Mostly songs and instruments: who wrote what, who played what, who sang what, their vocal ranges, instruments they used (brands, models, what happened with them). I've got no idea about 'Cosmos Rocks' and haven't listened to it, so I'm not the right person to ask in that case. But for the 1970-1991 period, be my guest.
For years I've been involved in research and contributed to several Queen websites, and my name's even on a couple of books as well. I'm also a classical guitarist and (amateur) choir conductor.
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Hello Marcelo Thank you for your message While the guitar does sound like a Tele, there's no way to be sure unless they kept some sort of journal and/or photos of the actual sessions. And by the
Hello Goker First of all, beware: many authenticated autographs are real, many are fake as well. If you want to be sure, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. While some post-'97 real John signatures
Hello Kati Thanks for your message Queen were chiefly influenced by The Beatles, especially John Lennon, who was an idol for the four of them. Note how 'Bohemian Rhapsody' has a similar structure
Hello In the early days, John used an Orange amplifier. From 1974 onwards he'd move on to either Acoustic or Hiwatt, for both live and studio purposes. On recordings (at least the Roy Thomas Baker era)
Hello. If you mean the song, you can find tabs and chords (for bass and guitar) here: http://www.queensongs.info/tabs/innuendo If you want musical notation, you can extract it from the MIDI: http://queen