Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 20 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|Peter Grant was Bad Company's producer during the 1970s. Which other supergroup did he guide during that era?||Bad Company
Led Zeppelin. Peter Grant was a giant, literally and figuratively, in the rock music scene during the 1970s. He managed Led Zeppelin and Bad Company to supersonic heights. Grant was noted for his ruthless negotiating style with record label executives and concert promoters. Grant eventually grew tired of working with Bad Company and left the band in the early 1980s. He died in 1995.
|Which Bad Company hit song features the lyrics, "If I had those golden years of my yesterday"?||Bad Company
Feel Like Makin' Love. "Feel Like Makin' Love" was probably Bad Company's best power ballad. The song features the lyrics, "If I had those golden dreams of my yesterday / I would wrap you in their heaven / But they lay dyin' on the way..." This Rodgers / Ralphs composition from the "Straight Shooter" album rose to number ten in the music charts in 1975.
|In Bad Company's "Ready for Love", which kind of road is mentioned in the lyrics?||Bad Company
rocky. In the beginning of "Ready for Love", Paul Rodgers sings, "Walkin' down this rocky road / Wondering where my life is leadin' / Rollin' on to the bitter end." This song was released on the first Bad Company album in 1974.
|In the Bad Company song "Electric Land", the singer feels like a visitor from where?||Bad Company
outer space. The song "Electric Land" was released on the "Rough Diamonds" album in 1982. The song paints a bleak picture of the murder and mayhem of big city life. Paul Rodgers sings, "Feel like a visitor from outer space / Please excuse me if I don't quite understand / I'm just a stranger in electric land."
|In the song "Bad Company", to which group of people does the singer belong?||Bad Company
outlaws. In the song "Bad Company", the singer was born "with a six-gun in my hand." He and his group call themselves "deserters" and "rebels" who are getting ready for their "final stand". The word "thief" is also used. The song, released in 1974, has a definite Wild West motif.
|Which Beatles' song is mentioned in Bad Company's "Shooting Star"?||Bad Company
Love Me Do. The song "Shooting Star" appeared on the Bad Company album "Straight Shooter." It tells the story of a rock star named Johnny who succumbs to alcohol and drug overdose. "Shooting Star" opens with the lines, "Johnny was a schoolboy when he heard his first Beatles song / 'Love Me Do' I think it was and from there it didn't take him long..." The Beatles' song "Love Me Do' was recorded in 1962.
|In 1974, what became Bad Company's first world-wide hit song? ||Bad Company
Can't Get Enough. "Can't Get Enough" was a smash hit for Bad Company in 1974. The song, written by Mick Ralphs, featured the hard-driving rock sound which would make the group famous. "Can't Get Enough" rose to number five on the North American music charts. "Feel Like Makin' Love" was a top ten hit in 1975; "Run With the Pack" was released in 1976; and "Rock 'n Roll Fantasy" became a hit in 1977.
|Boz Burrell was Bad Company's bassist. In which group did he play before joining Bad Company?||Bad Company
King Crimson. Raymond "Boz" Burrell started his rock music career as a lead vocalist but learned to play the bass while he was a member of King Crimson. Boz was asked to join Bad Company in 1973. Burrell died in 2006 at the age of 60.
|Who played drums for the group Bad Company during its glory years?||Bad Company
Simon Kirke. Simon Kirke, born in 1949, played drums for Bad Company. He had previously been a member of the band Free with Paul Rodgers. In later years, Kirke would be a part of Ringo Starr's All Star Band. Kenney Jones was the drummer for the Faces and later The Who. Ian Wallace played drums for King Crimson, and Bill Bruford was the drummer for Yes.
|Paul Rodgers was the lead vocalist for Bad Company. In which British city was he born?||Bad Company
Middlesbrough. Paul Rodgers was born in Middlesbrough, England, in 1949. He and guitarist Mick Ralphs formed Bad Company in 1973. Rodgers had previously played with the band Free; Ralphs had been a member of Mott the Hoople.
Britain. They were a so-called British supergroup. They were a cross-over group that was also huge in the United States.
Tommy Lee. Tommy Lee was never in the band Bad Company. The others were filling in for the originals at some point.
Led Zeppelin. Bad Company was the first group signed onto Led Zeppelin's Swan Song Label. The Firm was the band that Paul Rodgers (Bad Company) and Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin) started together.
"Run With The Pack". It was on "Run With The Pack" which debuted in 1976. Their best selling album was their debut album.
Free. They were a part of the band Free which formed in 1968. They had such hits as "All Right Now" and "Fire And Water".
1973. Their debut album "Bad Company" was released in 1974. They were considered a supergroup at the time.
Brian Howe. Brian Howe was Ted Nugent's former lead singer. Steve Perry led the band Journey. Meatloaf is a singer that put out his own albums under the same name.
Mott The Hoople. Bad Company's bassist Boz Burrell played for King Crimson. Paul Rodgers, singer of Bad Company played with Free. Styx never had a member from Bad Company.
"Too Fast For Love". "Too Fast For Love" was the debut album released by Motley Crue. "Bad Company" was the debut album from the band Bad Company.