Badfinger - Without You Demo Outtakes And Rarities flac album
Title: Without You Demo Outtakes And Rarities
Style: Power Pop
MP3 album: 1167 mb
FLAC album: 1704 mb
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Highlights include a 'new' version of Coppertoone Blues, the speed corrected demo of Without You (I Can't Live), the first appearence on CD of an alternate 'piano version' of Do You Mind and the rough mixes of several tracks from their classic Apple-era. In addition the original mix of the 1974 'Head First' album taken from cassette obtained directly from Mike Gibbins in the late 90's. These 1974 mixes are different from the 2000 Snapper CD mixes and are a major upgrade from other circulating copies.
Without You" is a song written by Pete Ham and Tom Evans of Welsh rock group Badfinger, and first released on their 1970 album No Dice. The power ballad has been recorded by over 180 artists, and versions released as singles by Harry Nilsson (1971) and Mariah Carey (1994) became international best-sellers. Paul McCartney once described the ballad as "the killer song of all time". In 1972, writers Ham and Evans received the British Academy's Ivor Novello Award for Best Song Musically and Lyrically.
Subtitled Two Decades of Outtakes and Rarities, this generous 19-track, 72-minute disc assembles odds and sods from cowpunk's hardest-rocking gang. Although they may be called leftovers, these tunes slice as hard and sharp as what was originally released on their studio albums from 1983-1998 (OK, so it's not quite 20 years), and in some cases better.
Iveys demo tape, Early 1968: 1) I Believe (version 1) (2:17) 2) The French Song (In A Taxi) (1:45) 3) harmonizing (0:25) 4) "I hope you win Somethin' on bingo. Popmeister POP-013) 1969-1979 - Badfinger Studio outtakes and TV shows + Natural Gas (75m) Various lineups.
Data de lançamento 2012. Labels Gunner Records. Estilo de MúsicaPunk-Rock. Membros têm este álbum0. 1. Wild, Young, And Free. 2. Get Up Let's Go. 3. Angry all the Time.
Badfinger- The Complete Rarities, Part II CD, RARE from 1990. Released in the EEC by Vigotone, this cd has 21 tracks (see pic for listings) and has a 69 minute playtime . Badfinger – The Ultimate Stereo Live Album Vol. II RARE CD 1990. Released in the EEC by Vigotone, this cd has 20 tracks (see pic for listing).
|1-1||Carry On Til Tomorrow – 1969 Demo|
|1-2||Knocking Down Our Home – 1968 Demo Given To Paul McCartney|
|1-3||Maybe Tomorrow – 1969 Recording For Bbc Radio|
|1-4||John Forgot To Sing – 1970 Pete Ham Demo|
|1-5||No Matter What – 1970 Early Mix W / Alternate Lead Vocal|
|1-6||I Can Not Take It – 1970- Alternate / Extended Mix – No Horns|
|1-7||No Matter What – 1970 ‘Top Of The Pops’ Live Vacal Version With Fixed Intro|
|1-8||Without You – 1969 Pete Ham Demo|
|1-9||Without You – 1969 Tom Evans Demo- Speed Corrected|
|1-10||We’re For The Dark – 1970 Alternate Mix- Different Guitar Overdubs, No Horns Or Strings|
|1-11||I’li Be The One – 1970 Rehearsal|
|1-12||Take It All – 1971 Pete Ham Demo|
|1-13||Day After Day – 1971 Rough Mix Alternatelead Vocal And Lacking Overdubs|
|1-14||Name Of The Game – 1971 Unreleased Al Kooper Single Mix|
|1-15||Do You Mind – 1972 “Ass” Outtake – 1st Unreleased Version From Upgraded Source|
|1-16||Do You Mind – “Ass” Outtake – Piano Based Version – Unreleased To Date|
|1-17||Coppertone Blues – New Composite Version From Original Pete Ham Demo And 1972 “Ass” Outtake Backing Track|
|1-18||Shine On – 1973 Rehearsal|
|1-19||Oh Wow – 1973 Unfinished Track From Self-titled Warner Bros. Sessions – Aka ‘Love My Lady’|
|1-20||Song For A Lost Friend – 1973 Rough Mix Of Finished Take With Extened Ending|
|1-21||Where Do We Go From Here – 1973 Rough Mix Of Finished Take With Piano vs. Steel Drums|
|1-22||It Does Not Really Matter – 1974 Undubbed Pete Ham Demo|
|1-23||Just How Lucky We Are – 1974 Longer Pete Ham Demo|
|1-24||Ringside – 1975 1st Pete Ham Demo|
|1-25||Ringside – 1975 Longer Pete Ham Demo – One Of His Final Recordings|
|1-26||Dennis – 2006 Edit Version From ‘Perfection; The Songs Of Badfinger’s Pete Ham & Tom Evans Promo|
|2-1||Lay Me Down – Alternate Take Warner Bros. Mix|
|2-2||Turn Around – Alternate Take Warner Bros. Mix|
|2-3||Keep Believing – Alternate Take Warner Bros. Mix|
|2-4||Rockin ‘Machine – Alternate Take Warner Bros. Mix|
|2-5||Passed Fast – Alternate Take Warner Bros. Mix|
|2-6||Saville Row – Alternate Take Warner Bros. Mix|
|2-7||Moonshine – Alternate Take Warner Bros. Mix|
|2-8||Rock ‘N’ Roll Contract – Alternate Take Warner Bros. Mix|
|2-9||Back Again – Alternate Take Warner Bros. Mix|
|2-10||Hey, Mr Manager -. This Is The Rough Mix Done By Engineer Phil Mcdonald, At Apple Studios On December 15th, 1974.|