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Jazz [2011 Remaster]

Album: Jazz [2011 Remaster]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Mustapha Remastered 2011 More Info... 3:01
2)    Fat Bottomed Girls 2011 Remaster More Info... 4:15
3)    Jealousy Remastered 2011 More Info... 3:13
4)    Bicycle Race Remastered 2011 More Info... 3:00
5)    If You Can't Beat Them Remastered 2011 More Info... 4:15
6)    Let Me Entertain You Remastered 2011 More Info... 3:01
7)    Dead On Time Remastered 2011 More Info... 3:23
8)    In Only Seven Days Remastered 2011 More Info... 2:29
9)    Dreamer's Ball Remastered 2011 More Info... 3:30
10)    Fun It Remastered 2011 More Info... 3:28
11)    Leaving Home Ain't Easy Remastered 2011 More Info... 3:15
12)    Don't Stop Me Now Remastered 2011 More Info... 3:29
13)    More Of That Jazz Remastered 2011 More Info... 4:16
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Performer Notes
  • Queen: Freddie Mercury (vocals, piano); Brian May (guitar, background vocals); John Deacon (bass); Roger Taylor (drums, background vocals).
  • Recorded in Montreux, Switzerland and Nice, France between July and October, 1978.
  • Recording information: 07/1978-10/1978.
  • In 1978, all eyes were on Queen as they released the follow-up to their monster global hit NEWS OF THE WORLD. Predictably, JAZZ didn't achieve the massive commercial success of it's predecessor, but in aesthetic terms, it's a solid statement, and a marked progression of the band's musical vision. Though the band was already well into their "eclectic" mode by this time, the stylistic ventures the band takes on this album bring them even further afield from the heavy rock they're best known for.
  • Freddie Mercury kicks things off with "Mustapha," a nod to his Middle Eastern origins. Queen exhibits a ribald sense of humour on "Fat Bottomed Girls." Mercury indulges his Broadway tendencies to the hilt on "IF You Can't Beat Them" and "Don't Stop Me Now," which sound like they could have come from some obscure '50s musical. The jazzy "Dreamer's Ball" and the mellow, romantic "In Only Seven Days" provide welcome contrast. Amid all this eclecticism, though, the standout tracks are the propulsive rockers "Let Me Entertain You" (whose promise they fulfill) and "Dead on Time."
Professional Reviews
Which CD - Performance 7 / Sound 9

Q (Magazine) (p.119) - "JAZZ has aged surprisingly well....[With] a pair of genuinely great songs in the shape of 'Don't Stop Me Now' and 'Jealousy,' both with Mercury in grandstanding form..."

Uncut (magazine) (p.97) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "JAZZ is packed with tremendous uptempo glam metal..."
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