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QUEEN - LAS PALABRAS DE AMOR (THE WORDS OF LOVE) - GUITAR PLAY ALONG WITH CHORDS AND TABS

Includes guitar tab for Brian May guitar solo as well as on screen chord names

In this video we look at the classic Queen song from 1982 Hot Space album"Las Palabras de Amor (The Words of Love)" is a rock ballad by the British rock band Queen. It was released as the third single from their 1982 album Hot Space. Written by guitarist Brian May, the song proved more popular in the United Kingdom than their previous single ("Body Language"), reaching #17 in the UK Singles Chart

The song's lyrics were written by guitarist Brian May. Vocals were provided by lead singer Freddie Mercury with May on the high harmony vocal. The song was inspired by the band's close relationship with their Latin American fans. It marked the band's final studio appearance on Top of the Pops (having previously appeared to promote "Seven Seas of Rhye", "Killer Queen", "Now I'm Here" and "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy" respectively). For this mimed performance May is seen playing a grand piano as well as his guitar and, on the recording, he plays both piano and synths in addition to acoustic and electric guitars. May also sang lead vocals for the harmonized line "this time and evermore" throughout the song. At one point Mercury is seen miming incorrect words.

During the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert at Wembley Stadium in 1992, this was the third song of the second half, performed by Zucchero and Queen. In Queen + Paul Rodgers Rock The Cosmos-tour 2008 it was played in the Spanish speaking countries, sung by Brian.

This song also made it onto 1999 Queen's Greatest Hits III after the Made in Heaven song "Heaven for Everyone" but before Brian May's single "Driven by You


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NEW UPDATED BRIAN MAY MINI GUITAR - REVIEWED BY CHARLIE RUNDLE

Full Details http://shop.brianmayguitars.co.uk/bri...

Brian May has used the 'Mini May' on the recent One Voice tour.

Advertised as a travel guitar but also ideal for young guitarists

The new design features a 18 fret neck with bridge nearer back of guitar for better intonation and playability.

One trisonic Brian May pickup routed into body of the guitar.

Video by James Rundle of Rock Licks Guitar Tuition in South Shields

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MINI MAY BRIAN MAY RED SPECIAL GUITAR - at Guitar Guitar in Newcastle

Guitar available at www.brianmayguitars.co.uk

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Thanks to www.BrianMay.com for using this video on the website

Had a quick try out of the Mini May guitar.
A small version of the Brian May Red Special guitar. Ideal for kids.

I liked it as the guitar neck isn't overly small and an adult can comfortably play


Comes with one Brian May single coil pickup

Over all impression is I'm definitely getting one for my young son who is learning guitar

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QUEEN THE MIRACLE - GUITAR SOLO WITH ON SCREEN GUITAR TAB

. "The Miracle" is the fifth and final single from Queen's 1989 studio album of the same name. It was composed by the entire band, though Freddie Mercury and John Deacon were the primary writers. It was released as a single in late November 1989, some six months after the album. It was the last of the singles from that album to be released, and the first 5th single released from any of Queen's albums from EMI.

In this video we simply play along with the track.

Video by James Rundle of Rock Licks Guitar Tuition in South Shields

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QUEEN - WHO NEEDS YOU - GUITAR TUTORIAL LESSON - WITH GUITAR TAB

From the 1977 Queen album News Of The World.
"Who Needs You" was a song written by Deacon, who, along with May, plays Spanish guitar. Mercury's lead vocal is entirely panned on the right audio channel while the lead guitar is on the left channel. May also plays maracas and Mercury plays a cowbell.

In this video we rest the red special and use a nylon strung guitar. On the record there is more than one guitar and even electric guitar in parts. This video looks at a way of playing the track on one acoustic guitar.

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James Rundle of Rock Licks Guitar Tuition tells hos story of how he got rock guitar legend Brian May of Queen to judge his YouTube guitar competition

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WE WILL ROCK YOU - SIMPLIFIED GUITAR LESSON FOR KIDS

Guitar Lesson by James Rundle of Rock Licks Guitar Tuition in South Shields

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