Freddie Mercury, Michael Jackson Duets Expected to be Released This Fall
According to Queen guitarist Brian May, “something to hear” from Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson will be released sometime this fall.
The presumed duets will be recordings from a time when the duo attempted to work together at Jackson’s California home in 1983. The pair quit before they finished due to both scheduling issues and some artistic differences that reportedly involved Jackson bringing a llama to the studio (Mercury was not pleased).
These tracks have been rumored to be released before, however this time they will be revamped by Queen’s Roger Taylor and Brian May. May described the experience of reworking the tracks as “Exciting, challenging, emotionally taxing. But cool.”
There is no official release date for the tracks, but stay tuned.
(via Daily Mail)
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