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Pete Ham Tribute Concert in The Grand Theatre Swansea (April 27, 2013)

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The first half of the show was given over to local talent. The proceedings kicked off with guitarist Sarah Passmore who was then followed by a host of Swansea musicians, including Steve Balsamo, Mal Pope and Karl Morgan who performed jaw dropping versions of 'Know one Knows' and 'Maybe Tomorrow'.
 
01. Sarah Passmore - My Heart Goes Out 
02. Sarah Passmore - We're For The Dark 
03. Sarah Passmore - Shine On 
04. Karl Morgan - Know One Knows 
05. Karl Morgan - Maybe Tomorrow 
06. Mal Pope - Baby Blue 
07. Mal Pope - Here Comes the Sun 
08. Steve Balsamo and Rosalie Deighton - Apple Of My Eye 
 
After the interval Bob Jackson settled at his keyboard and was joined on stage by guitarists Al Wodtke and Anthony Harty, drummer Matt Hart and bass player Eddie Mooney. 
 
09. Bob Jackson - Know One Knows 
10. Bob Jackson - Take It All 
11. Bob Jackson - Baby Blue 
 
The band were then, joined on stage by special guests, including Ron Griffiths and Dai Jenkins, who had both been original members of The Iveys. 

12. I Believe In You, Girl (Ron) 
13. Midnight Sun (Ron) 
14. Man Without a Heart (Dai) 
15. Dear Angie (Ron) 
16. Blodwyn (Ron) 
17. Come and Get It (Ron) 
 
18. Bob Jackson with Emily Jackson - Moonshine 
19. Bob Jackson with Emily Jackson - John Forgot to Sing 
 
20. Carry On Till Tomorrow 
21. Midnight Caller 
22. Dennis 
[band introductions by Eddie Mooney] 
23. Just A Chance 
24. I Won't Forget You 
25. Day After Day 
26. Without You 
27. No Matter What 
28. I Can't Take It 
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29. Come and Get It (Ron) 
 
Ron Griffiths 
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David "Dai" Jenkins 
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The Iveys Live 2013
 
 
 
 The Iveys Live / Pete Ham Tribute Concert (April 27, 2013) 
 
 Pete Ham Tribute Concert at Swansea Station, Ivey Place (April 27, 2013) 

 

Origins: The Iveys Anthology Vol. 2 (Japanese version)

Origins: The Iveys Anthology Vol. 2 - Live at Thingamajig Club September 6, 1968 Reading, England [Japanese version CD November 27, 2019] 
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 [CD 2019] Origins: The Iveys Anthology Vol. 2 (Japanese version) 

 

How Player's Peter Beckett Almost Joined the Ill-fated Badfinger

Peter Beckett: 
Beckett auditioned for Badfinger on the heels of "Come and Get It", and was on Peter Ham's and Tommy Evans' short list, but they ultimately offered the job to Joey Molland. Beckett then joined a progressive rock band called Paladin, recording two albums, Paladin and Paladin Charge!.

 
How Player's Peter Beckett Almost Joined Badfinger
 
 
 
 Peter Beckett 

 

[Magazine] Disc and Music Echo (July 5, 1969)

Disc and Music Echo (July 5, 1969) 
 
Iveys find it hard to please Beatles 
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[CD 2019] Origins: The Iveys Anthology Vol. 2 (Japanese version)

Origins: The Iveys Anthology Vol. 2 - Live at Thingamajig Club September 6, 1968 Reading, England [Japanese version CD November 27, 2019] 
 
 
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01. Walk Away Renee 
02. So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star 
03. River Deep - Mountain High 
04. Crawling Up A Hill 
05. Respect 
06. N.S.U. 
07. Summertime Blues 
08. 634-5789 
09. Long Tall Sally 
10. Purple Haze 
11. Stone Free 
12. Storm In A Teacup 
13. Release Me 
14. Hide Away 
15. No Escaping Your Love 
16. Lady Madonna 
17. When Will I Be Loved 
18. The Letter 
19. And Her Daddy's A Millionaire 
20. It Ain't Necessarily So / Summertime 
21. Needle In A Haystack 
22. I Thank You  
 
 
The Iveys - Crawling Up Hill (September 6, 1968 at Thingamajig Club, Reading, England
 
The Iveys - 634-5789 (September 6, 1968 at Thingamajig Club, Reading, England

 
The Iveys - Long Tall Sally (September 6, 1968 at Thingamajig Club, Reading, England
 
The Iveys - Purple Haze (September 6, 1968 at Thingamajig Club, Reading, England
 
The Iveys - It Ain't Necessarily So (September 6, 1968 at Thingamajig Club, Reading, England

 

 
 
 Origins: The Iveys Anthology Vol. 2 (Japanese version) 

 

Keith Kessler - Don't Crowd Me (1968)

Keith Kessler - Don't Crowd Me (1968) 

 
 
Mike Wing 
 
Meanwhile, a contact in London pitched the record to the Beatles' newly formed Apple label. 
I was hoping for a master licensing deal for the UK or Europe. But to my surprise they asked about a publishing deal for the record’s flip side, "Don't Crowd Me," for possible use by their new group known as Badfinger. [Cool!!] Unfortunately, the deal never came together. 
Keith Kessler - Don't Crowd Me

 

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