9 thoughts on You And Me - Roger Daltrey - Daltrey (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Vudoshura   Gardarn
    Roger Daltrey's first solo effort, "Daltrey", features eight songs written by Leo Sayer and David Courtney, and another two by Adam Faith and David Courtney, and one "bonus" track ("There Is Love"). This is an introspective album revolving around joint themes of loneliness and alienation/5(21).
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  2. Nigami   Mazubar
    May 28,  · Arriving as Daltrey’s first solo LP in 26 years, following up ’s Rocks In The Head, As Long As I Have You is an album of covers featuring Townshend’s guitar work on 7 tracks, plus special guests Mick Talbot on keyboards (Dexys Midnight Runners, The Style Council), and producer/musician Sean Genockey on lead guitar.
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  3. Moogutaxe   Voodookasa
    Buy vinyl record Roger Daltrey - Daltrey (LP, Album, Gat) from PetesMusic UK Vinyl Records Store Roger Daltrey - Daltrey (LP, Album, Gat) (P) Made In Gt. Britain. Sleeve printed in Germany. Barcode and Other Identifiers. Matrix / Runout (Side 1 - stamped) A//1 11 1 0.
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  4. Tojacage   JoJogrel
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Gold - Roger Daltrey on AllMusic - - In , Sanctuary Records released a double-CD.
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  5. Kakinos   Tam
    ROGER DALTREY Daltrey ( UK second issue track vinyl LP on the black & silver Track label, the first solo album from the Who lead singer, with all songs but one co-written by a then unknown Leo Sayer, including the singles Giving It All Awa y & Thinking. Housed in a laminated gatefold picture sleeve.
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  6. Migore   Tunos
    The album is a mixture of self-penned tracks such as 'Certified Rose' and the soulful ballad ‘Always Heading Home’ along with songs that have inspired Daltrey over the years including Nick Cave’s ‘Into My Arms’, ‘You Haven’t Done Nothing’ by Stevie Wonder, Stephen Stills’ ‘How Far’ and the title track originally recorded.
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  7. Sajin   Mikashicage
    2 days ago · Back in , Daltrey sat down with Uncut Magazine to discuss his favourite 20 songs by his band so we are sifting through five of these and look at why these track’s mean so much to him. The first song that Daltrey brings up is ’s ‘I Can’t Explain’ which is a quintessential ’60s track which was the perfect way to announce themselves as The Who.
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