The band led by Freddie Mercury, Queen, became one of the most emblematic of all time, not only for its music but for everything that awakened and generated the figure of its vocalist. The film Bohemian Rhapsody gives an account of Mercury’s talent and how social he was with his interpersonal relationships.
Followed by this, the rage for the Netflix series called The Crown re-enacted the level of friendships that the Queen singer had, including the Princess of Wales, Diana Spencer, with whom he frequented, in addition to partying together whenever they could.
Now, due to the interest that has been aroused in Freddie’s life in recent times, his friend and also the band’s guitarist Brian May Aged 73, I gave an interview to the Kevin O’Sullivan Show on British talk radio, and remembered how much fun it was to share the show with Mercury. He also revealed what Freddie’s talent was beyond his unmistakable voice:
“He was a very unpredictable guy, but he was wonderful to work with. He had a great spatial notion and that was something very important. If you are working with people on stage, you need to have musical contact, but also a kind of developed physical chemistry. You have to know where you are and where you are pointing your energy. Freddie was extraordinary at that and the truth is that we fit right in. “
He also pointed to the inner work the vocalism did on itself: “From the days when I was a singer in the making, I already had all of his performance, that connection, and it was wonderful to see the skill with which he managed to rise to the point. to get to a point where he was making the most of his talent. he worked a lot on himself. He was an amazing and successful guy all by himself. “