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This book thoroughly examines the work and career of Free and Bad Company from 1968 to 1980, plus the Kossoff, Kirke, Tetsu, Rabbit album, Paul Kossoff's solo work and with his band Back Street Crawler. Paperback
A final chapter covers the band members' later history, most notably Paul Rodgers' three years with Queen.
John Van der Kiste has published over seventy books, mostly historical biography and music, including 1973: A Year in Rock and Mott the Hoople and Ian Hunter in the 1970s for Sonicbond. He has also reviewed books and records for the local and national press and fanzines, and co-founded and edited the 70s fanzine Keep on Rockin'. He has performed with groups, run mobile discos, and written booklet notes for CD reissues from EMI and other labels. An occasional musician and songwriter, he also co-wrote one track on Riff Regan's Milestones album (2015) and played harmonica on London's The Hell for Leather Mob (2020). He lives in Devon, UK.