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|Studio album by|
October 2001 (Reissue)
|Recorded||January 3 – June 6, 1969|
|Studio||Morgan Studios and Trident Studios, London, UK|
|Genre||Blues rock, folk rock|
Free is the second album by English rock group Free, recorded and released in 1969. The band had spent time touring after their debut album Tons of Sobs the previous year, and there is a marked difference in the musicianship of the band as well as Paul Rodgers's voice. Whereas Tons of Sobs had been produced by Guy Stevens, Free was produced by the head of Island Records, Chris Blackwell.