- Nov 28, 2003
Its like the 3rd disc of King of Pop
George Michael's Ladies & Gentlemen sort of does the opposite. Because it features around a dozen tracks that didn't feature on albums, it feels like a double album to me.
Well yes, that is my point. I tend to agree with you about Queen III. It's milking it a bit.Yeah but they're all legitimate GM songs. He had very few actual albums (2 with Wham! And 4 x solo (and L&G was before Patience), but he did a lot of non-album one off singles that were all hits so deserve a place on a GH compilation.
But Queen's GHIII had songs that Queen never released on any single or album.
Check out the version by The Band. Gorgeous. The singer Richard Manuel was battling an horrific depression and alcohol battle at the time too, making it a much sadder songAlso, I know it's not a Queen song but FM solo, but I found a new love for The Great Pretender this year. Keep playing it, and yes I do sing-along.
Of course the original by The Platters is also sublime.