Annotation

This release differs from the other 11 track Queen II release in that it has significant track length differences for track 9 and 10. Presumably track 10 'features the last verse of the album track "The March Of The Black Queen" as an intro' (please confirm) as with the releases single.

Annotation last modified on 2009-10-01 06:58 .

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Procession
4 1:13
2 Father to Son
4 6:12
3 White Queen (As It Began)
4 4:35
4 Some Day One Day
3 4:21
5 The Loser in the End
3.65 4:01
6 Ogre Battle
5 4:08
7 The Fairy Feller’s Master‐Stroke
4 2:40
8 Nevermore
4.35 1:18
9 The March of the Black Queen
6:04
10 Funny How Love Is
3:16
11 Seven Seas of Rhye
3.55 2:49

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar:
John Deacon (1973-08) (track 2)
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (1973-08) (tracks 2–5)
drums (drum set):
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (1973-08) (tracks 2–7, 11)
bass guitar:
John Deacon (1973-08) (tracks 2–8, 11)
gong:
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (1973-08) (track 6)
tambourine:
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (1973-08) (track 11)
guitar:
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (1973-08) (tracks 1, 6–8, 11)
electric guitar:
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (1973-08) (tracks 2–5)
percussion:
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (1973-08) (track 7)
piano:
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (1973-08) (track 2)
Freddie Mercury (1973-08) (tracks 2, 7–8, 11)
harpsichord:
Freddie Mercury (1973-08) (track 7)
marimba:
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (1973-08) (track 5)
bass drum:
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (1973-08) (track 1)
additional producer:
Robin Geoffrey Cable (tracks 1–8, 11)
Queen (UK rock group) (tracks 1–8, 11)
background vocals:
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (1973-08) (tracks 2, 4–8, 11)
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (1973-08) (tracks 2, 4, 6–8, 11)
Freddie Mercury (1973-08) (tracks 2–4, 6–8)
composer:
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (tracks 1–4)
Freddie Mercury (tracks 6–11)
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 5)
engineer:
Mike Stone (producer 60’s–80’s) (tracks 1–8, 11)
guest castanets:
Roy Thomas Baker (producer) (1973-08) (track 7)
lead vocals:
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (1973-08) (track 5)
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (1973-08) (track 4)
Freddie Mercury (1973-08) (tracks 2–3, 6–8, 11)
lyricist:
Brian May (Queen guitarist) (tracks 2–4)
Freddie Mercury (tracks 6–11)
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (track 5)
other vocals [screams]:
Roger Taylor (Queen drummer) (1973-08) (tracks 6–7)
Freddie Mercury (1973-08) (track 6)
phonographic copyright by:
Queen (UK rock group) (1974) (track 11)
producer:
Roy Thomas Baker (producer) (tracks 1–8, 11)
Queen (UK rock group) (tracks 1–8, 11)
phonographic copyright by:
Trident Audio Productions Ltd. (1974) (tracks 1–8, 11)
Queen Productions Ltd. (company and copyright holder, do not use as an imprint or release label) (2011) (tracks 1–8, 11)
publisher:
Queen Music Ltd. (tracks 2, 11)
engineered at:
Trident Studios (London, UK) in Soho, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom (tracks 1–8, 11)
recorded at:
Trident Studios (London, UK) in Soho, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom (1973-08) (tracks 1–8, 11)
later translated versions:
Nirvana (Spanish version of Queen's "Seven Seas of Rhye") (track 11)
part of:
We Will Rock You (Queen musical) (tracks 6, 11)
We Will Rock You (German version of the Queen musical) (tracks 6, 11)
recording of:
Funny How Love Is (track 10)
Father to Son (Queen) (1973-08) (track 2)
Nevermore (1973-08) (track 8)
Ogre Battle (1973-08) (track 6)
Procession (1973-08) (track 1)
Seven Seas of Rhye… (1973-08) (track 11)
Some Day One Day (1973-08) (track 4)
The Loser in the End (1973-08) (track 5)
White Queen (As It Began) (1973-08) (track 3)