The festivities organised for the Freddie Mercury part of his legend. A myth made up to base of rock and good music, but also with scandals and excesses .
Without a doubt, one of the most talked about was her 39 birthday . By then (1985), the leader of Queen resided in Munich where was recording his first solo album , "Mr. Bad Guy". Mercury decided to celebrate your anniversary in style in a well-known club shemale of the city, Mrs. Henderson s.
To the party they were invited more than three hundred people , among which there was no shortage or Brian May, or Mary Austin or Boy George. The "dress code" required left no room for doubt. The attendees could only attend in the guise of "drag queen" and the only colors allowed were black and white.
The wildness was served and a camera installed in the ceiling took care of burn it down to the smallest detail . The images became part of the video clip of "Living on My Own", one of the singles of his solo debut.
That was too much for the record label he worked with Mercury at that time, CBS Records. Its president, Walter Yetnikoff, he decided to non-issue the video on the television of the chain given that, in its judgment, the "promiscuity" that we could see it in their images could harm their sales (the song was ranked fifty on the ránkings british).
"Living on My Own" is saved then drawer . And he remained there until 1993, two years after the death of Mercury. At that time, there was a revival of "No More Brothers" whose extra was this video.
it Was an immediate success and "Living on My Own" reached finally the number one , becoming the highest-selling single of the year in Europe. Now, Hollywood Records has restored as succulent advance of the release next Friday of "Never Boring", a box tribute that brings together the best of the solo career of Freddie.
this Is a recreation in 4K, which has used the original film in 35 mm with the new audio mix , has just opened in theaters today 4 October on YouTubeUpdated Date: 04 October 2019, 17:00