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Badfinger’s Joey Molland – The Pilgrim (1992): Forgotten Series

Badfinger’s Joey Molland – The Pilgrim (1992): Forgotten Series

The specter of Badfinger manifests throughout, but ‘The Pilgrim’ ends up reinforcing Joey Molland’s ability to stand on his own.

Badfinger’s ‘No Matter What’ didn’t always have that crazy-cool solo

Badfinger’s ‘No Matter What’ didn’t always have that crazy-cool solo

Badfinger’s Joey Molland talks to us about a moment of inspiration on “No Matter What,” which arrived as part of ‘No Dice’ this month in 1970.

John Lennon remembered by Alan White, Joey Molland + Tony Levin: Gimme Five

John Lennon remembered by Alan White, Joey Molland + Tony Levin: Gimme Five

Turns out, John Lennon – who would have celebrated a birthday today – was just as mercurially intriguing to his sidemen as he was to everyone else.

John Lennon’s Imagine was more than the sum of its inspirational title track

John Lennon’s Imagine was more than the sum of its inspirational title track

Sidemen Joey Molland and Alan White joined us for a deeper dive in John Lennon’s ‘Imagine,’ released on Sept. 9, 1971.

George Harrison remembered by Alan White, Joey Molland, Robben Ford + others

George Harrison remembered by Alan White, Joey Molland, Robben Ford + others

We’re celebrating the late George Harrison’s birthday by revisiting some signature moments with collaborators from his post-Beatles years.

One song launched Badfinger, and its unlikely reunion: ‘We were sort of talked into it’

One song launched Badfinger, and its unlikely reunion: ‘We were sort of talked into it’

Released on January 12, 1970, “Come and Get It” became Badfinger’s first Top 10 U.S. hit. By the end of the decade, it had brought them together again.

Joey Molland and Tony Kaye remember Pete Ham, Tom Evans + Badfinger: Gimme Five

Joey Molland and Tony Kaye remember Pete Ham, Tom Evans + Badfinger: Gimme Five

The Badfinger legacy was ultimately left to Joey Molland who, with a group of collaborators over the years that’s included Yes co-founder Tony Kaye, soldiered on.

Joey Molland’s emotional response to Badfinger critics: ‘You have no idea what went on’

Joey Molland’s emotional response to Badfinger critics: ‘You have no idea what went on’

For Joey Molland, continuing forward under the Badfinger banner has been both a blessing and – after all of his other classic-era bandmates died – a curse.

Badfinger’s Joey Molland, “Walk Out in the Rain” from Return to Memphis (2013): Exclusive stream

Badfinger’s Joey Molland, “Walk Out in the Rain” from Return to Memphis (2013): Exclusive stream

Joey Molland returns for his first solo album since 2001’s This Way Up, and it’s unlike anything from the guitarist’s seminal power pop work with Badfinger.

Something Else! sneak peek: George Harrison, "My Sweet Lord" (2012)

You could argue that Phil Spector’s billowing vision of Orchestra As Rock Band saw its fullest flowering on George Harrison’s stunning 1970 debut All Things Must Pass. You could also argue that he almost ruined it with a wet-sock Wall of Sound