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09 Mar 2010
Queen - Cover Songs
Queen - Cover Songs

9/1/1971

-Jailhouse Rock (written by Leiber & Stoller,originally sung by Elvis Presley)
- Stupid Cupid (Kirshner,originally sung by C.Francis)
- Be Bop a Lula (Gene Vincent)
- Big Spender (Coleman& Fiels)
- Bama Lama Bama Lou (originally sung by Little Richards)

3/8/1973

During the Queen I tour appeared also Hangman, never realeased

7/5/1974

-Shake Rattle & Roll (written by J.Stone,sung by Elvis Presley too)

1/5/1975

- Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting (originally sung by Elton John)

29/3/1976

- Whole Lotta Shakin Going On (originally sung by Jerry Lee Lewis)

17/5/1977

- I'm a Man (written by Miller & Winwood and originally sung by Spencer Davis Group)
not always but another song appeared sometimes: Mannish Boy (written by Muddy Morganfield) and Lucille (of Little Richards)

22/12/1975
Rock version of:
- White Christmas (originally sung by B.Crosby)

6/5/1979
During the guitar solo, May played a popular Japanese song SAKURA SAKURA

22/11/1979
During the guitar solo, May played a popular Irish song:
- Danny Boy ( E.Schumann-Heink )

7/12/1979
Freddie and Brian improvised Mull of Kintyre for Paul Mc Cartney that had played some days before in Liverpool with the Wings

26/12/1979
Concert for Kampouchea: During the guitar solo Brian May palyed also Silent Night with the red special.

9/12/1980
The Queen played Imagine for John Lennon killed the day before in New York.

10/4/1982
Not Fade Away (written by B.Holly & Petty, sung by Rolling Stones).

7/6/1986

- (You're so Square)Baby, I don't Care (written by Leiber & Stoller and sung also by Elvis)
- Hello Mary Lou (Goodbye Heart) (written by Pitney and sung by Ricky Nelson)

21/6/1986
During the medley Fish of the Marillion sang with Queen:
- Tutti frutti (written by (Little Richard) and LaBostrie)
- Gimme Some Lovin' (Winwood & Davis)

26/6/1986
Immigrant Song of the Led Zeppelin (written by Page & Plant).

27/7/1986
Budapest- Freddie sung a popular hungarian song, the words were written on his hand
- Tavaszi szél vízet áraszt"

Many thanks to Lurex of QueenItalia that authorized me to publish his fantastic job!

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