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Dave Clark, creator of Time, found and released the original recording of Mercury's performance of "Time Waits for No One" after decades of searching for it. Fox Photos/Getty Images hide caption

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'It Was Magic': Unearthed Video Shows Freddie Mercury In Rare Form

Songwriter and producer Dave Clark recalls working with Freddie Mercury on the song "Time Waits for No One," and he describes how he found the recording after decades of searching.

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Dave Clark, creator of Time, found and released the original recording of Mercury's performance of "Time Waits for No One" after decades of searching for it. Fox Photos/Getty Images hide caption

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'It Was Magic': Unearthed Video Shows Freddie Mercury In Rare Form

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'It Was Magic': Unearthed Video Shows Freddie Mercury In Rare Form

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