Paul Rodgers - Live in Glasgow
Director: Tom Grimshaw
Cast: Paul Rodgers ( Vocals, Guitar & Piano, Howard Leese (Guitar & Vocals), Lynn Sorensen (Bass & Vocals), Ryan Hoyle (Drums), Kurtis Dengler ( Guitar)
ALL RIGHT NO-OW, BABY IT'S uh ALL RI-IGHT NOW!
I don't know what's harder to believe--that the rock song which catapulted Free to the top of the charts was first written, recorded, and performed 39 years ago, or that Paul Rodgers, the front man for Free, is still performing onstage, and in fine voice!
In 1970, a 17-year-old Rodgers combined with bassist Andy Fraser to write "All Right Now," which would turn out to be a huge international hit, and for the next several years the band would join Led Zeppelin as the top two grossing British acts. But creative differences forced Free to break up, and Rodgers next teamed with Mick Ralphs (who played guitar for Mott the Hoople) to form Bad Company. For roughly 10 years they recorded, toured, and enjoyed success with such songs as "Can't Get Enough (of Your Love)," "Feel Like Making Love," "Bad Company," and a cautionary song about music and drug abuse, "Shooting Star." During that time they released 15 albums and built a fan base that's still loyal. In fact, in interviews with fans that are included among the bonus features, a mother shows up at the concert with her daughter. It's like a Paul Rodgers ... (to read more follow the source link)
Here's the song list, in order:
1. "I'll Be Creepin'" (Free, Fire and Water album)
2. "The Stealer" (Free, Highway album)
3. "Ride on a Pony" (Free, Highway album)
5. "Be My Friend" (Free, Highway album)
6. "Warboys (A Prayer for Peace)"
7. "Feel Like Makin' Love (Bad Company, Straight Shooter album)
8. "Bad Company" (Bad Company, Bad Company album)
9. "I Just Want to See You Smile"
10. "Louisiana Blues" (solo, Muddy Water Blues: A Tribute to Muddy Waters album)
11. "Fire and Water" (Free, Fire and Water album)
12. "Wishing Well" (Free, Heartbreaker album)
13. "All Right Now" (Free, Fire and Water album)
14. "I'm a Mover" (Free, Tons of Sobs album)
15. "The Hunter" (Free, Tons of Sobs album)
16. "Can't Get Enough" (Bad Company, Bad Company album)
Production: UK | Dash Productions