The Dame - Miracle album flac
- Album: Miracle
- FLAC: 1435 mb | MP3: 1709 mb
- Released: 1986
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This New Musical - NOTRE DAME tells the story of Quasimodo, the legendary Hunchback of Notre Dame
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Recording started in January 1988 and lasted for an entire year
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Veröffentlicht am 1989. I Want It All. Khashoggi's Ship.
The Notre Dame Miracle.
The Miracle is the thirteenth album by British rock band Queen, released in 1989. It was recorded as the band recovered from Brian May's marital problems and Freddie Mercury's AIDS diagnosis (which was, though known to the band, not publicised at the time). Recording started in January 1988 and lasted twelve months. The album was originally going to be called The Invisible Men, but three weeks before the release, according to Roger Taylor, they decided to change the name to The Miracle.
Vitas photoshoot for the Philosophy of Miracle album (2001). Watching ‘The Miracle’ for the first time in maybe five years had me in tears. I can’t explain why but perharps juxtaposing Freddie, who in hindsight we now know had only a limited life left, with the young child who had his whole life ahead of him was why I found it so affecting. The band didn’t have a great deal to do in this shoot and only had to act as they normally performed on stage.
The Miracle’ is the third track to Queen’s The Miracle album, released in 1989. It also gives the album it’s name. The album was recorded during guitarist Brian May’s marital issues, and is also the first album produced following frontman Freddie Mercury’s diagnosis confirming he was AIDS positive in 1987. The idea for the song came from Mercury and bassist John Deacon, who wrote the basic chord structure for the song.