LONDON (CelebrityAccess) – For the first time ever, after four decades, a previously unreleased version of the song “Time Waits For No One,” recorded in 1986 by Freddie Mercury as part of the concept album for the hit musical Time, has finally emerged.
Following two years of work by Dave Clark, former leader of the hugely successful multi-million selling group The Dave Clark Five, and a long-time friend of Mercury’s, the completely stripped-down performance, which is accompanied by just a piano, showcases Mercury at his most compelling.
The accompanying video features previously unseen performance footage of Mercury, which was recorded one afternoon in April 1986, at London’s Dominion Theatre. It follows on from the unprecedented global success of last year’s Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, which became the highest grossing music biopic in history, generating more than $900 million dollars at the box office with actor Remi Malek winning the Best Actor category at the Oscars and Golden Globes for his portrayal of Mercury on the big screen.
Check out the captivating video below: