Badfinger - Straight Up album
Badfinger - Straight Up (full album) 1972. UMG (от лица компании "Apple Corps"); UMPG Publishing, Imagem Music (publishing) US, UBEM, BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing, LatinAutor, ASCAP, Sony ATV Publishing, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell" и другие авторские общества (6).
Straight Up (Badfinger album). Redirected from Suitcase (Badfinger song)). Straight Up is the third album by British rock band Badfinger, released in December 1971 in the United States and February 1972 in Britain.
CDP 0777 7 81403 2 0, CD SAPCOR 19. US. Unknown. Straight Up (LP, Album).
Straight Up winds up somewhat less dynamic than No Dice, largely because that record alternated its rockers, pop tunes, and ballads. Consequently, the record sounds more unified than No Dice, which had a bit of a split personality. Frankly, the increased production is for the best, since Badfinger sounds best when there's as much craft in the production as there is in the writing. Here, there's absolutely no filler and everybody is in top form. Pete Ham's "Baby Blue" is textbook power-pop - irresistibly catchy fuzz riffs and sighing melodies - and with its Harrison-esque slide guitars, "Day After Day" is so gorgeous it practically aches. Perfection" is an unheralded gem, while "Name of the Game" and "Take It All" are note-perfect pop ballads.
Badfinger The album, ultimately titled Straight Up, was released in the US in December 1971, and spawned two successful singles: "Day After Day" (Billboard number four), which sold over a million worldwide, and "Baby Blue" (US number 14). The album reached number 31 on the US charts
Badfinger, Straight Up (24K+Gold DCC, GZS-1088).
Even though 'Straight Up''s first single, 'Day After Day' (see No. 2 on our list of the Top 10 Badfinger Songs), was produced by George Harrison, much of the LP was helmed by Todd Rundgren, who clashed with the band. Plus, the group and Apple's relationship wasn't all that great at the time either. Still, they managed some lovely songs like 'Baby Blue' among all the chaos. Badfinger's debut album isn't really a soundtrack to the 1969 comedy that starred Ringo Starr. Rather, it's an introduction to the newly renamed group that used to be the Iveys (see No. 7 on our list of the Top 10 Badfinger Songs) and whose old songs make up the bulk of this LP. The highlight of the record, and the main reason it even exists, is the Paul McCartney-penned 'Come and Get It,' which hit No. 7. (Note: You can hear McCartney's original demo on the Beatles' 'Anthology 3' album.
Straight Up is the third album by British rock band Badfinger, released in December 1971 in the United States and February 1972 in Britain. Issued on the Beatles' Apple record label, it includes the hit singles "Day After Day" and "Baby Blue", and the similarly popular "Name of the Game", all of which were written by singer and guitarist Pete Ham. The album marked a departure from the more rock-oriented sound of Badfinger's previous releases, partly as a result of intervention by Apple Records regarding the band's musical direction. com/Straight Up (album). Straight Up. Straight Up may refer to
|A1||Take It All|
|A5||I'd Die, Babe|
|A6||Name Of The Game|
|B2||Sweet Tuesday Morning|
|B3||Day After Day|
NotesThe band's name and title is shown on the down left side of the front sleeve picture, and the Label is in red, which are different and unique from other releases!
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|SAPCOR 19||Badfinger||Straight Up (LP, Album)||Apple Records||SAPCOR 19||UK||1972|
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|CDP 0777 7 81403 2 0, CD SAPCOR 19||Badfinger||Straight Up (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Capitol Records, Apple Records, Capitol Records, Apple Records||CDP 0777 7 81403 2 0, CD SAPCOR 19||US||Unknown|
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