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After the success of their 1970 album No Dice, Badfinger finished recording its third album with Geoff Emerick as producer. But the tapes were rejected by their label, Apple Records. So one of the founders of the label, George Harrison (Apple was founded by all four Beatles), took over as producer of the album. This continued the long relationship that Badfinger had with the Beatles, starting with being the first artists signed to the Apple label. Paul McCartney wrote "Come and Get It", which would become their first big hit. Members of Badfinger played on Harrison's album All Things Must Pass, Ringo Starr's hit single "It Don't Come Easy", as well as John Lennon's album Imagine (check out our review of that album). In fact, the band's name came from a working title of the Beatles hit "With a Little Help From My Friends" called "Bad Finger Boogie".
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Similar artists: FLASH, JOEY MOLLAND
Type: CD
Recorded: 1972
Release Date: 2010-04-08
Label: Apple Records
Country: Euro
Item No: 5099964244020
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Track List
01 Take It All
02 Baby Blue
03 Money
04 Flying
05 I'd Die Babe
06 Name Of The Game
07 Suitcase
08 Sweet Tuesday Morning
09 Day After Day
10 Sometimes
11 Perfection
12 It's Over
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