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20th anniversary of Freddie Mercury’s death

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  1. We still love you, Farri. I wish you’d lived long enough to strip to your own music, darling. Thinking of you always xxx

  2. theotherone 24 Nov 2011, 12:59pm

    a great artist and a great loss.

  3. Still listen to his music to this day and still belive he was one of the true entertianers….
    Freddie….Gone, But Never Forgotten

  4. jamestoronto 24 Nov 2011, 1:36pm

    Were he alive to-day what would his music say because the music he did give us resonates around the world still. A great artist lost far far to early.

  5. Jock S. Trap 24 Nov 2011, 4:32pm

    One of the greats, missed but very much not forgotten!!

  6. The show still goes on. It has been 20 years, but I celebrate your music as much as I ever did.
    Keep the heavens ringing with your talent

  7. Lord Botley 24 Nov 2011, 7:47pm

    A great singer and song-writer. RIP.

  8. “Don’t stop me now” never Freddie. Never. God’s gift to us. Thank you. Love you always.

  9. Bohemian Rhapsody is one of the testaments to the timeless appeal of Freddy Mercury.

    Three weeks ago a young mechanic working on my car came alive and started to sing it into his crescent wrench when it came on local radio.

    You like that? “oh yeah it’s awesome, too bad he doesn’t record any more!” I wonder if he googled him as I suggested.

    Fortunately his legacy was happy memories and timelss music.

  10. 45 so young :-(

  11. Brandt Hardin 26 Nov 2011, 2:26am

    Freddie touched the entire world with his love-embracing energy and lyrics. 20 years after his death, I paid tribute to him on my artist’s blog with a new portrait at http://dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2011/11/killer-queen-portrait-of-freddie.html This new work of art is inspired by the words of many of Queen’s songs.

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