Bad Company - Bad Company
|Bad Company almost defined stadium rock. Always more highly regarded in the US than in their native England, the band was formed from the remnants of Free, whom many believed had been the greatest British blues/rock band. Their final album, Heartbreaker, was a masterpiece whose qualities have become increasingly clear over the years. I remember my astonishment at the time that the sublime (but dead) Paul Kossoff was effectively being replaced on guitar by Mick Ralphs from the rather lightweight Mott The Hoople. And who was this Boz Burrell on bass? Which King Crimson albums had he actually played on?
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