Brian May says he’s not a fan-queen hit AIDS Severity

The legendary guitarist admitted to Guitar Player Magazine, “I didn’t really get it at the beginning, I wasn’t entirely comfortable with what Freddie was singing back then”

“I found it a little too frivolous given the dangers of AIDS and other things”

The 73 However, Mai soon changed his mind: “But over time I realized that it gave people great joy”

Originally part of the band’s 1978 album Jazz, the legendary track was released as a single a year later alongside hits like Fat Bottomed Girls and Bicycle Race. The first AIDS cases were diagnosed in the early 1980s

Recalling the instinctive talent of the Queen’s frontman, May said, “I think Freddie had an amazing talent: he could push the button to do things that make people a little more lively”

He touched the unfathomable success of the world-famous hit and said: “It’s a phenomenon, this song”

“I’ve seen it played at all sorts of functions. It’s the most requested song on bachelorette and bachelorette parties, marriages, weddings and funerals – just because it’s fun”

May 73 added, “I don’t have a fight with this now – I enjoy playing it on stage”

“It’s wonderful that everyone wants to sing. When they sing with us, they are expressing their own joy and determination to get the most out of their lives and move on and not get knocked down by things”

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Weltnachrichten – FI – Brian May initially thought the Queen hit “Don’t Stop Me Now” was “a bit funky”

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