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2019年04月






Badfinger, (The Most Tragic Band in Rock History)….and How Pete Ham Got Me Started On My Way

My Entertaining Life - Steve Carter 
 
Badfinger, (The Most Tragic Band in Rock History)…. 
and How Pete Ham Got Me Started On My Way (July 4, 2017
 
Painter's Mill Music Theater (March 3, 1972) 
After the show Bill waved me back again. I was talking to my heroes, Pete Ham, Joey Molland, Tom Evans and Mike Gibbins. I was in heaven. 
 
 THE STEVE CARTER DRESSING ROOM PHOTOGRAPHS 
 
 
 Badfinger tribute at Momo's in Austin (April 9, 2011) 
 Badfinger tribute at Momo's in Austin (Dec 3, 2011) 
 

Badfinger: A Conversation with Chris Thomas (April 28, 2019)

Badfinger: A Conversation with Chris Thomas 
by Eoghan Lyng  (April 28, 2019
 
Pete was on guitar, playing something like six solos, all very comb, and paper “doo de doo doo doo.” It was like being back in the days with bands, there were solos, saxophone players, in that ‘comb and paper’ way. So, years later, when I was working with Paul, I suggested to him this idea. I wanted to deconstruct the idea. It was something like playing live and six guitars going for it. He said he had a similar idea and even had a name for it: ‘Rockestra’! 
 

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Joey Molland and Tony Kaye remember Pete Ham, Tom Evans + Badfinger

Joey Molland and Tony Kaye remember Pete Ham, Tom Evans + Badfinger: Gimme Five 
   by Nick DeRiso (April 24, 2014
“It made us a little paranoid, actually,” Molland says. “We couldn’t do ‘Day After Day’ anything like the record. We ended up not doing it on stage, or only once in a while. It got to be impossible to play, so we’d do other ones. The crowds never said anything to us. I’m sure some people would miss it, but that we just couldn’t do it. We didn’t want to do a shitty version. They hear the record and that’s what they expect.”
 
 
Tony Kaye remembers Yes, Badger and Badfinger: Gimme Five 
   by Nick DeRiso (November 9, 2012
TONY KAYE: I hadn’t realized the history of Badfinger. I was close with Tommy from the past, but he lived in England. It was only because they had come over and settled in Los Angeles for a while that it came together at all. In fact, until I read Dan Matoniva’s book fairly recently, I hadn’t realized exactly what had gone down with that band. 
 

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[The Week In Reviews] The RAZ Band (April 18, 2019)

Simon Barrett 
The Week In Reviews - The RAZ Band (April 18, 2019)

 

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[Magazine/ad] New Musical Express (Dec 6, 1969)

New Musical Express #1195 (December 6, 1969) 
NME #1195 (Dec 6, 1969) ad


UK Promotional Poster 
Badfinger Come and Get It UK Promotional Poster


Billboard 75th-Anniversary (December 27, 1969) 
Billboard (1969-12-27 75th-Anniversary)
 
 
Ringo Starr Peter Sellers The Magic Christian
Magic Christian Music by The Iveys MikePete
 
 
John C. Winn / That Magic Feeling 
John C Winn That Magic Feeling


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Dan Matovina on CD and red vinyl reissues 2018-19

Dan Matovina on CD and red vinyl reissues 2018-19
   - Wish You Were Here and Badfinger - So Fine vinyl  (April 13, 2019

The bonus tracks on the double vinyl are pretty much what was on the CDs, but a refreshed sound being of some vinyl prep I did, and I did a few noticeable sonic tweaks of parts for Wish You Were Here bonus vinyl disc, on about four of the tracks I think, but nothing notable. The mastering engineer for the vinyl told me I had done a flawless preparation for the “vinyl” prep and he had to do almost no added technical work to it.  


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