Jazz (album) by Queen
In total, there are 23 music albums by Queen which appear in the greatest album charts and Jazz is NOT ranked as the best. The best album by Queen is A Night At The Opera which is ranked number 54 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 18,233.
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Jazz track list
|1.||Mustapha||71/100 (25 votes)|
|2.||Fat Bottomed Girls||83/100 (45 votes)|
|3.||Jealousy||80/100 (23 votes)|
|4.||Bicycle Race||82/100 (46 votes)|
|5.||If You Can't Beat Them||77/100 (20 votes)|
|6.||Let Me Entertain You||77/100 (22 votes)|
|7.||Dead On Time||79/100 (21 votes)|
|8.||In Only Seven Days||79/100 (22 votes)|
|9.||Dreamers Ball||77/100 (21 votes)|
|10.||Fun It||73/100 (21 votes)|
|11.||Leaving Home Ain't Easy||80/100 (23 votes)|
|12.||Don't Stop Me Now||87/100 (93 votes)|
|13.||More Of That Jazz||76/100 (20 votes)|
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Queen followed up their massive worldwide success from "NEWS OF THE WORLD" with "JAZZ" . Reviewers were quick to lambaste this album, which included the scathing Rolling Stone review that suggests "Queen may be the first truly fascist rock band".
It was criticized for its alternating styles; that what I appreciate about this diverse album. Polished with an abundance of Brian May's layered guitars, the band remains typically tight. Plenty of Mercury's ear shattering vocals. This also marks the last time that Queen recorded without the use of synthesizers.
There's a notion that was Queen was arrogant and self-important band that took themselves far too seriously... if true, it doesn't show on this release. It's a fun with great songs such as "Bicycle Race", "Let Me Entertain You", "Fat Bottomed Girls", " Dead on Time" and "Don't Stop Me Now".
The last truly great Queen album. Tongue firmly planted in cheek without becoming camp. Freddie Mercury at his best.
Decent album from the group, no massive hits but still some quality songs.
Mustapha and Dead on Time and maybe one or two others are really very bad songs. But then there is so much on this that is ecstatically good - including Don't Stop Me Now, the ridiculous Fat Bottomed Girls and three Mercury showpieces, Jealousy, Seven Days and the absolutely gorgeous Leaving Home. I still played the hell out of this LP in its day.
a few so-so-tracks holds it back a lot
Easily one of Queen's best - some of their best tracks are on here - but a few so-so tracks hold it back a little.
In 1978 the Queen band came up with an more relaxed and unpretentious album. Although without the complexity of previous albums, JAZZ are one of the most enjoyable albuns of the band. "Don´t Stop Me Now", "Leaving Home Ain't Easy" and my favorite "In Only Seven Days", with sweet and beautiful melody, already worth the album. But there's more...
Big part of early high school. "Jealousy" was basically the theme song to my life.
The worst of Queen's classic period. Hard to pin point why too. Their other albums had a level of experimentation in the musical stylings, while this album is fairly straightforward.
Queens best album.
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