Free - Fire And Water 1970
MP3 @ 192 | 87 MB | Covers included | repost
In June 1970 Free had established their reputation as one of the greatest stripped back rock acts, with two albums and constant touring under their belt. The combination of Paul Rodgers (one of the best vocalists of all time, Bad Company and now with Queen), Paul Kossoff (the guitarist died of drug related heart problems at the tender age of 25) and Simon Kirke (drummer of Bad Company) would ensure that they would never be forgotten. Their third album, Fire and Water is unique in their repertoire, as a consistently great album, the first that was self-produced, yielding much bickering as a result, but incredible nevertheless: rough, blues oriented music, soul-inspired vocals, it’s got to be on the shelf of any serious rock fan.