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Mal_Evans





Julie Evans (Daughter of Mal Evans)

Julie Suzanne Rossow 

 
The Iveys - Maybe Tomorrow ST-3355 a
Julie 
Julie Evans
Mal and Julie 
Mal Evans and Julie Evans
 
 
 
 [Cover Slick] Iveys / Maybe Tomorrow (ST-3355) 

 

[Magazine] Rolling Stone #206 (February 12, 1976)

Malcolm Frederick "Mal" Evans (May 27, 1935 - January 5, 1976) 
mal 1935-1976
 
 
'6th Beatle' Mal Evans Killed in Los Angeles 
   by Patrick Snyder and Dolores Ziebarth 
Rolling Stone #206 (February 12, 1976) mal
 
Evans had also contracted to produce a new group called Natural Gas, made up of Joey Molland (formerly of Badfinger), ex-Humble Pie Jerry Shirley, ex-Rare Bird David Kaffinetti and Mark Clarke (formerly of Uriah Heep). The group had not signed with any label, but was scheduled to record January 5th. 
 
cover: David Bowie 
Rolling Stone #206 (February 12, 1976) cover
 

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Marquee Club Concert Programme (1968)

Marquee Club Concert Programme (January 1968) 
     Sat. 6th   The Iveys / The Open Mind 
     Thur. 25th   The Neat Change / The Iveys 
Marquee Club Programme January 1968
One day, Bill Collins contacted Mal, telling him of a gig his young Iveys were playing at the Marquee club in London. Mal went down to check it out, bringing Apple Record's potential new A&R head, Peter Asher. The date was January 25, 1968.    Without You: The Tragic Story of Badfinger  by Dan Matovina 
 
They were playing at the Marquee Club in London's Wardour Street when Mal Evans brought Apple's A&R man along to have a listen. Peter Asher wasn't exactly inflamed with enthusiasm over The Iveys in concert but Evans became an instant devotee. Mal asked Bill for some tapes of the group to play to Paul McCartney.    The Longest Cocktail Party  by Richard DiLello 
 
 
 
Marquee Club Concert Programme (February 1968) 
     Sat. 3rd   The Iveys / The Open Mind 
Marquee Club Programme Feb 1968
 
 
 
 Marquee Club Concert Programme (November 1966) 
     Mon. 21st   Brian Auger / The Other Thing and Julie Driscoll / The Ivey's 
 Marquee Club Concert Programme (December  1966) 
     Fri. 9th   Sands / The Iveys 
     Thur. 22nd   The Pink Floyd / The Iveys 

 
 Marquee Club Concert Programme (July 1967) 
     Thur. 20th   Marmalade / The Iveys 
 Marquee Club Concert Programme (October 1967) 
     Sat. 14th   The Neat Change / The Iveys 
 Marquee Club Concert Programme (November 1967) 
     Thur. 30th   The Marmalade / The Iveys / Savoy Brown Blues Band 

 
 
 [Magazine] Melody Maker / Marquee Club ad (July-Nov 1967) 

 [Magazine] Melody Maker / Marquee Club ad (Jan-July 1968) 


Badfinger along with Mal Evans and Pat Roach (1970)

Badfinger along with Mal Evans and Pat Roach (1970) 
Pat Roach Mal Evans Badfinger bwc 1
Pat Roach Mal Evans Badfinger bwc 2
Pat Roach Mal Evans Badfinger bwc 3
Pat Roach Mal Evans Badfinger bwc 4
Pat Roach Mal Evans Badfinger bwc 5
Pat Roach Mal Evans Badfinger bwc 7
Pat Roach Mal Evans Badfinger bwc 6
  
Melody Maker 1970
 
Pat Roach (May 19, 1937 - July 17, 2004) 
Pat Roach
Pat Roach If
 
Pat Roach - German Mechanic [Indiana Jones] 
Pat Roach - German Mechanic Indiana Jones
Pat Roach - Giant Sherpa [Indiana Jones] 
Pat Roach - Giant Sherpa Indiana Jones
Pat Roach - Chief Guard [Indiana Jones] 
Pat Roach - Chief Guard Indiana Jones
 

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Black Calendar: November 19 / the Day Tom Evans committed suicide

Black Calendar   http://tocana.jp/blackcalendar/11/1119/ 
the Day Tom Evans committed suicide 
   まだ新しくできたばかりのサイトみたいで、空白の日も多いけど、11月19日は Tom しか書かれていない。4月24日は4人の記載があるけど、今のところ Pete は載っていない。 
 
 
 
 
Badfinger - Moonshine (Dan Matovina re-mix 2016) 

 
 
 
 
逃げていく Badfinger 
 
     僕が1975年3月に Badfinger を全部買おうと決めたら、その直後に Pete 死亡。 
 
     僕たちが作った バッドフィンガー同好会 が結成3周年で初めての会員募集をしたら、ほぼ同時に Tom 死亡。 
 
rockin'on 1984年2月号 サークル・ミニコミ案内   page:49 
バッドフィンガーを好きな君! 我々の同好会に入りませんか。現在はメンバーは2人ですが少なくとも10人位にはしたいと思っています。今なら彼らのライヴ・テープをプレゼントします。 
 
rockin'on 1984年2月号 Hot News   page:55 
8年前、バッドフィンガーのピーター・ハムが自殺したことは、知る人ぞ知ってるかもしれないが、今度はトム・エバンズが首つり自殺をした。原因はさだかではないが、最近彼は、ピーター・ハムと共作した「ウィズアウト・ユー」の印税のいざこざで裁判所通いをしていたという。 
 
     Mike の死亡時にも僕が何か関与していないかと考えたけど、死の3年前に Mike のサイトからCDを3枚買って おまけにTシャツをもらったこと以外、なにもなかった。 
 
 
 
 
Interview with IAN WALLACE (April 2003) 
   [イアン・ウォーレス Sep 29, 1946 - Feb 22, 2007)  1979年の Airwaves のツアー終了後、次作用のデモ3曲 (Three Time Loser, Because I Love You, Rock'n'Roll Contract) を録音した際のドラマー] 
http://dmme.net/interviews/wallace.html
  
– Many seem not to know you were in BADFINGER, together with YES and BADGER Tony Kaye. Was it him who brought you in? 
  
No. I can't remember exactly who hired me, probably the producer, but I can't remember who that was. Basically I was hired as a session musician to play drums on their album. What I do remember is that I enjoyed working with them. I knew Tommy Evans and I was sad to hear of his death. He was a nice guy. 
 
 
 
 
Badfinger / Finest Moments  
A Memorial to Pete Ham, Tom Evans and Mal Evans 
http://eil.com/shop/moreinfo.asp?catalogid=575677
Badfinger Finest Moments
BADFINGER Finest Moments (One of the rarest official items available on Apple, this is the withdrawn 1989 Australian only 16-track 'Best Of' LP that ended up with just ten copies pressed for review purposes. According to The Apple Log book, the album was assembled by someone from EMI who wanted a 'Best of' Badfinger LP. Because of ongoing legal problems that Apple were having at the time, the project was scrapped even before any sleeves were printed, just a 12" insert printed on greenpaper, declaring the album to be 'A Memorial To Pete Ham, Tom Evans And Mal Evans'. All tracks are from master tapes except 'Without You' which was clearly taken from vinyl. The insert sheet is near 'as new' & the vinyl near mint - this copy originally came directly from a senior executive at EMI Australia SAPCOR 28). 
Badfinger Finest Moments r1

£ 1,995.00
US$ 2,553.60
JPY 259,749
 

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Bill Harry / The Paul McCartney Encyclopedia (2002)

http://www.wingspan.ru/bookseng/encyclopedia/b.html

Bill Harry - The Paul McCartney Encyclopedia
Badfinger 

A group who were to become the most successful group on the Apple label, next to the Beatles. They were originally called the Iveys and were managed by Bill Collins, father of actor Lewis Collins, who had once worked with Mike McCartney in a Liverpool hairdressing salon. Bill had also known Paul's father Jim McCartney from the days he played in dance bands in Liverpool. Mal Evans, who also knew Collins, invited him to a Beatles recording session for 'Within You, Without You'. At Abbey Road Studios, Collins met Paul and told him about his group the Iveys. Paul said he'd be interested in hearing more about them. 

Collins didn't follow through on the invitation. However, when Evans heard that the group wrote their own music he took a tape of them to Apple. 

They comprised two members from Liverpool and two from Wales and the line-up at the time was: Pete Ham, vocalist, guitarist, pianist; Tom Evans, rhythm guitarist; Mike Gibbons, bass guitarist and Ron Griffiths on drums

Mike Berry, who had recently joined Apple Publishing from Sparta Music, actually knew the group and had wanted to sign them to Sparta the previous year. He said, 'I remember telling my Apple publishing partner, Terry Doran, that the Iveys were going to be our first signing. I had actually given Paul McCartney my personal Iveys demo tape, but Paul said he didn't see anything in it. I'd planned to get him another one in the near future.' 

Evans brought in the new tape and played it to Paul, Derek Taylor and Peter Asher. 

Paul phoned Berry and said, 'Have you heard the new Iveys tape? It's fucking great.' Mike said, 'That's the sign of a good publisher, Paul. To see it before anyone else does.' 

Paul had been impressed by a number called 'Knocking Down Our Home' and wanted to hear more of their work, so another demo reel was brought in. There were a few problems. Each Apple signing had to be approved by all four members of the Beatles, although Paul had managed to get Mary Hopkin signed, George had decided to sign up Jackie Lomax and Peter Asher was determined to sign James Taylor -all without necessarily having all four Beatles agree. Asher was to say, 'John Lennon was scathing about everybody. He would say "Who needs James Taylor or the Iveys when you have true artists like Yoko Ono?"' 

Mal Evans was determined to secure a contract for them with Apple and brought in a fourth tape and on 23 July 1968 they signed to the label and made their debut with a Tom Evans composition 'Maybe Tomorrow'. 

In the meantime, Paul had been asked to write the score for a film The Magic Christian which starred Peter Sellers and Ringo Starr. 

At the time the Beatles were busy recording Abbey Road, He arranged a meeting with the Iveys saying that he had been asked to write the music for the film and was willing to give them a song he had written for it for them to record. The number was 'Come And Get It' and Paul made a demo of the number for them to listen to and he recorded them performing it. He then asked them to take over the assignment for The Magic Christian and write the other numbers themselves - and he also recorded them in the studio, advising them and playing some of the instruments. One of the numbers, 'Crimson Ship', contained references to Paul and the Beatles. 

Prior to the release it was felt that the Iveys had become too associated with the Merseyside scene and a new name was sought. They thought of names such as Hyena's Nose, the Old, the Glass Onion and Fresh, while Paul suggested Home and John Lennon suggested Prix. 

Eventually, Mal Evans remembered 'Badfinger Boogie', a working title for Paul's composition 'With A Little Help From My Friends' and the group were dubbed Badfinger. 

Gibbons had left the band, so Evans then took over on bass. They had to find a replacement. The members wanted Scottish guitarist Hamish Stuart of Marmalade to join them and Stuart was interested, but his manager insisted that they would have to pay £10,000 if he was to leave Marmalade, so they looked elsewhere and eventually settled on another Liverpool guitarist, Joey Molland.

Many years later, Hamish Stuart was to join Paul's band. 

Despite the success of their hits 'Come And Get It', 'No Matter What', 'Day After Day' and 'Baby Blue', Apple were encountering problems with the advent of Allen Klein. Paul was absent from the offices and had gone to Scotland where he was to begin recording his solo album; Peter Asher left the company, as did his signing James Taylor. Mary Hopkin was also to leave Apple. 

On leaving Apple, Badfinger suffered immense financial difficulties, despite writing the international hit 'Without You' and both Pete Ham and Tom Evans were to hang themselves.
 

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