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    I seen 'em at least twice in the 70's. The result of rigorous practice and rehearsal, one of those bands who didn't miss a beat. Brian May made the whole thing work with his guitar & pedal-array prowess. And their mix-engineer out in the crowd, a protege of Roy Thomas Baker.

    Only Iggy was climbing on top of amp-stacks, when Mercury was doing it... especially during an intro of Now I'm Here, with the spotlight 'searching' for him... Amazing. Mercury 'n his signature 'half-mikestand' (a way of solving the temptation of lead-singers 'playing air-guitar' during songs, which is kinda tacky if everybody's doing it).

    I couldn't find an earlier live version of it, but you get the idea:

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    Queen I is one of the most underrated albums of all time. Recorded before they settled on the style that made them famous it was more hard rock than their later releases.
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