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SIDE WHITE:
1. "Procession" (May) – 1:12
2.
"Father to Son" (May) – 6:14
3.
"White Queen (As It Began)" (May) – 4:33
4.
"Some Day One Day" (May) – 4:21
5.
"The Loser in the End" (Taylor) – 4:01
SIDE BLACK:
1. "Ogre Battle" (Mercury) – 4:08
2.
"The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke" (Mercury) – 2:41
3.
"Nevermore" (Mercury) – 1:17
4.
"The March of the Black Queen" (Mercury) – 6:33
5.
"Funny How Love Is" (Mercury) – 2:48
6.
"Seven Seas of Rhye" (Mercury) – 2:48


SIDE WHITE:
1. "Procession" (May) – 1:12
2.
"Father to Son" (May) – 6:14
3.
"White Queen (As It Began)" (May) – 4:33
4.
"Some Day One Day" (May) – 4:21
5.
"The Loser in the End" (Taylor) – 4:01
SIDE BLACK:
1. "Ogre Battle" (Mercury) – 4:08
2.
"The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke" (Mercury) – 2:41
3.
"Nevermore" (Mercury) – 1:17
4.
"The March of the Black Queen" (Mercury) – 6:33
5.
"Funny How Love Is" (Mercury) – 2:48
6.
"Seven Seas of Rhye" (Mercury) – 2:48

:
Freddie Mercury: Lead vocals, background vocals, piano, harpsichord.
Brian May: Guitars, bells on "The March of the Black Queen", lead vocals on "Some Day One Day", background vocals, some piano on "Father to Son."
Roger Taylor: Drums, gong, marimba, background vocals, lead vocals on "Loser in the End."
John Deacon: Bass guitar, acoustic guitar.
Roy Thomas Baker: Castanets on "The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke."
Robin Cable: Piano effects (with Freddie Mercury) on "Nevermore."
And nobody played synthesizer... again

:
All songs produced by Queen and Roy Thomas Baker excluding:
"Nevermore" and "Funny How Love Is": Robin Cable and Queen.
"The March of the Black Queen": Roy Thomas Baker, Robin Cable, and Queen.

:
Percussion
Ludwig Superclassic drum kit: 13" x 9" rack tom, two floor toms (16"x 16" & 18"x 16") and 26" x 14" bass drum. Ludwig and New Era tambourines and cowbells
Paiste Symphonic Gong
Musser Marimba and Bells
Ludwig Castanets
Strings
Fender Precision Pre-CBS Electric Bass, Orange OR120 amplifier
Martin D-18 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar ("Funny How Love Is")
Hairfred Acoustic Guitar ("White Queen")
Ovation Pacemaker 12-String Acoustic Guitars (elsewhere)
Red Special Electric Guitar, using John Deacon's homemade bespoke amplifier (for guitar choirs and effects) and Vox AC30 Amplifiers (for solos and straight rhythm parts)
Keyboards
Bechstein D Concert 9'2" Acoustic Grand Piano, recorded via Neumann U87 mics
Harpsichord (unknown brand)

:
Freddie Mercury: Lead vocals, background vocals, piano, harpsichord.
Brian May: Guitars, bells on "The March of the Black Queen", lead vocals on "Some Day One Day", background vocals, some piano on "Father to Son."
Roger Taylor: Drums, gong, marimba, background vocals, lead vocals on "Loser in the End."
John Deacon: Bass guitar, acoustic guitar.
Roy Thomas Baker: Castanets on "The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke."
Robin Cable: Piano effects (with Freddie Mercury) on "Nevermore."
And nobody played synthesizer... again

:
All songs produced by Queen and Roy Thomas Baker excluding:
"Nevermore" and "Funny How Love Is": Robin Cable and Queen.
"The March of the Black Queen": Roy Thomas Baker, Robin Cable, and Queen.

:
Percussion
Ludwig Superclassic drum kit: 13" x 9" rack tom, two floor toms (16"x 16" & 18"x 16") and 26" x 14" bass drum. Ludwig and New Era tambourines and cowbells
Paiste Symphonic Gong
Musser Marimba and Bells
Ludwig Castanets
Strings
Fender Precision Pre-CBS Electric Bass, Orange OR120 amplifier
Martin D-18 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar ("Funny How Love Is")
Hairfred Acoustic Guitar ("White Queen")
Ovation Pacemaker 12-String Acoustic Guitars (elsewhere)
Red Special Electric Guitar, using John Deacon's homemade bespoke amplifier (for guitar choirs and effects) and Vox AC30 Amplifiers (for solos and straight rhythm parts)
Keyboards
Bechstein D Concert 9'2" Acoustic Grand Piano, recorded via Neumann U87 mics
Harpsichord (unknown brand)

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