise City
    01:34:07 - Guns N' Roses: Knockin on Heaven's Door

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    Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert by Queen:
    01:43:00 - Freddie Mercury: Ay-Oh
    01:44:15 - Queen + Joe Elliot + Slash: Tie your Mother Down
    01:49:08 - Queen + Tony Iommi: Initial riff of Heaven and Hell and Pinball Wizard
    01:50:06 - Queen + Roger Daltrey + Tony Iommi: I Want it all
    01:55:40 - Queen + Zucchero: Las Palabras De Amor
    02:00:37 - Queen + Gary Cherone: Hammer to Fall
    02:05:27 - Queen + James Hetfield + Tony Iommi: Stone Cold Crazy
    02:08:23 - Queen + Robert Plant: Thank you
    02:10:00 - Queen + Robert Plant: Crazy Little Thing Called Love
    02:14:30 - Queen + Spike Edney: Too Much Love Will Kill you
    02:19:08 - Queen + Paul Young: Radio Gaga
    02:26:00 - Queen + Seal: Who Wants to Live Forever
    02:30:21 - Queen + Lisa Stansfield: I Want to Break Free
    02:35:05 - Queen + Annie Lennox + David Bowie: Under Pressure
    02:40:55 - Queen + Mick Ronson + Ian Hunter + David Bowie: All the Young Dudes
    02:45:00 - Queen + Mick Ronson + David Bowie: Heroes
    02:49:30 - Queen + George Michael: '39
    02:52:05 - Queen + George Michael + Lisa Stansfield: These Are the Days of Our Lives
    02:58:24 - Queen + George Michael: Somebody to Love
    03:03:33 - Queen + Elton John + Axl Rose: Bohemian Rhapsody
    03:09:37 - Queen + Elton John + Tony Iommi: The Show Must Go on
    03:14:08 - Queen + Axl Rose: We Will Rock You
    03:17:50 - Queen + Lisa Minelli + Cast: We Are the Champions
    03:24:14 - Queen: God Save the Queen!
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  • Queen - The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert ~Trailer

    1:57

    Queen - The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert ~Trailer

    Available Now:

    Net Proceeds from the sale of this release will be paid to the Mercury Phoenix Trust -Fighting AIDS worldwide.

    On April 20th 1992, Roger Taylor, Brian May and John Deacon, the surviving members of Queen, took to the stage at Wembley Stadium for the start of one of the biggest events in rock history, which the band had organised to pay tribute to their former colleague -- the incomparable Freddie Mercury. Queen were joined by some of the greatest musical talent in the world to celebrate Freddie's life and work and to increase public awareness of AIDS, the disease that had prematurely ended his life the previous year. As well as being great entertainment, the concert raised a huge and still growing sum of money for the Mercury Phoenix Trust, a charity formed at the time whose charter is the relief of suffering from AIDS throughout the world. Now for the first time both halves of the concert are being made available on Digital video.

    Special guests include David Bowie, Gary Cherone, Roger Daltrey, Def Leppard, Joe Elliot, Extreme, Bob Geldof, Guns 'n' Roses, James Hetfield, Ian Hunter, Tony Iommi, Elton John, Annie Lennox, Metallica, George Michael, Liza Minnelli, Robert Plant, Mick Ronson, Axl Rose, Seal, Slash, Lisa Stansfield, Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Young & Zucchero.

    TRACKLISTING
    DISC ONE: OPENING ACTS
    1) Intro 2) Brian May / Roger Taylor / John Deacon Introduction 3) Metallica -- Enter Sandman 4) Metallica -- Sad But True 5) Metallica -- Nothing Else Matters 6) Freddie Montage (Insert) 7) Extreme -- Queen Medley 8) Freddie Montage (Insert) 9) Def Leppard & Brian May -- Now I'm Here 10) Queen -- I'm Going Slightly Mad video (Insert) 11) Bob Geldof -- Too Late God 12) Guns 'n' Roses -- Paradise City 13) Guns 'n' Roses -- Knocking On Heavens Door 14) Elizabeth Taylor Speech
    DISC TWO: MAIN QUEEN SET
    1) Joe Elliot, Slash & Queen -- Tie Your Mother Down 2) Roger Daltrey, Tony Iommi & Queen -- I Want It All 3) Zucchero & Queen -- Las Palabras De Amor 4) Gary Cherone, Tony Iommi & Queen -- Hammer To Fall 5) James Hetfield, Tony Iommi & Queen -- Stone Cold Crazy 6) Robert Plant & Queen -- Crazy Little Thing Called Love 7) Brian May -- Too Much Love Will Kill You 8) Paul Young & Queen -- Radio Ga Ga 9) Seal & Queen -- Who Wants To Live Forever 10) Lisa Stansfield & Queen -- I Want To Break Free 11) David Bowie, Annie Lennox & Queen -- Under Pressure 12) Ian Hunter, David Bowie, Mick Ronson & Queen -- All The Young Dudes 13) David Bowie, Mick Ronson & Queen -- Heroes 14) George Michael & Queen -- Year Of '39 15) George Michael, Lisa Stansfield & Queen -- These Are The Days Of Our Lives 16) George Michael, London Gospel Choir & Queen -- Somebody To Love 17) Elton John, Axl Rose & Queen -- Bohemian Rhapsody 18) Elton John, Tony Iommi & Queen -- The Show Must Go On 19) Axl Rose & Queen -- We Will Rock You 20) Liza Minelli & Ensemble -- We Are The Champions

    DISC THREE: BONUS MATERIAL
    1) Rehearsal Footage 2) Documentary 3) Photo Galleries 4) Fact

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  • Brian May Inducts Black Sabbath Into Music Hall of Fame

    9:49

    Black Sabbath was inducted into UK Music Hall Of Fame in 2005. Black Sabbath, inducted by Brian May of Queen, were honoured for their lifetime contributions to music in the United Kingdom. The inductees were selected by a panel of 60 rock journalists and people from the music industry. Together with Sabbath were also inducted musicians and groups as Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan, The Who, The Kinks, Judas Priest and others.

  • Tony Iommi - Goodbye Lament

    4:59

    Goodbye Lament by Tony Iommi with Brian May on guitar and Dave Grohl on vocals. Released on the album 'Iommi' in 2000.



    Lyrics:

    Say a prayer for me
    In my memory
    Have a taste of when all is through

    Damn this place in me
    Damn this destiny
    I will be the one who cries with you
    Go

    Hello misery
    You're the best of me
    Hey, someone got the best of you

    Come and sleep with me
    For infinity
    We'll spend some time and find the rest of you

    Break down, break down
    Real and in your head
    Rain down, rain down
    Innocence is dead

    Goodbye lament
    Goodbye lament
    Goodbye faith
    I swear I will believe

    Pray for me
    Fading memories
    Give me time and I will fade in with you

    Come in and dance with me
    I will always be
    Sleeping behind the eyes that I'm bleeding through

    Break down, break down
    Real and in your head
    Rain down, rain down
    Innocence is dead

    Goodbye lament
    Goodbye lament
    Goodbye faith
    I swear I will believe

    Goodbye lament
    Goodbye lament
    Goodbye faith
    I swear I won't believe

    Break down, break down
    Real and in your head
    Rain down, rain down
    Innocence is dead

    Break down, break down
    Real and in your head
    Rain down, rain down
    Innocence is dead

    Goodbye lament
    Goodbye lament
    Goodbye faith
    I swear I will believe

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    Queen Freddie Mercury Brian May Roger Taylor John Deacon Keep Yourself Alive Queen II Seven Seas of Rhye Sheer Heart Attack Killer Queen Now I'm Here A Night at the Opera Bohemian Rhapsody You're My Best Friend A Day At The Races Somebody To Love Tie Your Mother Down Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy News Of The World We Will Rock You We Are The Champions Spread Your Wings Jazz Bicycle Race Don't Stop Me Now Fat Bottomed Girls Live Killers Love Of My Life The Game Play The Game Save Me Another One Bites The Dust Crazy Little Thing Called Love Flash Gordon Flash The Hero Hot Space Body Language Under Pressure Las Palabras De Amor The Works The Complete Works Radio Ga Ga I Want To Break Free It's A Hard Life Hammer To Fall A Kind Of Magic One Vision Who Wants To Live Forever Friends Will Be Friends The Miracle Breakthru Scandal I Want It All The Invisible Man Innuendo I'm Going Slightly Mad These Are The Days of our Lives The Show Must Go On Headlong Live at Wembley At The Beeb Classic Queen Made In Heaven Heaven for Everyone Mother Love Too Much Love Will Kill You I Was Born To Love You You Don't Fool Me A Winter's Tale Queen + Paul Rodgers Greatest Hits Greatest Hits II Greatest Hits III Queen Rocks Queen Rock Montreal Stone Cold Classics Queen on Fire Live at the Bowl Return of the Champions Larry Lurex The Cross The Eye Ibex Wreckage We Will Rock You The Musical WWRY

  • Roger Daltrey and Robert Plant with The RD Crusaders Full Live Concert

    1:44:19

    Recorded at The Hippodrome London in 2004 with performances by Roger Daltrey , Robert Plant , Greg Lake, Zoot Money , Gary Brooker , Simon Townshend, Russ Ballard , Nick Newall, Allan Rogers , Steve Smith, Margo Buchanan, Steve Balsamo, Nikki Lambourne
    Tracks include:-
    Set one

    1. Knock on wood
    2. I can't explain
    3. Substitute
    4. Start me up/Gimme some lovin'
    5. Honky tonk woman
    6. Lucky man
    7. You don't know like I know
    8. Born to run

    Set 2

    1.Pinball Wizard
    2. The kids are alright
    3. Shakin' all over
    4. Money
    5. Hootchie cootchie man
    6. Mercedes benz
    7. Take another little piece of my heart

    Set three

    1.Behind blue eyes
    2. Stagger Lee
    3. You don't know me
    4. A whiter shade of pale
    5. Stand by me

    Previous years' concert with Gary Moore at Ronnie Scotts is here:

  • James Hetfield, Tony Iommi & Queen - Stone Cold Crazy 92

    2:54

    James Hetfield from Metallica sings Stone Cold Crazy for Queen at the Freddie Mercury tribute concert with Tony Iommi from Black Sabbath on guitar also on 20 April 1992 at London's Wembley Stadium

  • 1989 Rock Aid Armenia Media Launch for Smoke on the Water

    7:02

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    This is a TV report about the 1989 launch of Rock Aid Armenia's version of Smoke on the Water. The song was a top 40 UK hit. The video features interviews with Deep Purple's Ian Gillan, Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi, Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson and project organiser Jon Dee from Rock Aid Armenia.

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    13:44

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  • Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert Rehearsals 19.April 1992

    23:22

    00:56 Def Leppard - Let's Get Rocked(Vocals by Joe Elliott)
    01:34 Metallica - Sad but True(Vocals by James Hetfield)
    00:12 Queen - Radio Ga Ga(Vocals by Paul Young)
    02:09 Queen - Radio Ga Ga(Vocals by Paul Young)
    03:12 Queen - A Kind Of Magic(Vocals By Roger Taylor)
    05:33 Queen - Hammer To Fall(Vocals by Roger Taylor)
    06:14 Queen - Tie Your Mother Down(Vocals by Joe Elliott)
    08:44 Queen - I Want It All(Vocals by Roger Daltrey)
    09:31 Queen - I Want To Break Free(Vocals by Lisa Stansfield)
    09:44 Queen - Under Pressure(Vocals by
    David Bowie and Annie Lennox)
    13:42 Queen - These Are The Days Of Our Lives(Vocals by George Michael and Lisa Stansfield)
    17:08 Queen - Somebody To Love(Vocals by George Michael)
    22:02 Queen - The Show Must Go On(Vocals by Elton John)
    23:18 Queen - We Will Rock You(Vocals by Axel Rose)

    Rare Footage from The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert Rehearsal on 19 April 1992

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    Queen is The Owner

  • WhoCares Ian Gillan & Tony Iommi CD 1 Album Medley

    4:30

    Ian Gillan and Tony Iommi took everybody by surprise in 2011 by releasing a charity single: Out Of My Mind, renewing the collaboration that led the pair recording the Black Sabbath album Born Again in 1984. Click here for the video:

    None other than Jason Newsted (Metallica), Jon Lord, Nicko McBrain (Iron Maiden) and Linde Lindström (HIM) supported the two rock legends. Not only jamming together for the shear fun of things, this new project has united for a cause - rebuilding and helping the music school in Gyumari, Armenia. The single was a joyful and inspired moment. Iommi and Gillan have now decided to make WhoCares an album for their devoted fans. Classic songs and a lot of rarities and unreleased material in 2CDs of fantastic rare music.

    This is much more than a Gillan solo album or a Deep Purple anthology -- this is a real collector's item and must have for every Ian Gillan and Tony Iommi fan.

    The album is set to release on July 13th, 2012

    Find out more on:
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    Watch the second part of the video here:

    CD1
    1. WhoCares Out Of My Mind (first time on an album)
    Featuring Jon Lord, Linde Lindström (HIM), Jason Newsted (Metallica), Nicko McBrain (Iron Maiden)
    2. Black Sababth Zero The Hero
    3. Ian Gillan feat. Iommi, Ian Paice and Roger Glover Trashed
    4. M. Rakintzis feat. Ian Gillan Get Away (first release on a Gillan album, only released in Greece before)
    5. Tony Iommi feat G.Hughes Slip Away (first time on CD)
    6. Gillan Don't Hold Me Back
    7. Ian Gillan She Thinks It's A Crime (vinyl single B-side, first time on CD)
    8. Repo Depo feat. Ian Gillan Easy Come, Easy Go (previously unreleased)
    9. Deep Purple feat.Ronnie James Dio Smoke On The Water (live with the Royal Philaarmonic Orchestra)

    CD2
    1. WhoCares Holy Water (first time on an album)
    Featuring Jon Lord, Linde Lindström (HIM), Jason Newsted (Metallica), Nicko McBrain (Iron Maiden)
    2. Black Sabbath Anno Mundi
    3. Tony Iommi feat. G. Hughes Let it Down Easy (first time on CD)
    4. Ian Gillan Hole in My Vest (7 vinyl single B-side, first time on CD)
    5. Gillan & Glover feat. Dr.John Can't Believe You Wanna Leave me
    6. Ian Gillan & The Javelins Can I Get A Witness
    7. Garth Rockett & The Moonshiners aka IG No Laughing in Heaven (rare track)
    8. Ian Gillan When A Blind Man Cries (Live at Absolute Radio, previously unreleased)
    9. Deep Purple Dick Pimple

    Order the album here:

    Belgium - Fnac


    Bulgaria - SMF


    Denmark -- iMusic/CDon
    IMusic:


    Finland -- Cdon


    France -- Amazon


    Germany -- Amazon


    Netherlands -- BOL


    Norway -- Cdon


    Poland -- Merlin.pl


    Russia -- Soyuz


    Sweden -- Cdon / Ginza
    CDon:


    Switzerland - Exlibris


    UK -- Amazone - Label Ear Musci

  • Queen + Paul Rodgers - The Show Must Go On

    4:00

    A great performance of this classic.

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  • WhoCares Ian Gillan & Tony Iommi CD 2 Album Medley

    4:29

    Ian Gillan and Tony Iommi took everybody by surprise in 2011 by releasing a charity single: Out Of My Mind, renewing the collaboration that led the pair recording the Black Sabbath album Born Again in 1984. Click here for the video:

    None other than Jason Newsted (Metallica), Jon Lord, Nicko McBrain (Iron Maiden) and Linde Lindström (HIM) supported the two rock legends. Not only jamming together for the shear fun of things, this new project has united for a cause - rebuilding and helping the music school in Gyumari, Armenia. The single was a joyful and inspired moment. Iommi and Gillan have now decided to make WhoCares an album for their devoted fans. Classic songs and a lot of rarities and unreleased material in 2CDs of fantastic rare music.

    This is much more than a Gillan solo album or a Deep Purple anthology -- this is a real collector's item and must have for every Ian Gillan and Tony Iommi fan.

    The album is set to release on July 13th, 2012

    Find out more on:
    earMUSIC Facebook:

    Watch the first part of the video here:

    CD1
    1. WhoCares Out Of My Mind (first time on an album)
    Featuring Jon Lord, Linde Lindström (HIM), Jason Newsted (Metallica), Nicko McBrain (Iron Maiden)
    2. Black Sababth Zero The Hero
    3. Ian Gillan feat. Iommi, Ian Paice and Roger Glover Trashed
    4. M. Rakintzis feat. Ian Gillan Get Away (first release on a Gillan album, only released in Greece before)
    5. Tony Iommi feat G.Hughes Slip Away (first time on CD)
    6. Gillan Don't Hold Me Back
    7. Ian Gillan She Thinks It's A Crime (vinyl single B-side, first time on CD)
    8. Repo Depo feat. Ian Gillan Easy Come, Easy Go (previously unreleased)
    9. Deep Purple feat.Ronnie James Dio Smoke On The Water (live with the Royal Philaarmonic Orchestra)

    CD2
    1. WhoCares Holy Water (first time on an album)
    Featuring Jon Lord, Linde Lindström (HIM), Jason Newsted (Metallica), Nicko McBrain (Iron Maiden)
    2. Black Sabbath Anno Mundi
    3. Tony Iommi feat. G. Hughes Let it Down Easy (first time on CD)
    4. Ian Gillan Hole in My Vest (7 vinyl single B-side, first time on CD)
    5. Gillan & Glover feat. Dr.John Can't Believe You Wanna Leave me
    6. Ian Gillan & The Javelins Can I Get A Witness
    7. Garth Rockett & The Moonshiners aka IG No Laughing in Heaven (rare track)
    8. Ian Gillan When A Blind Man Cries (Live at Absolute Radio, previously unreleased)
    9. Deep Purple Dick Pimple

    Order the album here:

    Belgium - Fnac


    Bulgaria - SMF


    Denmark -- iMusic/CDon
    IMusic:


    Finland -- Cdon


    France -- Amazon


    Germany -- Amazon


    Netherlands -- BOL


    Norway -- Cdon


    Poland -- Merlin.pl


    Russia -- Soyuz


    Sweden -- Cdon / Ginza
    CDon:


    Switzerland - Exlibris


    UK -- Amazone - Label Ear Musci

  • Black Sabbath - Die Young - Tony Iommi - Tony Martin Neil Murray - Cozy Powell - Geoff Nichols

    3:37

    - - - Black Sabbath Die Young - Tony Martin - Tony Iommi Neil Murray - Cozy Powell - Geoff Nichols - - Gather the wind
    Though the wind won't help you fly at all
    Your back's to the wall
    Chain the sun
    And it tears away to face you
    As you run, you run, you run!

    Behind a smile
    There's danger and a promise to be told
    You'll never get old
    Life's fantasy
    To be locked away and still to think you're free
    You're free
    We're free!

    So live for today
    Tomorrow never comes
    Die young, die young
    Can't you see the writing in the air?
    Die young, gonna die young
    Someone stopped the fair

    Gather the wind
    Though the wind won't help you fly at all
    Your back's to the wall
    Then chain the sun
    And it tears away to face you
    As you run, you run, you run!

    So live for today
    But tomorrow never comes
    Die young, young
    Die young, die young
    Die young, die young, young
    Die young

  • Ozzy Osbourne - Tony Iommi - Phil Collins - Paranoid (Live Q

    3:56

    god bless the queen

  • Tony Iommi - Flame On

    4:41

    Flame On by Tony Iommi with Brian May on guitar. Released on the album 'Iommi' in 2000.

    I am one
    One that shines
    Yeah, I was born of a scorpions mind
    I am one
    So alive
    Don't try to teach me what your lips can't decide, oh

    I'm the son
    So alive
    A single breath's all I need to get by
    Would you speak of the dirt in my mind
    I'm going to burn till our stars die

    Flame on - I used to bleed like a suicide mother
    Flame on - and now I'm free in this dirty black summer
    Flame on - I wore a tooth in the mouth of my brother
    Flame on - I used to bleed like a suicide mother

    As it is
    All divine
    A diamond sea in the heart of our mind

    All this truth
    Truth it shines
    Don't hesitate for a while it's divine

    Flame on - I used to bleed like a suicide mother
    Flame on - and now I'm free in this dirty black summer
    Flame on - I wore a tooth in the mouth of my brother
    Flame on - I used to bleed like a suicide mother

    Flame on - I used to bleed like a suicide mother
    Flame on - and now I'm free in this dirty black summer
    Flame on - I wore a tooth in the mouth of my brother
    Flame on - I used to bleed like a suicide mother

    Flame on - I used to bleed like a suicide mother
    Flame on - and now I'm free in this dirty black summer
    Flame on - I wore a tooth in the mouth of my brother
    Flame on - I used to bleed like a suicide mother

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    Queen Freddie Mercury Brian May Roger Taylor John Deacon Keep Yourself Alive Queen II Seven Seas of Rhye Sheer Heart Attack Killer Queen Now I'm Here A Night at the Opera Bohemian Rhapsody You're My Best Friend A Day At The Races Somebody To Love Tie Your Mother Down Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy News Of The World We Will Rock You We Are The Champions Spread Your Wings Jazz Bicycle Race Don't Stop Me Now Fat Bottomed Girls Live Killers Love Of My Life The Game Play The Game Save Me Another One Bites The Dust Crazy Little Thing Called Love Flash Gordon Flash The Hero Hot Space Body Language Under Pressure Las Palabras De Amor The Works The Complete Works Radio Ga Ga I Want To Break Free It's A Hard Life Hammer To Fall A Kind Of Magic One Vision Who Wants To Live Forever Friends Will Be Friends The Miracle Breakthru Scandal I Want It All The Invisible Man Innuendo I'm Going Slightly Mad These Are The Days of our Lives The Show Must Go On Headlong Live at Wembley At The Beeb Classic Queen Made In Heaven Heaven for Everyone Mother Love Too Much Love Will Kill You I Was Born To Love You You Don't Fool Me A Winter's Tale Queen + Paul Rodgers Greatest Hits Greatest Hits II Greatest Hits III Queen Rocks Queen Rock Montreal Stone Cold Classics Queen on Fire Live at the Bowl Return of the Champions Larry Lurex The Cross The Eye Ibex Wreckage We Will Rock You The Musical WWRY

  • Heaven & Hell -- Tony Iommi Solo Die Young -- Wacken 2009

    6:47

    -= Zespół =-
    Wokal ...... Ronnie James Dio
    Gitara ...... Toni Iommi
    Bass ...... Geezer Butler
    Bębny ...... Vinnie Appice
    Klawisze ...... Scott Warren

    -= Szczegóły =-
    Trasa ...... The Devil You Know
    Festiwal ...... Wacken 2009
    Location ...... Germany
    Data ...... 30 Czerwiec 2009

  • Tony Iommi - Just Say No To Love feat. Peter Steele - MétaLiqude

    4:28

    Tony Iommi - Just Say No To Love [feat. Peter Steele] (Lyrics) - MétaLiqude

  • Queen & Roger Daltrey/Tony Iommi - Heaven and Hell, Pinball Wizard, I Want It All

    6:43

    The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert koncert rockowy, który odbył się 20 kwietnia 1992 roku na stadionie Wembley w Londynie. Celem imprezy było złożenie hołdu wokaliście grupy Queen, Freddiemu Mercury, który pięć miesięcy wcześniej, 24 listopada 1991 roku, zmarł na AIDS. Pieniądze z koncertu przeznaczono na walkę z AIDS.

  • Toni Iommi on the British television series Rock School along with Gene Simmons of Kiss

    5:27

    Black Sabbath guitarist Toni Iommi's appearance on the English television show Rock school trying to teach the students of teacher and legend Gene Simmons a thing or two

  • Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert Part 2/13

    6:54

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    Queen + Roger Daltrey/Tony Iommi - Heaven and Hell (intro), Pinball Wizard (intro), I Want It All

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  • The Who

    2:41

    A 1975 musical film upon The Who's 1969 rock opera
    from the album Tommy.

  • Roger Daltrey -Best Moments Tommy

    4:59

    A few cuts of the cutest or hottest Roger Daltrey scenes in the movie Tommy.
    Of course there are many more, but I did my best :)
    The music is Without Your Love by Roger from the movie McVicar.

    Enjoy and commend :)

  • Queen I Want It All Extended Version Bass Cover

    4:41

    I Want It All is a song by English rock band Queen, featured on their 1989 thirteenth studio album The Miracle. Written by guitarist and backing vocalist Brian May (but credited to Queen) and produced by David Richards, the song was released as the lead single from the album on 2 May 1989.[1] I Want It All reached number three on both the UK Singles Chart and the American Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, number 50 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number one in other European territories, including Spain, where Los 40 Principales regularly played the song during the month of July 1989.

    The song was first played live on 20 April 1992, three years after its release, during The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, performed by the three remaining members of Queen, with Roger Daltrey singing lead vocals and Tony Iommi playing rhythm guitar. Mercury himself never performed the song live, as he died in November 1991 from AIDS at the age of 45, and his final performance with Queen was at the end of the Magic Tour, in 1986. The song is sung mainly by Mercury, with May singing on the choruses, and the middle eight.

    There are at least two versions of this song. The longer one is the album version, while the shortest one is used in the music video and in the Greatest Hits II compilation. The sample on the top of this article is the beginning from the short version. Compared to the album version, the video version features a different beginning, omitting the acoustic/electric guitar part and the short rhythmic-electric guitar part immediately following. It starts with the band singing the chorus a cappella, and then, after a 1/8 + 2/4 A5 power chord, it picks up on the first electric guitar riff by Brian May that follows the short rhythmic guitar part mentioned before. The guitar solo section is different as well: the album version features an extra solo, done at the same tempo as the rest of the song, just before the faster main solo. Freddie Mercury's vocals after the middle eight are also slightly different and are positioned on the extra solo on the album version, and on the main solo on the video version. Source Wikipedia

    Brian May -- lead guitar, keyboards, vocals
    Roger Taylor -- drums, percussion, vocals
    Freddie Mercury -- lead vocals, piano, rhythm guitar
    John Deacon -- bass guitar


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  • Roger Daltrey with Pete Townshend Baba ORiley Royal Albert Hall Teenage Cancer Trust 2011

    5:54

    Roger Daltrey is joined again on stage by Pete Townshend for a performance of Baba O'Riley, also featuring classical violinist Charlie Siem, Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, 24 March 2011. Listen out for Roger's comments at the end of the video. The concert, which featured a full performance of The Who's Tommy (during which Pete Townshend made his surprise guest appearance performing Acid Queen), was in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. For more information and if you wish to make a donation, please visit their website

    Credit to the Band:

    John Button (Bass)
    Scott Devors (Drums)
    Loren Gold (Keyboards)
    Frank Simes (Lead Guitar/Musical Director)
    Simon Townshend (Guitar)

  • Queen - I Want It All

    4:10

    I Want It All is a song by British rock band Queen, featured on their 1989 studio album The Miracle. Written by guitarist and backing vocalist Brian May (but credited to Queen) and produced by David Richards, it was released as the first single from the album on 2 May 1989. I Want It All reached number three on the UK Singles Chart, the Irish Singles Chart, the New Zealand Singles Chart, and the US Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart. On the Hot 100, the song reached number 50. Elsewhere, it reached number two in the Netherlands, number four in Italy and Norway, and the top 10 in Australia, Germany, and Switzerland.

    The song was first played live on 20 April 1992, three years after its release, during The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, performed by the three remaining members of Queen, with Roger Daltrey singing lead vocals and Tony Iommi playing rhythm guitar. Mercury himself never performed the song live, as he died in November 1991 from AIDS at the age of 45, and his final performance with Queen was at the end of The Magic Tour, at Knebworth Park on 9 August 1986. The song is sung mainly by Mercury, with May singing on the choruses and middle eight.

    There are at least three versions of this song. The longer one is the album version, while the shortest one is used in the music video and in the Greatest Hits II compilation. Compared to the album version, both the single version and video version features a different beginning, omitting the acoustic/electric guitar part and the short rhythmic-electric guitar part immediately following. It starts with the band singing the chorus a cappella, and then, after a 1/8 + 2/4 A5 power chord, it picks up on the first electric guitar riff by May that follows the short rhythmic guitar part mentioned before. The guitar solo section is different as well: the album version features an extra solo, done at the same tempo as the rest of the song, just before the faster main solo. Mercury's vocals after the middle eight are also slightly different and are positioned on the extra solo on the album version, and on the main solo on both the single version and video version. The compilation album Queen Rocks includes a composite version that begins with the a cappella vocals of the single version but then includes the extra guitar solo of the album version.

  • roger daltrey - queen - i want it all

    5:49

  • Queen + Liza Minelli We Are The Champions Live At Wembley .HD

    9:29

    Cantantes que aparecieron:Lisa Stanfield George Micheal Zucchero Roger Daltrey Slash Gary Cherone Seal Ian Hunter y muchos más que no se el nombre
    Concierto Hecho El 20 De Abril De 1992
    En Homenaje Del Músico Freddie Mercury

  • SCOOTER WARD+TONY IOMMI- SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES

    3:51

    ►If you are a collector, check out....






    Scooter Ward and Tony Iommi- Something Wicked This Way Comes
    Unreleased track recorded for the album Iommi released 10-2000

    Scooter Ward (born Ronald Ward Jr. on May 7, 1970) is an American musician, founding member and lead singer of the Jacksonville, Florida hard rock band, Cold. He has also performed occasional guitar duties both in the studio and live. Before joining Cold he formed and named the band Grundig in 1986. Ward has been ranked in the Top 100 Heavy Metal Vocalists by Hit Parader (#61).

    Anthony Frank Tony Iommi (born 19 February 1948) is an English guitarist, songwriter and producer. Best known as lead guitarist and founding member of the pioneering heavy metal band Black Sabbath, he has been the band's sole continual member and primary composer.

    While working in a factory as a teenager, Iommi lost the tips of two of his fingers in an accident, an event which crucially affected his playing style. Iommi briefly left Black Sabbath (then known as 'Earth') in 1968 to join Jethro Tull, after which he returned to Black Sabbath. In 2000, he released his first solo album Iommi, followed by 2005's Fused, which featured his former bandmate Glenn Hughes. After releasing Fused, he joined Heaven & Hell, which disbanded after Ronnie James Dio's death in 2010.

    Iommi is widely considered one of the most influential rock guitarists of all time. A prolific riff-maker, he was ranked number 25 in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.

    In 2011, he published his autobiography, entitled Iron Man: My Journey through Heaven and Hell with Black Sabbath.

  • Queen - I Want It All - 6 Hands Piano Cover

    4:16

    Piano and reduction: Yunuscan Kaya

    I Want It All is a song by British rock band Queen, featured on their 1989 studio album The Miracle. Written by guitarist and backing vocalist Brian May (but credited to Queen) and produced by David Richards, it was released as the first single from the album on 2 May 1989.[3] I Want It All reached number three on the singles charts of the United Kingdom, Finland, Ireland and New Zealand, as well as on the US Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart. Elsewhere, it peaked at number two in the Netherlands and charted within the top 10 in Australia, Belgium, Germany, Norway and Switzerland. With its message about fighting for one's own goals it became an anti-apartheid protest song in South Africa.[3][4]

    The song was first played live on 20 April 1992, three years after its release, during The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, performed by the three remaining members of Queen, with Roger Daltrey singing lead vocals and Tony Iommi playing rhythm guitar.[5] Freddie Mercury himself never performed the song live, as he died in November 1991 from AIDS at the age of 45, and his final performance with Queen was at the end of The Magic Tour, at Knebworth Park on 9 August 1986. The song is sung mainly by Mercury, with May singing on the choruses and middle eight.

    Lyrics;
    Adventure seeker on an empty street
    Just an alley creeper, light on his feet
    A young fighter screaming, with no time for doubt
    With the pain and anger can't see a way out
    It ain't much I'm asking, I heard him say
    Gotta find me a future move out of my way
    I want it all, I want it all, I want it all, and I want it now
    I want it all, I want it all, I want it all, and I want it now
    Listen all you people, come gather round
    I gotta get me a game plan, gotta shake you to the ground
    But just give me, huh, what I know is mine
    People do you hear me, just gimme the sign
    It ain't much I'm asking, if you want the truth
    Here's to the future for the dreams of youth
    I want it all (give it all I want it all)
    I want it all (yeah)
    I want it all and I want it now
    I want it all (yes I want it all)
    I want it all hey
    I want it all and I want it now
    I'm a man with a one track mind
    So much to do in one lifetime (people do you hear me)
    Not a man for compromise and where's and why's and living lies
    So I'm living it all, yes I'm living it all
    And I'm giving it all, and I'm giving it all
    Oh oh yeah yeah ha ha ha ha ha
    Yeah yeah yeah yeah
    I want it all
    It ain't much I'm asking, if you want the truth
    Here's to the future
    Hear the cry of youth (hear the cry of youth) (hear the cry of youth)
    I want it all, I want it all, I want it all and I want it now
    I want it all yeah yeah yeah
    I want it all, I want it all and I want it now
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    And I want it (now)
    I want it, I want it
    Oh ha #Queen #iwantitallpiano #Queenpianocover #iwantitallpiano #queencover #iwantitallpianocover

  • TONY IOMMI GUITAR SOLOS PART TWO

    13:53

    PART TWO TONY IOMMI GUITAR SOLOS

  • Jaydee Tony Iommi Old boy SG

    12:12

    A medley of Black Sabbath songs, as played thru my Jaydee Tony Iommi Old boy built for me by John Diggins, Birmingham, UK
    Played thru a .... Laney Tony Iommi Signature Stack

  • Tony Iommi - Gone

    8:15

    PS: Drop C# Tuning / Afinação Drop C#

    Fala pessoal! Há muito tempo atrás quando estava aprendendo a tocar havia postado um cover do solo dessa música no FCC (sim, feio pra caralho hahaha).

    Hoje, depois de 4 anos estou aqui de novo, desta vez além do cover da música completa, estou passando ela pra vocês!

    A afinação da guitarra nessa música está em Drop C#.

    Façam bom proveito!.

    Apoio Tiaflex

  • I Want it all rhythm part subtitulada Queen & RollingBilbao Cover HQ

    4:18

    I Want It All is a song by British rock band Queen, featured on their 1989 studio album The Miracle. Written by guitarist and backing vocalist Brian May (but credited to Queen) and produced by David Richards, it was released as the first single from the album on 2 May 1989.
    I Want It All reached number three on the UK Singles Chart, the Irish Singles Chart, the New Zealand Singles Chart, and the US Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. On the Hot 100, the song reached number 50. Elsewhere, it reached number two in the Netherlands, number four in Italy and Norway, and the top 10 in Australia, Germany, and Switzerland.

    The song was first played live on 20 April 1992, three years after its release, during The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, performed by the three remaining members of Queen, with Roger Daltrey singing lead vocals and Tony Iommi playing rhythm guitar.
    Mercury himself never performed the song live, as he died in November 1991 from AIDS at the age of 45, and his final performance with Queen was at the end of The Magic Tour, at Knebworth Park on 9 August 1986. The song is sung mainly by Mercury, with May singing on the choruses and middle eight.

    There are at least three versions of this song. The longer one is the album version, while the shortest one is used in the music video and in the Greatest Hits II compilation. Compared to the album version, both the single version and video version features a different beginning, omitting the acoustic/electric guitar part and the short rhythmic-electric guitar part immediately following. It starts with the band singing the chorus a cappella, and then, after a 1/8 + 2/4 A5 power chord, it picks up on the first electric guitar riff by May that follows the short rhythmic guitar part mentioned before. The guitar solo section is different as well: the album version features an extra solo, done at the same tempo as the rest of the song, just before the faster main solo. Mercury's vocals after the middle eight are also slightly different and are positioned on the extra solo on the album version, and on the main solo on both the single version and video version. The compilation album Queen Rocks includes a composite version that begins with the a cappella vocals of the single version but then includes the extra guitar solo of the album version.

  • Greatest Guitarist: Ritchie Blackmore vs Tony Iommi

    4:04

    I have compiled 32 of the greatest guitarists of all time. Each one will face off in a 5 rounded tournament to declare THE GREATEST GUITARIST EVER.

    Round-1
    Ritchie Blackmore- Highway Star
    Tony Iommi- Paranoid

  • Real good looking boy - Roger Daltrey - Tommy Tour 2012 - Video Tribute -

    4:07

    Thank You Roger. This is a videoclip tribute. Images from Trieste concert and music from Real good looking boy.

    Roger Daltrey performs The Who's Tommy plus Who Classics and more

    Sunday, March 18, 2012

    Trieste, Politeama Theater, Italy

    Setlist:
    Overture, It's A Boy, 1921, Amazing Journey, Sparks, Eyesight To The Blind, Christmas, Cousin Kevin, The Acid Queen, Do You Think It's Alright?, Fiddle About, Pinball Wizard, There's A Doctor, Go To The Mirror, Tommy Can You Hear Me?, Smash The Mirror, Sensation, I'm Free, Miracle Cure, Sally Simpson, Welcome, Tommy's Holiday Camp, We're Not Gonna Take It, I Can See For Miles, The Kids Are Alright, Behind Blue Eyes, The way it is (Simon Townshend), Going Mobile, Days of light, Who Are You, My Generation, Young Man Blues, Baba O'Riley,Without Your Love, Blue Red And Grey.

    Lineup
    Roger Daltrey: Harmonica, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
    Simon Townshend : Guitar, Vocals
    Jon Button: Bass
    Scott Devours: Drums
    Loren Gold: Backing Vocal, Keyboards
    Frank Simes: Backing Vocal, Guitar


    About the video shot
    Canon EOS 7D
    Sigma 70-300mm f4-5.6 APO DG
    Handheld
    Mic Sony ECM-MSD1

  • LAS PALABRAS DE AMOR - QUEEN -

    4:38

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    ▓▓▒▒▒░░░ SE INSCREVAM NO CANAL ░░░▒▒▒▓▓
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    QUEEN foi uma banda de rock que já vendeu mais de quatrocentos milhões de cópias no mundo inteiro e é liderada atualmente por Brian May (guitarra) e Roger Taylor (bateria). Foi uma das mais populares bandas inglesas dos anos 1970 e 1980, sendo precursora do rock tal como hoje o conhecemos, com magníficas produções dos seus concertos e videoclipes das suas canções. Mesmo nunca tendo sido levada a sério pelos críticos da sua época, que consideravam a sua música comercial (a crítica de hoje considera os Queen como uma das melhores bandas de rock de todos os tempos), a banda tornou-se a das mais famosas entre o público, graças à sua mistura única entre as complexas e elaboradas apresentações ao vivo e o dinamismo e carisma da sua estrela maior, o vocalista Freddie Mercury.

    O início da banda remonta a 1967, quando Brian May, Tim Staffell e Roger Taylor formaram o trio Smile, no Imperial College em Londres, onde todos estudavam. Após a saída do baixista e vocalista do grupo, Tim Staffell, na Primavera de 1970, May e Taylor foram apresentados por Staffell a Farokh Bulsara em Abril do mesmo ano, o qual viria a ser o vocalista da nova banda com o nome artístico Freddie Mercury, batizando a banda com o nome Queen. Em 1971, John Deacon completou a formação do Queen como baixista.


    Anos 1990

    Em 1991 começaram a surgir rumores mais fortes de que Freddie Mercury estava com AIDS. O cantor negou, mas sabendo da verdade (assim como seus companheiros de banda), ele decidiu gravar um álbum livre de conflitos e diferenças. Este álbum foi Innuendo. Embora sua saúde começasse a se deteriorar, Mercury esforçou-se para finalizar suas contribuições. Destacam-se as canções The Show Must Go On,These Are The Days Of Our Lives,Innuendo e I'm Going Slightly Mad. Em Junho os Queen gravaram o video clipe da música These Are The Days Of Our Lives onde se pode ver um Freddie Mercury muito magro e com uma voz mais fraca,o que causa preocupação de seus fãs quanto ao seu estado. Monta se então uma vigilia em frente sua casa no Garden Lodge,com reporteres da impreensa e fãs. A banda em concerto no Rock in Rio, 1985. Em 23 de Novembro de 1991, em uma declaração gravada em seu leito de morte, Freddie Mercury finalmente divulgou que tinha AIDS. Doze horas depois do anúncio, Mercury morreu vítima de uma broncopneumonia aos 45 anos de idade. Seu funeral foi privado, feito de acordo com os princípios religiosos zoroástricos de sua família. Freddie foi cremado e suas cinzas estão no Garden Lodge. Em 20 de Abril de 1992 o público dividiu a tristeza pela perda de Freddie no The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, realizado no Estádio de Wembley de Londres em sua homenagem. Músicos como Annie Lennox, David Bowie, Def Leppard, Elton John, Extreme, Guns N' Roses, George Michael, Liza Minnelli, Metallica, Robert Plant, Roger Daltrey e Tony Iommi, juntamente com os integrantes remanescentes dos Queen, tocaram os maiores sucessos da banda. Os Queen na verdade nunca se separaram, embora seu último álbum de inéditas tenha sido lançado em 1995, ironicamente intitulado Made In Heaven (Feito No Paraíso). Lançado quatro anos depois da morte de Freddie, foi feito a partir das últimas sessões gravadas pelo cantor em 1991, além de material descartado de álbuns anteriores. Em 1997, John Deacon, depois de gravar o video clipe No one But You (música em homenagem a Freddie Mercury) junto com o Queen, decide sair da banda para se dedicar a sua família.

    LAS PALABRAS DE AMOR - QUEEN - TRADUÇÃO

    AS PALAVRAS DE AMOR

    Não me toque agora
    Não me abrace agora
    Não quebre o encanto, querida
    Agora você está perto
    Olhe nos meus olhos e fale para mim
    Aquelas promessas especiais que eu quero ouvir

    As palavras de amor
    Deixe-me ouvir as palavras de amor
    Lentamente meu amor
    Me ame devagar e gentilmente

    Um mundo tolo, tantas almas
    Arremessadas sem sentido
    No frio interminável
    E tudo por medo, e tudo por ambição.
    Fale qualquer língua
    Mas pelo amor de Deus nós precisamos

    As palavras de amor
    Deixe-me ouvir as palavras de amor.
    Lentamente meu amor
    Deixe-me saber, esta noite e sempre

    Este quarto está vazio
    Esta noite está fria
    Nós estamos muito distantes e estou envelhecendo
    Mas enquanto vivermos
    Nós nos encontraremos novamente
    Assim então, meu amor
    Poderemos sussurrar uma vez mais
    É você que eu adoro

    As palavras de amor
    Deixe-me ouvir as palavras de amor
    Lentamente meu amor
    Toque-me agora
    As palavras de amor
    Vamos compartilhar as palavras de amor
    Para sempre (para sempre)
    Para sempre

  • Queen / Annie Lennox & David Bowie - Under Pressure

    5:00

    El 20 de abril de 1992, el estadio de Wembley vio una de las mayores concentraciones de estrellas desde Live Aid cuando el concierto se abrió con un mensaje de los tres miembros restantes de Queen en homenaje a Mercury. La música comenzó entonces con series cortas de bandas que fueron influenciadas por la música de Queen, incluyendo Metallica, Extreme (jugando a Queen), Def Leppard (quien trajo a Brian May al escenario para una versión fiel de Now I'm Here) y Guns N 'Roses. Entre las bandas, se mostraron varios videoclips en honor a Freddie Mercury, mientras que los roadies cambiaron el escenario para la actuación del siguiente acto.

    La segunda mitad del concierto contó con los tres miembros restantes de Queen: John Deacon (en el bajo), Brian May (en la guitarra) y Roger Taylor (en la batería), junto con cantantes invitados y guitarristas, incluidos Elton John, Roger Daltrey (de The Quién), Tony Iommi (de Black Sabbath), David Bowie, Mick Ronson (de Spiders from Mars), James Hetfield (de Metallica), George Michael, Seal, Paul Young, Annie Lennox, Lisa Stansfield, Robert Plant (de Led Zeppelin) ), Joe Elliott y Phil Collen (de Def Leppard), Axl Rose y Slash (de Guns N 'Roses), Liza Minnelli y otros. Vía satélite desde Sacramento, California, U2 dedicó una presentación en vivo de Hasta el fin del mundo a Mercurio.
    Obviamente, para la mayoría de nosotros, la luz fue Annie Lennox, actuando bajo presión con David Bowie.

  • Queen | I Want It All | Studio Acapella

    3:59

    “I Want It All” was released by Queen in 1989, and was featured on their 13th studio album “The Miracle”.

    There are at least three versions of this song. The longer one is the album version, while the shortest one is used in the music video and in the Greatest Hits II compilation. Compared to the album version, both the single version and video version features a different beginning, omitting the acoustic/electric guitar part and the short rhythmic-electric guitar part immediately following.

    The song was first played live on April 20th 1992, three years after its release, during The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, performed by the three remaining members of Queen, with Roger Daltrey singing lead vocals and Tony Iommi playing rhythm guitar. Mercury himself never performed the song live, as he died in November 1991 from AIDS at the age of 45, and his final performance with Queen was at the end of The Magic Tour, at Knebworth Park on 9 August 1986. The song is sung mainly by Mercury, with May singing on the choruses and middle eight.

    The song, according to bassist John Deacon, was one of only a few which was already written before the band entered the studio in the beginning of 1988 for what would become The Miracle album. The title stems from a catchphrase of Anita Dobson, later guitarist Brian May’s second wife: “I want it all and I want it now!”. The song is notably heavy and features themes relating to rebellion and social upheaval. Songwriter May, however, claims that it is about having ambitions and fighting for one’s own goals; because of this, the song became an anti-apartheid song in South Africa and has also been used as a gay rights protest theme and a rallying anthem for African-American youth.

    The music video features the band performing in a studio that used halogen lighting. It was directed by David Mallet and filmed at Elstree Studios, London in March 1989. In the Greatest Video Hits II DVD audio commentary, Brian May and Roger Taylor recall that Mercury’s health was already quite bad when the video’s shooting took place, and it was remarkable that it didn’t show up in the video, with Mercury performing with all the energy he had. The video also features Mercury’s first public appearance with a beard to hide the Kaposi’s sarcoma marks on his jawline, after shaving off his trademark mustache during the video shoot for “The Great Pretender” in February 1987.

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  • Roger Daltrey on The Who - Stories and anecdotes of the band of My Generation

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    Travelling back through time until the 60's thanks to the memories of Roger Daltrey: the golden years and the toughest moments of The Who, the beauty of analogical sound, that tailor shop on Savile Row, the role of the singer and the relationship with the artist of the British scene. Here's the last part of our interview to the icon of English rock.

  • Queen - I want it all

    3:55

    ALL RIGHTS BELONG TO QUEEN, NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT IS INTENDED

    I Want It All is a song by English rock band Queen, featured on their 1989 thirteenth studio album The Miracle. Written by guitarist and backing vocalist Brian May (but credited to Queen) and produced by David Richards, the song was released as the lead single from the album on 2 May 1989.
    I Want It All reached number three on both the UK Singles Chart and the American Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, number 50 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number one in other European territories, including Spain, where Los 40 Principales regularly played the song during the month of July 1989.
    The song was first played live on 20 April 1992, three years after its release, during The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, performed by the three remaining members of Queen, with Roger Daltrey singing lead vocals and Tony Iommi playing rhythm guitar. Mercury himself never performed the song live, as he died in November 1991 from AIDS at the age of 45, and his final performance with Queen was at the end of the Magic Tour, in 1986. The song is sung mainly by Mercury, with May singing on the choruses, and the middle eight.

    LYRICS:
    Adventure seeker on an empty street
    Just an alley creeper, light on his feet
    A young fighter screaming, with no time for doubt
    With the pain and anger can't see a way out
    It ain't much I'm asking, I heard him say
    Gotta find me a future move out of my way
    I want it all, I want it all, I want it all, and I want it now
    I want it all, I want it all, I want it all, and I want it now

    Listen all you people, come gather round
    I gotta get me a game plan, gotta shake you to the ground
    But just give me, huh, what I know is mine
    People do you hear me, just gimme the sign
    It ain't much I'm asking, if you want the truth
    Here's to the future for the dreams of youth

    I want it all (give it all - I want it all)
    I want it all (yeah)
    I want it all and I want it now

    I want it all (yes I want it all)
    I want it all hey
    I want it all and I want it now

    I'm a man with a one track mind
    So much to do in one lifetime (people do you hear me)
    Not a man for compromise and where's and why's and living lies
    So I'm living it all, yes I'm living it all
    And I'm giving it all, and I'm giving it all
    Oooh oh yeah yeah - ha ha ha ha ha
    Yeah yeah yeah yeaaah
    I want it all

    It ain't much I'm asking, if you want the truth
    Here's to the future
    Hear the cry of youth (hear the cry of youth) (hear the cry of youth)
    I want it all, I want it all, I want it all and I want it now

    I want it all yeah yeah yeaaaah
    I want it all, I want it all and I want it now
    Oh oh oh oh oooh

    And I want it - now
    I want it, I want it
    Ooooh ha

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