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If you were around in and in possession of a television, the chances are you were one of the 1. If you were luckier still, you might have been one of the 80, sweltering in the July sun with their hands in the air for 'Radio Ga Ga' as Queen delivered the performance of their lives. But there's one man for whom the day was extra special. Live Aid was the first concert Carlow man Jim Hutton had ever been to. And the man strutting the stage in a white vest and tight jeans was his lover, Freddie Mercury. Afterwards, while everyone else pursued the staple '80s diet of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll at the show's raucous after-party, Freddie and Jim slipped home to watch TV. Instead, we went home to Garden Lodge like an old married couple, to watch the American leg on television.
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Posted: 26 Sep 18, Posted: 27 Sep 18, Posted: 28 Sep 18, John hated Hot Space. Frederick's favourite singer was not Paul Rodgers. Rog didn't compose 'Innuendo.
In my opinion it's the best book about Freddie. It has been written by his true friend. Peter Freestone was Freddie's PA for 12 years. In contrast to Jim Hutton's book written in the main about the author himself, this one is about Freddie - about his habits, tastes, and, of course, about his work - touring, composing songs, making of videos, creating of album covers. Thank you very much for the book, Mr Freestone! Introduction Review by Mark Birnage.