Badfinger is the fifth album by British rock band Badfinger. The album was recorded in autumn 1973 and released in 1974 on Warner Bros. It was the first of two albums released by the band on the Warner label. The cover art for the album shows a woman wearing a riding outfit and hat from the 1920s and smoking a cigarette in a cigarette holder.
Profile: British pop band, established November 1969 in Swansea, Wales.
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sort by album sort by song. album: "Magic Christian Music" (1970). Come And Get It Crimson Ship Dear Angie Fisherman Midnight Sun Beautiful And Blue Rock Of All Ages Carry On Till Tomorrow I'm In Love Walk Out In The Rain Angelique Knocking Down Our Home Give It A Try Maybe Tomorrow Storm In A Teacup Arthur. album: "No Dice" (1970).
Released on their album, Badfinger, the song was written by one of the band's guitarists, Joey Molland. Maybe Tomorrow (The Iveys album). Maybe Tomorrow was the only album released by Badfinger under the name The Iveys. It was issued in 1969 on the Apple label in Japan, West Germany and Italy. Wish You Were Here is the sixth album by rock band Badfinger and their third consecutive album produced by Chris Thomas. It was recorded in the spring of 1974 at Colorado's Caribou Ranch and released in November of that year on Warner Bros.
Badfinger are considered one of the best classic rock bands of all time. This Badfinger discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Badfinger albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Badfinger singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.
As Badfinger was completing work on its last album for Apple, "Ass", Badfinger's manager, Stan Polley, signed the band to a three-year, six-album deal with Warners. As a result, shortly after the band and producer Chris Thomas completed recording of "Ass", they found themselves back in the studio making a new album for Warners. Although the album is technically untitled, it is referred to as "Badfinger" as this is its only identification outside its matrix number