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Queen: I Want It All (1989)

Promo video for Queen's song "I Want It All".

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David Mallet

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Queen ... Queen
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John Deacon ... John Deacon
Brian May ... Brian May
Freddie Mercury ... Freddie Mercury
Roger Taylor ... Roger Taylor
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The music video features the band performing in a studio that used halogen lighting. It was directed by David Mallet and filmed at Elstree Studios, London in March 1989. In the Greatest Video Hits 2 DVD audio commentary, Brian May and Roger Taylor recall that Mercury's health was already quite bad when the video's shooting took place, and it was remarkable that it didn't show up in the video, with Mercury performing with all the energy he had. The video also marked Mercury's first public appearance with a beard to hide the kaposi's sarcoma blotches on his jawline, after shaving off his trademark moustache during the video shoot for The Great Pretender in February 1987. Written by Peter-Patrick76 (peter-patrick@mail.com)

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

May 1989 (UK) See more »

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Mercury himself never performed the song live, as he died in November 1991 from AIDS at the age of 45, and his final performance with Queen was at the end of The Magic Tour, at Knebworth Park on 9 August 1986. The song is sung mainly by Mercury, with May singing on the choruses and middle eight. See more »

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Edited into Queen: Greatest Video Hits 2 (2003) See more »

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