Bad Company - 10 From 6
EastWest  (1985)

In Collection

CD    10 tracks  (47:14) 
   01   Can't Get Enough             04:16
   02   Feel Like Makin' Love             05:14
   03   Runnin' With The Pack             05:24
   04   Shooting Star             06:18
   05   Movin' On             03:23
   06   Bad Company             04:50
   07   Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy             03:19
   08   Electric Land             05:29
   09   Ready For Love             05:02
   10   Live For The Music             03:59
Personal Details
Owner Terje Dokken
Cat. Number 781625-2
UPC (Barcode) 7567816252
Packaging Jewel Case
Spars DDD
Sound Stereo
Boz Burrell (bass), Simon Kirke (drums). 10 FROM 6, meaning 10 tracks from 6 Bad Company albums, actually contains songs from only 5 of their albums (nothing from "Burning Sky"). 10 From 6 means ten songs from six albums -- namely, Bad Company's first six records, all of which were big hits on album-rock radio. This brief yet very effective collection gathers all of the group's best-known songs ("Can't Get Enough," "Feel Like Makin' Love," "Shooting Star," "Bad Company," "Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy," "Ready for Love") in one place. Although most album-oriented hard-rock acts are better heard on the original albums, Bad Company's records tended to be more uneven than those of their peers, making 10 From 6 a valuable collection for the group's casual fans, who will want to bypass the cluttered studio albums and just get the cream of the crop. Former Free ("All Right Now") lead singer Paul Rodgers and former Mott the Hoople guitarist Mick Ralph had the success of their new band, Bad Company, almost guaranteed. Rodgers's rough growl and Ralph's simple and sustained power chords came together to make some of the most popular hard rock of the '70s. "Can't Get Enough" added a bit of boogie to the formula, while "Feel Like Makin' Love" and "Ready for Love" slowed things down a bit. As a rule the band packed the most wallop with the slower verses followed by the amps-to-ten chorus and endings in their odes to women, whiskey, and song. "Shooting Star," was standard Bad Company, a slow rocker in the form of a cautionary tale about stardom and excess. The band seemed almost adverse to playing straight-four rockers, despite the power chords and guitar swells. Even in their eponymous track the dynamics ebbed and flowed. Only "Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy" carried the same intensity through most of the song. 10 from 6 only makes one error by leaving out the hard rock blues of "Good Lovin' Gone Bad."