Brian May Discography - Queen Related Projects

Queen Related Projects

Year of release Song Record
1969 Smile "Earth", "Step on Me" Earth/Step on Me (single)
1973 Larry Lurex "I Can Hear Music", "Goin' Back" single I Can Hear Music (1973); box set Freddie Mercury - The Solo Collection (2000); compilation album Lover of Life, Singer of Songs - The Very Best of Freddie Mercury Solo (2006)
1982 Smile "Doing Alright", "Blag", "April Lady", "Polar Bear", "Earth", "Step on Me" LP Gettin' Smile (Japan, 1982); CD Ghost of a Smile (Netherlands, 1997)

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