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Michael Jackson And Freddie Mercury Back Again: 3 Duets From 1983

Three songs recorded by Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury in 1983 are being scheduled for release later this year, according to Queen guitar player Brian May.

Michael Jackson And Freddie Mercury Back Again: 3 Duets From 1983

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Michael Jackson Duets With Freddie Mercury Set for Release

Three duets that Michael Jackson recorded with Queen singer Freddie Mercury 30 years ago will finally see an official release later this year. According to of London, the demos were recorded in 1983 at Jackson's home studio, but a larger project never came to fruition due to the singers' conflicting schedules.

Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson duets to be released this autumn

Queen's Brian May confirms that the tracks recorded 30 years ago will be available soon A number of duets recorded by Queen frontman Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson are to be released for the first time later this year.

Out this fall: Michael Jackson, Freddie Mercury duets

Michael Jackson (Photo: Ahn Young-joon AP) In the gap between Thriller and Bad, Michael Jackson spent time in the studio with Queen's Freddie Mercury, a collaboration that ended when the two had a falling out. Three decades later, three of the duets they recorded in Jackson's Encino, Calif., home studio may finally be released.

Queen guitarist working on Freddie Mercury-Michael Jackson duets

LONDON -- Queen guitarist Brian May says he's working to complete duets recorded 30 years ago by the band's late frontman Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson. May wrote on his blog this month that he was working on the tapes with producer William Orbit. He said the project was "exciting, challenging, emotionally taxing.