Fire And Water - Free Reviews
Newest Review: ... tracks are fairly slow and unfortunately they do now sound a little bit dated. The tracks are: * Fire and Water * Oh I Wept ... more
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by - written on 15/11/01, updated on 15/11/01 (Very useful, 124 readings)
Free was one of the great groups from the late 1960’s and early 1970’s with the sound of endless electric guitar melodies and some memorable tunes. Unfortunately a lot of their music has now been forgotten, but now and again I get out this old vinyl LP and enjoy their music again. The album ‘Fire and Water’ only has seven tracks on it so you can guess that some of them are fairly long. A lot of the tracks are very similar in sound with a pop rock feel to them. Most of the tracks are fairly slow and unfortunately they do now sound a little bit dated. The tracks are: * Fire and Water * Oh I Wept * Remember * Heavy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/00, updated on 11/11/00 (Useful, 76 readings)
For most people, probably the only track you would know of this brillant album is the classic "All Right Now". This song has been elevated into the Hall of Fame and deservedly so. Even then, the version on the album is the extended version with an extra bass solo from the bass playing genius, Andy Fraser. I must admit I bought the album (way back in 1970) purely on the strength of that one track but the whole album just blew me away. This is all true R&B, with a unique touch of Soul. Many of the tracks, such as "Heavy Load" are quite slow but oh so full of passion. "Fire and Water", the opening title track ... Read the complete review
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