Showing posts with label Farrokh Bulsara. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Farrokh Bulsara. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Bohemian Rhapsody, the movie

I am not usually excited about movies, as I haven't watched many lately; however, I really want to see this movie. There is speculation about its release, but I am hearing from sources that it will be released sometime around Fall of this year. I would assume October or November.
 
 
 
This is the trailer for Bohemian Rhapsody. If you cannot see the trailer, simply click here to watch it now. Rami Malek is going to be play Farrokh Bulsara (Freddie Mercury) and I am really looking forward to what he does with the role. Originally, Sasha Baron Cohen was going to be play Freddie, but was later dropped for reasons unknown. I would assume Cohen would deliver an epic character of Mercury, but it is hard to say if the remaining band members would agree due to his comedic background.

This movie was planned over a decade ago, so I can understand if the band is finicky in regards to who they want to play the roles of their characters including Freddie himself. There is obviously a reason they chose Malek over Cohen and based on this trailer, Malek definitely did a great job. If this trailer epitomizes what we can expect to see, I think Malek just may polish an Oscar in the near future.
 
Queen is one of the greatest bands to exist and Freddie Mercury is one of the greatest artists of all time. He lost his life way too soon. I cannot wait to see Bohemian Rhapsody, as I am looking forward to doing so in the Fall.

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Top 10 best Queen songs

Queen is an English rock band. Formed in the early 70s, they are one of the world's best-selling music artists. Queen's number one lead singer Farrokh Bulsara aka Freddie Mercury fronted the band up until his death in 1991. Since then, the band has has collaborated with everyone from Paul Rodgers of Bad Company and Adam Lambert. With almost 20 number one albums and number one singles, Queen officially became members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001. The question remains, what are the best Queen songs?
 
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Friday, September 5, 2014

Today Is Freddie Mercury's Birthday

 
Happy Birthday Farrokh Bulsara! In my opinion, there is no other artist in the world like Freddie. He had the voice, the artistry, the personality, and the charisma. His style and image was one thing, however, every time he opened his mouth, you knew it was him singing and as a result, he had unbelievable projection because he made you believe what he was singing about. Freddie delivered vocally through every single performance.
 
If I had to choose my top 10 favorite songs by Freddie Mercury/Queen, I really couldn't, however; my favorites right now include: 
 
In My Defence
Bohemian Rhapsody
Who Wants To Live Forever
The Show Must Go On
I Want To Break Free
Barcelona
There Must Be More To Life Than This
It's Late
Mr. Bad Guy
Thank God It's Christmas
Deliliah
The March Of The Black Queen
Princes Of the Universe
Living On My Own
Foolin' Around
Radio Ga Ga
Liar
Funny How Love Is
A Kind Of Magic
Save Me
Let's Turn It On
Somebody To Love
We Are The Champions
You And I
Don't Try Suicide
It's A Hard Life
Jesus
Under Pressure
 
You may be gone, but you are never going to be forgotten in this life time. Happy Birthday Freddie!