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Townshend, Pete - Never To Return

  • Performer: Townshend, Pete
  • Title: Never To Return
  • Genre: Other
  • Record source: 2 × Vinyl, Unofficial Release
  • Label: Rock Records
  • Cat#: RR-5-PT
  • MP3 album: 1036 mb
  • FLAC album: 2365 mb
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Townshend, Pete - Never To Return

Notes

Live At Midem, Cannes, January 29-30, 1986


Album

Compare with At Least LP No Label Info. Pete Townshend started experimenting with a recording career outside the Who in the early '70s, but it would take him until 1980 to produce the album he'd later call his official solo debut. Titled Empty Glass , the record arrived during a tumultuous time for Townshend and his comrades in the Who. Still reeling from the death of drummer Keith. The Best of Pete Townshend: Coolwalkingsmoothtalkingstraightsmokingfirestoking. return to top of page. Look this artist up at: MySpace , . Pete Townshend. The Official site for Pete Townshend, guitarist and songwriter for The Who. Accept no Townshend has met the enemy and recognized the bleary eyes staring back at him across the chasm of the last two decades as his own. With the Who typically adrift in the wake of their awkward 1981 album, Face Dances, Townshend moved out on his family wife Karen and daughters Emma, 13, and Minta, 11 and plunged into Londons heady new nightlife. He made the scene with the New Romantic kids at a Club for Heroes. Anthology is a 2005 double compilation album of Pete Townshend's solo career. The album was originally released in Europe by SPVRevisited Records on 10 October 2005. The US release by Hip-O Records were released on 15 November 2005 as part of the Gold album series, with alternate cover and reduced pricing but identical content. English Boy. Secondhand Love. A Little Is Enough. Heart To Hang Onto. Sheraton Gibson. Songs in album Pete Townshend - White City 1985. Pete Townshend - Give Blood. Pete Townshend - Brilliant Blues. Pete Townshend - Face The Face. Pete Townshend - Hiding Out. Pete Townshend - Secondhand Love. Pete Townshend - Crashing By Design. Pete Townshend - I Am Secure. Pete Townshend - White City Fighting. Pete Townshend's demos had grown legendary among Who collectors well before the official release of the double-album Scoop in 1983. On each demo, Townshend worked out full arrangements, which the Who would often follow exactly. He also recorded a wealth of songs and instrumental pieces that never made it to record



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