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B Open your eyes, look up to the skies and see. Navai — А если это любовь? Это стандартная проверка безопасности, которую мы проводим, чтобы предотвратить отправку автоматических запросов. Bohemian Rhapsody Songtext Is this the real life? Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the Fandango? Easy come, easy go, will you let me go? No, we will not let you go! We will not let you go!
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Ansonsten vielen Dank für den Text ! Log dich ein um diese Funktion zu nutzen. It’s time to separate the two once and for all in Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. What actually happened in the ode to iconic rock band Queen? And what historical details got fudged for the sake of fantasy? Their lead singer quits, and Mercury immediately inserts himself into the mix. This band, of course, will eventually become Queen.
In real life, Mercury was a fan of the band for awhile. He was even friends with the original singer, who left the band in much less dramatic circumstances. Mercury expressed interest in performing with them during their entire run, and when the singer quit, they invited Mercury pleasantly. The film shows Queen’s first official show as Queen taking place in 1970. Providing the spine of their bangers? But Bohemian Rhapsody doesn’t have its baseline quite correct. In real life, Deacon didn’t join the band until 1971.
Queen actually tried three other bass players before they landed on Deacon. Mary Austin was a centrally important figure to Mercury’s life. Quite the busy night for Mercury! Austin and May dated for some time before parting amicably. It’s a very cute casting choice, we’ll give it that. While Foster is a pure invention, most folks think he’s based on Roy Featherstone, chief of Queen’s record label EMI. They have a melancholy conversation and part ways for quite awhile.
Later, Mercury looks Hutton up in the phone book, and they begin dating. Hutton was a hairdresser at the Savoy Hotel who ran into Mercury at London nightclub Heaven. Hutton did indeed reject Mercury at first — but it was quick and direct, nothing like the quiet, pathos-filled phone call we see in the movie. 4 million record deal with CBS to go solo. The fallout, already exacerbated by tensions, causes the band to fall apart. Even worse — it’s all before their 1985 Live Aid performance.
Will they come back together in time? But only because they never fell apart to begin with: they mutually agreed to take a small break after getting burnt out on touring. Drummer Roger Taylor and May actually put out solo records before Mercury! They also both appeared on Mercury’s first solo single! Bohemian Rhapsody shows the Live Aid performance as a highly dramatic reunion, a miniature underdog story. Queen hasn’t played together in a long time. They have to put their nose to the grindstone, rehearse half to death, and get their groove back. A great story — just not a true one. In real life, they had just finished recording and going on a world tour for 1984 album The Works when they got offered the Live Aid show. Live Aid was only eight weeks after their last Works show. They were very well-rehearsed and on great terms!
In a scene both heartbreaking and inspiring, we watch as Mercury, at the final rehearsal before Live Aid, tells the band that he is HIV-positive. He doesn’t want to announce it publicly, however, preferring to focus on the positivity of his music and work. Mercury didn’t learn about his HIV diagnosis until 1986 or 1987, after the Live Aid concert. So he couldn’t have had this conversation with the band at this time. The movie did get Mercury’s privacy correct: He didn’t announce his AIDS battle publicly until the day before his 1991 death. Queen is, expectedly, a bit surprised and overwhelmed! But did Mercury pull this stunt in real life? The members of Queen had a bunch of songs ready when they had an opportunity to cut a demo at De Lane Lea Studios. And they didn’t do it in one night. It was a pretty normal recording process.