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Viernes 5 de junio de 2020

VIDEO | Publican inédito registro de un distendido Freddie Mercury en la fiesta de lanzamiento de "One Vision"

El video corresponde al año 1985, cuando lanzaron el primer single de su álbum A Kind of Magic.

En 1985 la banda inglesa Queen lanzó la canción "One Vision", el primer single de su decimosegundo álbum, A Kind of Magic. Un lanzamiento que, por supuesto, Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon y Roger Taylor celebraron

Hoy, a 35 años de eso, publicaron el video inédito de esa noche de festejo, donde se ve a un Freddie Mercury distendido, pasándolo bien junto al resto de la banda y haciendo muecas a la cámara. 

El registro fue compartido por la cuenta de Instagram dedicada a Mercury y a la banda, freddie_mrcry, y cuenta con más de 87 mil reproducciones. 

"¡Freddie pasándolo bien con sus amigos es una de las mejores cosas que hay y una canción como 'One Vision' sin duda merece una fiesta!", escribieron en la publicación 

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💥 The One Vision Release Party 💥⁣ ⁣ 👉 Freddie having fun with his friends is one of the best things there is and a song like One Vision definitely deserves a big party! 🎊 I hope you enjoy this footage, cause we’re so blessed with it. Just look at how adorable they are ❤️ ⁣ ⁣ 💿 Queen was inspired to write this by their Live Aid appearance in 1985 - millions of people sharing one vision of a better world. When the band was approached to perform at Live Aid, they were in a rut and reticent to appear. But after their show-stopping performance, they re-entered the studio with renewed energy. They were back in Munich (a place they had previously hit trouble during the Hot Space sessions), but this time spent a lot of time working in the studio, not being distracted by drugs or other distractions - unlike the earlier sessions.⁣ ⁣ 🎙 All four band members helped writing this. Most Queen songs were written separately, mostly out of a desire to keep writing credits to themselves - Brian May has often hinted in interviews that he was quite possessive of his own songs. But this also made sure their songs didn't all sound alike. The idea of writing a song together came from Freddie. He rang the other three members and asked them to come to the studio, where the writing and recording sessions were taped 🎶

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