- SKU: 7699948
- Release Date: 03/21/2006
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- Includes 50 minutes of additional footage not seen on TV
Explore the origins of Queen's influential and groundbreaking 1975 album A Night at the Opera in a probing documentary showcasing the faultless musicianship of members Roger Taylor, John Deacon, Brian May, and Freddie Mercury and showing just why rock scholars view the release as one of the greatest rock & roll albums of all time. Discussing the dramatic effect that the album had on the evolution of the band to the spot that it earned Queen in the annals of rock & roll history, interviews with producer Roy Thomas Baker, rockers Joe Perry and Ian Hunter, and a whole host of critics and industry veterans including Mick Rock, Joe Smith, and John Ingham reveal just why no true rock fan's collection is truly complete until they have purchased A Night at the Opera. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi