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Jazz is the seventh studio album by the British rock band Queen. Produced by Roy Thomas Bakerthe album artwork was suggested by Roger Taylorwho previously saw a similar design painted on the Berlin Wall. Jazz has sold over five million copies worldwide. It was released as a single in The lyrics consist of English, ArabicPersian and possibly a Think Again - Minor Threat - Complete Discography of invented words.

Some understandable words are "Mustapha", "Ibrahim" and the phrases " AllahAllah, Allah will pray for you", " salaam alaykum " and "alaykum salaam". In live performances, November 1981) - Queen - Jazz as the performance on Live KillersMercury would often sing the opening vocals of "Mustapha" in place of the complex introduction to "Bohemian Rhapsody", going from "Allah, will pray for you" to "Mama, just killed a man However, sometimes the band performed an almost French Kiss - Were The Right Combination version of the song, with Mercury at the piano.

On stage Mercury sang the entire song, with Roger Taylor and May doing harmonies. Both guitar and bass are played in drop-D tuning for this song, a rarity for Queen. The guitar had been given a replacement hardwood bridge, chiselled flat, with a small piece of fret wire placed between it and the strings, which lay gently above.

The strings produce the "buzzing" effect of a sitar. All vocals were recorded by Mercury. It is one of the few songs by Deacon where May plays all the guitars. The song also contains November 1981) - Queen - Jazz reference to their tour manager, Gerry Stickells with the line "Hey! If you need a fix, if you want a high, Stickells will see to that. The idea of a guitar riff in parallel sixths was re-used later in the Innuendo track, "The Hitman".

Performed at high tempo for Queen, it was considered by fans to be an ideal live number, but was curiously never played in concert; May would only incorporate snippets of it in his guitar solos during the Jazz Tour.

The song resembles " Keep Yourself Alive " from Queen's self-titled debut album. In the last chorus, the words "keep yourself alive" are sung, and in the lyrics attached to the album, those words are written in capitals.

The song ends with the sound of a thunderbolt, followed by Mercury screaming "You're dead! The album's liner notes credit the thunderbolt to God. Deacon also played acoustic and electric guitar on this song. The arrangement for the concert version was completely different, with May and Taylor doing vocal brasses.

Taylor did the lead vocals, while Mercury was backup. November 1981) - Queen - Jazz used Syndrum pads and played most of the instruments. It can be seen as a precursor to " Another One Bites the Dust ", especially with the intro of this track. His voice was sped up for the bridge. It was a top ten hit single in the UK and is one of Queen's most famous songs.

May's only input is a short guitar solo and backing vocals. The song was used in the famous bar scene of the motion picture Shaun of the Dead. The American release did not include the poster, but did include an Let Me Entertain You (Live In Montreal form for it.

Reviewing for Rolling Stone inDave November 1981) - Queen - Jazz panned Jazz as November 1981) - Queen - Jazz of the same dull pastiche" from Queen, who he said displayed "elitist notions" with some of their musical choices and lyrics.

Marsh said "Fat Bottomed Girls" treated women "not as sex objects but as objects, period the way the band regards people in general ", and finished November 1981) - Queen - Jazz famously tagging Queen "the first truly fascist rock band". In a retrospective assessment, Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic described it as "one of their sleekest albums.

When Loudersound ranked every Queen album from best to worst, Jazz came fourth, as they felt it presented "some of the most satisfying moments in Queen's career. Rolling Stone subsequently featured it on their list of 10 Classic Albums Rolling Stone Initially Pannedindicating they now regarded the album as a "classic.

On 8 Novemberrecord company Universal Music announced a remastered and expanded reissue of the album set for release in March This was part of a new record deal between Queen and Universal Music, which meant Queen's association with EMI Records would come to an end after almost 40 years. All Queen albums were remastered and reissued in The deluxe edition contains five additional tracks on a separate EP. The second batch of albums the band's middle five albums were released in June The reissue corrected the tape glitch at Sucker For A Pretty Face - Eric Martin Band - Sucker For A Pretty Face beginning of Fat Bottomed Girls which had been present on all previous compact disc editions of the album as well as compilation album Queen Rockshowever it also added a previously unused kick-drum part to the track Jealousymaking the track sound drastically different from all previous releases.

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  2. Jazz is the seventh studio album by the British rock band Queen. It was released on 10 November by EMI Records in the United Kingdom and by Elektra Records in the United States. Produced by Roy Thomas Baker, the album artwork was suggested by Roger Taylor, who previously saw a similar design painted on the Berlin Wall. [5]Genre: Hard rock, heavy metal, pop, arena rock.
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