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FREDDIE MERCURY: LOVER OF LIFE, SINGER OF SONGS - THE VERY BEST OF FREDDIE MERCURY SOLO

Lover of Life, Singer of Songs (with the subtitle The Very Best of Freddie Mercury Solo) is a compilation album of Freddie Mercury's solo songs. It was released (except in the U.S.) on 4 September 2006, the day before Mercury's 60th Birthday. It was released on 21 November 2006 in the U.S, three days before the 15th anniversary of Mercury's death.

Tracklist:

1.In My Defence (2000 Remix) 2.The Great Pretender (Original 1987 Single Version) 3.Living On My Own (1993 Radio Mix) 4.Made In Heaven 5.Love Kills (Original 1984 Single Version) 6.There Must Be More To Life Than This 7.Guide Me Home 8.How Can I Go On 9.Foolin' Around (Steve Brown Remix) 10.Time 11.Barcelona 12.Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow 13.I Was Born To Love You 14.The Golden Boy 15.Mr. Bad Guy 16.The Great Pretender (Malouf Remix) 17.Love Kills (Star Rider Remix) 18.I Can Hear Music (1973 Single) 19.Goin' Back (1973 B-Side) 20.Guide Me Home (Piano Version)

Lineup:

Freddie Mercury - arranger, composer, piano, primary artist, producer, synthesizer, vocal arrangement, vocals, vocals (background), Madeline Bell - vocals (background), Debbie Bishop - vocals (background), Montserrat Caballé - primary artist, Barry Castle - horn, John Christie - composer, vocals (background), Curt Cress - drums, Lance Ellington - vocals (background), Harold Fisher - drums, Graham Jarvis - drums, Deborah Ann Johnston - violin, Alan Rankin Jones - bass, Homi Kanga - violin, Thierry Lang - primary artist, producer, Laurie Lewis - violin, Fred Mandel - guitar, piano, synthesizer, Mike Moran - arranger, composer, keyboards, piano, producer, Brett Morgan - drums, Andrew Pask - bass, Frank Ricotti - percussion, Ray Russell - guitar, Miriam Stockley - vocals (background), Peter Straker - vocals (background), Paul Vincent - guitar, Mark Williamson - vocals (background), Stephan Wissnet - assistant, bass, drum programming, Kurzweil 250, Carol Woods - vocals (background)

Release date: September 4, 2006