Hot Rock: Badfinger – 1972 Paramount Theatre, Springfield


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August 6, 2016

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Hot Rock!
Badfinger – 1972
Paramount Theatre, Springfield

Badfinger was one of the best
classic rock bands around

The Daily Walk with Miracles, August 6, 2016, by Paul Evans. You can view this performance on secure YouTube at Eddie Essence’s YouTube page for this album, or hopefully just watch it below. Additional, better known music by Badfinger we recommend is The Best of Badfinger, YouTube – 1:12:20. See all Badfinger music by checking out the YouTube search results for Badfinger. This is for my psychiatrist Vera Astreika, the sweetest lady psychiatrist I ever met! Psalm 119 is especially dedicated for you. And Badfinger is old school rock at its finest!

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See Wikipedia on Badfinger:

Badfinger were a Welsh rock band that, in their most prolific lineup, consisted of Pete Ham, Mike Gibbins, Tom Evans, and Joey Molland. The band evolved from an earlier group called The Iveys that was formed in 1961 by Ham, Ron Griffiths and David “Dai” Jenkins in Swansea, Wales. They were the first group signed by the Beatles’ Apple label in 1968 as The Iveys. In 1969, Griffiths left and was replaced by Molland, and the band renamed themselves Badfinger. In 1970, the band engaged American businessman Stan Polley to manage their commercial affairs. Over the next five years the band recorded several albums for Apple and toured extensively, before they became embroiled in the chaos of Apple Records’ dissolution.

Badfinger had four consecutive worldwide hits from 1970 to 1972: “Come and Get It” (written and produced by Paul McCartney), “No Matter What”, “Day After Day” (produced by George Harrison) and “Baby Blue”. In 2013, “Baby Blue” made a resurgence onto the Billboard Hot Rock Songs chart at number 14 after it was featured in the series finale of the television show Breaking Bad. Their song “Without You” has been covered many times, including a Billboard number one hit for Harry Nilsson.

Please feel encouraged to visit Badfinger’s official website, and stop by their Facebook page. Visit Amazon.com’s page of digital mp3 downloads by Badfinger, or if you prefer the iTunes format, check out downloads of music by Badfinger at Apple music.

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