in Hard Rock Free – Wishing Well December 28, 2008, 1:39 am 1.6k Views 23 Comments Free – Wishing Well. Rock at it’s best. Free – Wishing Well source FreeWishing See more Previous article Whitesnake – Only my soul Next article Socrates – Queen Of The Universe 23 Comments Leave a Reply everyone needs a WIshing Well ❤️ Reply lovely records good singles as well as albums. Reply There are a number of songs by Free that still sound fresh and newer than Bad Company, to my ears–this is one of them. Hard to believe this was recorded in 1972, this sounds like 1982! For some reason, Bad Company's first album sounds very dated, by comparison, like Rodgers and Kirke took a step back and regressed after Free Reply anybody here from the future ,?🤖🤖 Reply get it thnx Reply ha i wish you well Reply the best song they produced 🤘 Reply Paul Rogers is a god from heaven 🤘🤘🤘 Reply if only we had these people running our country 🤘🤘 paradise 🤘🤘🤘🤘 Reply Hey friend how can you not like Westlife lol. No from what I hear you have much, much better taste. You like music. Reply This is a top track throughout, but 2:10 to 2:45 is absolutely epic. Reply what would you wish for,, Reply More cowbell ! Reply Greatest voice ever in ROCK and still the greatest singer ever. Reply mraaak,,, Reply I always thought this was a black foot song. I guess I was too busy partying back then to pay attention to who wrote what. Reply RIP Paul Kossoff! Reply British rock has always been the best. Reply Hell yeah 😎 Reply Only NOW, later on in my life am I really becoming aware of and am appreciating the great music of FREE. Like most casual fans, I knew "Alright Now". I knew Paul Rogers and Simon Kirke formed BAD Company. However, I NEVER realized what great musicians this band had nor the great music they made. FREE was BAD COMPANY before Bad Company came together and this particular song exemplifies it. I wonder why Paul Rogers doesn't play more songs from the FREE catalogue even in Bad Company. His voice is STILL amazing after almost 50 years in the business! Truly a Blues Rock Classic. Reply this is post andy frazer. Reply Only time ur satisfied,with ur feet in the wishing well Reply Δωσε Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!