Sorry if this was mentioned or not...
What was the last song made for MIH (ie. last new track with Freddie on vocals made?)?
I know the rest of the band most likely finished the track(s) at a later date after Freddie died.
What were the post Innuendo vocal tracks off MIH?
Freddie sounds great on all the tracks.
Sorry for the multiple questions.
deleted user 20.01.2005 16:04
Hmmm I know the last song Freddie wrote was A Winter's Tale, and the last song he ever sang was Mother Love. He didn't actually finish recording that, so Brian sings the last verse.
Dust:biter is right. It all depends on what you mean with "last song".
As far as I know it's like this:
It's a beautiful day: 1982.
Made in Heaven: 1985
Let Me Live: 1982
Mother Love: Last vocals of Fred
MY life has been saved: Miracle sessions(1989)
Born to love You: 1985
Heaven for Everyone: 1987
Too much love...: Miracle sessions (1989)
You don't fool me: 1991 (although it is discussed it is from the Hot Space sessions, which I doubt)
Winter's tale: 1991
Yeah (probably Action this day (1982) ;)
So the actual "Vocal sessions" are from earlier sessions? (ie. "Too Much Love..." is from the 89 Miracle sessions?) -- with the band adding the instruments post Freddie era?
I figured Mother Love was a "post Innuendo" session.
The last one they recorded was Mother Love, I believe it was in August 1991, the last one they wrote-who knows?
I always thought that "Yeah" was from Don't Try Suicide, at the beginning. Is it from Action This Day's second chorus?
"You don't fool me: 1991 (although it is discussed it is from the Hot Space sessions, which I doubt)"
Nah, it just says in the GHIII booklet that it sounds like the kind of thing they did in the Hot Space sessions in 82.