Freddie Mercury

Freddie Mercury : A Kind of Magic

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Freddie Mercury was one of rock's most dazzling front men. When he died in 1991 the music world lost one of its most flamboyant characters as well as a supremely talented writer and vocalist. Best known as the lead singer of Queen his amazing four-octave voice was a distinctive element in the band's unique sound which resulted in more than a dozen million-selling albums through the 1970s '80s and early '90s. EFreddie Mercury: A Kind of MagicE charts his extraordinary career in the context of the life he led in the glare of rock stardom.THWith expert understanding Mark Blake traces Freddie's astonishing achievements from his childhood in Zanzibar and India to his world-conquering performance at Live Aid in 1985 and beyond. Published just ahead of what would have been Freddie's 70th birthday this special book features a retrospective commentary on his studio and live albums a complete discography photographs and memorabilia throughout. EFreddie Mercury: A Kind of MagicE is an essential tribute to a truly innovative recording artist and an irreplaceable performer who rocked the world.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 223 x 285 x 25mm | 1,361g
  • BACKBEAT BOOKS
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1495030113
  • 9781495030116
  • 183,896

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