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Take a look at what many artists like Rod Stewart, Jeff Beck, or Led Zeppelin were doing in their album in 1975. because both stories of the song are very similar, Very ! It says that 'Mama, I killed a man, I don't wanna die, I got to go'. I think that Freddie just wanted to write a song like 'I Shot The Sheriff'. For those with a sense of humor who enjoy parodies, here is the Flintstone-ian Rhapsody: Is this a modernor stone-age family? Sends shivers down my spine, body's aching all the time"Here he's admitting to himself that it's his time- he can no longer deny that he is more attracted to men.Because the lyrics or the story of the song was very impressive and he liked it a lot! He also may mean that it's his time to make seperate ways with Mary, as much as he did love her.Because he chose a cover version, 'I Shot The Sheriff', by introducing reggae music to the world and released as a single and became a big hit at that time. What he followed was that he paid attention to the song itself 'I Shot the Sheriff', especially the lyrics of the song, I think. Because the lyrics was very impressive and he wanted to write a song like this. This theme of no one caring about him, is not only a huge theme in the song- but also in Freddie''s real life.

The "anyway the wind blows" line can also mean that he's careless, but if you look deeper into it, it may even be code for the whole gay/straight thing.Record Collector is a magazine dedicated to vinyl that publishes a Rare Record Price Guide.While, as out list below shows, the world's most valuable vinyl records are all incredibly rare, even well-known albums can grow in value.'The key is condition: if you are the sort of person who treated these albums like they were made of glass and didn’t take them to parties, or rarely played them, they will be worth more today', he said.'And hardcore collectors like first pressings: if you went to the shop to buy your copy of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon on the day it was released, it’s probably worth more than one bought a year later.'Ian Shirley, editor of the Rare Record Price Guide, says that, despite their popularity, some of music history's greatest albums can grow in value and change hands for around £30 to £50 - but condition is key.'Most of the stuff you see listed as "mint" is actually just "excellent".), or DVD differs from VHS, or Apple computers differ from IBM (not compatible! Dealers and beginning collectors should know at least this ONE THING about Diamond Discs. Moreover, Victor products cannot be played on an Edison disc machine unless the machine has a special adapter. The radius for Edison styli is 3.5 mils or .0035 inches (according to files at the Edison National Historic Site), though some collectors claim that 3.3 mils also gets good results.Edison's discs cannot be played on Victrolas--I mean those wonderful cabinet machines made by the Victor Talking Machine Company. Edison's company made "lateral" soundboxes (to play non-Edison discs, such as Victor 78s--Diamond Discs are called "vertical"). Edison discs are as interesting as Blue Amberol cylinders.The top 10 also features Happy Monday's 1990 album Thrills, Pills and Bellyaches and The Sex Pistols 1977 debut Nevermind the Bollocks.