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Around the time that I turned ten, Queen released their classic album, Jazz. Ultimately, the song ended up being one of my all-time favorite Queen songs, but I only discovered it because of the picture on the cover. As soon as the weekend came, I had my parents take me to the local record store, my favorite place to hang out in my youth. Tucked away in the corner of a shopping center next to a department store that would change names several times over the years, the long and narrow record store was a little slice of paradise for me. Sadly, like most other record stores, my little slice of paradise no longer exists, but the memories remain. My hard rock music obsession was in full effect by the time that I bought Jazz.
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Written by guitarist Brian May , the track featured on their album Jazz and later on their compilation album Greatest Hits. The song is formed around an open bluesy , metallic guitar tuning, and opens with its chorus. The two songs were released together on a double A-sided single , and both songs refer to each other. Near the end of Fat Bottomed Girls, the song references the band's song " Bicycle Race ", with Mercury shouting, "Get on your bikes and ride! Queen performed "Fat Bottomed Girls" in concert from to
Fat Bottomed Girls" is a hit single by the English rock band Queen. It was released in on the album Jazz. The song was written by Queen guitarist Brian May and was one of the few Queen songs played in an alternative guitar tuning commonly called "drop D tuning". The lyrics express the axiom "Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder", albeit done in a humorous and overtly sexual tone, and is a good-natured jab at groupies that hang onto bands and musicians. The song is also considered ironic due to the ambiguous sexuality of lead singer Freddie Mercury.