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Old 03-01-10, 09:10 AM
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I read Ryan Keefer's DVD review of Bad Company: Hard Rock Live + Bonus CD at http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/read.php?ID=42413 and...having seen Paul Rodgers' perform both solo and with Queen have to agree that of all the singers from the late 60's-70's era, his is the voicw that has remained the most intact. My guess would be that it's because he didn't scream his songs, he sang them. He also has to be the most relaxed looking singer I have ever seen... barely moving, putting it all into the voice. Is it technique or good genes? Either way, he is indeed an underrated Rock God eclipsed by the histrionics of Plant, Tyler, and others who now are mostly mere shadows of their former greatness.
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How many members of Free are still alive? I would like to see a reunion dvd of them if possible.
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I think save for Paul Kossoff, everyone else is still around.
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This was just on Comcast last week. I caught a few songs but then changed it.
It was nice to hear the old songs, they did a few from Runnin With the Pack.
They did Honey Child, Sweet Lil Sister that I saw.
But to tell you the truth, i'm getting a bit tired of seeing 60+ year old musicians
doing hits from 40 years ago.
If they want to release something how about some concert footage of when these bands were in their prime, when they had a lot more ENERGY then what they have today.
If they would release a concert from say 1978 that is something that I would buy.

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