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© The Vincent Vigil Collection, 1971
Apple Artists, Badfinger (l-r, Mike Gibbins, Joey Molland, Pete Ham, Beatle George and Tom Evans), New York, 1971. At the time, George Harrison was producing the next Badfinger release, Straight Up. Unfortunately, he had to pass the reigns over to new producer, Todd Rundgren. With 'The Concert For Bangladesh' consuming all of his time, Harrison was generous to the band, and asked them to join the superstar line-up.
Badfinger with George Harrison, New York 1971 by The Vincent Vigil Collection
Color: Black and White
Type: Archival Digital Print
Edition: 11x14-Open, 16x20-50, 20x24-35, 30x40-25
Signed: Estate Stamped
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