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Topic History of: Wonderful, wonderful Freddie Mercury show
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Green Man MCR wrote:
It was absolutely brilliant, what a great person Freddie is. He was awesome.
Sad seeing George Michael too another we lost too young. An equally great entertainer.
And Bowie too.


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JK2006 Loved this show and it was superb in looking at the Aids crisis more generally without losing focus on Freddie. A triumph and possible winner of TV show of the year.
MCR It was absolutely brilliant, what a great person Freddie is. He was awesome.
Sad seeing George Michael too another we lost too young. An equally great entertainer.
And Bowie too.
JK2006 on BBC2 this evening; wonderful when Axl Rose turned up. I remember when his managers begged me to persuade him to stop taking drugs - I was apparently the only person he'd listen to - and I spent an hour with him in a tent somewhere. It didn't work.