Queen’s 20 Greatest Guitar Moments, Ranked


Brian May - Brighton Rock video

Guitar Magazine’s Andy Price has ranked Queen’s Greatest Guitar Moments….

Queen’s popularity only seems to grow as new generations discover their bountiful catalogue. The unmistakable sound of the band was defined by the partnership of Freddie Mercury’s superhuman voice and Brian May’s proclivity for producing some of the most spellbinding and melodic guitar solos the world has ever heard

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GUITAR – 18 January 2022

20. Spread Your Wings (News of the World, 1977)
19. I Want It All (The Miracle, 1989)
18. Another One Bites The Dust (The Game, 1980)
17. Fat Bottomed Girls (Jazz, 1978)
16. Now I’m Here (Sheer Heart Attack, 1974)
15. Don’t Stop Me Now (Jazz, 1979)
14. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (The Game, 1980)
13. Keep Yourself Alive (Queen, 1973)
12. Stone Cold Crazy (Sheer Heart Attack, 1974)
11. Hammer to Fall (The Works, 1984)
10. Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy (A Day at the Races, 1976)
9. Play The Game (The Game, 1980)
8. Dead on Time (Jazz, 1979)
7. The Millionaire Waltz (A Day at the Races, 1976)
6. We Will Rock You (News of the World, 1977)
5. Tie Your Mother Down (A Day At The Races, 1976)
4. Killer Queen (Sheer Heart Attack, 1974)
3. The Prophet’s Song (A Night At The Opera, 1975)
2. Bohemian Rhapsody (A Night at the Opera, 1974)
1. Brighton Rock (Sheer Heart Attack, 1974)

Queen – Brighton Rock (Official Lyric Video)