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We might shift a song here or there, but we would come to an agreement, so the listening experience had a continuum on one side and then you would flip the record over to something else on the other side." "My dad blew my mind when I was six years old because he built his own Gramophone," Stewart recalls.
"He had the albums for every Rodgers & Hammerstein musical and he switched his homebuilt record player on and you heard this crackling sound and then 'Boom!
I loved being in the studio because it's just a place to be free and create.
I couldn't sit down and think 'We're going to make a No.1 record. "Some people think they can, but I don't think we thought in those terms. We'd take our references from fashion and the art world, mainly because of the people we were knocking around with...
But I think that Freddie wrote a song 'Bohemian' influenced by cover version by Eric Clapton in 1974. He's saying how he "killed" his old innocent self."Mama, life had just begun- but now i've gone and thrown it all away"Still talking to Mary, he says how the old him was still young and he feels like he only just started dating people like Mary- but now he just threw that person away."Mama, ooh- didn't mean to make you cry.."Here he's more emotional and he's trying to apologize to Mary- saying that he really didn't want to hurt her."..
Eric came back from the rehab of heroin and alcohol addiction, with a new album '461 Ocean Boulevard' which including a single 'I Shot The Sheriff'. If i'm not back again this time tomorrow- carry on, carry on- as if nothing really matters"By "i'm", he may mean his old self- the one who she loved and the one who loved her.
Because he chose a cover version, 'I Shot The Sheriff', by introducing reggae music to the world and released as a single and became a big hit at that time. What he followed was that he paid attention to the song itself 'I Shot the Sheriff', especially the lyrics of the song, I think. Because the lyrics was very impressive and he wanted to write a song like this. This theme of no one caring about him, is not only a huge theme in the song- but also in Freddie''s real life.
You need to have a strong partner in all that, it's like sailing in a little dinghy through a stormy sea." Lennox says of the vinyl format: "When I was very young, we had a salmon pink Dansette record player.
Someone gave me birthday money and the first record I think I bought was Mary Poppins followed by Procul Harum's "Both records are magical and transporting.
So we always gave a lot of thought to the running order of the songs on our records.
Dave would write his running order and I would write mine.Because the lyrics or the story of the song was very impressive and he liked it a lot! He also may mean that it's his time to make seperate ways with Mary, as much as he did love her.