Some groups appear, are creative for a relatively short period and then stagger on as a form of tribute act to past glories.
Other groups have their moment in the spotlight and then disappear for ever.
Free are one of those who could never reform, at least with all their originally members following the death of Paul Kossof.
They weren’t really around for all that long either as a proper creative force but at least they’ve had the chance to reform from time to time.
What Are The Best Live Albums By Free, Bad Company And Paul Rodgers?
The Best Hard Rock Live Albums Or Best Blues Rock Live Albums?
I class Bad Company as a hard rock band and Free as a blues rock band so their live albums don’t compete against each other.