Rolling Stone #153 (January 31, 1974) 
   by Bud Scoppa 
The album title is the band's reference to themselves as unwitting followers of some enticing but unrealizable dream. That dream may have been Badfinger's expectations of their place in the Beatles' initial plans for Apple as the nurturer of worthy talent, or it may have been the group's fantasy that, by being in close proximity to the Beatles, they could somehow become them. In discarding that dream, they've discovered their own identity as a group, and that discovery gives this album its surprising forcefulness. 
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cover: Paul & Linda McCartney 
Rolling Stone #153 (January 31, 1974) cover
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