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Songs of Yesterday

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Download links and information about Songs of Yesterday by Free. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Pop genres. It contains 80 tracks with total duration of 05:57:43 minutes.

Artist: Free
Release date: 2000
Genre: Pop
Tracks: 80
Duration: 05:57:43
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Over the Green Hills 3:25
2. Walk In My Shadow 3:36
3. Wild Indian Woman 3:43
4. Guy Stevens Blues 4:39
5. Visions of Hell 3:52
6. I'm a Mover 2:57
7. Moonshine 5:09
8. Woman By the Sea 3:21
9. Free Me 4:36
10. Long Tall Sally 1:15
11. Broad Daylight 3:10
12. The Worm 3:04
13. Trouble On Double Time 2:37
14. Spring Dawn 4:07
15. I'll Be Creepin' 3:37
16. Sugar For Mr Morrison 3:18
17. Songs of Yesterday 3:36
18. Woman 3:40
19. Mourning Sad Morning 5:00
20. Fire and Water 4:09
21. All Right Now 3:28
22. Oh I Wept 4:33
23. Remember 4:30
24. Don't Say You Love Me 6:27
25. The Stealer 4:30
26. The Highway Song 4:21
27. On My Way 4:07
28. Sunny Day 3:15
29. Ride On a Pony 4:20
30. Love You So 4:57
31. Soon I Will Be Gone 3:18
32. My Brother Jake 3:00
33. Makin' Love (Only My Soul) 4:00
34. Rain 3:54
35. Get Where I Belong 4:25
36. Only My Soul 2:30
37. Travellin' Man 3:39
38. Molten Gold 6:11
39. Little Bit of Love 2:35
40. Soldier Boy 2:53
41. Sail On 3:20
42. Guardian of the Universe (featuring Paul Rodgers) 7:05
43. Child 5:16
44. Honky Tonk Women 3:11
45. Lady 4:37
46. Muddy Water (Home Demo Version) (featuring John) 3:48
47. Heartbreaker (Live At Portsmouth Guildhall / 1972) 5:42
48. Wishing Well 3:40
49. Let Me Show You (Jam) 6:05
50. Let Me Show You (Original B Side) 3:02
51. Muddy Water (Alternative Mix) 4:14
52. Common Mortal Man 4:27
53. Heartbreaker (Alternative Mix) 6:25
54. Seven Angels 4:59
55. Ride On a Pony 5:34
56. Be My Friend 6:16
57. Fire and Water 4:01
58. The Stealer 3:52
59. Don't Say You Love Me 5:56
60. Mr Big 6:27
61. I'll Be Creepin' 4:32
62. Free Me 6:38
63. Woman 4:18
64. I'm a Mover 3:43
65. Walk In My Shadow 4:18
66. Songs of Yesterday 5:08
67. All Right Now 7:29
68. Crossroads 6:36
69. I Just Wanna See You Smile (featuring Paul Rodgers, Toots, The Maytals) 3:10
70. Zero BC (featuring P. E. A. C. E.) 4:34
71. Like Water (featuring P. E. A. C. E.) 5:36
72. Ol'Jelly Roll (featuring Sharks) 2:37
73. Follow Me (featuring Sharks) 3:01
74. Fool's Life (featuring John) 4:15
75. I'm On the Run (featuring John) 4:36
76. Sammy's Alright (featuring John) 4:07
77. Hold On (featuring John) 5:37
78. Tuesday Williamsburg (featuring John) 2:56
79. Unseen Love (featuring John) 4:34
80. Time Spent (Time Away) (featuring John Martyn, Paul Kossoff) 18:17

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It's strange that a band with a song as immediate as "All Right Now" is a bit of an acquired taste, but it's the truth. Free was a powerful, majestic hard rock band at their peak, but they were also a little obtuse; a lot of their power came from their playing, and their songwriting was epic, but often elliptical. As such, they're for hard rock connoisseurs — a band who gained a spirited, dedicated following largely because they took devotion to unlock their treasures, especially in the years following their breakup. For those fans, the five-disc Songs of Yesterday is a godsend. This is not a box for listeners with less than a consuming interest in the band (even if you think you want total immersion in Free, this will not be as effective as purchasing each of their albums) since this contains a wealth of unreleased material. Very few of the tracks are actual album tracks, most are alternate mixes or alternate versions, plus there are a lot of live tracks in the mix, as well. As long as you know what you're getting into, this isn't bad, especially since it refurbishes the band's canon for the dedicated, giving them fresh insights to familiar songs (even if the new mixes aren't necessarily better than the originals — they just sound a bit brighter and more modern). For anyone else, it's a bit much, and it doesn't quite tell the story in the right fashion, since it really offers a mirror image, alternate version rather than the real thing.