The March of the Black Queen

1974 - Roger Taylor by Mick Rock

Mick Rock met Roger Taylor for making 2 solo sessions with him and remembers: "Queen were starting to get some traction in the teen market, because they were so pretty. Especially Roger. He looked the part of 'teen idol' better than any of them. He had this sweet, bright eyed, slighly cheeky aura, and the young girls loved it. He was very popular from the moment they garnered a little profile. From the earliest days, Roger was the most geared to being a rock star; not only did he look the part but he enjoyed it. He was very relaxed and easy-going guy. He was a lot of fun, and out of them all, the most comfortable socially and the most overlty charming in the classic sense. He was quite easy to work with and would always be up for it."
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