Queen
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Reviews // 18 Articles
Blogs // 7 Articles
News // 2 Articles
Media // 3 Articles
//Features

In the Lap of the Gods: The First Five Queen Albums
8 Jun 2011 // 4:00 PM

Consummate showmen and masters of the studio environment, in their first five albums the members of British rock group Queen transformed from ambitious contenders into elite practitioners of the genre.

Is This the Real Life?: The Untold Story of Queen
31 Mar 2011 // 4:00 PM

'Good on showmanship, but not sure about the singing,’ admitted Brian May, about the future Freddie Mercury. ‘Fred had a strange vibrato,’ chuckled Roger Taylor, ‘which some people found rather distressing.’

//Reviews

Queen: Queen on Air - The Complete BBC Radio Sessions (Deluxe 6-CD Edition)
1 Dec 2016 // 8:20 PM

These leaner versions of well-known tracks showcase a version of Queen with less pomp but plenty of circumstance.

Queen: Queen on Air - The Complete BBC Radio Sessions
10 Nov 2016 // 2:36 AM

An early collection of BBC radio sessions show Britain's glam rock kings taking their painstaking technique to a looser environment, with often winning results.

//Blogs

Queen - "Somebody to Love" (Singles Going Steady Classic)
3 Jun 2016 // 6:00 AM

"Somebody to Love" was Queen's take on gospel.

Marc Martel - "The Mercurotti" (A Duet with Freddie Mercury and Luciano Pavarotti)
25 Sep 2014 // 5:28 AM

Nashville's Marc Martel records a tribute to two of his favorite singers, Luciano Pavarotti and Freddie Mercury.

//News

Queen Extravaganza tribute has the real rockers’ DNA
8 Jun 2012 // 1:35 AM

ST. LOUIS — Queen drummer Roger Taylor was back home in his native England, walking by a local hole in the wall when something caught his

At the dawn of 3-D: Brian May and 1850s stereoscopic photography
22 Jul 2010 // 1:20 AM

The mania for 3-D imagery could not be suppressed. Millions gobbled up the goods as quickly as the studios could churn them out, on both

//Mixed media
//Blogs

Emerging from My Hiatus from Big Budget Games

// Moving Pixels

"I'd gotten burned out on scope and maybe on spectacle in video games, but I think it's time to return to bigger worlds to conquer.

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