Last days of Freddie (1991) So sad he was so ill, when we lost him, it was tragic.

Last days of Freddie (1991) So sad he was so ill, when we lost him, it was tragic.

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Freddie Mercury Last Days | Freddie Mercury - His last days

Freddie Mercury Last Days | Freddie Mercury - His last days

Great recording artists are called artists because they take time and emotion to write their own music. Those others are just performers...know the difference

Great recording artists are called artists because they take time and emotion to write their own music. Those others are just performers...know the difference

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Freddie Mercury - in honor of Mexican Independence Day - Sept 16th - hoping that posting this doesn't constitute a hate crime. Since the original pinning I've been assured that donning a comically large sombrero in an overly campy way is OK with the locals.

Freddie Mercury - in honor of Mexican Independence Day - Sept 16th - hoping that posting this doesn't constitute a hate crime. Since the original pinning I've been assured that donning a comically large sombrero in an overly campy way is OK with the locals.

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Brian May and Roger Taylor on Freddie Mercury's Last Days ~ This video is heart-wrenching - brought me to tears...

Brian May and Roger Taylor on Freddie Mercury's Last Days ~ This video is heart-wrenching - brought me to tears...

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Brian May: “As soon we realised Freddie was ill, we clustered around him like a protective shell. We were lying to everyone, even our own families, because he didn’t want the world intruding on his struggle. He used to say, ‘I don’t want people buying our f***ing records out of sympathy.’ We all became very close. We grew up a lot.” By the end of his life Mercury produced some of his best work since his early days and the legendary album “A Night At The Opera”. Roger Taylor: “It was tragic…

Brian May: “As soon we realised Freddie was ill, we clustered around him like a protective shell. We were lying to everyone, even our own families, because he didn’t want the world intruding on his struggle. He used to say, ‘I don’t want people buying our f***ing records out of sympathy.’ We all became very close. We grew up a lot.” By the end of his life Mercury produced some of his best work since his early days and the legendary album “A Night At The Opera”. Roger Taylor: “It was tragic…

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Freddie Mercury. I see you. More #music pics at www.freecomputerdesktopwallpaper.com/wmusicthree.shtml

Freddie Mercury. I see you. More #music pics at www.freecomputerdesktopwallpaper.com/wmusicthree.shtml

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