Most of the songs released by the British band The Queen have become international hits. The band members performed on the largest scenes of the world, and the vocal-only version of the rock band leaves us speechless.
“Bohemian Rhapsody” was released in 1975. Composed by Freddie Mercury, the song is part of the album “A Night at the Opera”. The interpretation brings into evidence the amazing voices of the band’s artists, and the harmonies that only a musician like Freddie Mercury can bring to life.
The song is six minutes long, and consists of several sections of vocal interpretation: an introduction, a ballad, an opera-like fragment, a segment of hard rock, and a grand ending. The song belongs to the genre of progressive rock trending in the 1970s, and it became one of the best-selling singles of all time, with over 6 million copies sold around the world.
Without the instrumental background, the voices of the band members bring into evidence the beauty of this immortal song. This special version of the song uses the original audio recording and part of the fantastic guitar solo by Brian May.