Bad Company – Straight Shooter (1975/2015) [FLAC 24bit, 88,2 kHz]

Bad Company - Straight Shooter (1975/2015) [FLAC 24bit, 88,2 kHz] Download

Artist: Bad Company
Album: Straight Shooter
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock
Release Date: 1975/2015
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 88,2 kHz
Duration: 38:49
Total Tracks: 8
Total Size: 806 MB


01. Bad Company – Good Lovin’ Gone Bad (Remastered Version) (03:37)
02. Bad Company – Feel Like Makin’ Love (Remastered Version) (05:16)
03. Bad Company – Weep No More (Remastered Version) (04:02)
04. Bad Company – Shooting Star (Remastered Version) (06:19)
05. Bad Company – Deal With The Preacher (Remastered Version) (05:04)
06. Bad Company – Wild Fire Woman (Remastered Version) (04:35)
07. Bad Company – Anna (Remastered Version) (03:45)
08. Bad Company – Call On Me (Remastered Version) (06:07)


Bad Company followed up their initial success with the 1975 release of the triple-platinum albumStraight Shooter which contained the Top Ten smash ballad “Feel Like Makin’ Love” which was Grammy nominated. Paul Rodgers stated, “I started writing ‘Feel Like Makin Love’ when I was 18 and felt it needed an extra something. When I played it for Mick he added the big guitar bada ba bada ba then I felt the song was finished.” Other tracks from the album, such as “Shooting Star” have long since become concert and radio staples.

Straight Shooter enjoyed international success, reaching number three on both the UK and US album charts. The ecstatic response to the album accelerated the group’s momentum and their standing as one of the most popular concert attractions in the world.One year after Bad Company’s multi-platinum self-titled debut, the British band returned to London to record a follow-up. Utilizing material written earlier in 1973, vocalist and songwriter Paul Rodgers wrote two acoustic-based rock ballads that would live on forever in the annals of great rock history. “Shooting Star” and the Grammy-nominated “Feel Like Makin’ Love” helped Straight Shooter rise quickly through the charts to reach Billboard’s number three spot both in the U.S. and U.K. However, critically and commercially the album never achieved the tremendous success of its predecessor, largely due to the lack of strong follow-up singles and supporting tracks. Simon Kirke stepped out from behind the drum-set to help produce and write “Anna” and “Weep No More,” two slower and less aggressive ballads indicative of the overall diminishing quality of the album. Following the release of Straight Shooter, Bad Company headlined their first North American tour. –Gautam Baksi

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