Kenny Everett: Great, an old number by Freddie called Flick Of The Do Dar or something…
Freddie Mercury: Brighton Rock by Brian May.
Kenny Everett: Really? I thought that was one of yours. Right, here we go then Bohemian Rhapsody. Never been done before in it’s life live in a studio. So we hope you’re going to join in. It’s easy, it’s like Vera Lynn isn’t it. All you’ve got to do is catch onto Freddie, because he’s going to sing the first few lines…
Freddie Mercury: I thought we were all.
Kenny Everett: No, no it’s all yours. Ready? [Laughter] Oh dear, he’s just fainted. You’ve got one minute to lead us into Bohemian Rhapsody. Go!
Freddie Mercury: I don’t know it Nothing really matters to me [Sings]. I thought you were going to play the track.
Kenny Everett: No, I haven’t got it, I was thinking you being a…
Freddie Mercury: I can’t do it live, I mean I need the guitar and multi track, with Brian.
Kenny Everett: Now we know the truth folks, Freddie is a lemon. [Laughter] I see a little silhouetteo of a do dar , scaramouche, scaramouche will you do the fandango [Sung in a high pitched voice]
Freddie Mercury: Are you expecting me to sing the full track?
Kenny Everett: Oh I can’t be bothered with these live stars.
Freddie Mercury: I don/t think Capitol have the resources of multi tracking anyway.