How 'Under Pressure' Sounds Without Music: David Bowie And Freddie Mercury A Cappella

November 13, 2015

In 1981, David Bowie reunited with Queen in a recording studio in Switzerland, with the intention of doing vocals for the song "Cool Cat." Well, David got bored and suggested writing a new song from scratch. According to Mark Blake, author of a biography of Freddie Mercury, they began a 24-hour marathon of wine and drugs and ended up with this musical gem. This is incredible! Back in the day when auto-tune wasn’t needed. You’d never hear this from most "singers" these days.

(h/t) superstar magazine

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