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Album Review

The six albums released by the original Bad Company between 1974 and 1982 arguably defined arena rock and, by extension, classic rock. The hard-hitting, no-frills, soulful sound created by vocalist Paul Rodgers (who also contributed piano and guitar occasionally), lead guitarist Mick Ralphs, bass guitarist Boz Burrell, and drummer Simon Kirke lives on through eternal radio airplay. Rodgers, Ralphs, Burrell, and Kirke reunited in 1999 to remind the public about the original band's legacy and downplay (if not bury) the Rodgers-less Bad Company lineups that experienced various levels of success from the late '80s through much of the 1990s. Burrell died in 2006, but Rodgers, Ralphs, and Kirke joined forces for a few short tours since then to keep the original Bad Company's musical flag flying proudly. Released in 2011, Live at Wembley captures a concert at London's Wembley Arena on April 11, 2010. (Since Burrell's passing, two members of Rodgers' solo band — former Heart guitarist Howard Leese and bass guitarist Lynn Sorensen — have supplemented the core surviving trio.) The band turns in a strong performance in its home country with all of the major pop and rock radio hits present and accounted for, often with extended intros and jams: "Can't Get Enough," "Run with the Pack," "Seagull," "Feel Like Makin' Love," "Shooting Star," "Rock and Roll Fantasy," "Movin' On," "Ready for Love," and "Bad Company." Classics are expected during a concert, of course, but any live performance by a band of Bad Company's stature is fleshed out with album cuts, minor hits, and overlooked gems revered by die-hard fans. Therefore, "Honey Child," the hit cover of the Coasters' "Young Blood," "Gone, Gone, Gone," "Electric Land," "Simple Man," and "Deal with the Preacher" truly complete the package. (The underappreciated "Electric Land" from 1982's otherwise lackluster Rough Diamonds is a major treat.) [Note: Due to CD playing time limitations, "Burnin' Sky" is omitted, but it is included on the Live at Wembley Blu-ray and DVD.]

Customer Reviews

Bad Co.

Totally amazing, paul rodgers still sounds perfect!! Long live Bad Co.!!

Paul Rodgers Rock on guy

Man you still got it to a tee mater fact you are like a great wine better with age, now I'm not saying you are old Sir. it just so great to here u again play.
u know I use to lisen to you in the hospotal when I was 10 years old I'm 52 now.
just wanted to tip my hat to you

Mr. Brook A. Campbell
1801 N. La Brea Av. #38
Los angeles,CA.90046

Can you Please send me a poster of all of you & can you sine it?

Big Bad Co Fan

I am and always have been a fan of Bad Company, so I already had these songs in my collection. I started to pass on this album because of that. I am so glad I didn't. I love it! It is now my favorite Bad Company album.


Formed: 1973 in England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Formed in 1973, the British hard rock outfit Bad Company was a supergroup comprised of ex-King Crimson bassist Boz Burrell, former Mott the Hoople guitarist Mick Ralphs, and singer Paul Rodgers and drummer Simon Kirke, both previous members of Free. Powered by Rodgers' muscular vocals and Ralphs' blues-based guitar work, Bad Company was the first group signed to Led Zeppelin's Swan Song vanity label. Their eponymous 1974 debut was an international hit, topping the U.S. album charts and scoring with...
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