Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Michael Jackson Freddie Mercury Duets Uncovered

Previously unheard duets from Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury soon to be released.
Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury collaboration tracks from 1983 will be released in just a couple of months time.
Queen guitarist Brian May has revealed that he's working on and plans to release previously unheard material from Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury and pop star Michael Jackson. The surfacing of the dead icons' collaboration will mark 30 years since they were originally recorded in 1983, but May and pop producer supremo William Orbit have worked together to tweak and remaster the songs - one would assume - for digital age optimisation.
The tracks in question were reportedly recorded three decades ago at Jackson's home studio in Encino, California, before the pair fell out after Jackson decided to bring a llama into the studio. Yup, the duet tracks could well be llama-inspired, after Freddie's manager Jim "Miami" Beach reportedly got a call from the British star, having said; "Mercury rang me and said: 'Miami, dear, can you get over here? You've got to get me out of here; I'm recording with a llama.'"
However, representatives from Jackson's estate have contested the report, saying the pair fell out after failing to arrange additional recording sessions. The 'Thriller' star died in 2009 after being administered with an overdose of the anaesthetic drug Propofol, with an ongoing court caseinvolving Jackson's family suing his comeback tour company for negligence.
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Anonymous said...

cant wait to hear the two greats

Anonymous said...

the pair fell out after Jackson decided to bring a llama into the studio

^ I don't need to know anything more about this debacle. FOH

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