The March of the Black Queen

1974 - Freddie Mercury by Mick Rock

In 1974 Mick Rock met twice with Freddie Mercury for photoshots. "Freddie was fascinating. You know, you wake up thirty years later, and you realise that in the purest terms he had the greatest voice to come out of rock?n?roll. I was very fond of him. We would work with those extraordinary teeth. He had an overbite caused because he had four extra teeth at the back of his mouth. He would never have them removed, though, because he felt that it expanded his palate and if they came out it might interfere with his voice. At first he would have his mouth closed, and I would let him place his lips over his teeth. Later, of course, they became something he was known for.?
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