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Paul Davie - Grow Old with Me (2014)

Paul Davie - Grow Old with Me (2014) 
     Paul Davie (vocals, Hofner bass & 3 acoustics) 
     Joey Molland (3 acoustics & lead guitar) 
Paul Davie Grow Old with Me (2014)

Paul Davie + Linda + Joey Molland
 
 
Joey Molland of Badfinger - I Don't Mind (Australian Tour Nov 7, 2009 at Rooty Hill RSL Club) 
     Paul Davie (kb/guitar/vocals) 

 
 
Come Down Hard / Love Is Gonna Come at Last (June 30, 2007) by Joey Molland 
The Fab Five:  Paul Davie (bass/harmony), Joe Donelan (harmony/percussion), Pat Hodson (2nd electric), Bill Barry (B3), Charlie Kraebel (12 string/harmony) 
+ Featuring special guest drummer Tommy Allen (The Flashcubes) 

 
 
Day After Day (February 28, 2013)   SUNY Fredonia / Music Business talk by Joey Molland 
   Mary Ramsey (v, viola), John Lombardo (harmony, g), Paul Davie (p) 
Day After Day (Feb 28, 2013)
 
 

The Hollies & Badfinger Australian Tour 2009


 
The Hollies & Badfinger Australian Tour 2009 Concert Flyer 
The Hollies & Badfinger Australian Tour 2009 Concert Flyer
The Hollies  Badfinger Australian Tour 2009 Concert Flyer back
 
JOEY MOLLAND - Original member of ‘BADFINGER'
 
From Liverpool UK, Joey Molland is a natural lead player with a great sense of rhythm and harmony. As a guitarist/vocalist for The Iveys, who were signed to The Beatles’ own Apple Records label, and recorded a song that Paul McCartney had written specifically for the band, called “Come & Get It”, which rose to #1 in the UK charts. It was used in the movie The Magic Christian that starred Ringo Starr & Peter Sellers. Apple Records changed the band's name to BADFINGER, culled from the previous working title of The Beatles’ “With A Little Help From My Friends”, which was “Badfinger Boogie”. Joey’s lead guitar, vocals and songwriting contributions to Badfinger recordings were a crucial part to the band’s success. They were hailed worldwide as the “New Beatles” for much of the early 1970’s.  Their first album released in 1970 - No Dice - included the Top 10 worldwide hit, “No Matter What”. To this day, this song is widely regarded as the “#1 power pop song of all time”, and inspired the genesis of the genre. The members of Badfinger eventually earned a Grammy for writing the No Dice album cut, “Without You”, as it evolved into an international #1 for not only Harry Nilsson in 1972, but also Mariah Carey in 1994. This Badfinger song is the highest selling song in the Apple Records catalogue. 
  
Their next album, Straight Up, was co-produced by their Beatle mentor, George Harrison in 1971. Harrison lent his slide guitar skills to their Top 10 hits, “Day After Day” (which was recently used in a 2008 episode of The Simpsons TV show). Another Top 10 hit - “Baby Blue” – solidified Badfinger’s appeal to the pop music-buying public. The song was used in the 2006 Oscar-winning Best Picture film, The Departed, starring Leondaro DiCaprio and Jack Nicholson. That same year Joey was personally invited by John Lennon to be a part of his Imagine LP recording sessions, and played acoustic guitar on John’s emotional ballad, “Jealous Guy”. That same year, George Harrison asked them to join the sessions for his ground-breaking triple album release, All Things Must Pass. George also invited the band to perform on stage at his landmark concert event in August 1971 – The Concert For Bangla Desh. 
  
Joey Molland is the only member of BADFINGER to watch over their flame in live performances. 
 
Legends of Liverpool Joey Molland
Legends of Liverpool
The Hollies & Badfinger Australian Tour 2009 banner
 
写真あり 
http://fasterlouder.junkee.com/badfinger-the-hollies/352609
 
Joey Molland of Badfinger - Baby Blue (Nov 7, 2009 at Rooty Hill RSL Club) 

Joey Molland of Badfinger - I Don't Mind (Nov 7, 2009) 

Joey Molland of Badfinger - Come and Get It (Nov 7, 2009) 

Paul Davie (kb/guitar/vocals) and Mark Dawson (bass/vocals) 
 

John & Mary - I Became Alone (1991) / Day After Day (2013)

John & Mary / Victory Gardens (1991)
 
1991/02/19   CD   Rykodisc:RCD 10203   6.I Became Alone [John Lombardo - Mary Ramsey]   Joey Molland: vocal, guitar, guitar solo
John & Mary - Victory Gardens (1991)
 
Ronnie Lane’s Passing Show and The Badfinger Connection 

I asked John if he had any ideas of guests for us to ask to contribute to the record. He immediately said two names that resonated with me – Joey Molland from Badfinger and Ronnie Lane.
 
The song John had chosen for Joey was a track called, “I Became Alone.” Joey doubled Rob Buck's prominent electric guitar and played an amazing slide solo that was complete in one take – and one take in the double tracking. When he sang the vocal line as a duet with Mary, the song was complete. Another night of brandy and conversation followed and, when I took him to the train station, I was sad to see him leave. Not because of his musical history but because he was now a friend.
 
 
 
Joe Rozler, Mary Ramsey and John Lombardo perform Friday night at Pausa Art House in Buffalo 
Local music royalty takes the stage   2014/01/18 

When Rozler wanted to lead his bandmates through a rendition of Badfinger's “Day After Day,” he played it with gusto while Ramsey substituted the original version's wah wah-pedaled licks with bowed violin notes. 
 
Day After Day (February 28, 2013)   SUNY Fredonia / Music Business talk by Joey Molland
   Mary Ramsey (v, viola), John Lombardo (harmony, g), Paul Davie (p)

 

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