Bad Company’s Paul Rodgers on Album Reissues, ‘Capturing Atmosphere’ & the Legacy of His Most Famous Song
Are more reissues in the works?
This is a faster version of the song that they originally released as the B-side to “Good Lovin’ Gone Bad.”
Paul Rodgers is one of the dominant voices of the classic rock format, despite not having the personality often required for rock legend status. But what he lacked in media coverage, he more than made up for with radio airtime: Bad Company was one of the bands that the AOR (album-oriented rock) format was built on; their catalog includes an embarrassment of hits including “Can’t Get Enough,” “Rock Steady,” “Bad Company,” “Shooting Star,” “Ready for Love,” “Feel Like Makin’ Love” and many others.
…Which are all up for auction along with Eric Clapton, Bad Company and Ozzy Osbourne relics at an unbecoming price.
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