On November 10, 1978.


On November 10, 1978, “EMI” released “Jazz”, the seventh Queen studio album.  It was recorded July – October 1978, at the “Mountain Studios” in Montreux and “Super Bear Studios” in Berre-les-Alpes, and was produced by Queen, Roy Thomas Baker. The album has sold in over 5 million copies worldwide to date.


  • Freddie Mercury: leadand backing vocals, piano, bicycle bells
  • Brian May – guitars, backing vocals, piano, vocals, bicycle bells
  • Roger Taylor – drums, percussion, backing vocals, guitar, bass, lead vocals, bicycle bells
  • John Deacon – guitars, guitars, bicycle bells
  1. Mustapha – Freddie Mercury
  2. Fat Bottomed Girls
  3. Jealousy
  4. Bicycle Race
  5. If You Can’t Beat Them
  6. Let Me Entertain You
  7. Dead on Time
  8. In Only Seven Days
  9. Dreamer’s Ball
  10. Fun It
  11. Leaving Home Ain’t Easy
  12. Don’t Stop Me Now
  13. More of That Jazz



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