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Studio Album, released in 1978

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Mustapha (3:00)
2. Fat Bottomed Girls (4:16)
3. Jealousy (3:13)
4. Bicycle Race (3:02)
5. If You Can't Beat Them (4:15)
6. Let Me Entertain You (3:02)
7. Dead on Time (3:22)
8. In Only Seven Days (2:28)
9. Dreamer's Ball (3:30)
10. Fun It (3:29)
11. Leaving Home Ain't Easy (3:14)
12. Don't Stop Me Now (3:29)
13. More of That Jazz (4:20)
14. Fat Bottomed Girls* (1991 Brian Malouf Remix) (4:24)
15. Bicycle Race* (1991 Remix) (4:57)


Total Time 54:01



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Line-up / Musicians

- Freddie Mercury / vocals, piano, vocal orchestrations
- Brian May / guitars, vocals, piano, guitar orchestration
- Roger Taylor / drums, percussion, vocals
- John Deacon / bass guitar



Releases information

1978 & 1991 Queen Productions ltd. Re-released in 1991 by Hollywood records with 2 bonus tracks noted with * in track listing. Produced by Queen and Roy Thomas Baker

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QUEEN Jazz ratings distribution


3.40
(330 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(16%)
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Excellent addition to any rock music collection(43%)
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Review by Sean Trane
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Prog Folk
4 stars We are dealing with the last good and classic Queen album, the one done just before the closing of the decade. A typical album of the calibre of Opera (less Scaramouchka the Bohemian that raps, sods and dies) and Races. We have left the harder edged (and slightly poorer News Of The World album but there are still some traces (notably in the closer on each vinyl side) and although some (a lot) of the tracks have high -energy feel , they came back to that sophisticated pop tunes that made up those classic Night and Day albums.

Mustapha , Fat Bottomed Girls and Bicycle Race (both being summed up on a superb poster most teens will remember and take in their graves) are off to a superb start worthy of their best album and there are many tracks that would've been a highlight on News and THE Highlight on following albums: If You Can Beat Them , Let Me Entertain You, Fun It , Don't Stop Me Now. Jealousy and Dreamer's Ball being the quieter moments.

I think that what worries most Queen fans is the title of the album. Not to fear , this is still a superb classic pop rock album. Prog? only slightly so!

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Posted Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Review by Chris S
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3 stars Another year another album. I cannot stress enough how good the bands were in the 70's and 80's for consistently high quality music year in year out. Jazz arrived in 1978 after the great News Of The World and did not fail to deliver. A very solid all round album my only argument being perhaps the first five songs of such high quality they relegated the remainder of the album into obscurity. Not saying that songs like " Dead On Time' and ' Dreamer's Ball' are bad, far from it, but how can you dismiss the excellent ' Mustapha' and ' Fat Bottomed Girls'? A very good release yet again from Queen and worthy of three and a half stars.

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Posted Saturday, December 16, 2006

Review by clarke2001
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4 stars The last of the classics.

Perhaps not on the same level as two most progressive band's masterpieces, "Queen II" and "A Night At The Opera", but it's a classic nonetheless. Don't let the horrible cover distract you. This album is good just as any other QUEEN album from the 70's. Everything is here: band's trademark multi-vocal harmonies, unmistakable Brian's multilayered guitar parts with it's own characteristic sound, "no synthesizer" policy, one track sung by Taylor and elements of progressive rock. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, this one is worth having in your collection. Perhaps "Jazz" is got nothing to do with jazz itself, but here a less fashionable songs then on its predecessor, "News Of The World".

The album opens with "Mustapha", nice tune with oriental feel - but I don't think the lyrics are in Arabic, it's more likely that it's just Freddie's "arabesque" gibberish. Funny and good track. "Fat Bottomed Girls" is a good rock track, utilising only few simple chords and almost no solos. It's not progressive at all, but it's a god rocker with slightly country feeling and good vocal harmonies. "Jealousy" is gorgeous ballad written in typical QUEEN style, utilising extraordinary good Deacon's bass line, and Brian imitating the sound of sitar on his guitar. "Bicycle Race" is a short pop tune. Clocking at no more than 3 minutes, perhaps it's a pop song with most tempo and harmony changes in one pop hit, ever. And all that within 3 minutes! "If You Can't Beat Them" is yet another typical QUEEN rock track, but this time an average one. "Let Me Entertain You" is excellent hard rock song with furious guitar part and complex melodies and rhythm (within a more or less ordinary hard-rock tune). Good lyrics too. "Dead On Time" - well, the same goes for this one. This one is in an ultra-fast pace, it sounds almost like an hard-rock tongue-twister. "Another pretty ballad is Brian's "In Only Seven Days", with nice melodies, chorus, good atmosphere provided by effects on vocals, but the text is somewhat banal, utilising typical rock 'n' roll cliche "from-monday-to-sunday" lyrics. The best blues that band ever did is called "Dreamer's Ball". If you are curious how it sounds like when QUEEN play the blues, here you go. "Fun It" is one of those gems sung by Roger. It is a strange song, some sort of funky with almost mechanical rhythm, good old Roger is screaming his lyrics as usual, and Brian's guitar is beyond description. One of my favourite tracks. "Living Home Ain't Easy" is another average ballad, based on the same formula as "In Only Seven Days". "Don't Stop Me Now" is a well-known piece of every Queen's live performance and I won't say much about it. It's a good song, but it's so overplayed that I can't stand it any more. "More Of Than Jazz" is closing the album and it could be considered as a filler, but I like it a lot. It's another Roger's agony, this time about the music itself ("Rock 'n' roll just pays the bills").

In conclusion, I think that this album should be in every serious rock collection. It's one of the best non-punk albums of the late seventies (save for the "pure" progressive rock), and it's worth your pennies because it could easily grow on you every time you give it a spin.

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Posted Monday, January 08, 2007

Review by Chicapah
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2 stars In 1978 Queen was pretty much on top of the world. With their previous album they had given the planet a universal chant to rock with and an ode for every champion to warble from now till doomsday. But, as they admitted themselves, the show must go on and it was time to crank out another collection of tunes in order to keep everybody happy and prosperous.

As was their habit, the band expected all four members to contribute songs and that always produced mixed results. Freddie Mercury's "Mustapha" is the opener and it is downright silly and weird. Maybe it wasn't intended to make any sense at all and if that was the aim it succeeds on a grand scale. Brian May's "Fat Bottomed Girls" will forever be a classic and monumental rock and roll song. When Freddie yells "Get on your bikes and ride!" I grin every time. Can't help it. The mental images this tune inspires are hilarious. Mercury's "Jealousy" is an okay song but it's his incredible vocal and harmony work that confirms his place in music history as one of the all time greatest singers. The only progressive-sounding track on the album comes next with the quirky "Bicycle Race." It's a mini epic that has everything including bike handlebar bells gleefully jingling. The band's inventiveness makes this truly a fun listen. John Deacon's "If You Can't Beat Them" is nothing more than generic rock filler and Freddie's "Let Me Entertain You" was obviously written to be a showy concert piece. Brian's "Dead On Time" is a hyper-speed electric guitar clinic where he displays why he's considered one of the premier axe men that could blaze his way through a lead break with the best of them. Deacon's "In Only Seven Days" is a sweet contemporary tune that could have been written by Burt Bacharach. And that's a compliment, not a knock. "Dreamer's Ball" is a Dixie blues ditty where May creates the horn section with multiple overdubs of guitar and it's one of the better moments on the album. But Roger Taylor's "Fun It" is an embarrassing and blatant attempt to produce a disco hit. All it really is, though, is boring. Brian's "Leaving Home Ain't Easy" is a pleasant acoustic guitar song with smooth harmonies. Freddie's true colors are flying on "Don't Stop Me Now" and it would be a lot more at home in the middle of a Broadway musical than on a rock and roll album. Roger Taylor is the least talented composer in the band and his odd "More of that Jazz" proves my point. It's anything but jazz and there's a strange recap medley of all the songs stuck on the end for reasons only they might know.

"It's Late," the terrific and dynamic song on their previous LP gave me hope that this album would find them going more in that direction. But one spin through "Jazz" made it clear that they weren't. This is a hodge-podge of musical styles that was meant to try and appease everyone but failed to fulfill anybody's expectations completely. With the exception of one cut there's nothing progressive here at all and I would only recommend this to a true fan of the group.

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Review by Seyo
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3 stars Much better than its predecessor, "Jazz" carries a harder sound ("Fat Bottomed Girls" is excellent hard rock) with occassional funk elements suited for dance and sense of humour ("Mustapha", "Bicycle Race") that saves QUEEN from unjustified seriousness of earlier albums. Here at least they admit "we are a pop band that likes to amuse the kids and to have fun". Honest statement, which deserves 3 stars!

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Review by Gatot
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4 stars From hard rock point of view, no one would ever say that this is a bad album at all. This album offers excellent combination of lyrics, tight composition as results of powerful songwriting from the band, and of course, this album shows excellent performance from the band. I even consider this album is stronger than the previous album "News of The World". "Mustapha" (3:00) was my first in love with this album as it surprised me with the style the band demonstrates. "Fat Bottomed Girls" (4:16) is really a Queen musical style with great choirs and heavy rhythm. "Jealousy" (3:13) represents the ballad blues style which is very unique as Queen sound.

"Bicycle Race" (3:02) is of course very special to me because personally, I love bicycle since I was childhood. When I went to college degree in ITB Bandung, I rode bicycle in my day-to-day activities: going to the campus, to record store at Jl. Veteran / Naripan at Yess Musicassettes, going back home or to any place in Bandung. Today I have a fixed schedule of going back and forth to work- home using bicycle twice a week. People call it "bike to work" but I call it "bike to rock" - because usually I put my Senheizer earphone with rock music, including "Bicycle Race". What a life!

"Let Me Entertain You" (3:02), "Dreamer's Ball" (3:30), "Don't Stop Me Now" (3:29), and More of That Jazz (4:20) are all excellent tracks as well. Through this album Queen had recovered their musical talents.

It's an excellent addition to any rock music collection.

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Review by Easy Livin
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1 stars Do stop me now

The title was in retrospect ominous, but even Queen's most dedicated fans cannot have been prepared for this turkey. After the disappointing News of the world, which retained many of the tenets which defined a decent Queen album but ultimately failed to deliver, the hope was that Queen would quickly get back on track. Unfortunately, although Roy Thomas Baker tried his best to produce something worthwhile, he was presented with some of the worst material the band had ever come up with.

Attempts at being light-hearted and humorous misfire especially on the opening Mustapha, but even on the comparatively passable Fat bottomed girls. This track was released as a double A side single with Bicycle race, and will therefore be familiar to those with a passing interest in the band, but in truth it is an average pop song, dressed up in a 10CC sort of way.

Freddie Mercury delivers his obigatory ballad with Jealousy, but even here you cannot help but feel you've heard it all before. I am afraid though that tracks such as John Deacon's If you can't beat them and Mercury's Let me entertain you show all too clearly that when the band went to the cupboard for ideas, they found it to be completely empty.

The song titles themselves give strong pointers to the lack of inspiration throughout the album, Dead on time, Dreamers ball, Fun it, and Leaving home ain't easy all signifying that lyrically the band had nothing left to offer. Unfortunately, the music those lyrics are set to is equally poor, devoid of the intricate structures which adorned the band's classic albums. Dreamer's ball for example is a shuffling rag, with a simple, uninspired melody. I do have a soft spot for John Deacon's delicate In only seven days, a brief light in an otherwise dark sky.

The penultimate track, Don't stop me now was a huge hit single and even today is one of the band's most popular songs. If you listen dispassionately though, you can hear Freddie yearning to spread his wings into evermore exhibitionistic areas. If you think about it, the song could have been sung by Julie Andrews in The sound of music.

As you will have gathered, this album was a disappointment to me back in 1978, and continues to be so now. For me, it indicated at the time that the glory years for the band were coming to an end. Fortunately, Live Aid would come along some years later, and the band's career was put firmly back on track.

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Posted Monday, December 31, 2007

Review by ZowieZiggy
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2 stars Not Jazz at all, this album marks a down trend started in the previous release already ("News Of The World").

There is still some Queen (Mercury ?) extravaganza available on "Jazz" like the opener "Mustapha" but this one can't really compete with the likes of "Keep Yourself Alive", the killer "Brighton Rock", "Death On Two Legs" and "Tie Your Mother Down". All being "Queen" anthems and "Mustapha" just being shy of these great songs.

I have NEVER been able to bear "Fat Bottomed Girls" and the most interesting mention about this track would be the cover of the single. Nice bottoms indeed.But in terms of "music".just press next.

I wouldn't say that this album is poor. No. But most of the magic of the first five albums is gone. Two rocking songs indeed : "Dead On Time" (a great one) and "If You Can't Beat Them" (just average).

Some true "Queen" songs with all the great deal of fuss like the excellent "Bicycle Race", as well as "Don't Stop Me Now". I will always have a special kindness for the latter since my company once produced a screen show for one of our major clients a long time ago (January 1995). The music chosen by our customer was this song. And each time we had to figure out how the project was developing, we had to listen to it. I guess that we spun it like a hundred times or so in a two week's period. It was a good period of my business life.Nostalgia, nostalgia...

But unlike during "News Of The World", there are lots of weak numbers here. Too many to rate this effort as a good one. The bluesy "Dreamer's Ball", "Let Me Entertain You" (it rocks alright but sounds very flat), the disgusting disco-ish "Fun It" (not fun at all, believe me). And I can't get thrilled by the ballads Jealousy or Leaving Home Ain't Easy.

The closing number is also a nice piece of rock music. More of that Jazz is rather bizarre. Hypnotic riff, almost decadent atmosphere, slower pace but very effective. One of my fave (I just don't like this short "medley" pieces at the end). Several songs from the album being remembered in a very short format.

I really wonder how this album can be considered as their last classic one. IMHHO this belongs to "A Day At The Races".

Two stars for "Jazz" (maybe five out of ten). But don't expect any prog in here. Maybe for their next album?

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Posted Thursday, January 24, 2008

Review by SouthSideoftheSky
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3 stars More of that Jazz

I like this album more now than I used to (and I have been a big Queen fan for more than ten years now). Jazz shows a more playful aspect of Queen, with a bit more humour in the lyrics; Fat Bottomed Girls, Bicycle Race and the eastern influenced opener Mustapha are all fun and a bit silly. Jazz is certainly not up to par with Queen's best albums, but it is still great music and it is in several respects an improvement over News Of The World.

There are, however, some signs of the band growing tired and running out of ideas. This is especially apparent on songs like Fun It and More Of That Jazz (on which the lyrics are very much to the point; "just more of that jazz"), the latter featuring reprises of the album's other tracks. Also, If You Can't Beat Them, Let Me Entertain You, and Dead on Time pale in comparison with what Queen were capable of in their early days.

My favourite songs on this album are Leaving Home Ain't Easy and Don't Stop Me Now. The first being a Brian May number, one of his best ballads in my opinion.

The biggest problem with Jazz is that it feels more like a collection of individual tunes than an organic whole. Still, there are some lovely bits here that make it a good addition to a Prog collection. Just don't buy this expecting it to be a Jazz-Rock album! It, of course, isn't if anyone thought that.

Good, but non-essential Queen album. Not the place to start investigating Queen.

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Posted Friday, November 21, 2008

Review by b_olariu
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4 stars Queen final intristing and worth to have in your collection album. Jazz is the final studio album of Queen from the '70's , exactly from 1978. While they never been a prog band, they incorporate here and there some eclectic elements in their albums, specialy the early ones, leaving the listner very pleased for what he hears. Queen always knew to capture the fans with intristing combinations between excellent guitar arpeggios made by Brian May and the stunning performance of mercury on piano and keys. The band as whole in the '70's had a very solid reputation , both in studio and concerts - albums like Sheer heart attack, Night at the opera are classics of music in genaral but also Killers live is a document hard not to noticed if you are in this kind of music. Now, Jazz is a little more popier than the previos release, but nevertheless captured again that mood only Queen knows to do it - just listen to Mustapha or If You Can't Beat Them, Don't Stop Me Now and More of That Jazz again real classic moments in Queen's catalogue. Queen remains one of the most known bands ever with an unforgetable contribution to the music, even today they influenced hundreds of bands, because of the intristing vocal harmonies, the intelligent guitar arrangements and a solid rythm section. So, a solid album and a damn good one to end a decade that for sure will never come back, in musical terms. 4 stars for Jazz.

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Posted Thursday, December 11, 2008

Review by snobb
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4 stars Queen at their best is world of themself. No way Jazz, far from hard-rock, even more far from prog. But all mix is strong rock based music, and last classic Queen album.

I perfectly remember stil being in my high school years I listened this album (vinyl,for sure ) hundred times. Starting from exotic "Mustapha"the album catches you and doesn't let you go till the last song.

Almost all songs have strong melodies, original concept and in fact are hits. And even now when listening this album, I think with nostalgy about time, when strong rock albums ruled the musical world. I believe, the "Jazz" is one of the last. Rock was pushed out of main music scene later, and till now stayed more small island for thousands of freaks,than part of cultural world. Of course, there are pros and cons....

Far from prog, but last good album of a great band.

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Posted Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Review by Rune2000
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4 stars Jazz is considered to be a bit of an outsider comparing to the rest of Queens 70's catalog. Maybe it's because the album stands in between the two Queen eras or maybe that people expect to hear jazz influences? Either way I find most of the criticism unjust because Jazz is one of their better outputs!

It's by no means a masterpiece like Queen II or A Night At The Opera but those two albums are in a league of their own when it come to creativity and flawless execution. For me Jazz is basically a new take on the "Sheer Heart Attack"-formula which offers a wide array of compositions among which are many great classics. Just like Sheer Heart Attack this one offers most of it's highlights over the course of the first 20 minutes while the rest of the album is mostly a mixed bad of hits and misses. This is once again not a bad thing since the hist overshadow the misses by a margin so the overall quality of the songwriting is high.

It's a pity that Queen chose to leave their unique sound for a more conventional sound in the 80's which is why I never cared much for their albums after this one. In a way it's a sort of a farewell album and an excellent addition to any rock music collection.

***** star songs: Mustapha (3:00) Jealousy (3:13) Bicycle Race (3:02) Don't Stop Me Now (3:29)

**** star songs: Fat Bottomed Girls (4:16) If You Can't Beat Them (4:15) Let Me Entertain You (3:02) Dead On Time (3:22) Dreamer's Ball (3:30) Leaving Home Ain't Easy (3:14) More Of That Jazz (4:20)

*** star songs: In Only Seven Days (2:28) Fun It (3:29)

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Posted Sunday, January 24, 2010

Review by progpositivity
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2 stars One of the things I respect about the band Queen is their commitment to allowing each band member to consistently contribute songs to each album. This time out, Mercury writes 5 songs to May's 4, with Deacon and Taylor both contributing 2 apiece.

Overall, the music is a little more edgy and powerful than on their previous outing. If Mercury wears his rock star alienation a little to prominently on his sleeve during "Let Me Entertain You", Brian May does his best to cover it over with chunky slabs of electric guitar. Brian May contributes the best rocker on this record with the frenetic "Dead on Time".

It is 1978 and the race was on to find ways to create rock versions of disco. Something powerful enough to not alienate loyal rock fans, yet something consistently plodding enough to qualify for the elusive jackpot sweepstakes of the dancing single sales dollar. Queen wisely gives their disco test run with "Fun It", a tune featuring banging drum fills and the razor-rock sharp vocals of Roger Taylor.

Next year, The Kinks would make it work with their smash hit "Superman", Kiss would cash in on "I Was Made For Lovin' You" and Queen would go multi-platinum with "Another One Bites The Dust". But it was "Fun It" that first tested the waters that eventually opened the floodgates of "Hot Space". Even so, it is an interesting combination of mechanized power drumming, whistle, and hard rock vocals. Certainly interesting enough. Not a bad song if you like that sort of thing.

Lyrical mainstream pop is where John Deacon's star usually shines brightest. But May's yearning for a time of simplicity conveys a sense of bitter-sweet nostalgia on the album's strongest pop offering "Leaving Home Ain't Easy". Mercury's "Jealousy" and Deacon's "In Only Seven Days" are unconvincingly pleasant in comparison.

Brian May is still over-dubbing guitar parts like a maniac! Instead of doing it on hard rock - art rock songs like on Queen II, he's now doing it on whimsical bluesy numbers like "Dreamer's Ball".

"Don't Stop Me Now" is half rock song, half show tune, and all Freddie Mercury. And there is plenty more where all of that came from on this collection of popular rock and hard rock tunes. Rate it higher as a popular rock record if you will, but it simply cannot be rated as an "excellent addition to any prog rock music collection".

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Posted Monday, May 17, 2010

Review by Evolver
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3 stars This is the last Queen album worth owning until their final studio effort, "Innuendo". It starts off with a bang. Mustapha, played in a faux-Arabic style has all of the overblown arrangements that made the early Queen albums so much fun. After that, it seems that the darkness that had been lurking behind the band's best music disappears. Suddenly, they are singing about girls with fat rear ends, and bicycle races (which despite the topic, is a pretty good song).

Here you get for the last time in a good while, a hefty helping of Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon actually playin impressively, instead of trying to create disco or adult contemporary hits. And the heavily overdubbed vocals, a long time staple of the band, are still used for a good effect, instead of sounding cheesy, as they will in the near future for Queen.

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Posted Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Review by Warthur
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2 stars A notch better than News of the World solely because it contains no songs as turgid and lifeless as We Are the Champions or We Will Rock You, or as doggone lazy as Sheer Heart Attack, Jazz is still a miserably cynical Queen album which leads off with a half-hearted attempt to revive the heaviness of their early days disguised by a botched attempt to imitate Middle Eastern music (Mustapha), but otherwise contains a clutch of moronic clap-along tracks that remain inexplicably popular to this day (Don't Stop Me Now, Fat Bottomed Girls, Bicycle Race) and a whole heap of utterly forgettable filler.

The hits are fun enough to sing along to on a karaoke night but aren't exactly satisfying listening material if you aren't drunk and singing along with a crowd of friends. Not even alcohol can improve the filler material. Only the Queen-obsessed should touch this one.

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Posted Sunday, October 30, 2011

Review by UMUR
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4 stars "Jazz" is the 7th full-length studio album by UK rock act Queen. The album was released through EMI/Parlophone in Europe and Elektra/Hollywood in the USA in November 1978. Queen opted to bring in producer Roy Thomas Baker, who had handled the production on many of the bandīs earlier releases, to co- produce the album.

...maybe thatīs why "Jazz" is a pretty hard rocking release compared to "News of the World (1977)". Of course thatīs not the entire story. Queen have always been an exceptionally eclectic band, and thatīs also the case on "Jazz" (which btw has little to nothing to do with jazz music). Vocals and choir vocals to die for, high quality hard rock riffing (check out the fast guitar riffs in "Dead on Time", which almost cross into metal territory), catchy pop/mainstream sensibilities ("Fat Bottomed Girls", "In Only Seven Days"), experimentation ("Bicycle Race", "More of that Jazz") and just generally sophisticated songwriting that thankfully never sacrifice power or memorability.

Another thing that is great about "Jazz" (and most other releases by Queen) is the humour that the bandīs lyrics and music are loaded with. I know some people might find tracks like "Mustapha" and "Dreamer's Ball" silly, but I think exactly tracks like that define what an inclusive and skilled band Queen are. The fact that they are able to pull off playing as many different musical styles as they do is admirable.

"Jazz" is another great album in a long line of great albums by Queen. Iīm well entertained all the way through the album and the quality of the music is also high throughout. A 3.5 - 4 star (75%) rating is deserved.

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Posted Wednesday, November 21, 2012

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3 stars I find JAZZ to be a very underated Queen album. It was, really the last of the classic Queen release before THE GAME came along and changed much about what the band was doing. JAZZ has fine number like "Mustapha", "Fat Bottemed Girls", "Jealousy", "Bicycle Race", "Let me Entertain You", and "In Only ... (read more)

Report this review (#733634) | Posted by mohaveman | Friday, April 20, 2012 | Review Permanlink

5 stars 9/10 For some reason I am not attracted Jazz at the outset as their predecessors did. No wonder I have dedicated more listeners than he had ever done for any album - six in all. But the moment I write these words, I am sure that this album is comparable to all that the Queen had already lau ... (read more)

Report this review (#701271) | Posted by voliveira | Friday, March 30, 2012 | Review Permanlink

3 stars Jazz ? 1978 (3.4/5) 11 ? Best Song: Fat Bottom Girls Well, this is particularly a very strange album. What the hell is up with that blabbering 'Mustapha'? It's not got enough melody for me, sir, but it's altogether much more entertaining than basically anything off of News of the World. It ... (read more)

Report this review (#445878) | Posted by Alitare | Wednesday, May 11, 2011 | Review Permanlink

4 stars This was my first Queen album and as such it has always been held in high regard. Bought originally when I was 12 and really beginning my musical education (those were the days of our lives indeed), this album knocked my socks off. Having only heard The Game previously, I had no idea what was in ... (read more)

Report this review (#176525) | Posted by DantesRing | Friday, July 11, 2008 | Review Permanlink

5 stars We are in 1978 and queen have already recorded their masterpiece ANATO.They can't reach the top because they already did it and they decided to change their sound.In Jazz everything is different from the prog MUSTAPHA to the straight rock FAT BOTTOMED GIRLS to the soft FUN IT..It's an album that ... (read more)

Report this review (#103535) | Posted by freddie | Monday, December 18, 2006 | Review Permanlink

3 stars Jazz sees Queen continuing in the path they had set with their previous album (News Of The World), a reasonable good effort, but not really great. The Mercury songs are the better songs on this album, Mustapha, Bicicle Race, let Me Entertain You and Don't Stop Me Know, fairly hard rocking, ve ... (read more)

Report this review (#92133) | Posted by tuxon | Tuesday, September 26, 2006 | Review Permanlink

4 stars This album is a Queen classic. I think is not prog but it's a very good album. This one is the last from their "progressive era". After Jazz, Queen comes a pop band with "The Game", "Hot Space", "A Kind of Magic" and stuff but always with the Queen sound, that sound that only they can make. In ... (read more)

Report this review (#72437) | Posted by Fede | Monday, March 20, 2006 | Review Permanlink

4 stars It was now 1978 and Queen took yet another turn, challenging their fans to accept something so different at each offering of new 12" plastic. Admittedly, this was one of the last Queen albums I purchased just based on the rather dull and boring front cover! The original gatefold vinyl did have ... (read more)

Report this review (#70539) | Posted by silversaw | Sunday, February 26, 2006 | Review Permanlink

3 stars When I heard this one I thought...What an album!!!! is fantastic...but the more I spinned it the more I got fed up with it...This is the typical album with catchy tunes, but with the ages remains as "just another record"...Yeah!...Mustapha, Fat Bottomed Girls, Bycicle Race, Let Me Entretain Yo ... (read more)

Report this review (#41120) | Posted by Carlos | Sunday, July 31, 2005 | Review Permanlink

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