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John Entwistle - Too Late The Hero FLAC album


Performer: John Entwistle
Genre: Rock
Title: Too Late The Hero
Country: US
Released: 1981
FLAC version ZIP size: 1752 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1822 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1384 mb
Rating: 4.2
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The Rock is the sixth solo studio album by the English musician John Entwistle of the Who. It was Entwistle's first album since Too Late the Hero in 1981, and his first solo album to be issued by Griffin Music. The album was recorded over a period of eighteen months between 1985 and 1986 at Hammerhead Studios in Gloucestershire. It was originally planned for release by WEA in 1986 but it was not officially released until ten years later.

Redirected from Lovebird (John Entwistle song)). 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.

Band Name John Entwistle. Album Name Too Late the Hero. Erscheinungsdatum 1981. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1. 8. Love Is a Heart Attack. 9. Too Late the Hero. 99 €78,00 €49,78 £317.

TooLatetheHero is the fifth solo album by John Entwistle, bassist for The Who. Entwistle is joined by guitarist Joe Walsh and drummer JoeVitale on all tracks. Walsh and Vitale produced the album. Released at the height of the popularity of the NewWave music movement, the album was poorly received and Entwistle returned to The Who for their last studio output for 24 years, " It ' s Hard ", and their " Farewell Tour. All songs written by John Entwistle, except where noted.

Too Late the Hero" (song), a 1981 song by John Entwistle from the album of the same name. com/Too Late the Hero.

John Alec Entwistle (9 October 1944 - 27 June 2002) was an English bassist, songwriter, singer, and film and music producer. In a music career that spanned more than 40 years, Entwistle was best known as the original bass guitarist for the English rock band The Who. He was the only member of the band to have formal musical training. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Who in 1990.

John Entwistle of The Who. Ebet Roberts/Redferns. John Entwistle’s got a problem when it comes to interviews, which, naturally, are granted to promote albums. When you get to the stage where you hate the album before it’s actually out, said the tall Who bassist, you can’t really talk about it in glowing terms. The Who album is a different story. We recorded it in a studio where the playback wasn’t too good, he said, sitting forward. We never got inspired by what we were recording, but we figured it must be on the tape – it wasn’t. Too Late the Hero was recorded over the past couple of years, during those infrequent months when both Entwistle and longtime friend Walsh were free (Walsh’s James Gang toured extensively with the Who in the early Seventies, and the two men planned to collaborate for years). It’s Entwistle’s first solo album in six years.

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A1 Try Me
Backing Vocals – Billy NichollsBass, Synthesizer, Vocals – John EntwistleDrums – Joe VitaleGuitar – Joe Walsh
3:52
A2 Talk Dirty
Bass, Bass [8-String], Synthesizer, Vocals – John EntwistleDrums – Joe VitaleGuitar – Joe Walsh
4:05
A3 Lovebird
Backing Vocals – Billy NichollsBass, Bass [8-String], Synthesizer, Vocals – John EntwistleDrums, Piano – Joe VitaleGuitar, Acoustic Guitar, Piano – Joe Walsh
4:51
A4 Sleepin' Man
Backing Vocals – Billy NichollsBass, Bass [8-String], Vocals – John EntwistleDrums, Piano – Joe VitaleGuitar – Joe Walsh
3:54
A5 I'm Coming Back
Backing Vocals – Billy NichollsBass, Bass [8-String], Vocals – John EntwistleDrums – Joe VitaleGuitar – Joe Walsh
3:57
B1 Dancin' Master
Backing Vocals – Billy NichollsBass, Bass [8-String], Vocals – John EntwistleDrums, Clavinet, Timpani [Timps], Percussion, Other [Metrognome] – Joe VitaleGuitar – Joe Walsh
4:22
B2 Fallen Angel
Bass, Bass [8-String], Piano, Vocals – John EntwistleDrums – Joe VitaleGuitar – Joe Walsh
4:38
B3 Love Is A Heart Attack
Bass, Bass [8-String], Piano, Vocals – John EntwistleDrums – Joe VitaleGuitar, Cabasa, Other [Waste Bin] – Joe Walsh
5:10
B4 Too Late The Hero
Backing Vocals – Billy NichollsBass, Synthesizer, Vocals – John EntwistleDrums, Piano, Flute – Joe VitaleGuitar, Synthesizer, Tambourine, Timpani [Timps] – Joe Walsh
7:25

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Warner-Pioneer Corporation

Credits

  • Engineer – Cy Langston
  • Engineer [Assistant, London] – Neil Hornby
  • Engineer [Assistant, Los Angeles] – Jeff Eccles, Jim Hill
  • Mastered By – Mike Reese
  • Photography By [Front Cover] – Gered Mankowitz
  • Producer – Cy Langston
  • Written-By, Producer, Concept By [Sleeve], Photography By [Back Sleeve Cut-Out And Photos] – John Entwistle

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SD 38-142 John Entwistle Too Late The Hero ‎(LP, Album, SP) Atco Records SD 38-142 US 1981
CS 38-142 John Entwistle Too Late The Hero ‎(Cass, Album) Atco Records CS 38-142 US 1981
WEA K 99179, WEA 99179 John Entwistle Too Late The Hero ‎(LP, Album) WEA, WEA WEA K 99179, WEA 99179 Scandinavia 1981
K 99179 - 99179 John Entwistle Too Late The Hero ‎(LP, Album) WEA K 99179 - 99179 Italy Unknown
K 99179 John Entwistle Too Late The Hero ‎(LP, Album) WEA K 99179 Ireland 1981

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this is a very nice japan edition of this 1981 solo album by the ox, actually the ox i feel made the best solo albums of all 4 original who members, smash your head (70) and whistle rhymes (72) as well as rigor mortis (73) where killer hard rock records, the ox in 75 was ok and this to late the hero in 1981 was decent, anyway this is the original japan copy of this lp with a nice red obi strip and a lyric inner with lyrics in both japanese and english, still this was a great record not my favorite but very good......THIS WAS THE ONLY JAPAN PRESSING THIS EVER GOT