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Burnin' Sky

by Bad Company

Burnin' Sky by Bad Company

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Burnin' Sky

by Bad Company

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Label: Rhino Atlantic
Bad Company may have had bigger hits, but opener "Burnin' Sky" is arguably Paul Rodgers' best moment since "Fire and Water," from his days with Free. While this, the band's fourth album, was something of a disappointment commercially, it does find Rodgers and his cohorts taking some risks. While a pop song on the order of "Morning Sun" is not all that far from what the band had always done, the playful psyche-folk of "Knapsack" reveals a side of the band they had always kept from the public, specifically that they were willing to joke around once in a while.

About This Album

Bad Company may have had bigger hits, but opener "Burnin' Sky" is arguably Paul Rodgers' best moment since "Fire and Water," from his days with Free. While this, the band's fourth album, was something of a disappointment commercially, it does find Rodgers and his cohorts taking some risks. While a pop song on the order of "Morning Sun" is not all that far from what the band had always done, the playful psyche-folk of "Knapsack" reveals a side of the band they had always kept from the public, specifically that they were willing to joke around once in a while.

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About This Album

Bad Company may have had bigger hits, but opener "Burnin' Sky" is arguably Paul Rodgers' best moment since "Fire and Water," from his days with Free. While this, the band's fourth album, was something of a disappointment commercially, it does find Rodgers and his cohorts taking some risks. While a pop song on the order of "Morning Sun" is not all that far from what the band had always done, the playful psyche-folk of "Knapsack" reveals a side of the band they had always kept from the public, specifically that they were willing to joke around once in a while.