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[Newspaper/Say No More] Daily Press (June 26, 1981)

Daily Press   [Newport News, Virginia] 
 
June 26, 1981 
Daily Press (Jun 26, 1981)
 


 
 
 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] Chicago Tribune / The Atlanta Constitution (February 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] George Kanzler (syndicated by Newhouse News Service, March 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] Hartford Courant (March 22, 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] Fort Lauderdale News (March 27, 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] The Morning Call (April 25, 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] The Tampa Times (July 10, 1981) 

[Newspaper/Say No More] The Morning Call (April 25, 1981)

The Morning Call   [Allentown, Pennsylvania] 
 
April 25, 1981 
The Morning Call (Apr 25, 1981)
 


 
 
 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] Chicago Tribune / The Atlanta Constitution (February 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] George Kanzler (syndicated by Newhouse News Service, March 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] Hartford Courant (March 22, 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] Fort Lauderdale News (March 27, 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] Daily Press (June 26, 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] The Tampa Times (July 10, 1981) 

Badfinger 1970s Signed Petty Cash Vouchers

[Tracks] B27716 – Badfinger 1970s Signed Petty Cash Vouchers 
£695.00     (September 2018) 
 
A collection of original 1970s petty cash vouchers which have each been signed by a member of Badfinger. Joey Molland has signed in blue pen, dated 22nd January and relates to payment for a guitar. Tom Evans has signed in black pen, dated 26th January and is listed as ‘drawn’. Pete Ham has signed in blue pen, dated 29th June and is listed as ‘personal drawn’. Mike Gibbins has signed in blue pen, dated 29th January. The largest voucher measures 14cm x 8.75cm (4.25 inches x 2.5 inches). The condition is excellent. 
B27716 Petty Cash Vouchers Pete
B27716 Petty Cash Vouchers Tom
B27716 Petty Cash Vouchers Joey
B27716 Petty Cash Vouchers Mike

 
 
 
[Tracks/eBay] Badfinger Complete Set of Signatures on Petty Cash Receipts 
GBP 695.00     (September 2018) 
 
A set of five petty cash vouchers/receipts bearing the signatures of all four members of Badfinger and their manager Bill Collins. Pete Ham, Thomas Evans, Joey Molland and Mike Gibbins have each autographed a separate voucher in blue pen. The voucher for Joey is dated 20th February 1973. Each voucher measures 7.5cm x 12.5cm (3 inches x 5 inches). The condition of each is excellent. The group’s manager Bill Collins has also signed a voucher. He has autographed in blue pen. The voucher measures 14cm x 9cm (5.5 inches x 3.5 inches). The condition is excellent.
Petty Cash Bill Collins
Petty Cash Pete Ham
Petty Cash Tom Evans
Petty Cash Joey Molland
Petty Cash Mike Gibbins
 
 
 
[applebeatle/eBay] Badfinger Beatles Autographs Signed Four Petty Cash Vouchers 
$599.99     (February 2017) 
Autographs Signed Four Petty Cash Vouchers Pete
Autographs Signed Four Petty Cash Vouchers Tom
Autographs Signed Four Petty Cash Vouchers Joey
Autographs Signed Four Petty Cash Vouchers Mike



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[Tracks] Badfinger 1973 Warner Brothers Records Promotional Press Kit (USA)

B27717 – Badfinger 1973 Warner Brothers Records Promotional Press Kit (USA) 
£300.00 
B27717a 1973 WB promotional press kit


An original 1973 promotional press kit for Badfinger, produced by Warner Brothers Records. It contains a black and white promotional photograph of the group, a set of 5 stapled sheets with a biography of the group written by Derek Taylor, a set of 2 stapled sheets with a press release and 20 pages of various articles regarding the band. The contents are housed in a yellow envelope bearing the band name. It measures 23cm x 30.5cm (7 inches x 9 inches). The condition of the contents and envelope is very good plus. 
 

 Badfinger / Bio (Warner Bros. Records) 1973 

[Newspaper/Say No More] Fort Lauderdale News (March 27, 1981)

Fort Lauderdale News   [Fort Lauderdale, Florida] 
 
March 27, 1981 
Fort Lauderdale News (Mar 27, 1981)
 

 
 
 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] Chicago Tribune / The Atlanta Constitution (February 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] George Kanzler (syndicated by Newhouse News Service, March 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] Hartford Courant (March 22, 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] The Morning Call (April 25, 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] Daily Press (June 26, 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] The Tampa Times (July 10, 1981) 

[Newspaper/Say No More] Hartford Courant (March 22, 1981)

Hartford Courant   [Hartford, Connecticut] 
 
March 22, 1981 
Hartford Courant (March 22, 1981)
 
Badfinger Surprises 
   by Henry McNulty   Courant Rock Critic 
Say No More by Badfinger --- Radio Records 
 
Washed-up rock bands that make one last, pathetic stab at a comeback are legion. Some people even turn their tale of woe into a kind of sick joke; Donovan's last record was called "Well-known Has-been." (Never heard of it? I'm not surprised.)
 
So when the British group Badfinger came out last week with a new album called "Say No More," the first reaction was an involuntary shudder. The second reaction was an overwhelming feeling of pity - that a once-respectable band could come to this. Badfinger, you may or may not recall, was a Beatle clone group which had exactly four .hits in 1970-1972. The lead singer, Pete Ham, committed suicide in 1975, and two remaining members surfaced a couple of years ago with a middling comeback record that went nowhere.
 
And now the surprise: "Say No More" turns out to be a strong, vibrant, rousing rock-and-roll record with dozens of tasty licks and nary a trace of the old Beatle sound. Guitarist Joey Molland and bassist Tom Evans - the old members - have written all the songs, and lead a tight little quintet. They aren't has-beens, they're hell-raisers.
 
Lively '50s-oriented guitar, owing much to Chuck Berry but hardly a ripoff, starts things off on the record. The song is "I Got You," the vocals are a controlled roar, and the energy is intense. (Short, direct song titles are a hallmark of this punchy LP: "Come On," "Hold On," "No More," etc.) Since Badfinger's roots go back to the mid-'60s and maybe further; there's lots of British Invasion energy here, although New Wave stylings (such as on "Because I Love You") are in evidence too. 
Hartford Courant March 22 1981 t
   Tom Evans 
 
Songs like "Because I Love You," with excellent harmonies, and "Crocadillo," a stormy rouser, predominate. But there are ballads too: "Too Hung Up on You" is skillfully assembled and sung with genuine emotion.
 
Only a couple of songs are over-reachers. "No More" has foolish sound effects in the background, sounding like a combination of Flash Gordon and Tarzan. And "Rock 'n' Roll Contract" has a heavy-handed narration intoned over the melody. 
 
Overall, however, "Say No More" is a stirring record, a surprising entry from a band which, by all accounts, should have died six years ago. Badfinger (with Tony Kaye on keyboards, Richard Bryans on drums and Glenn Sherba on guitar) are worth a second look . . . and more than a couple of listenings. 
 
 

 
 
 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] Chicago Tribune / The Atlanta Constitution (February 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] George Kanzler (syndicated by Newhouse News Service, March 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] Fort Lauderdale News (March 27, 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] The Morning Call (April 25, 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] Daily Press (June 26, 1981) 
 [Newspaper/Say No More] The Tampa Times (July 10, 1981) 

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