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Their first single, the glorious Bee Gees-like ballad "Maybe Tomorrow," is released in November , yet it unaccountably stiffs. Disheartened, Apple shelves the planned U.S./U.K. release of the Iveys' debut album, though it does eventually sneak out in Japan and Germany.
referencing Maybe Tomorrow, LP, Album, RE, Unofficial, 3C , Sapcor 8 Do all copies of this pressing have the chips out of the outer edge of the record? Mine is pretty chipped all around but does not affect play whatsoever.
Known today as "the band that became Badfinger" as well as for their single "Maybe Tomorrow", British pop rock band 'The Iveys' started as Pete Ham, David "Dai" Jenkins, Ron Griffiths, and Terry Gleeson. Originally called 'The Wild Ones', they changed their name to 'The Iveys' in late They played at various local pubs in South Wales, building steam.
The previously released Iveys songs were specially re-mixed for this album, significantly improving their sound quality in the process. One of them, "Fisherman", was also edited for this release. The three Badfinger tracks used in the film -- "Come and Get It", "Rock of All Ages" and "Carry on Till Tomorrow" -- bear the strongest "Beatle.
Apr 04, · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Maybe Tomorrow on Discogs. Label: Apple Records - 3C ,Apple Records - Sapcor 8 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Power Pop/5(10).