Catalogue number: EMI 016-2041647
Format: 7" vinyl
Condition sleeve / record: VG / VG+
Extra: Stickermark frontsleeve
Only 1 Available!
"Innuendo" began as a jam session in Switzerland amongst Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon in spring 1989.
Freddie Mercury was upstairs and heard them playing the beat, and turned it into a song, creating the melody and starting off the lyrics.
From then on all four worked on polishing the track and Taylor took over the lyrics (which were written as a tribute to Led Zeppelin and their song "Kashmir").
The middle section, written by Mercury, was included later and it featured a synth-orchestra programmed by producer David Richards and a flamenco interlude played by Yes guitarist Steve Howe, who had come to visit them and was asked to play.
"Innuendo" was released as a single in January 1991, debuting at No. 1 in the UK.
|Condition Sleeve/Insert||Very Good or + (VG, VG+)|
|Condition Record/Disc||Very Good or + (VG, VG+)|
|Hard to Find||Common|