John Entwistle - Too Late The Hero album flac
John Alec Entwistle (9 October 1944 – 27 June 2002) was an English bassist, songwriter, singer, and film and music producer.
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Limited run of 500, all hand signed by John Entwistle in return for a case of the finest whiskey. 1981 Whistle Rhymes Lt. Profile Int. Ltd. From the album K 99179 'Too Late The Hero'. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat.
Band Name John Entwistle. Album Name Too Late the Hero. 8. Love Is a Heart Attack. 9. Too Late the Hero.
Too Late the Hero is the fifth solo studio album by English singer-songwriter John Entwistle, bassist for The Who. It was released on ATCO Records in the United States, and WEA in the United Kingdom. This was his only solo album of the 1980s and his last album to chart. The album reached number on the Billboard 200. It was Entwistle's highest charting album since Smash Your Head Against the Wall in 1971 and the highest charting of his solo career. Talk Dirty" was released as a single and also received significant airplay in the US on the album-oriented rock radio, along. I got this reputation for sinister black humour after things like Whistle Rymes, when I was getting up at six in the morning to feed my son, Christopher, and then sitting down at the piano at seven to write songs about peeping Toms and suicide cases. It was released on ATCO Records (his first and last album that was to be released on that label) in the United States, and his own pressing company WEA in the United Kingdom and other releases in different countries. The album was his only solo album of the 1980s and his last album to chart, (although he had tried to release The Rock in 1986) . The album cover was photographed by Gered Mankowitz. The cover depicts Entwistle with an Alembic bass guitar over grainy photos of Entwistle dressed as various heroes.
Smash Your Head Against the Wall is the debut solo album by John Entwistle, the bassist for English rock band the Who. The album was released on Track Records in the UK and Decca Records in the US. Though the first solo album by any member of the Who, the record includes fellow Who member Keith Moon contributing to one track, as well as strong musical influences from the group's work.
Features Song Lyrics for John Entwistle's Too Late the Hero album. Dancing Master Lyrics. 7. Too Late the Hero Lyrics. John Entwistle Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
Album by John Entwistle. Sleeping Man. I'm Coming Back. Dancing Master (Demo). I'm Coming Back (Demo). Love Is A Heart Attack (Demo). Overture (Unreleased Out-Take).
Single by John Entwistle. from the album Too Late the Hero. I'm Coming Back", "Dancing Master". The song is also the title track from his fifth solo album Too Late the Hero (1981), in which Entwistle was joined by Joe Walsh on lead guitar, Billy Nicholls on backing vocals and Joe Vitale behind the drums. The single reached in the United Kingdom and in the United States. It was Entwistle's only single or album to chart in the UK. Contents. 1 Compilation appearances.
|A||Too Late The Hero||3:45|
|B||I'm Coming Back||3:57|
- Made By – WEA Italiana S.p.A.
- Distributed By – WEA Italiana S.p.A.
- Published By – Profile International Ltd.
- Published By – Whistle Rhymes Ltd.
- Written-By – J. Entwistle*
Made and Distributed in Italy by WEA Italiana S.p.A. - Milano
A Warner Communications Company
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): U - 79249 - 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): U - 79249 - 2
- Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
|K 79249||John Entwistle||Too Late The Hero (7", Single)||WEA||K 79249||UK||1981|
|45-2142||John Entwistle||Too Late The Hero (7")||WEA||45-2142||Spain||1981|
|7337||John Entwistle||Too Late The Hero (7", Single)||ATCO Records||7337||US||1981|
|7337||John Entwistle||Too Late The Hero (7", Single, Promo)||ATCO Records||7337||US||1981|
|79249 C||John Entwistle||Too Late The Hero (7", Single, Promo)||WEA||79249 C||Canada||1981|