Come and Get It: A Tribute to Badfinger

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All Music Guide - Jack Rabid
Badfinger deserve a tribute album a lot more than most, because few modern rock fans know them. Their four Top 15 singles for the Beatles' Apple label, from March 1970 to April 1972, all rank in anyone's Top Ten of the greatest post-Beatles, heavy power pop songs. Sing the choruses of "Day After Day" done here by 20/20, "Baby Blue" Aimee Mann, "No Matter What" the Knack, and the Paul McCartney-penned "Come and Get It" Adrian Belew, and the response invariably is, "I know that song! I love that song! That's Badfinger?" Likewise, their four LPs for Apple before their two so-so Warner Bros. releases contain many special moments. But a more loving tribute than Come and Get It: A...
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All Music Guide - Jack Rabid
Badfinger deserve a tribute album a lot more than most, because few modern rock fans know them. Their four Top 15 singles for the Beatles' Apple label, from March 1970 to April 1972, all rank in anyone's Top Ten of the greatest post-Beatles, heavy power pop songs. Sing the choruses of "Day After Day" done here by 20/20, "Baby Blue" Aimee Mann, "No Matter What" the Knack, and the Paul McCartney-penned "Come and Get It" Adrian Belew, and the response invariably is, "I know that song! I love that song! That's Badfinger?" Likewise, their four LPs for Apple before their two so-so Warner Bros. releases contain many special moments. But a more loving tribute than Come and Get It: A Tribute to Badfinger would be hard to imagine. All 22 artists exhibit the sort of reverence Badfinger once had for the Beatles! The dais is a bit strange: no quibble with Mann, whose "Baby Blue" is really crisp, the Loud Family, the Rooks, the Salteens Ken Stringfellow from the Posies in disguise, and a few others. And it's nice to see '60s guru and Zombies' champion Al Kooper, who once sat in with Badfinger in the studio as he'd already done with Bob Dylan and the Who, take a turn. But the Knack? 20/20? Belew? Dwight Twilley? The re-formed Plimsouls albeit with hot Blondie drummer Clem Burke? Can you say '70s new wave party? Completely conversely, too many acts here are no-names with the scent of studio project, a common tribute album disease, however in this case enthusiastic. Such baby bands are overmatched by Badfinger's talent and soulful interplay. Where is all the cream of indie talent? Still, whatever attention these too-old and too-new fans draw to Badfinger is welcome, and in the end, miraculously, there isn't a single total stinker!
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/17/1996
  • Label: COPPER RECORDS
  • UPC: 750458218129
  • Catalog Number: 2181

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Come and Get It (2:25)
  2. 2 Perfection (3:33)
  3. 3 We're for the Dark (4:09)
  4. 4 Flying (3:12)
  5. 5 It's Over - Brad Jones (3:42)
  6. 6 No Matter What (2:52)
  7. 7 Day After Day - 20/20 (2:49)
  8. 8 Midnight Caller (2:41)
  9. 9 Baby Blue (3:52)
  10. 10 Lonely You (2:54)
  11. 11 Name of the Game (4:44)
  12. 12 It Had to Be (2:37)
  13. 13 Know One Knows (3:29)
  14. 14 I Can't Take It (4:09)
  15. 15 Suitcase (3:32)
  16. 16 Get Away - The Rooks (4:33)
  17. 17 Just a Chance (3:23)
  18. 18 I'll Be the One (2:52)
  19. 19 Better Days (4:01)
  20. 20 Icicles (2:40)
  21. 21 Maybe Tomorrow (3:53)
  22. 22 Apple of My Eye (5:06)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bill Lloyd Vocals, Multi Instruments, Track Performer
Adrian Belew Vocals, Multi Instruments, Track Performer
Peter Case Guitar, Vocals, 12-string Guitar
The Knack Track Performer
Al Kooper Vocals, Multi Instruments, Track Performer
Dwight Twilley Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals, Track Performer
20/20 Track Performer
The Plimsouls Track Performer
Loud Family Track Performer
Aimee Mann Vocals, Multi Instruments, Track Performer
Berton Averre Guitar
Jon Brion Vocals, Multi Instruments
Clem Burke Percussion, Drums
Doug Fieger Guitar, Vocals
Ron Flynt Bass, Vocals
Bruce Gary Drums
Michael Giblin Bass, Vocals
Tom Hanford Guitar
Brad Jones Vocals, Multi Instruments, Track Performer
Michael Mazzarella Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Rob Miller Bass, Background Vocals
Scott Miller Guitar, Vocals
Eddie Muñoz Guitar, Vocals, 12-string Guitar
Prescott Niles Bass
Marc Owens Drums
Kristin Pinell Guitar
George Reiff Bass
John Sharples Drums, Background Vocals
Ken Stringfellow Guitar, Vocals
Gordon Townsend Drums, Background Vocals
Derrek Van Eaton Vocals, Track Performer
Chris Von Sneidern Bass, Guitar, Piano, Drums, Vocals, Track Performer
Gary Wade Piano, Tenor Saxophone, Tambourine, Background Vocals
Paul Wieneke Keyboards
Patrick Yourell Drums
The Rooks Track Performer
Lon Van Eaton Vocals, Multi Instruments, Track Performer
Cotton Mather Track Performer
Robert Harrison Organ, Vocals
Bill Belknap Drums, Vocals
Dawn Richardson Drums
Scott Watson Bass, Background Vocals
David White Bass, Background Vocals
Cherry Twister Track Performer
Cockeyed Ghost Track Performer
Eric Voeks Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Vocals, Track Performer
Walter Clevenger Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
James Hazley Drums
Kenny Kessel Bass
Adam Marsland Guitar, Vocals
Bill Padgett Drums
Bill Stone Guitar, Vocals
Rob Cassell Piano, Vocals
Winifred Atwell Piano
Anne Benkovitz Bass
Grebb Stein Baritone Saxophone
Paranoid Lovesick Track Performer
Steve Ward Guitar, Vocals
Henry Clift Bass
Steve Allen Guitar, Vocals
Kim Crimson Guitar
Dana Mizer Drums
Whit Williams Guitar
Technical Credits
Bill Lloyd Producer
Adrian Belew Producer, Contributor
Dwight Twilley Producer, Contributor
20/20 Producer, Contributor
Billy Smith Engineer
The Plimsouls Producer, Contributor
Aimee Mann Contributor
Jon Brion Producer
Doug Fieger Producer
Brad Jones Producer
Ken Latchney Engineer
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Earle Mankey Producer
Michael Mazzarella Producer
Dave McNair Producer, Engineer
Scott Miller Producer
Marc Owens Engineer
John Sharples Producer
Chris Von Sneidern Producer
Gary Wade Producer
Lon Van Eaton Producer
Michael Bosley Engineer
Richard Bosworth Producer
Bob "Mink" Martin Engineer
Kent Benjamin Liner Notes, Talent Coordinator
Scott Watson Engineer
David White Engineer
Mark Keaton Engineer
Jerry Tubb Mastering
Travis Dickerson Engineer
Chuck Ivy Artwork
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