Song - Freddie's, Queen's?
Album - in different studios since tracks came from very different sessions from The Game's 'till post-Innuendo's, incl. Freddie and Roger's solo recordings.
Song (Queen's version) - vocal in Munich (Germany), Musicland. The rest - Montreux (Switzerland), Mountain Studios perhaps.
ok u guys didnt understand me
In order to write made in heaven's songs
Queen flew to someplace which in this place they wrote the song
by the way, in this place we can find freddie's statue
what is the place name???
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It's A Beautiful Day- THE GAME session (1979/80)
Made in Heaven- Mr. Bad Guy (1985)
Let Me Live (well... 1981? 1983?)
Mother Love- Montreaux'91 session...
My Life Has Been Saved- "Scandal" B-side (1988)
I Was Born To Love You- Mr. Bad Guy (1985)
Heaven For Everyone (1986 started, the vocals taken from Cross recording)
Too Much Love Will Kill You- MIRACLE sessions (1988)
You Don't Fool Me- Montreaux'91 session...
A Winter's Tale- Montreaux'91 session...
<font color=charm>Alex Solan wrote: John: "...Let Me Live (well... 1981? 1983?)"
Maybe some roots on mid 70's sessions?
Oh God I hate this question because there are so many answers!
The official answer from IQFC: "Let Me Live" – began life as "Another Piece Of My Heart" - an original demo with Rod Stewart recorded Los Angeles, September 1983 during The Works Sessions.
There are various published photographs from this session, which has appeared in a number of Queen books, but I can't think of any titles off the top of my head.
However, Rod Stewart claims that the original idea was much older - and came from a mid '70's idea for a band called "Hair, Nose And Teeth" which included Elton John (hair), Rod Stewart (nose), and Freddie Mercury (teeth).
The only problem is that we don't know if this idea got any further than just an idea, or, if as Rod suggested, they actual did some demo work together at that time.