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Reply Lucy Piller
9:38 PM on September 13, 2017 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY PAUL - I promised your father I would never forget you, You are always in my thoughts
Reply Steve Warrenfeltz
8:09 PM on September 9, 2017 
When I discovered Tons of Sob in 1968, I became enamored with the band on all accounts. I was 16 and had been a rabid music fan for over 5 years already but the discovery of Free set me free! In my world, Paul Rodgers is one of the all time greatest rock singers certainly ranking in my top five, if not number one! Andy Fraser was an underrated bass player ... melodic and complicated ... he stands right along side of McCartney and Jack Bruce as my favorites. Simon Kirke was as solid and dependable as they come. But it was Paul Kossoff's slow melodic bluesy guitar playing that changed the way that I looked at, and listened to, guitar players. He taught me that it was not how many notes you could play in a certain period of time, but it was all about what notes were played ... he epitomized the notion of quality, not quantity. "Fire and Water" is one of the 10 greatest albums of all time ... hands down. The vocals, the bass playing, the drumming, and most certainly, the guitar, are as good as it gets ... all together, all at once, All Right Now!
Reply Vic Power
6:11 PM on August 24, 2017 
I appreciate Paul's unique style more today than I ever did. No screaming distortion but a melodious overdrive that caresses the notes. Truly a one off.
Reply Lucy Piller
3:28 PM on August 23, 2017 
Thank you as always for remembering Paul, I also cant believe it has been 40 years since he passed away.
Reply Andy
6:53 AM on August 6, 2017 
Have been a fan of paul for years I've been playing free music today on guitar and playing his guitar music made me dig out some videos off him playing. Gone but not forgotten the genius off kooky.
Reply alan
6:13 AM on July 31, 2017 
What an indelible mark Paul left on fans and listeners worldwide. Lets hope successive generations can hear his talent on the Les Paul.
Gone too soon.
Reply Luca Martinoia
9:53 AM on July 28, 2017 
No one like Paul could make a Les Paul cry....
Reply Chris
11:32 AM on July 21, 2017 
A raw talent still ranked as one of the top guitarists the music world has ever seen.a privelage to have had his talent in my life.
Reply Lisa Barter
11:20 PM on June 5, 2017 
Wonderful site! Great to see Paul's music is alive and well Many Thanks X
Reply Mike Sheffield
3:29 PM on May 26, 2017 
The best blues rock guitarist who ever lived. I still listen with awesome respect. RIP Paul.