On March 29, 1987, Montserrat Caballé performs "Exercises In Free Love," accompanied by Mike Moran, as an encore at a recital at Covant Garden, London, England, with Freddie Mercury in the audience. Mercury, Caballé and Moran meet at Freddie's home after the recital, the Garden Lodge, in London and sing together for six hours. One hour is recorded by Peter Freestone, including the early versions of "The Fallen Priest" and "Barcelona". Freddie and Mike Moran had already started tinkering with "Rachmaninov's Revenge" as we hear them presenting the idea to Montserrat.