Free were an English rock band formed in London in , best known for their signature song " All Right Now ". Free became renowned for their live shows and non-stop touring. However, their studio albums did not sell very well until their third, Fire and Water , featured the massive hit "All Right Now". The song helped secure them a place at the Isle of Wight Festival , where they played to , people. Rolling Stone has referred to the band as "British hard rock pioneers". Most remarkable about the birth of Free was the youth of the band members who came together to rehearse and play their first gig on the evening of 19 April at the Nag's Head pub, which was at the junction of York Road and Plough Road in Battersea , London.
9.) Soon I Will be Gone
Each member bounces off of one another in more ways than none. Paul Rodgers , who later went on to front Bad Company and The Firm, brings more of a soulful punch in contrast to the gruff noise that follows. Guitarist Paul Kossoff is the leading energizer who smashes through the speakers with the dirtiest riffs and pungent guitar solos that are but a tonal representation of himself; he set himself apart from the other guitarists of his category with his distinctive harmony and string bends. And even though they only had a short-lived career, losing Paul Kossoff at the untimely age of twenty-five years old, Free still left behind a trail of blazing-hot influence; the mold of hard rock was soon in the making thanks to bands like them. In , Free recorded what would be their final album, Heartbreaker. The album let the band go out with quite the bang, with the incomparable single, Wishing Well, carrying their infelicitous exit with quiet dignity and grace. This is also one of the songs off the album where Paul Rodgers plays lead guitar on, too. After the success of their classic record, Fire and Water , the band recorded perhaps their most musically alluring album, Highway. Instead, the record offers up a more diverse and intimate sound.
10.) Wishing Well
I have no idea why — it was just one of those records. Most rock bands want to play loud all the time, and to achieve that kind of economy and space is amazing. So that song would have to be number one…. Everybody mimes all the drum fills, too. Every part of this record is perfect.
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