Freddie Mercury by : Mark Blake
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. Freddie Mercury: A Kind of Magic charts his extraordinary career in the context of the life he led in the glare of rock stardom.
With 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. Freddie Mercury: A Kind of Magic is an essential tribute to a truly innovative recording artist and an irreplaceable performer who rocked the world.
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| Media ||Hardcover|
| Format ||Hardcover|
| Length x Width x Height||11 x 8.75 x 0.969 inches |
| Shipping Weight||2.97 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL148863|
| ISBN ||1495030113|
| EAN ||9781495030116|
| 1st Publication Date||10/2016|