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Queen's Brian May 'Queen in 3-D' Book Release Date Announced

07-13-2017
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(Radio.com) Queen's guitarist and songwriter Brian May announced a August 24th release date for the Queen in 3-D book. The book will feature over 300 previously unseen 3-D images, showcasing the band's history from the early 1970s until present day.

According to May's official site, the 3-D illustrations were all captured with his stereoscopic cameras. From an early age, May traveled with a 3-D camera, allowing him to capture rare behind-the-scene moments on Queen Tours and during recordings.

"The whole process of writing this new kind of book was almost subconscious," May said. "As I looked at the 3-D photos, memories were triggered and the stories poured out." Read more here.

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