The John Entwistle Band - Left For Live (CD, Album)
Label: Eastworld Recordings - EWO014CD • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock
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Essentially compiled to confound bootleggers by a clearly spoiled-for-choice John Entwistle, Odds And Sods is a surprising highlight of the Who’s all too slight seventies output, and a release only deemed more essential by a CD-age doubling of its contents. 9. Live At Leeds () The Who were always a very different band in the live arena.
Apr 10, · Question about John Entwistle's Left For Live CD. Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Jack Son #9 Dream, Apr 2, I also had the privilege to see The John Entwistle Band play a local gig just months before he checked out. The sound was so bloody loud, but I had a great time anyway. My favorite Entwistle albums in order are.
After Entwistle toured with the Who for Quadrophenia in –97, the John Entwistle Band set off on the "Left for Dead – the Sequel" tour in late , now with Gordon Cotten on keyboards. After this second venture, the band released an album of highlights from the tour, titled Left for Live and a studio album Music from Van-Pires in
John Entwistle - Too Late The Hero music CD album at CD Universe, Repetoire reissue of The Who bassist's solo albumfeaturing drummer Joe Vitale & the signature. Long Live Rock, Be It Dead or Alive The Whos John Entwistle always struck me as the sane one of the group, quiet and reserved. The band's previous album Sleepwalker.
This live song double-disc chronicles the final incarnation of the John Entwistle Band on its typically bannered Left for Dead--The Sequel Tour of /5(27).
JOHN ENTWISTLE Vinyl Records and CDs John Entwistle got his nickname, "The Ox," for the complicated basslines he pulled off to compensate for the Who's lack of a rhythm guitarist. Author of some of rock's most recognizable licks (think of the thunderous intro to "I Can See for Miles"), Entwistle was one of the first bass players to step out of.
AllMusic Review by Mark Morgenstein John Entwistle may be the most esteemed bass guitarist in rock & roll -- and he's a proven songwriter, too. But while Entwistle 's thundering basslines and seminal synthesizer work helped make the Who the godfathers of arena rock, Left for Live is a sorry imitation. Most of the album is just generic bluster.
Left for Live is a live album by John Entwistle, who was the bassist for The Who. In , Entwistle put together a backing unit with producer Steve Luongo that he christened as simply 'The John Entwistle Band'. The outfit also featured guitarist Godfrey Townsend and keyboardist Gordon Cotten with harmony vocals performed by all the members.