Talk:Rock & Roll Queen
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Rock and Roll Queen
There is a song wrote before this called Rock and Roll Queen it is uncirculated. Not many people at all would know this. The Subways version the lyrics are different than those sung and composed by David Hendy who traded his late model Stratocaster to get the song recorded. It was originally done on the stratocaster. Like many musicians did not have the money to get the project off the ground in fact traded off the Strat to record it. It was his first recording in Chicago in a Home Studio apartment on the West Side of town. In Chicago long before The Subways existed? The name and the intro have an ironic similarity. I have to wonder who did the mix if they had been to Chicago or where the music to the later version came from obviously someone else did the lyrics and the mix may not be related but may have. It posses the question I wonder who is David Hendy a undiscovered Rock and Roll songwriter and Singer? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 04:55, 20 August 2010 (UTC)