Hard Rock Live is a live album and DVD by Bad Company.
It was recorded at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, California on August 8, 2008.
This version of Bad Company features singer Paul Rodgers and lead guitarist Mick Ralphs.
Songs On Bad Company Hard Rock Live
1. Bad Company
2. Honey Child
3. Burnin’ Sky
4. Gone, Gone, Gone
5. Run with the Pack
6. Live for the Music
8. Feel Like Makin’ Love
9. Movin’ On
10. Simple Man
11. Rock Steady
12. Shooting Star
13. Can’t Get Enough
14. Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy
15. Ready for Love
16. Good Lovin’ Gone Bad
Playing on the album are:
Paul Rodgers – vocals, guitar, piano
Mick Ralphs – guitar
Howard Leese – guitar
Lynn Sorensen – bass
Simopn Kirke – drums
The original Bad Company didn’t have two lead guitarists so this means an even fuller sound. As you’d expect, the set list is dominated by the first two studio albums and I’m really pleased to see Good Lovin’ Gone Bad on the album. It’s got one of my favourite pauses in music.
Paul Rodgers was a great singer and it’s really good to hear that he’s retained his voice. I’ve definitely got a soft spot for Bad Company.
Buying Bad Company Hard Rock Live
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What Do You Think?
Is this a great live album?
Is it the best live album by Bad Company? Which do you recommend?
What Are The Best Live Albums Of All Time
Please vote in the poll to find the best hard rock and heavy metal live albums and the best classic rock live albums. (I see Bad Company on the border of hard rock and classic rock and this means a lot of polls.) I see a vote as a recommendation to others that an album is well worth investigating.
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Because there are so many excellent classic rock live albums I have split the poll into two and you may find some of your favourites in the second division. Albums will be promoted when they get enough votes.