"…In terms of recording quality, this one is a winner, with extremely quiet surfaces, a nice wide open soundstage and warm tonality that one doesn't always get with Japanese pressings, reissues or not." – Jeff Dorgay, Tone Audio
, www.tonepublications.comFire and Water
was the 1970 breakthrough of the British blues/hard rock group, Free. As the band's third album, Fire and Water
broke the Top 20. Free's brand of blues rock framed Paul Rodgers' throaty voice, and guitarist Paul Kossoff provides the perfect foil with incisive, measured solos exemplified by his contribution to "All Right Now." This is the record that took the band from club gigs to festival dates.