Peter Straker, concert and cabaret star of stage and screen, and long term confidante of Freddie Mercury, released three hybrid rock / cabaret masterworks. These long out of print and highly sought after cult classic, cross-over albums were originally released between 1977 and 1980 and were all produced by stellar production talents.
Freddie co-produced Straker’s career-defining “This One’s On Me” album alongside Roy Thomas Baker – who was the celebrated producer behind Queen’s classic albums, “Queen”, “Queen II”, “Sheer Heart Attack”, “Jazz” and “A Night At The Opera”.
Straker also released a 1979 album called “Changeling”, before releasing 1980’s “Real Natural Man” which was produced by Reinhold Mack who also worked with Queen and Freddie.
This new three-disc set contains all three original albums in reproduction album covers and includes a comprehensive 48 page illustrated booklet containing full album lyrics, Straker’s reminiscences of Freddie Mercury in an essay called Freddie & I, a thorough autobiographical memoir of his own recording career and a full chronological list of his performance credits in Screen, Stage, Concert.
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