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Brian May

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Brian May is the current lead guitarist of the rock band Queen. He was the co-founder of the band alongside Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor, although the first band he performed in was his own band called Smile in 1968. The band included Roger Taylor, who ended up with Queen when they were formed in 1970.

May worked on some side projects and solo music between 1983 and 1999. He finished his first solo album called Back to the Light within a year of the death of Mercury.

Aside from his music career, he also has a PhD in astrophysics.

Genre

Rock

Labels

Hollywood
Parlophone

Artist Website Link: https://www.bonjovi.com/

Discography

Queen:

“Keep Yourself Alive” (1973) vocal bridge with Taylor, rest sung by Mercury
“Some Day, One Day” (1974)
“She Makes Me (Stormtrooper in Stilettoes)” (1974)
“’39” (1975)
“Good Company” (1975)
“Long Away” (1976)
“All Dead, All Dead” (1977)
“Sleeping on the Sidewalk” (1977)
“Fat Bottomed Girls” (1978) chorus vocals
“Leaving Home Ain’t Easy” (1978)
“Sail Away Sweet Sister” (1980) Mercury sings the bridge
“Flash” (1980) with Freddie Mercury
“Put Out the Fire” lead on falsetto lines
“Las Palabras de Amor” (1982) harmony vocals on chorus
“I Go Crazy” (1984) lead bridge vocals
“Who Wants to Live Forever” (1986) first verse, harmony and other lines throughout
“I Want It All” (1989) with Mercury
“Lost Opportunity” (1991)
“Mother Love” (1995) lead vocals on final verse
“Let Me Live” (1995) lead vocals on third verse
“No-One but You” (1997) with Taylor

Solo:

Back to the Light (1992)
Another World (1998)
Furia (2000) soundtrack
New Horizons (Ultima Thule Mix)

MultiTracks

Killer (Brian May guitar only) – Queen

Bohemian Rhapsody (making of ft Brian May, Roger Taylor) – Queen

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