The Free Story is a compilation album by the British blues rock band Free, released in 1973. It was compiled by Island Records following the band’s breakup the previous year. The album features tracks from all six of Free’s studio albums, as well as one previously unreleased song, “Come Together in the Morning”.
The Free Story is a well-rounded overview of Free’s career, and it features some of the band’s best-known songs, such as “All Right Now”, “Fire and Water”, and “The Stealer”. The album also includes some of the band’s more experimental material, such as the acoustic ballad “Be My Friend” and the jazz-inspired “Soon I Will Be Gone”.
The album was a commercial success, reaching number 10 in the UK charts. It has been praised by critics for its selection of tracks and its overall quality. The Free Story is a essential listen for fans of classic rock and blues rock.