Brian May wants to make an instrumental album – Music News

Brian May wants to do a new solo album.

The Queen guitarist – whose last solo album was “Another World” from 1998 – admits he plans to enter the studio to record a selection of instrumental tracks that show off his musicality.

Discussing the possibility of making an instrumental album, he said, “I’m thinking about it. And strangely enough, I think it would probably be instrumental this time around. Because I have enough ideas. And I have a lot of ideas. things pending. “

However, Brian made a commitment to tour with Queen with Adam Lambert before starting work on the proposed solo project.

In an interview with Goldmine magazine, he added, “We have a big world of touring to do. And we’ve postponed and postponed Queen’s tour, which we started just before COVID happened.

“Next May we’ll be doing a bunch of tours. Once that’s done, I think I’ll have a chance to sit down, and if I’m spared – as my mom said – and still functional, I think I will. could do the album. “

Brian, 74, is convinced that he can create an incredible soundscape with his six strings, although he admits that it’s not something he really thought about before as he always wrote his songs with his songs in mind. a singer.

The ‘We Will Rock You’ hitmaker – who often co-wrote with the late Queen singer Freddie Mercury – said: “I don’t have the dazzling technical expertise of a Joe Satriani or a Steve Vai. or Al Di Meola or Eddie Van Halen But I just might. My guitar is really my voice. I can’t play faster than I think I can.

“I’ve always been obsessed with songs and songs for me are about singers and vocals.”

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