"Under Pressure" is a 1981 song by Queen and David Bowie. It marked Queen's first released collaboration with another recording artist, and is featured on their 1982 album Hot Space.
If you think the wholesale pilfering of songs began when Vanilla Ice swiped the bass line from David Bowie and Queen’s song “Under Pressure” for “Ice, Ice Baby,” think again.
Mit Queen nahm er 1981 den Song Under Pressure auf. Der Song entstand in einer sechsstündigen Session und wurde Nummer 1 in Großbritannien. Mehr zum Tod des Musikers: http://www.nachrichten.at/nachrichten/kultur/Die-Welt-hat-einen-Hero-verloren-David-Bowie-ist-tot;art16,2080839 (Bild: Reuters)
Sometimes we need a little karaoke to let loose. My karaoke song is "Under Pressure"...what's yours?
Queen had been working on the song "Under Pressure" but were not yet satisfied with the result when David Bowie came to the studio in order to sing backing vocals on another Queen song. Once he got there, they worked together for a while and wrote the song. The final version evolved from a jam session the band had with Bowie at his studio in Montreux, Switzerland and was credited as co-written by all five musicians. The scat singing that dominates the song is evidence of the jam…
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