It’s hard to believe there will ever be another voice quite like Freddie Mercury’s. Science has even proven that his voice was one of a kind, and is nearly impossible to duplicate. To further prove this, we present to you Freddie’s isolated vocals for one of “Queen’s” most iconic songs, “Bohemian Rhapsody.” It’s pretty amazing to hear Freddie’s range on this song. He pulls off a high pitch, a low pitch, constantly changes his tone, and exhibits some insane vibrato! This really is one of the greatest vocal performances in music history!
Fun Fact: The piano Freddie recorded “Bohemian Rhapsody” on was the same piano Beatles lead singer Paul McCartney used during the recording of “Hey Jude”!
Some of our favorite moments of this track include 1:27, 2:31 and the ending at 5:09! These are a few of the top moments in this isolated vocal track! But we’ll be a bit honest… it is weird hearing this song without the guitars, drums, bass and piano! However, every now and then it’s always nice to hear a stripped down a cappella form of an all-time classic!
Watch the amazing video for yourself down below, but a fair warning that you will get chills!