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Now for the first time, fans are offered an in-depth look at one of rock musics seminal records with the Classic Albums DVD Queen The Making Of A Night At The Opera.
BRAND NEW INTERVIEWS with guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor.
COMMENTARY by original producer Roy Thomas Baker.
ARCHIVAL PERFORMANCE and INTERVIEW FOOTAGE with late lead singer Freddie Mercury.
INTERVIEWS and GUEST COMMENTARY by guitarists Joe Perry (Aerosmith), Nuno Bettencourt (Extreme), Ian Hunter (Mott The Hoople) and many more.
NEW ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCES of 39 and Love Of My Life by Brian May.
DRUM and ACOUSTIC DEMONSTRATIONS of I m In Love With My Car from Roger Taylor.
ANALYSIS OF THE RECORDING PROCESS of all12 tracks on the album.
I liked Queen but never knew details about them. This was very informative in uncovering how a classic 70's album was made..Published 6 months ago by Munkman
Great, informative (like all the Classic Albums series DVDs), & enjoyable to watch. I have a newfound appreciation for Brian May AND Roger Taylor AND John Deacon AND Freddie! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Daniel J. Buchanan
For those who like Queen this is a very interesting documentary. How the songs were compose and the motivation of the creators. May and Roy Thomas Baker reveal backstage stories. Read morePublished 14 months ago by H. Justo
I have been a fan of the album since it came out. The documentary was fascinating. I makes you appreciated the talent of these guys knowing that the album was not created with any... Read morePublished 14 months ago by K. Trent
I thought this was pretty disappointing, as it was more talking about the technical makings of a few songs than actual videos of the songs. Read morePublished 14 months ago by boy's mom
I love Queen and the more bits of trivia I find - the better! This DVD was great in the details of each song - actually, not just the details - but the whole experience and... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Victoria M. Liessmann