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Fire And Water
Fire And Water
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The most underestimated band in rock history!, 13 Jan. 2005
This review is from: Fire And Water (Audio CD)
What can i say about this album?? As a massive Free fan, some what suprising to my ignorent student peers, i love this album and see it as one of my all time favourites. Although the original album is only 7 tracks in length each one is truely great, this album is for sure not just about 'Alright now'. From the great rock beat of the title track (Thank you Simon Kirke!) to the sheer rock heaven of 'Mr Big' in which Fraser lays down a bass solo which must be a contender for rocks greatest, this album is just brilliant. Along with the aformentioned tracks we are treated to 4 great ballads on this album with 'Oh I Wept' and 'Don't Say You Love Me' worthy of note for Kossoff's guitar playing and Rodgers masterclass vocals respectinly.
This album is a must buy for Free newcomers as well as those who have heard bits from these guys before. Rodgers/Kossoff/Fraser and Kirke stand up and take a bow!!!!!!!!

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pronounced Excellent!, 13 Jan. 2005
Although i had heard Skynard tracks before, after buying this album on vinyl resantly i was shocked at it's brilliance. Not only does the album contain the rock classic 'Freebird' argueably rocks second greatest ever track behind Stairway, but all of the other tracks on the record are superb. From the opening riff of 'I ain't the one' the album takes the listener on a good only fashioned rock'n'roll journey which include the haunting 'Tuesday's gone' , the lyricly biting 'Things goin on' as well as the sheer rock genius of 'Gimme three steps'.
To sum this album up is tough all i can say is that as a student of today i , after buying the album exactly 30 years after it's realise, still find it to be as fresh and sensational as it was when first relised.

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