Queen's iconic "Bohemian "Rhapsody" is probably their most famous hit (although soccer/football fans might argue it's "We Are The Champions"). Below you can hear the group's vocal-only tracks from the record, synched with a video of them performing the tune.
These isolated tracks unearth interesting detail behind the recordings. Here they reveal Freddie Mercury's soaring range and power, but also the equally amazing harmony vocals of Mercury along with guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor (who sang the highest parts).
The group recorded the tune in summer 1975 in a series of studios in England and Wales, and reportedly recorded vocal tracks for 10-12 hours per day for many days to create the operatic portions. Enjoy!
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