Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Mike Gibbins formerly Badfinger|
A Place In Time
Genres: Pop, Rock
Mike Gibbins is a native of South Wales currently residing in Florida. Mike's career has spanned over four decades as the original drummer for The Iveys later to be called Badfinger. Mike was greatly influenced while wor... more »
Mike Gibbins is a native of South Wales currently residing in Florida. Mike's career has spanned over four decades as the original drummer for The Iveys later to be called Badfinger. Mike was greatly influenced while working with such greats as The Beatles, Todd Rundgren, and Bonnie Tyler. Performing with George Harrison in the Concert For Bangledesh at Madison Square Garden has given him just one of the many acomplishments in the music industry. Mike has worked worldwide and the experience has complimented his writing and composing ability to please the music enthusiast of today. Now hear the Legend!
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A Place in Time - Mike Gibbins
Samantha C. | 09/17/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Just a warning to anyone looking for the theme song to the 4400.
THIS IS NOT IT!!!! This CD has nothing in common with the 4400 except for the title. I was forced to give it 1 star so that it could be seen."
Nice effort from former Badfinger drummer.
John Sullivan | Boston, Ma | 12/12/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I once saw a statement tht the only member of Badfinger NOT to have written an embassingly bad song was Mike Gibbins. I thought about it, and I had to agree that Mike was a consistenly fine songwriter for Badfinger, and that tradition carries over to his solo album. I enjoyed catching up with him. The album displays his competence at a number of styles, and if comparing it to his work with Badfinger, it sounds distinctly like the "Wish You Were Here" period. If you are a Badfinger fan, give this a listen. Nice going Mike! We have missed you!"
Welcome return from former Badfinger drummer & vocalist
Wayne Klein | My Little Blue Window, USA | 11/05/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Out of the limelight for more than a decade, Mike Gibbins returns with a fine album. At its best this album recalls some of Gibbins best work with Badfinger. He's matured both as a songwriter and singer and displays a more adventurous side on this album.To expect Gibbins (or Molland for that matter)to recapture the flame that burned during their days with Badfinger is a little unrealistic. Judged on its own merits this fine album is a worthwhile addition to any fan's collection."