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Burnin' Sky (Remastered)

Bad Company

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The string finally ran out for Bad Company with their fourth album, Burnin' Sky. Their approach was so simple that it almost inevitably became formulaic, and although Mick Ralphs continued to screech with his sparse guitar leads and Paul Rodgers continued to present his lust in a soulful voice -- well, one had heard it all before several times by now. A band that begins life declaring "I can't get enough of your love" doesn't really have anywhere to go, and by this, their fourth album, Bad Company were getting sloppy around the edges, tossing in a '50s pastiche in "Everything I Need," crooning "The Happy Wanderer" as if they were on a drunken pub crawl. There were plenty of those patented ominous midtempo rockers, too, of course, but nothing you'd want to add to the set list. Of course, the real reason this was the first of the band's LPs to miss the Top Ten in the U.S. and the U.K. is that last point: only one hit single in the title track. Clearly, it was time to try something new, but after three years of stadium rocking, what Bad Company wanted to try instead was a vacation; they weren't heard from again for two years.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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1
Burnin' Sky (2017 Remaster)
00:05:11

Mel Collins, Flute, Saxophone - Ted Jensen, MasteringEngineer - Simon Kirke, Drums - Bad Company, Producer, MainArtist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar - Boz Burrell, Bass Guitar - Paul Rodgers, Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals, Writer

© 1977 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1977 Swan Song Inc. 2017 Remastered Rhino Entertainment

2
Morning Sun (2017 Remaster)
00:04:08

Mel Collins, Flute, Saxophone - Ted Jensen, MasteringEngineer - Chris Kimsey, Engineer - Simon Kirke, Drums - Bad Company, Producer, MainArtist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar - Boz Burrell, Bass Guitar - Paul Rodgers, Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals, Writer - Tim Hinkley, Keyboards

© 1977 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1977 Swan Song Inc. 2017 Remastered Rhino Entertainment

3
Leaving You (2017 Remaster)
00:03:24

Mel Collins, Flute, Saxophone - Ted Jensen, MasteringEngineer - Chris Kimsey, Engineer - Simon Kirke, Drums - Bad Company, Producer, MainArtist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar - Boz Burrell, Bass Guitar - Paul Rodgers, Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals, Writer - Tim Hinkley, Keyboards

© 1977 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1977 Swan Song Inc. 2017 Remastered Rhino Entertainment

4
Like Water (2017 Remaster)
00:04:20

Mel Collins, Flute, Saxophone - Ted Jensen, MasteringEngineer - Chris Kimsey, Engineer - Simon Kirke, Drums - Bad Company, Producer, MainArtist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar - Boz Burrell, Bass Guitar - Paul Rodgers, Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals, Writer - Tim Hinkley, Keyboards - Machiko Shimizu, Writer

© 1977 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1977 Swan Song Inc. 2017 Remastered Rhino Entertainment

5
Knapsack (The Happy Wanderer) (2017 Remaster)
00:01:21

Mel Collins, Flute, Saxophone - Ted Jensen, MasteringEngineer - Chris Kimsey, Engineer - Simon Kirke, Drums - Bad Company, Producer, MainArtist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar - Boz Burrell, Bass Guitar - Friedrich-Wilhelm Möller, Writer - Paul Rodgers, Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals - Tim Hinkley, Keyboards - Antonia Ridge, Writer

© 1977 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1977 Swan Song Inc. 2017 Remastered Rhino Entertainment

6
Everything I Need (2017 Remaster)
00:03:29

Mel Collins, Flute, Saxophone - Ted Jensen, MasteringEngineer - Chris Kimsey, Engineer - Simon Kirke, Drums, Writer - Bad Company, Producer, MainArtist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar, Writer - Boz Burrell, Bass Guitar, Writer - Paul Rodgers, Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals, Writer - Tim Hinkley, Keyboards

© 1977 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1977 Swan Song Inc. 2017 Remastered Rhino Entertainment

7
Heartbeat (2017 Remaster)
00:02:37

Mel Collins, Flute, Saxophone - Ted Jensen, MasteringEngineer - Chris Kimsey, Engineer - Simon Kirke, Drums - Bad Company, Producer, MainArtist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar - Boz Burrell, Bass Guitar - Paul Rodgers, Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals, Writer - Tim Hinkley, Keyboards

© 1977 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1977 Swan Song Inc. 2017 Remastered Rhino Entertainment

8
Peace of Mind (2017 Remaster)
00:03:26

Mel Collins, Flute, Saxophone - Ted Jensen, MasteringEngineer - Chris Kimsey, Engineer - Simon Kirke, Drums, Writer - Bad Company, Producer, MainArtist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar - Boz Burrell, Bass Guitar - Paul Rodgers, Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals - Tim Hinkley, Keyboards

© 1977 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1977 Swan Song Inc. 2017 Remastered Rhino Entertainment

9
Passing Time (2017 Remaster)
00:02:31

Mel Collins, Flute, Saxophone - Ted Jensen, MasteringEngineer - Chris Kimsey, Engineer - Simon Kirke, Drums - Bad Company, Producer, MainArtist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar - Boz Burrell, Bass Guitar - Paul Rodgers, Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals, Writer - Tim Hinkley, Keyboards

© 1977 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1977 Swan Song Inc. 2017 Remastered Rhino Entertainment

10
Too Bad (2017 Remaster)
00:03:53

Mel Collins, Flute, Saxophone - Ted Jensen, MasteringEngineer - Chris Kimsey, Engineer - Simon Kirke, Drums - Bad Company, Producer, MainArtist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar, Writer - Boz Burrell, Bass Guitar - Paul Rodgers, Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals - Tim Hinkley, Keyboards

© 1977 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1977 Swan Song Inc. 2017 Remastered Rhino Entertainment

11
Man Needs Woman (2017 Remaster)
00:03:45

Mel Collins, Flute, Saxophone - Ted Jensen, MasteringEngineer - Chris Kimsey, Engineer - Simon Kirke, Drums - Bad Company, Producer, MainArtist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar, Writer - Boz Burrell, Bass Guitar - Paul Rodgers, Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals - Tim Hinkley, Keyboards

© 1977 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1977 Swan Song Inc. 2017 Remastered Rhino Entertainment

12
Master of Ceremony (2017 Remaster)
00:07:13

Mel Collins, Flute, Saxophone - Ted Jensen, MasteringEngineer - Chris Kimsey, Engineer - Simon Kirke, Drums, Writer - Bad Company, Producer, MainArtist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar, Writer - Boz Burrell, Bass Guitar, Writer - Paul Rodgers, Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals, Writer - Tim Hinkley, Keyboards

© 1977 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1977 Swan Song Inc. 2017 Remastered Rhino Entertainment

Descriptif de l'album

The string finally ran out for Bad Company with their fourth album, Burnin' Sky. Their approach was so simple that it almost inevitably became formulaic, and although Mick Ralphs continued to screech with his sparse guitar leads and Paul Rodgers continued to present his lust in a soulful voice -- well, one had heard it all before several times by now. A band that begins life declaring "I can't get enough of your love" doesn't really have anywhere to go, and by this, their fourth album, Bad Company were getting sloppy around the edges, tossing in a '50s pastiche in "Everything I Need," crooning "The Happy Wanderer" as if they were on a drunken pub crawl. There were plenty of those patented ominous midtempo rockers, too, of course, but nothing you'd want to add to the set list. Of course, the real reason this was the first of the band's LPs to miss the Top Ten in the U.S. and the U.K. is that last point: only one hit single in the title track. Clearly, it was time to try something new, but after three years of stadium rocking, what Bad Company wanted to try instead was a vacation; they weren't heard from again for two years.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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