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This page includes details of all releases
containing collaboration tracks, which were produced by or
feature Freddie, and all related releases, which contain either
exclusive songs or exclusive versions of songs.
Releases containing tracks which feature Freddie as well as Brian, Roger or John can be found in the Queen Collaborations Discography.
(entries are arranged alphabetically by artist)
There Must Be More To Life Than This (1983)
Album: Forever (CD, double CD) [gallery]
This is a Queen version of the track, and was produced using elements from demos recorded by Queen, and demos recorded by Freddie and Michael Jackson. It was released on 'Forever', a 2014 compilation album of Queen tracks.
Lady With The Tenor Sax, Love Is The Hero (1986)
Album: Enough Is Enough (LP) [gallery]
Album: Sixteen Strokes - The Best Of Billy Squier (CD) (includes the album version of 'Love Is The Hero') (USA only)
Album: Absolute Hits (CD) (includes the album version of 'Love Is The Hero') (USA only)
Album: Reach For The Sky - The Anthology (CD) (USA only) [gallery]
Single: Love Is The Hero, Learn How To Live (live) (7") [gallery]
Single: Love Is The Hero (extended version), Learn How To Live (live) (12")
Boxed Set: Freddie Mercury: Solo (10CD/2DVD) (includes a 'work in progress' mix of 'Lady With The Tenor Sax' and the 12" version of 'Love Is The Hero') [gallery]
See also the entries in the Queen and Brian May discographies.
Ada, Alabama Song, Heart Be Still, I've Been To Hell And Back, Jackie, Ragtime Piano Joe, The Annual Penguin Show, The Day The Talkies Came, The Saddest Clown and Vamp (1977)
Album: This One's On Me (LP) (contains all tracks) [gallery]
Album: Pre Oradined (CD) (contains poor-quality versions of Heart Be Still, I've Been To Hell And Back, The Day The Talkies Came and Vamp) [gallery]
Single: Ragtime Piano Joe, The Saddest Clown (7")
Single: Jackie, I've Been To Hell And Back (7")
(entries are arranged alphabetically by title)
Little Freddie Goes To School
Download: This song was composed by Stuart Leathem, and features vocals by Esther Trousdale and Freddie. Freddie's vocals are taken from the solo tracks 'When This Tired Old Body Wants To Sing', 'Let's Turn It On' and 'The Golden Boy'. The download includes the single version and the radio mix.
LP/CD/Cassette: Includes the single version of 'Love Kills'. Released in the UK, USA, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Argentina, Venezuela, and possibly South Africa and Hong Kong.
Video/DVD/Blu-ray: Contains an exclusive short, early version of 'Love Kills'.
LP/CD: Contains a different mix of 'Foolin' Around'. Released in the UK, USA, Japan, Germany, Portugal, Brazil and Argentina.
The Best Of Tim Rice
CD: This is the only CD release of the single version of 'The Golden Boy'.
The Dave Clark Five And Beyond - Glad All Over
This is a two hour documentary on the band and later career, and includes a lengthy section about the 'Time' musical, including archive interviews with Freddie. Released in the USA on DVD and Blu-ray only.
Full details of the documentary can be found on the 'Time - The Musical' page.
Double LP. Contains the original versions of 'In My Defence' and 'Time' (in two parts). Released in the UK, USA, Brazil, Argentina and Australia.
iTunes Download : Act 1 (as the first LP above, containing 'In My Defence' and the first part of 'Time')
iTunes Download : Act 2 (as the second LP above, containing the reprise of 'Time')
Footage from the musical itself, and interviews, can be seen in 'The Dave Clark Five And Beyond - Glad All Over' documentary above.
LP/CD. Contains 'Hold On' by Freddie and Jo Dare. Released in Germany and Brazil.
The film has probably also been released on video/DVD in Germany and maybe elsewhere.