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Day After Day: Live

14 April 2009 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 10 May 2005
  • Release Date: 10 May 2005
  • Label: Ryko/Rhino
  • Copyright: 1990 Independent Artists, manufactured & marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group company
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  • Total Length: 48:32
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  • ASIN: B001RZ4B2K
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 325,203 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. A. Hassan on 20 July 2014
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Fantastic Album.
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Amazon.com: 18 reviews
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Another Molland scam... 9 Dec 2003
By The Man On The Flaming Pie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I used to like this CD (hence my original 4-star rating, which I cannot change). I defended the overdubs by saying that overdubbing is common practice on live albums. However, that was before I read Dan Matovina's book Without You: The Tragic Story Of Badfinger (a must-have, by the way!), which spills the beans about exactly how MUCH was re-recorded: "virtually all of Joey's original vocals, most of his guitar solos, many of the rhythm guitars, and all of Tom's bass tracks. Re-sequencing was also done, [so that] all of Pete Ham's songs were shifted to the end." I always wondered why Joey's voice sounds so clear while Pete sounds as if he's singing from the back of the room...
However, this disc is STILL a rare representation of Badfinger live (partly, anyway). At least most of the best songs (PETE's) remain the least-molested.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
A Remix Gone Wrong 31 Jan 2005
By VAT - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Joey Molland released this CD in the 1990's after remixing and overdubbing the tapes. The fault here is he tried to modernize the sound too much. Live Badfinger would have sounded much better left in the context of the 1970's. The biggest problem to me is the drum sound; it's far too loud, too echoey and reeks of drum samples grafted on in places. Joey also overdubbed his lead vocals and guitar parts, a common fix on live albums. Though out the disc I was drawn to listen to the remixing rather than the original Badfinger performance. Hence my two star rating.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
A nice snapshot, but... 15 Jan 2002
By GBS - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
First off, Badfinger was a terrific and noisy little group, far hotter live than their Apple records would have you think. It's long forgotten how striking and dramatic a guitarist Pete Ham was, how rugged and tough singers that Joey and Tommy were, how solid and pounding a drummer that Mike was. To a fair degree, you'll discover that on this short snapshot of a disc. To a degree...
The problem with this disc is that, for various reasons logical or not, Joey has put overdubs on the original tapes for this CD. These include a nasty sounding snare drum sample where Mike would be, and various electric guitar and bass overdubs. How much is actually "live" is really hard to tell.
Nonetheless, you can get something of a feel for what Badfinger were like in front of a happy crowd, at a time when all was well and lively with this ill-fated group. It's loud, dumb and fun, and worth your time.
Ah...but for the REAL live Badfinger, hit your "back" button and check out Live at the BBC...raw, unadorned and all Badfinger.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
More historical than essential 20 Feb 2001
By D. Hartley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Aside from the couple numbers on the "Concert For Bangladesh" album, this is the only document (so far) capturing Badfinger's original line-up in a live concert setting (I haven't heard the "BBC" collection, but in my experience those are usually more controlled, "live" in the studio sessions, sans audience.)The sound quality is good, but there is somewhat of a letdown in the execution of the material.The acoustic guitar and keyboard flourishes that gave the studio songs thier bright, melodic, power-pop shine is (understandably but dissapointingly) absent. What is most puzzling here is the lack of vocal interplay; while Tom Evans, Joey Molland and Pete Ham were all fine lead vocalists and evidently divided the chore in a democratic fashion, there is little or no of the Beatlesque harmony singing that earmarked the Badfinger "sound". What you end up with is a competently performed but rather pedestrian slab of bar-band boogie rock (two songs clock in at over seven minutes due to extended guitar solos- more like a Foghat album!). An OK historical item for completists, but a letdown for power-pop fans.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Interesting Live Performance! 8 Feb 2004
By Morten Vindberg - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The album was first released in 1989 on Joey Molland's initiative, and it comes from a concert given in Cleveland March 4 , 1974. The concert was originally taped for a possible Warner Live-album release. Molland got hold of the tapes before he left the band late 1974, and towards the end of the 1980's he began to work on them. Molland has overdubbed most of his own singing and playing, which, judged from bootleg versions of the concert, was pretty uneven. What's worse: He also overdubbed Mike Gibbins` drumming; these overdubbed drums are mixed too loud and a lot of the fill-ins sound rather clumsy.
Still, there is in fact a lot of good music on this album. Personally I believe it gives a pretty good impression of a Badfinger concert 1974.
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