Here’s one of my favorite bands of the ’70s, Badfinger, performing “Day After Day” on TV in 1972.
“Day After Day” was written by Pete Ham and originally appeared on the band’s 1971 L.P., Straight Up. The tune hit #4 in the US (the group’s highest placing on the singles chart there) and #10 in the UK. If the slide guitar work reminds you of George Harrison, that would be because he produced the song and plays along.
Previously on Playback!: Stampeders, ‘Sweet City Woman’ (1971)