Lostman, he said that Brian and Freddie could have been a good couple and it was struggle for Freddie to find love in 70s since Brian was straight, so he went to Munich etc in the 80s.
That's about what he said, I think.
I don't know about Freddie's happiness, or lack thereof, but I agree that there truly was something magical about the 70's, and music in particular.
How many times did we, run home from seeing our favorite band/singer's new album in the record store window?
Go home, and then tell all of your friends, or even better if you were lucky enough to buy the album, then have everyone over to listen to it.
Today I don't see the huge love affair with music that we had back then. Of course so many things have changed since then.
I still love music, but sadly I cannot find anything new that interests me. The 90's were the last decade that I truly enjoyed music.
This is the problem with Queen - they have attracted the most clinically insane bunch of wierdos throughout their career; in the chase for filthy lucre, they pedalled their wares to all corners, not stopping for a moment to think about the consequences.
I blame Britain entering the Common Market in the first place.........mentalists.