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Queen - A Night At The Opera, A Day At The Races download album

  • Performer: Queen
  • Title: A Night At The Opera, A Day At The Races
  • Genre: Rock
  • Formats: MIDI AC3 ADX AU MP2 AUD RA
  • Released: 2002
  • Style: Pop Rock, Glam, Symphonic Rock
  • MP3 album: 1779 mb
  • FLAC album: 1222 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 380
Queen - A Night At The Opera, A Day At The Races download album

A Night at the Opera is the fourth studio album by the British rock band Queen, released on 21 November 1975 by EMI Records in the United Kingdom and by Elektra Records in the United States. Produced by Roy Thomas Baker and Queen, it was reportedly the most expensive album ever recorded at the time of its release. The album's title is taken from the Marx Brothers film of the same name.

A Night At The Opera. 1-1. Death On Two Legs. 1-2. Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon. 2-1. Tie Your Mother Down.

Last year's A Night at the Opera album - the group's fourth - finally gave Queen its shot at superstardom. Opera spent 47 weeks on the national sales charts, spawned two hit singles and showed the band capable of both the high energy of Led Zeppelin and its own wonderfully eccentric pieces such as Bohemian Rhapsody. Realizing the impact of the album, the stylish English quartet has reprogrammed much of the variety and charm of Opera in its new collection. At this point it should be noted the not inconsiderable output of Mercury's composing rival Brian May is a deal more palatable than Fred's own - though as you must have by now, gathered, I wouldn't conceive of that particular task as being too testing an operation.

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Released December 10, 1976. A Day at the Races Tracklist. 1. Tie Your Mother Down Lyrics. Moving on to the music of A Day at the Races : all tracks are worth a blurb, not unlike its predecessor. Given, the finish line of this album bio is biased, over-wrought, and lengthy, being written by one of those die-hard super-fans, having a bit too much fun. Nevertheless, the bio must go on: The album’s curtain opens and closes with Brian May tracks, including introductory and closing Shepard’s Tone harmonium tones, opening Track 1 of the Races, Tie Your Mother Down, which rocks, and became a staple live, but was a marginal second single rather than a greatest hit.

The band said that the original idea was to release these two albums together, as a double LP. What do you think about it? I personally believe they didn´t do it, because they would make The Beatles´ "The Beatles" (White album) look embarrased. As far as i know A night at the opera was solely just an album but going on the massive success of the album you know queen they wold have to try and topple it with something better which i think they did with a day at the races. Yes we'll keep on tryin. we'll tread that fine line.

After the amazing 1975 release of A night at the opera queen had big standards to meet. Their next release 'A day At The Races' got very close if not met those standards. As with most of Queen's 70's albums there is music for everyones tastes. From the Hard rock of 'tie your mother down' to the soft ballad of 'you take my breath away' to the fun filled 'good old fashioned lover boy'. Like a night at the opera it is hard not to get something out of this album, even if you are a queen fan or not. TIE YOUR MOTHER DOWN; The first track of the album begins with a brilliant minute long intro to the.

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A Night At The Opera
1-1 Death On Two Legs 3:44
1-2 Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon 1:07
1-3 I'm In Love With My Car
Vocals – Roger TaylorWritten-By – Taylor*
3:05
1-4 You're My Best Friend
Electric Piano – John DeaconWritten-By – Deacon*
2:50
1-5 '39
Double Bass – John DeaconVocals – Brian May
3:30
1-6 Sweet Lady 4:02
1-7 Seaside Rendezvous
Orchestrated By [Vocal Orchestration Of Brass] – Roger TaylorOrchestrated By [Vocal Orchestration Of Woodwind] – Freddie Mercury
2:14
1-8 The Prophet's Song
Toy [Toy Koto] – Brian May
8:20
1-9 Love Of My Life
Harp – Brian May
3:34
1-10 Good Company
Vocals, Ukulele [Genuine Aloha Ukulele (Made In Japan)], Guitar [Jazz Band] – Brian May
3:17
1-11 Bohemian Rhapsody
Vocals [Operatic] – Brian*, Freddie*, Roger*
5:59
1-12 God Save The Queen 1:12
A Day At The Races
2-1 Tie Your Mother Down
Written-By – Brian May
2-2 You Take My Breath Away
Written-By – Freddie Mercury
2-3 Long Away
Written-By – Brian May
2-4 The Millionaire Waltz
Written-By – Freddie Mercury
2-5 You And I
Written-By – John Deacon
2-6 Somebody To Love
Written-By – Freddie Mercury
2-7 White Man
Written-By – Brian May
2-8 Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy
Written-By – Freddie Mercury
2-9 Drowse
Written-By – Roger Taylor
2-10 Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together)
Written-By – Brian May


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