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"Good Company" was written and sung by Brian May. All vocals are by May, who also plays a ukelele, not to be confused with the George Formby Ukelele-Banjo (also known as banjolele) that he'd used one year previously in 'Bring Back That Leroy Brown'.

The recording is remarkable for featuring an elaborate recreation of a Dixieland-style jazz band, produced by May using his Red Special guitar, along with various forms of effects processing. May touched briefly on the… read more

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  • Avatar for DeadPenguin
    This song's lyrics speak to me. "Don't fool with fools who'll turn away, keep all good company"
  • Avatar for MrRetardization
    Sounds like a Paul McCartney song
  • Avatar for bossmark1
    This is Groovy
  • Avatar for jsnruf
    Meh. Even classic albums have one crap track, and here it is.
  • Avatar for kissesneverdie
    May is excellent. I was saddened to see him on the same stage as lady gag-a.
  • Avatar for AledMCR
    "I ponder on the lesson of my life's insanity"
  • Avatar for Nakkinak
    guitar work is challenging Johnny Marr
  • Avatar for BlackBuddha1
    I tried to follow this advice my whole life.
  • Avatar for ovunqueproteggi
    tribute to the beatles in this song!
  • Avatar for Nakkinak
    lol this song is so funny

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