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Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy" is the eighth track from the British rock band Queen's 1976 album A Day at the Races, written by Freddie Mercury. It was also featured as a track on the 1977 release Queen's First EP. It was one of several British music hall-inspired songs composed by members of the band.

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Background and composition

The song begins with a piano and vocal introduction by Mercury, then continues, with the bass and drums adding on, at the start of the chorus. The second verse is sung, followed by another chorus. At this point, the drums, bass and guitar drop out, which then leads into the bridge, sung by Mercury and Mike Stone. Following the Brian May guitar solo, another verse is sung, and then the chorus ends the track.

The song describes how "a good old-fashioned lover boy" is looking forward to a night of revelry and romance.

Live performances and other appearances

It was partially mimed by the band for the BBC and aired on Top of the Pops. The Top of the Pops version also has drummer Roger Taylor singing Mike Stone's line.

The song was also performed live from A Day at the Races Tour until the end of the News of the World Tour.[2][3] It was performed in a medley after "Killer Queen", and was the first two verses, followed by the final chorus.[2][3]

Queen comments on the record

Personnel

Tracks

  • "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy" – 2:53
  • "Death on Two Legs" – 3:44
  • "Tenement Funster" – 3:00
  • "White Queen (As It Began)" – 4:18

Chart position

References

  1. ^ Georg Purvis (24 August 2012). Queen: Complete Works. Titan Books. p. 115. ISBN 978-1-78116-287-3.
  2. ^ a b Queen live on tour: A Day At The Races: Setlist Queen Concerts. Retrieved 31 August 2011
  3. ^ a b Queen live on tour: News Of The World: Setlist Queen Concerts. Retrieved 31 August 2011
  4. ^ https://www.queensongs.info/album-analysis/a-day-at-the-races

External links

This page was last edited on 26 January 2019, at 16:33
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