You are polishing off the final episode of Breaking Bad, ready to cry because one of the coolest series ever filmed was minutes from its end. Then comes on the finale music that would really finish you off.
The perfect music to sound the closing notes for Breaking Bad was Badfinger’s “Baby Blue,” written by the group’s guitarist, keyboardist and vocalist, Pete Ham, produced by Todd Rundgren, and recorded in 1971. Ham wrote the song for a girl he had met on the band’s 1971 U.S. tour. The Beatles signed Badfinger to Apple Records and produced some of the group’s early records. For more from Badfinger, check out The Very Best of Badfinger.
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