I think my favourite is Spread Your Wings but I really do like You And I and that would be my favourite if the ending went on for another 30 seconds.
The full version of the keyboard solo which ends Who Wants To Live Forever is brilliant and Let Me In Your Heart Again is a great listen too.
The ending of Somebody To Love live is amazing (a lot better than the studio version because of the heavier feel to it because of the addition of Brian's guitar) - especially the Milton Keynes version where it goes on for over two minutes!
"That time will come. ...one day you'll see. ..."
That first came to mind but cheesus you are correct above. The ending to FWBF is something transcendent to me. The tones achieved on that song are friggin divine.
1 Father to son
2 Sail away sweet sister
3 Hang o in there, (I wish that jam was a proper song and had a more completed version than the one had been leaked)
4 Who wants to live forever
5 The Miracle (again it could be a great song)
I love Teo Torriatte. I guess since it was already CDs when I discovered Queen it heightens the effect, since ever since I first heard Queen albums I'd often hear them on loop, since they were on CDs and would either automatically restart or I'd just press play as soon as it reached the end.
There's something about how utterly perfectly Teo Torriatte links back into Tie Your Mother Down (because it actually has the same music in the intro!) that I love and it makes the album feel like it is infinite with the final track looping back into the first. :)
Here is to the infinity of A Day at the Races :)