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BADFINGER - Straight Up

Sello: Round Records


1971 Unofficial USA reissue Badfinger was one of the founding bands of power pop. The quartet led by Pete Ham and Tom Evans, despite having been sponsored by The Beatles on the Apple label - when the Welshmen were still called The Iveys (1968) - and having plenty of talent, creators of timeless songs like "Without You", had the bad luck to find an unfortunate beast, the manager Stan Polley, who robbed them of all the profits they reaped. The influence of the Fab Four -especially Paul McCartney, who gave them "Come And Get It"- was notorious in the first Badfinger albums: Magic Christian Music (1970), No Dice (1970) and this Straigh Up (1971). An album of classic pop guitars and excellent melodies produced by Todd Rundgren at George Harrison's request, with pearls like "Baby Blue", "I'd Die Babe", "Name Of The Game", "Sometimes", "Day After Day"... In short, a great album.

A1 Money

A3 Flying

A3 Suitcase

A4 Sweet Tuesday Morning

A5 Perfection

A6 I'd Die, Babe

B1 Take It Al

B2 Baby Blue

B3 Name Of The Game

B4 Day After Day

B5 Sometimes

B6 It's Over



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