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[Magazine] Phonograph Record Magazine (April 1972)

Phonograph Record Magazine or PRM was a Rolling Stone style monthly rock mag in early 70s (1970-78), funded by UA and edited by late Greg Shaw. PRM was distributed free to record stores.
 
Phonograph Record Magazine (April 1972) 
 
Badfinger/The Kinks: Berkeley Community Theatre 
     Live Review by Greg Shaw   [Total word count of piece: 1397] 
Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, California (February 27, 1972) 

[Magazine] Phonograph Record Magazine (Nov 1974)

Phonograph Record Magazine or PRM was a Rolling Stone style monthly rock mag in early 70s (1970-78), funded by UA and edited by late Greg Shaw. PRM was distributed free to record stores.
 
Phonograph Record Magazine (November 1974) 
 
Badfinger: Wish You Were Here 
     Review by Ken Barnes   [Total word count of piece: 298] 
https://badfinge.ipower.com/Badfinger/Badfinger_albums/WishYouWereHere.html 
 
Phonograph Record Magazine (November 1974) b
Phonograph Record Magazine (November 1974)
 

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[Magazine] Phonograph Record Magazine (Jan 1974)

Phonograph Record Magazine or PRM was a Rolling Stone style monthly rock mag in early 70s (1970-78), funded by UA and edited by late Greg Shaw. PRM was distributed free to record stores.
 
Phonograph Record Magazine (January 1974) 
 
Badfinger: Ass (Apple) and Badfinger (Warner Bros) 
     Review by Greg Shaw   [Total word count of piece: 558] 
http://www.geocities.ws/popfortyfive/badfinger.html 
 
Phonograph Record Magazine (Jan 1974)
Phonograph Record Magazine (Jan 1974) KDAY
 

★★

[Bootleg] Badfinger / For Pete's Sake

Badfinger / For Pete's Sake 
Badfinger-For-Petes-Sake
2 CD-R. 113 minutes 
SKU: FCA102 
CD 1 
1. Carry On Til Tomorrow – 1969 demo 
2. Knocking Down Our Home – 1968 demo given to Paul McCartney 
3. Maybe Tomorrow – 1969 recording for BBC radio 
4. John Forgot To Sing – 1970 Pete Ham demo 
5. No Matter What – 1970 early mix w/alternate lead vocal 
6. I Can't Take It – 1970- alternate/extended mix – no horns 
7. No Matter What – 1970 'Top Of The Pops' live vacal version with fixed intro 
8. Without You (If It's Love) – 1969 Pete Ham demo 
9. Without You (I Can't Live) – 1969 Tom Evans demo- speed corrected 
10. We're For The Dark – 1970 alternate mix- different guitar overdubs, no horns or strings 
11. I'll Be The One – 1970 rehearsal 
12. Take It All – 1971 Pete Ham demo 
13. Day After Day – 1971 rough mix alternatelead vocal and lacking overdubs 
14. Name Of The Game – 1971 unreleased Al Kooper single mix 
15. Do You Mind – 1972 'Ass' outtake – 1st unreleased version from upgraded source 
16. Do You Mind – “Ass” outtake – piano based version – unreleased to date 
17. Coppertone Blues – new composite version from original Pete Ham demo and 1972 'Ass' outtake backing track 
18. Shine On – 1973 rehearsal 
19. Oh Wow – 1973 unfinished track from self-titled Warner Bros. sessions – a.k.a. 'Love My Lady' 
20. Song For A Lost Friend – 1973 rough mix of finished take with extened ending 
21. Where Do We Go From Here – 1973 rough mix of finished take with piano vs. steel drums 
22. It Doesn't Really Matter – 1974 undubbed Pete Ham demo 
23. Just How Lucky We Are – 1974 longer Pete Ham demo 
24. Ringside – 1975 1st Pete Ham demo 
25. Ringside – 1975 longer Pete Ham demo- one of his final recordings 
26. Dennis – 2006 edit version from ‘Perfection; The songs of Badfinger's Pete Ham & Tom Evans promo cd 

CD 2: Alternate 'Head First' mixes 
1. Lay Me Down 
2. Turn Around 
3. Keep Believing 
4. Rockin' Machine 
5. Passed Fast 
6. Saville Row 
7. Moonshine 
8. Rock 'n' Roll Contract 
9. Back Again 
10. Hey, Mr. Manager 
 

★★

Joey Molland's Badfinger / Timeless (1996)

For a time in the mid 1990's, Bruce Hastell served as manager for Joey Molland's Badfinger. During this time among other things Bruce served as producer for the Joey Molland's Badfinger "Timeless" CD, which was recorded at Bruce's Seattle Mountain Tracks Studio. 
Badfinger Timeless CD line-up
Ben Smith (Heart) - drums 
Jason Boyleston - bass 
Howard Leese (Heart) - keyboards & slide guitar solos 
Bruce Hastell - electric & acoustic 
Joey Molland - vocals, electric & acoustic 
?? (Heart's sound engineer) 
 
1996 Timeless (4 song CD EP): as Joey Molland's Badfinger 
Joey Molland's Badfinger - Timeless
 

★★★

The RAZ Band / #9 (February 9, 2019)

The RAZ Band / #9 (February 9, 2019) 
The new album “#9” by The RAZ Band has been completed. Produced, mixed and mastered by Joey Molland. Featuring eleven new songs, #9 will be Released by the Gonzo MultiMedia Group on February 9, 2019. 
The RAZ Band - #9
New album," #9 " by The RAZ Band with Badfinger's Joey Molland will be released February 9, 2019. Not only does Joey play guitar, he sings lead vocals on 2 songs. 
The RAZ Band
left to right: Jim Manzo, Michael Raz Rescigno, Joey Molland and Jeff Hutch Hutchinson 
The RAZ Band Joey
 
 
Recording a live album on December 8, 2018 
The RAZ Band with Joey Molland of Badfinger will be recording a live album on December 8, 2018. Performing songs from the upcoming newalbum "#9" as well as classic RAZ Band songs from "The Best of RAZ", "Madison Park" + more. 
 
 
 The RAZ Band / Madison Park (Nov 2015) 
The RAZ Band at Brighton Bar (Sep 17, 2016) 
 Live From Dennis' House with guests the RAZ Band (Oct 2016)
 
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