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  • Audio CD (Feb. 26 1991)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Best of
  • Label: Island - Universal Special Imports
  • ASIN: B000006YTG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
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Features 14 total tracks including 'Come Together In The Morning', 'Wishing Well', 'My Brother Jake', 'Be My Friend' and more. Sony. 2005.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A real Gem! Aug. 19 2000
By D. Prozzo - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I absolutely agree with the first reviewer. Few rock songs have the visceral impact of 'Wishing Well' and 'All Right Now'. The rest of the list is amazingly good. Where did these geniuses come from? Superb remastering! Cough up the 25 bucks and you won't be sorry. No other rock music drives its beat into your soul better than this.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars THE ULTIMATE FREE PRIMER! Aug. 18 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Whether you are a FREE fan or not,this CD is a "must have".The beauty of this collection lies not only in its selection of FREE classics,but in its remastering!
The CD was painstakingly re-mixed and re-mastered by none other than Bob Clearmountain,who has meticulously kept the integrity of the original tracks intact,but at the same time given us a glimpse of what FREE would have sounded like in the '90s.
The opening track,"Wishing Well",takes your head off and hands it to you,while reminding all the current "wannabe's"(Black Crowes,Brother Cane et al.),that nobody did it better than these guys!
Some other gems on this CD include alternate,and harder-edged takes of "Little Bit of Love","All Right Now",and "The Stealer".Kossoff's guitar has never sounded more passionate,Fraser & Kirke's rhythm section hits like a sledgehammer,and Rogers vocals are timeless.
You won't regret spending the extra for this import,it will undoubtedly become one of your favourites.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars An Opportunity Gone Begging March 15 2005
By Peter Herring - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I saw Free's last gig at Randwick Racecourse, Sydney, 9 May, 1971. I travelled 45 miles to share the day with a group of my school friends: Carla Bormann, Anne Powell, Steve Morgan, Barry Clark, Steve Jackson, Ian McKinlay, Neil McKinlay, Ted Bugarski, Ken Griffiths, Malcolm Johnson and I am really sorry if I have missed anyone - it was a while ago. This band cast a spell over all of us for a couple of years there - we loved them. Many of us bought all the albums and continued loving the band after its demise. Some of us still revel in the splendour of the time.

This release was obviously intended to perpetuate the memory of Free and their sensational albums. However, it does not. I was given a copy of this for a birthday and I had returned it for exchange after playing it once. Bob Clearmountain has destroyed the essence of what Free recorded by swathing it in a cloud of reverb. The beauty of all those Free albums is their innate "dryness". The unaffected glory of the instruments and voice - you can hear it all on the originals but not here.

Avoid this album.
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars One Paul Up, The Other Paul Down...A Kinder Gentler Free... Feb. 17 2002
By The Woj - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Yes this has been remixed; and yes it has been remastered.
But, in the process Paul Kossoff's guitar has been toned down and buried slightly in the mix in favor of Paul Rodger's vocals.
Andy Fraser's bass is also softened up in the mix.
When I first listened to the cd I thought it was some sort of 90's remake of the classic Free songs with some of the original members (ala Blue Oyster Cult "Cult Classics"). I read the liner notes and realized Bob Clearmountain had remixed the original songs. There is a real "elevator" music quality to the finished product. Personally I am very disappointed. If you want the original songs in all their glory look for the "Free Story" box or "Molten Gold". If you want a kindler, gentler Free than this cd is for you.
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thank God A'mighty--it's "Free" last! July 19 2000
By D. Hartley - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This 1992 British compilation is rather spendy, but worth the search and investment if you're a Free fan. What sets this collection apart from the various other Free "greatest hits", anthologies, box sets, etc. is the sonic quality. All tracks on this set were digitally remixed/remastered by ace producer/engineer Bob Clearmountain, and you can hear the difference. The track selection is also superior to the U.S. "Best of Free", which virtually ignores all the albums from "Heartbreaker" on. Collector's note: the version of "All Right Now" on here is the edited single version; also contains "My Brother Jake" which was never an album track. The CD also contains excellent liner notes.