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  • CD (6 avril 1993)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Apple Beatles
  • ASIN : B000006MV8
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Par Vincent le 4 novembre 2010
Format: CD
La liste de ceux qui ont travaillé sur cet album est un indice convenable de sa qualité : George Harrison à la guitare sur deux chansons (I'd Die Babe et Day After Day), Leon Russell (piano sur Day After Day, guitare sur Suitcase), Klaus Voorman, qui a entre autres faits d'armes peint la couverture de Revolver (Enregistrement original remasterisé) (il tient le piano électrique sur Suitcase), Todd Rungren qui partage les crédits de production avec George Harrison.
Mais le plus impressionant, c'est bien sur le contenu de l'album, qui est tout simplement dantesque, avec des hits en puissance, Day After Day, Baby Blue, et toutes ces chansons qui ne sont pas assez connues, Name of the game, Sweet Tuesday Morning, la suite Money/Flying, et pourtant chacune de ces chanson à elle seule vaudrait le prix du cd tant c'est bon. Des harmonies solides, une production efficace qui met en valeur la qualité incroyable des chansons qui illustre un groupe légendaire. En définitive, c'est plus qu'une recommandation qu'il faut pour cet album, presque une obligation d'achat à tout amateur de musique !
A bon entendeur ;)
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On présente ce groupe comme très proche des Beatles. Voila le genre de comparaison toujours osé lorsque l'on parle du plus grand groupe de rock de tous les temps ayant laissé une oeuvre immortelle.
Là encore, cette règle se vérifie. Certes, la musique est son interprétation sont de qualité, mais il me parait difficile de crier au génie. Pour ma part, je comparerais beaucoup plus volontiers cette formation à Marvin, Welch and Farrar. Il s'agit de membres des Shadows qui se sont mis à chanter au début des années 70 et qui ont composé des chansons magnifiques.
Après tout, ne boudons pas notre plaisir à l'écoute de Straight up, mais restons raisonnables vis-à-vis des Fab Four.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Remaster Sounds Much Better 25 novembre 2010
Par D. Allen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
For me, this is the most important remaster of the year. And while I really don't care for their other albums, I have a BIG soft spot in my heart for this one. I classify it as one of the best albums of the early 70's.

George Harrison took a personal interest in Badfinger, and he oversaw the making of Straight Up. As such, Harrison rejected the first effort, produced by Geoff Eremick, and it was shelved. The final production that George Harrison initiated, and handed over to Todd Rundgren to complete, suited this material quite well. Also, George's slide guitar playing perfectly compliments a few of the tracks.

The best part of this album though, at least for me, is "Name of the Game." It is the most hauntingly beautiful rock ballad I've ever heard. When Harrison heard Emerick's version - while he didn't like it - he recognized the vast potential of the song and became quite interested in it. Like several of the songs on the album, he had the band re-record it with him in the booth. Both versions are on the CD, and if you compare them, the difference is remarkable; George enhanced the melancholy tone of the song and gave it a big Spector-like sound. For it's part, the band became inspired and delivered a incredible performance. It's a beaut.

As for the sound: While I'm extremely grateful to have this major upgrade in sound, I was a bit disappointed that more of the murkiness wasn't eliminated. One wouldn't think that the first generation stereo masters sound like this. Perhaps only a remix could remedy the situation, but it's getting a little late in the game to do a major overhaul. If it was ever going to be done, this was probably the last chance to do it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Classic Rock Album Finally Remastered 12 novembre 2010
Par Michael n - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
"Straight Up," the third album from Badfinger has been remastered and re-released by Apple Records, both on CD and (finally) as a digital download. The sound quality is simply amazing bringing a whole new aural clarity to a classic album. This should have been the album that finally elevated Badfinger to commercial success. Four songs, including the single "Day After Day" written by guitarist Pete Ham were produced by George Harrison (who played slide guitar on the track). The remaining eight tracks were produced by Todd Rundgren. While most will recognize the aforementioned "Day After Day," "Baby Blue" (also a Ham track) still receives radio airplay throughout the US. The re-mastering was completed by the staff of engineers who remastered the Beatles catalog released last year and they have continued their stellar work. Sadly, Badfinger never got the breaks they certainly deserved. The combination of the Beatles crumbling Apple empire and the band's criminal management who literally stole almost every dime the band made eventually led to Ham's suicide in 1975 and the suicide of bassist Tom Evans in 1983. Still, the remastered "Straight Up" album is a great legacy for one of the original power pop bands. Without Badfinger, the genre may never have developed and sustained itself over the last almost forty years. Listen and enjoy.

As a side note, if you are a Badfinger completest, purchase the digital download bonus tracks that are not available on the CD. With all of the "Straight Up" bonus tracks, one can compile the first version of "Straight Up" that was rejected by Apple Records and never released. The running order for that album is:

Suitcase (Earlier Version)
I'll Be the One
No Good At All (Previously Unreleased)
Sweet Tuesday Morning (Earlier Version)
Baby Please (Previously Unreleased)
Mean Mean Jemima (2010 Remaster)
Name of the Game (Earlier Version)
Loving You (2010 Remaster)
Money (Earlier Version - 2010 Remaster)
Flying (Earlier Version - 2010 Remaster)
Sing For the Song (Previously unreleased)
Perfection (Earlier Version - 2010 Remaster)

These tracks were produced and mixed by Geoff Emerick who produced the band's previous album, "No Dice." While not as strong as the eventual release, the unreleased album is fun to listen to when one knows how these songs evolved into the eventual masterpiece.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 BADFINGER "STRAIGHT UP" Vinyl 33-LP. 2 mai 2014
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I just love this album and the only reason I did not give it 5 STARS is the original recording was recorded at such a low volume especially the song BABY BLUE, I think when the song Breaks in with that Great Guitar riff the tech lowered the volume and forgot to bring it back up all the way? Another album that has more BADFINGER recordings is The Magic Christian [Original Soundtrack recording) it includes the song (If You Want it) "Come and Get It" by Badfinger Re-Mastered; as well as a couple others by BADFINGER with help from BEATLES Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney. Badfinger was one of only a couple of The Beatles protégés; .. TRACK LISTING:... SIDE 1: 1.MONEY 2.FLYING 3.SUITCASE 4.SWEET TUESDAY MORNING 5.PERFECTION 6.I'D DIE, BABE SIDE 2: 1.TAKE IT ALL 2.BABY BLUE 3.NAME OF THE GAME 4.DAY AFTER DAY 5.SOMETIMES 6.IT'S OVER:::.
I have these records listed 4-Sale at my Store-Front oldstuff2006pat.
I Sure hope this helps some; Dave
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 No Respect 18 juin 2008
Par AntiochAndy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Sadly, Badfinger was a band that never got much respect from the critics. It was generally criticized for being, at best, a Beatles "sound alike" and, at worst, a Beatles imitator. "Badfinger recycles familiar riffs and harmonies in far less striking configurations" says The Rolling Stone Album Guide. There was plenty of other circumstantial evidence. Paul McCartney wrote their first hit, George Harrison produced some of the tracks for STRAIGHT UP, and they were on the Beatles' Apple label. Frankly, I don't know enough about music to judge the accuracy or fairness of all this. I only know what I like when I hear it, and I like both STRAIGHT UP and its predecessor, NO DICE, a lot.

STRAIGHT UP was originally recorded not too long after the release of NO DICE, the intent being to capitalize on the moderate success of that set. George Harrison produced much of it. The album's release was delayed, however, and eventually Todd Rundgren was brought in as producer and many of the tracks were re-recorded. The current CD contains the album that was ultimately released with Rundgren as producer, as well as some of the original tracks produced by Harrison. Personally, I'm glad Rundgren was brought in. I like the tracks done with him producing much better than the older ones.

This is a very listenable album. The twelve tracks originally released are a pleasure; there isn't a loser among them. My personal favorites include "Take It All", "Money", "Flying", "Suitcase", "Day After Day", "Sometimes" and "Perfection". "Baby Blue" and "Day After Day" were the Top 40 hits. Some are ballads and some are rockers, but nice vocal harmonies abound, there are lots of nice melodies and catchy riffs, and I particularly enjoy the jangly percussion and the guitar solo into the fade-out on "Perfection". Favorites and hits aside, though, I often just put the CD in and listen to the whole thing. There's not a bad cut in there anywhere.

Whatever the validity of all the criticism, it all ended tragically for Badfinger and, especially, for some of the bandmembers. It's all water under the bridge, now. Whether or not these guys were mining Beatles material for their music, the result sounds pretty darn good. It seems to me that if a rock band is going to look somewhere for inspiration, Beatles music is a pretty good place to start. The results are pleasing to the ear, and that's what counts.

I had a hard time coming up with a rating for STRAIGHT UP. I'll concede that Badfinger was never as original or unique as some of the other great bands of the period, particularly the Beatles. They never did anything to rival albums like "SGT. PEPPER...", WHO'S NEXT, EXILE ON MAIN STREET, LED ZEPPLIN IV, RUMOURS, or some others I could name. On the other hand, I like this album very much and still listen to it a lot. I decided to call it 4.5 stars and round up to five. Again, this isn't quite one of the real greats of classic rock, but it's an excellent piece of work and a pleasure to listen to. If you like classic pop/rock, you'll like STRAIGHT UP.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Even more bonus tracks. But where?!!! 29 octobre 2010
Par Matt Leeds - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Excellent album. Excellent remastering job, with some different bonus tracks than the earlier expanded edition. However, I seem to be missing something. There are even *more* bonus tracks, supposedly available as digital downloads. I've purchased a few other discs where they've done this (and, in the case of a recent Black Crowes album, an entire additional album was "given away" with the purchase of the primary album). Frankly, I find this annoying. I mean, assuming the additional tracks fit, why not just put them on the disc in the first place? (I'm guessing it has something to do with gaining your e-mail address for advertising purposes.) In this instance, though, I've purchased the new remasters of both No Dice & Straight Up, and neither includes an access code or other information about actually downloading those tracks. The Apple Records website lists the tracks, and even lets you sample them. But again, I'm not seeing anything about how to download them. And even if I wanted to pay for the additional tracks, they're not listed on either iTunes or Amazon. Can anyone give me a clue here?
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