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  • Audio CD (April 6, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Phantasm Imports
  • ASIN: B0035H3NNQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,585 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Can't Get Enough Bad Company
2. Rock Steady Bad Company
3. Feel Like Makin' Love Bad Company
4. Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Bad Company
5. Ready For Love Bad Company
6. Run With The Pack Bad Company
7. Seagull Bad Company
8. Shooting Star Bad Company
9. My Brother Jake Free
10. Wishing Well Free
11. Be My Friend Free
12. The Hunter Free
13. Little Bit Of Love Free
14. Fire And Water Free
15. All Right Now

Editorial Reviews

15 tracks collects together the best of moments of Paul Rodgers time with Free(7 songs) & Bad Co.(8 songs) Bad Co.tracks: Can't Get Enough, Rock Steady, Feel Like Makin' Love, Rock'n'Roll Fantasy, Ready for Love, Run with the Pack, Seagull, Shooting Star Free tracks: My Brother Jake, Wishing Well, Be My Friend, The Hunter, Little Bit of Love, Fire & Water, All Right Now.

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Hissyspit on July 17, 2010
Format: Audio CD
The point of this CD is to cash in on and celebrate the most-current reunion and revival of Paul Rodgers and Bad Company, and their touring of the U.K.and U.S., by offering an overview of Rodgers career with his biggest two bands, which would include Free, not just Bad Company. Free was much bigger in England than in the United States and most of the Free songs presented here were decent size hit singles there, not so much in America. In fact, in some ways, Free was more successful in the United Kingdom than Bad Company was. For instance, "Movin' On" was never even released as a single in Britain and "Rock and Roll Fantasy was not a hit there, while most Americans have no idea what "My Brother Jake" is, a decent radio hit in the U.K. So to complain about absent Bad Company songs is to miss the point. To complain that this really should be a two-disc set would be more on the mark. I just put together my own Rodgers career overview and it filled up six CDs.

Still, keeping in mind that this is a mostly a Brit thing, for a look at what Rodgers was up to from 1968 through 1978, this does an o.k. job, giving those who want or need to bone up on their "Free awareness" the radio high points. Nice cover graphic, too. As few albums as the original Bad Company put out and as readily available at budget prices they are, you might as well buy all five (pretend 'Rough Diamonds' doesn't exist or download "Electricland." And you really should have all the Free British reissues, because they have a plethora of great bonus tracks and will be out of print (probably) some day.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. Long on February 1, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Bad Company

1. Can't Get Enough
2. Rock Steady
3. Feel Like Makin' Love
4. Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy
5. Ready For Love
6. Run With The Pack
7. Seagull
8. Shooting Star

Free

9. My Brother Jake
10. Wishing Well
11. Be My Friend
12. The Hunter
13. Little Bit Of Love
14. Fire And Water
15. All Right Now

Any real fan of Free, Bad Company and Paul Rodgers knows this collection is a waste of time and money. It's a waste of space simply putting it on a disc. This cd is for perhaps your child who you are trying to turn on to Paul, his music and his bands. The idea of the Very Best just begs for the inclusion of THE VERY BEST, some of which is here, but most of which is not here. Any best of collection from these bands and Paul would have to be at least two cds. I think a "best of" collection with this title should have at least offered some of the following songs.

Very Best of Bad Company that are not here:

Silver Blue and Gold
Burning Sky
Anna
Call on Me
Don't Let Me Down
Gone, Gone, Gone
Honey Child
Sweet Lil' Sister

Very Best of FREE songs that are not here:

Woman
Bodi
I Love You So
Heartbreaker
Heavy Load
Oh I Wept
Songs of Yesterday
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16 of 22 people found the following review helpful By S. Riley on May 9, 2010
Format: Audio CD
This CD should especially have "Silver, Blue & Gold" (which i think is really their best song) as well as "Bad Company" (their namesake song from their first album). Their Greatest Hits CD BAD COMPANY - 10 FROM 6 is almost as good, and it's only a few bucks used on Amazon (including shipping). I recommend you buy that and their Run with the Pack' CD - used, in 'good' condition (with has Silver, Blue & Gold as well as other pretty songs like 'Love Me Somebody' and 'Simple Man' (not Lynyrd Skynyrd's) and you'll get a much better value. or for a few bucks you can get Original Bad Company Anthology *Only if you like the "FREE" songs on this CD will you find this to be a good value.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Richardson TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 25, 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Remastering is superb! Unlike other reviews that moan about what is left out I'll stick with what is left IN and I'm an owner so I can speak to the BRILLIANT SOUND of this disc. Sure , tons were left out but when Bad Company issued a double CD anthology The 'Original' Bad Company Anthology with 31 tracks they didn't include a hit single "Young Blood" or "Gone , Gone , Gone" both of which they are still performing and in fact are on their most recent Live at Wembley CD and DVD. It also missed "Electric land" which was featured on their scant 10 from 6 Greatest Hits 10 From 6 (Greatest Hits)as well as their most recent Wembley CD and DVD. In other words...They have a massive collection of great tunes and any single disc is going to miss a ton of them and particularly when sharing space with FREE. I could go on and on about FREE songs that should have been included in my dream best of as well but the point of this disc was to support the recent Bad Company tour of the UK and it was a top 10 seller over there. For the price Amazon.com has it as well as the other sellers..its a solid deal and an excellent buy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By W. Shannon on December 21, 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
this album is the missing link for me as I always wondered whappened to the band Free and this album shows how some members of the band went to bad company and hearing Free and bad company music on the same album is amazing how well the music from the two banbs blend so well.
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Can't believe Free got 7 songs on this album
I politely disagree. Free, pound for pound, were better than Bad Company. I love Bad Company, but aside from Paul Rodgers' vocals, they never really tore it loose, except on a few cuts from the first two or three records. Bad Company were really really good, but Free had more raw energy and... Read More
May 18, 2010 by bass boy |  See all 4 posts
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