Time (Freddie Mercury song)

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Freddie Mercury Time single 1986.jpg
Single by Freddie Mercury
from the album Time
B-side "Time (Instrumental version)" (3:20)
Released 6 May 1986
Format 7"/12" single
Recorded 1986
Genre Pop

2:57 (Original Time LP version)

3:50 (Single version)

4:35 (Extended mix)
Label EMI
Writer(s) Dave Clark, Jeff Daniels
Producer(s) Dave Clark, Freddie Mercury
Freddie Mercury singles chronology
"Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow"
"The Great Pretender"

"Time" is a 1986 song recorded by Freddie Mercury, along with "In My Defence", for Dave Clark's musical of the same name. Even though Mercury did not appear in the musical itself, both songs were included on the cast album, and "Time" was also released as a separate single, backed by an instrumental version of the song, and reached #32 on the UK Singles Chart.[1] The single version was later included in the 2000 box set The Solo Collection and the 2006 compilation album Lover of Life, Singer of Songs: The Very Best of Freddie Mercury Solo.

The song video was shot at the Dominion Theatre, London, where the play was being staged since the world premiere of 9 April 1986. Since a matinée and evening performance were scheduled, the only time left for shooting was the early morning: so Mercury and Austrian producer Rudi Dolezal had to meet there at 6.00 in the morning.[2]



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  1. ^ "Freddie Mercury, UK Chart Peak Positions". Official Charts (United Kingdom). Retrieved 3 April 2016. 
  2. ^ Jacky Gunn & Jim Jenkins. Queen: As It Began. Sidgwick & Jackson. p. 246. ISBN 978-88-7966-378-6. Retrieved 25 July 2011. 

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