Freddie Mercury: vocals, vocals, Bechstein Debauchery and more vocals.
Brian May: guitars and orchestral backdrops.
Roger Taylor: percussion.
John Deacon: electric bass.
Recorded at Sarm, Roundhouse, Olympic,
Rockfield, Scorpio, Trident and Lansdowne
Mixed at Sarm Studios
Invaluable additional engineering - Gary Lyons
Equipment supervision - John Harris
Art Direction - David Costa
Special thanks to Rick Curtin & Brian Palmer
Management (1975) - John Reid
Current Queen Management - Jim Beach
Original sound recordings made by Queen in 1974 - 1975
1991 Hollywood Records Remaster
Digitally remastered by Stephen Marcussen at Precision Mastering, Hollywood.
1998 Digital Remaster by Peter Mew at Abbey Road Studios
Remastering Co-ordination by Justin Shirley-Smith
These Analogue Masters have been Digitally transfered at 24 bits Resolution
Processed using Sonic Solutions NO NOISE Technology
and Mastered to 16 bit using Prism SNS Noise Shaping
Remastered by Peter Mew at Abbey Road Studios 2001.
2005 30th Anniversary Edition
Executive Producers: Brian May & Roger Taylor
DVD Produced by Simon Lupton & Rhys Thomas
Audio for DVD Produced by Kris Fredriksson
CD & DVD Mastered by Bob Ludwig, Gateway Mastering Studios, Portland, ME.
"Bohemian Rhapsody" and "You're My Best Friend" directed by Bruce Gowers
All other videos directed by Simon Lupton & Rhys Thomas
Edited & colored by: Lucas Friedmann
Additional video conforming by Kris Fredriksson
5.1 Mixes Produced by Roy Thomas Baker. Co-Produced by Brian May
5.1 Mixes by Elliot Scheiner. Nuendo 96/24 Transfers & Edits by Rob Hill
Production Assistant for Queen: Justin Shirley-Smith
Mixed at Capitol Records, Hollywood, CA. Assistant Engineer: Steve Genewick
Except track 4 Mixed at The Dog House, West Los Angeles, CA. Assistant Engineer: Mike Harlow
Except "God Save The Queen"
5.1 Mix Produced by Brian May. Co-Produced by Justin Shirley-Smith
5.1 Mix by Kris Fredriksson. Mixed at British Grove Studios, London. Assistant Engineer: Rupert Coulson
Pro Tools 192/24 Transfers & Edits by Kris Fredriksson
5.1 audio conformed to stereo by Scott Elson
Archive Interview commentary compiled by Greg Brooks, Simon Lupton, Rhys Thomas
and engineered by Nick Harris at Tamborine
Film Research: Keith Badman. Archive footage: Courtesy of Movietone.
Party at the Palace footage: Courtesy of BBC TV and by kind permission of
The Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Trust/The Princes Foundation
Rostrum Camera: Ken Morse. Additional photos supplied by Shinko Music Entertainment
Audio Commentary Subtitled by ECI
On Screen Lyrics reprinted with kind permission of Queen Music Ltd. / EMI Music
Packaging Design by Richard Gray
DVD Authored by Meedja. Menus Designed by Outside Line.
Queen Archivist: Greg Brooks.
PR: Phil Symes, The PR Contact
Queen International Fan Club: 16a Barnes High Street, London SW13 9LW
SPECIAL THANKS TO
Geoff Axtell, John Barton, Sara Bricusse, Faustina Bitton, Richard Blackburn, Sarah Bradley, Peter Chant,
Odin Church, Steven Cook, David DelGrosso, Ronnie Katz, Jeff Levison, Doug Lexa, Blake Weltcher (DTS Entertainment),
Justine Ellis, Kat Evans, Linda Fredriksson, Sally Frost, John Godfrey, Bill Harrison, Barbara Heavens, Rob Hill,
Tim Hurrell (Digidesign), Jeremy Janeczko (Dog House), Rory S. Kaplan, Robert Lee, Joshua J. Macrae, Pete Malandrone,
Anne Meyer, Toshia Morita, Neil Moss, Declan O'Regan, Jessica Roberts, Paula Salvatore (Captiol Studios),
Ian Silvester & Andy Patterson (D.A.T.), Lloyd Salmons, Anne Seymour, SynaSpeed,
David Stewart, Graham Meek and all at British Grove Studios, Phil Taylor, Damon Iddins & Cynthia Taylor
and all at Astoria Studio, Amber Walden, Nick Weymouth, Ric Wilson, Tom Wright,
and all at Parlophone and Hollywood Records
This 2011 version has been meticulously re-created using the finest modern analogue
and digital technology from the original first-generation master mixes.
Executive Producers: Brian May and Roger Taylor.
Mastered by Bob Ludwig, Gateway Mastering Studios, Portland, ME.
Audio supervised by Justin Shirley-Smith and Kris Fredriksson.
Additional audio restoration by Kris Fredriksson.
Special thanks: Joshua J Macrae, Greg Brooks, Gary Taylor, Paul Alexander
and all at Cedar Audio, All at Astoria Studio.
Official International Queen Fan Club - www.queenworld.com
Executive Producers: Brian May and Roger Taylor.
Bonus EP Mastered by Adam Ayan at Gateway Mastering, Portland, Maine. Audio restoration by Kris Fredriksson.
Keep Yourself Alive (Long-Lost Retake, June 1975): Produced by Queen and Roy Thomas Baker. Engineered by Gary Lyons.
Bohemian Rhapsody (Operatic Section A Cappella Mix 2011): Produced by Queen and Roy Thomas Baker. Recorded by Mike Stone. Mixed by Joshua J Macrae and Justin Shirley-Smith.
You're My Best Friend (Backing Track Mix 2011): Produced by Queen and Roy Thomas Baker. Recorded by Mike Stone. Mixed by Joshua J Macrae and Justin Shirley-Smith.
I'm In Love With My Car (Guitar & Vocal Mix 2011): Produced by Queen and Roy Thomas Baker. Recorded by Mike Stone. Mixed by Joshua J Macrae and Justin Shirley-Smith.
'39 (Live at Earl's Court, June 1977): Recorded by Mike Stone. Mix Produced by Joshua J Macrae, Justin Shirley-Smith and Kris Fredriksson.
Love Of My Life (South American Live Single, June 1979): Produced by Queen. Engineered by John Etchells, Assisted by David Richards.
Special Thanks: Greg Brooks, Gary Taylor, All at British Grove Studios and FX Copyroom.