Statue de Freddie Mercury à Montreux.


Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballé – Barcelona (Live at La Nit, 1988)

 

Freddie Mercury and Monserrat Caballe – How Can I Go On Live

Montserrat Caballe about Freddie Mercury and Opera. Jacobs Stege, Sweden. 03.12.1988

Montserrat Caballe Interview About Freddie Mercury

This aired on Belgian TV Dec 11th 2004. Very touching interview. You can see that she cared for him a lot.


Freddie Mercury was a man of many talents and many different sides. The songs he wrote for and with Queen filled stadiums around the globe and have rightly gone down in history, but he also embarked on a solo career that took him from the clubs of Munich and New York to the great opera houses of the world.

He was the ultimate showman, but he kept his private life away from the prying eyes of the media; a larger than life rock star who loved disco, classical music and ballet. He was a restless spirit, a true chameleon who revelled in his own contradictions.

All the different sides of this iconic musician can be found on Freddie Mercury: Messenger Of The Gods – The Singles. All formats released September 2nd 2016.

Freddie Mercury; lead singer of Queen and solo artist in his own right. Songwriter, musician, singer of songs, lover of life. Freddie majored in Stardom while giving new meaning to the word Showmanship. He left a legacy of songs that will never lose their stature as classics and will live on forever.

This wonderful 1987 video, capturing Freddie Mercury’s unforgettable collaboration with Spanish opera diva Montserrat Caballé, accompanied the very first single from the ‘Barcelona’ album (which was to follow a full year later). This unexpected and unlikely merging of talent took the world by storm, and this was the first of three singles released from the album. The Director was David Mallet and it was filmed at Pinewood Studios in London. The single was released in the UK on 26th October 1987.

Source: http://www.freddiemercury.com/

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