Freddie Mercury e Montserrat Caballe - Intervista a Ibiza del 1987

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Servizio della TV spagnola RTVe con intervista a Freddie Mercury e Montserrat Caballe prima dell'esibizione al Ku Club di Ibiza del 29/5/1987.

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