Hear Freddie Mercury's Isolated Vocals From the Iconic Live Aid Performance

Hear Freddie Mercury's Isolated Vocals From the Iconic Live Aid Performance

Today marks what would have been Freddie Mercury's birthday. Hear the isolated Vocals From Bohemian Rhapsody as performed at Live Aid

Freddie Mercury was born on this day 1946. Having studied and written music for years, he formed Queen in 1970 with guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor. And in 1985 they played to 1.9 billion people from over 150 countries as they tuned in to witness one of music's biggest days unfold: the Live Aid concert. The moment was rare as some of the biggest names in the world of music seemingly took an active interest in the world's political and economic inequalities, and stepped up to lead relief efforts.

Another primary reason why Live Aid is considered historic is due to Queen's soul-stirring performance, with Mercury casting a spell on the crowd. The band had just wrapped up a world tour to promote their latest album The Works, and were expected to be more subdued. However, their Wembley show affirmed their power and status. "Queen were absolutely the best band of the day,” Geldof said in an interview with Hot Press. “They played the best, had the best sound, used their time to the full. They understood the idea exactly, that it was a global jukebox. They just went and smashed one hit after another. It was the perfect stage for Freddie — the whole world.”

Listen to Freddie's isolated Vocals from Bohemain Rhapsody as separated with  DeMix Pro 3.0  here:

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Paddy Hallihan2022-09-05 15:31:34

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