No, really, I'm more excited with the thought that I can record several new songs or go touring. And We Will Rock You is a thing that we learned much from, and we should move forward with that.
Full interview @ brianmay.com - let's hope he can convince Brian to do some new stuff :)
Don't you remember interview with Roger from roughly January 2003 (if I remember well)? He said something like "these new things are exciting, I'd love to work with Brian again, I like the idea of touring but Brian is so busy with the musical now, so it's impossible..."
I think that Roger in fact tells nothing new. He should not mind to tour, he should not mind to perform with Brian
Brian is simply "over" to the musical, it seems he hardly can do other things than that (or?)
It should be great if the two should do some sessions, small audiences, fun fun fun, nice music playing
The time for large audiences is over, let's face it, I think it is unrealistic to expect mass tours, queen is simply passe for the (stadium) concerts
We should love to invite Roger and Brian to come to play in Düsseldorf, there are pretty neat places to play and the guarantee of a super exciting audience (=we) is there :):)
Say Its Not True and Invincible Hope, to me, are miles better than The Call, so Let Brian carry on promoting the musical and Roger write the songs if they are going to collaborate.
Hmm but Brian came up with the excellent No-one But You, let em both write then.
It would be great if Roger records some new songs and goes out touring. I hope Brian will join him, I'm sure they can do some excellent stuff if they take the time to rehearse.
some new studio stuff would be amazing, they proved on MIH that they can do wonders together.
The Mir@cle wrote: Yeah one word: TOURING! And not small audiences. I don't know if you saw 46664 or Queensday (Amsterdam). They proofed there that they still can play for huge audiences.
Not SMALL audiences?? Fuck that!! I saw Rog on the EF tour in 99 and I was SOOOOOOOO close to him, right at the front of the stage, I shook his hand twice - and managed to nick the set list! Id sooner have Theatre/club gigs than Wembley Arena, MEN or the NEC anyday.