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Badfinger (The Iveys) - Maybe Tomorrow (1969)

Badfinger (The Iveys) - Maybe Tomorrow (1969)

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Badfinger (The Iveys) - Maybe Tomorrow
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Side one
1. "See-Saw Granpa"   3:33
2. "Beautiful and Blue"   2:38
3. "Dear Angie"   2:39
4. "Think About the Good Times"   2:21
5. "Yesterday Ain't Coming Back"   2:57
6. "Fisherman"   3:09

Side two
1. "Maybe Tomorrow"   2:52
2. "Sali Bloo"   2:35
3. "Angelique"   2:26
4. "I'm in Love"   2:28
5. "They're Knocking Down Our Home"   3:41
6. "I've Been Waiting"   5:15

1992 CD bonus tracks
1. "No Escaping Your Love"   2:12
2. "Mrs. Jones"   2:15
3. "And Her Daddy's a Millionaire"   2:08
4. "Looking for My Baby"   2:08

On the sleeve Derek Taylor writes that these "four very nice kids [...] were not, nor are they now adventurous innovators, but they are ready, they are ready to be. The Iveys can sing and they play tight, rich stuff, write it too; they can write anything. They are lovely lads. [...] For them all Apple feels love and admiration."



Badfinger  The Iveys Band Members / Musicians
Pete Ham: lead and backing vocals, lead guitar, keyboards
Tom Evans: lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar
Ron Griffiths: bass guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals on "Dear Angie" and "Sali Bloo"
Mike Gibbins: drums, percussion, backing vocals, lead vocals on "Think About The Good Times"

 
Bill Collins: piano on "Knocking Down Our Home"
Nicky Hopkins: piano on "See-Saw Granpa"


Maybe Tomorrow is the only album released by the British group The Iveys, who later renamed themselves Badfinger. It was issued in 1969 on the Apple label in Japan, West Germany and Italy. Although the album was scheduled to be released worldwide, the release in the US and UK at that time was halted without explanation. Many reasons for halting the album have been suggested by the band and Apple employees, but the most common theory is that Apple's newly hired president, Allen Klein, stopped all non-Beatle releases on Apple until he could examine the company's finances, which were in disarray at the time.


Badfinger were a British rock band formed in Swansea, Wales, that were active from the 1960s to the 1980s. Their best-known lineup consisted of Pete Ham, Mike Gibbins, Tom Evans, and Joey Molland. They are recognised for their influence on the 1970s power pop genre. It is estimated that the band sold 14 million albums.


Badfinger Band Members / Musicians

1965–1967 - The Iveys
Pete Ham – vocals, guitar, keyboards
David Jenkins – vocals, guitar
Ron Griffiths – vocals, bass
Mike Gibbins – vocals, drums, percussion

1967–1969 - The Iveys
Pete Ham – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Tom Evans – vocals, guitar
Ron Griffiths – vocals, bass
Mike Gibbins – vocals, drums, percussion

1969–1974 - Badfinger
Pete Ham – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Mike Gibbins – vocals, drums, percussion, keyboards

Rob Stawinsky – drums (US tour, 1972)

October – November 1974
Pete Ham – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Bob Jackson – vocals, keyboards
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Mike Gibbins – vocals, drums, percussion, keyboards

November 1974 – April 1975
Pete Ham – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Bob Jackson – vocals, keyboards, guitar
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Mike Gibbins – vocals, drums, percussion, keyboards

May 1975 – 1978
Disbanded

1978
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Joe Tansin – vocals, guitar
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Kenny Harck – drums

1978
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Joe Tansin – vocals, guitar
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Mike Gibbins – vocals, drums, percussion, keyboards

1979
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Bob Schell – guitar
Tony Kaye – keyboards
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Peter Clarke – drums

1979
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Tony Kaye – keyboards
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Peter Clarke – drums

1979–1980
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Tony Kaye – keyboards
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Ian Wallace – drums

1980
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Rod Roach – guitar
Tony Kaye – keyboards
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Richard Bryans – drums

1980–1981
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar, piano
Glen Sherba – guitar
Tony Kaye – keyboards
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Richard Bryans – drums

1981–1984
Two variations of Badfinger in existence.

1984
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar
Randy Anderson – vocals, guitar
Bob Jackson – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Al Wodtke – vocals, bass
Mike Gibbins – vocals, drums, percussion, keyboards
Molland's Badfinger

1981
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Joe Tansin – vocals, guitar
Larry Lee – vocals, bass
Bobby Wickland – drums

1982
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Ted Turner – vocals, guitar
Craig Howlett – bass
Bobby Wickland – drums

1983
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Adrian Russell AKA Russell DeFlavia – keyboards
Rick Reid – bass
Steve Craiter – drums

1984–present
Joey Molland – vocals, guitar
Mark Healey – bass, vocals (1986–present)
Steve Wozny – keyboards, vocals (2001–present)
Mike Ricciardi – drums (2010–present)
varying line-ups since 1984
Evans & Gibbins' Badfinger

1982
Bob Evans – vocals, keyboards, guitar
Jimmy McCullogh – guitar
Steve Johns – keyboards
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Mike Gibbins – vocals, drums

1982
Bob Evans – vocals, keyboards, guitar
Fred Girard – guitar, vocals
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Mike Gibbins – vocals, drums

1982
Bob Jackson – vocals, keyboards, guitar
Adam Allen – guitar, backing vocals
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Mike Gibbins – vocals, drums, percussion, keyboards

1982
Bob Jackson – vocals, keyboards, guitar
Reed Kailing – vocals, guitar
Donnie Dacus – vocals, guitar
Tom Evans – vocals, bass, guitar
Mike Gibbins – vocals, drums, percussion, keyboards

1983
Bob Jackson – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Glen Sherba – guitar
Tony Kaye – keyboards
Tom Evans – vocals, bass
Lenny Campanero – drums
Bob Jackson's Badfinger

2015–present
Bob Jackson – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Andy Nixon – Vocals, guitar (2015–present)
Michael Healy – vocals, bass (2015–present)
Ted Duggan – drums (2015–present)



Badfinger Discography Full - Studio albums

As The Iveys:
1969 Maybe Tomorrow


As Badfinger:
1970 Magic Christian Music
1970 No Dice
1971 Straight Up
1973 Ass
1974 Badfinger
Wish You Were Here
1979 Airwaves
1981 Say No More
2000 Head First

Compilations/live albums
1989 Shine On (UK only)
1990 The Best of Badfinger, Vol. 2
1990 Day After Day: Live
1995 Come and Get It: The Best of Badfinger
1997 BBC in Concert 1972–1973
2000 The Very Best of Badfinger
2002 Live 83 – DBA-BFR
2010 Magic Christian Music; No Dice; Straight Up; Ass (remastered albums on CD, with bonus tracks)
2010 Apple Records Extra: Badfinger
2013 Timeless... The Musical Legacy

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