Dan Matovina

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Dan Matovina (born October 10, 1957) is known for his work as a recording engineer, record producer, and author of a book on Badfinger.

Matovina was born in Cleveland, Ohio. Beginning in the early 1980s, his music engineering included artists such as New Edition, The Monkees, Manhattan Transfer, Frankie Valli, The Beach Boys, The Pandoras, James Lee Stanley, Radio Cammon, Easter, The Rats and Jigsaw Seen. His production work included House of Freaks, The Clints, Karmann, On The Air, and Blood on the Saddle.

In the early 1990s, Matovina began his research for his highly acclaimed biography of the rock band Badfinger entitled Without You: The Tragic Story Of Badfinger (first published in 1997). A revised edition was made available in 2000 with a CD of rarities.[1]

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