Is Bad Company Making a Comeback?
Bring together Mick Ralphs, guitarist and song writer from Mott the Hoople and lead singer Paul Rodgers from the band Free, and you have the makings of an iconic rock band. The band is Bad Company-described as a British blues-rock collective.
If you were a 70’s child you couldn’t have missed them , and if you were in the 80’s or later you would have felt their influence in bands like Bon Jovi and Five Finger Death Punch.
Many of their singles, such as “Bad Company”, “Can’t Get Enough”, “Good Lovin’ Gone Bad”, and “Feel Like Makin’ Love”, remain staples of classic rock radio to this day. Bad Company certainly has their place in rock ‘n roll history locked away as a rare, classic act.
The fact that they’ve survived as a band this long has proven that the can sound great and deliver on stage and not just in the studio. Something that not all bands can do.
The great news is that for the first time ever, the band has remastered Bad Company (1974) and Straight Shooter (1975) using the original tapes to create new Deluxe Editions.
You can listen to the album here:
Now every rock star and fan of rock can get a taste of what it may have felt like to be in the audience during the 70’s era when they were numero uno, with their remastered albums Bad Company (1974) and Straight Shooter (1975).
One of the few singers (and bands) that sound just the same of 30 years ago. Amazing!