Clark, who has remastered The Dave Clark 5’s best hits from their unimaginable launch for All The Hits, set for launch in January, was alone with Mercury at his bedside when he died almost 30 years in the past.
Sharing his recollections of his shut pal, the Glad All Over hitmaker spoke in regards to the distinction between the Queen star in personal and his stage persona.
“He was very artistic. He was quite shy, Freddie was,” he mentioned. “On stage, the larger the higher: he’d play to 100,000 folks and he was superb.
“In personal, he was a beautiful individual, nice class, nice model. I imply — he had a Picasso in his lavatory. It was superb,” he laughed.