A new version of Dave Clark and John Christie's song "Time Waits for No One" from the musical Time that was sung by Freddie Mercury has been stripped back to just piano and Mercury's jaw-dropping vocals.
Accompanied by just piano, Time Waits for No One sees Mercury at his best as he delivers an inspiring performance that was previously thought to have been lost.
In addition to the audio and video of the performance, Mercury's estate also released a video of him and Clark discussing the story behind the song.
Movie fans know that Mr. Mercury was portrayed by Rami Malek in the massive hit from a year ago, Bohemian Rhapsody, which saw the star win his very first Best Actor award. The track is set for release via Virgin EMI (Universal Music Group) on June 21st, along with a powerful and deeply moving new film video.
Time the musical had a two-year run at London's Dominion Theatre and was derived from 1970s musical The Time Lord by Soames and Daniels, it merged sci-fi, rock music and ahead-of-its-time special effects. Thank you Freddie and Queen for your countless hours of legendary music! Similarly, after four decades of being unheard, "Time Waits for No One" shows that Mercury is still one of the greatest vocalists and frontmen the world has ever been graced with.
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When he joined Clark again at Abbey Road Studios in January 1986, the session recorded 48 tracks of backing vocals for Time.
The film made a staggering €800 million at the box office.
Dave Clark, seen at the 2008 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction ceremony in NY, first searched for his recording with Mercury a decade after, but couldn't find them.
The video, below, was pulled together using negatives from a four camera shoot, which was being stored in Pinewood Studios outside of London until they were returned to Clark after his 2014 documentary Glad All Over.
"Time Waits for Nobody", was previously called "Time".