9 thoughts on “ Fallen Angel - John Entwistle - Too Late The Hero (CD, Album) ”

  1. Too late the hero has always been a favorite of mine among John's cannon of music. The album has it's fair share of classic John Entwistle humourous lyrics and topics. I consider it one of John's best solo ventures. I am also a big fan of Mr Joe Walsh and Joe's playing is all over the album/5(20).
  2. John Entwistle 's solo career has never been particularly outstanding in terms of songwriting quality. His complicated, yet rhythmic bass playing has always shone through, however. This is also the case with Too Late the Hero. Lyrically, the album is weak, to say the least.3/
  3. Nov 19,  · this is a very nice japan edition of this 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 was decent, anyway this is the original japan copy of this lp with a nice red obi strip /5().
  4. Jan 25,  · three nice songs: Sleepin' man ; fallen angel ; too late the hero. the rest are forgetttable fillers, suffering from the 80's syndrome. Surely, Joe Walsh and Joe Vitale help a lot. Face dances could have been a heel of an album if 4 of John's song jumped from here to there/5(8).
  5. Too Late the Hero is the fifth solo studio album by English musician John Entwistle, released on 23 November by ATCO Records in the US, and by WEA in the UK. This was his only solo album of the s and his last album to chart.
  6. Original USA Album Track Listing Side One: Try Me, Talk Dirty, Lovebird, Sleeping Man, I'm Coming Back. Side Two: Dancing Master, Fallen Angel, Love Is A Heart Attack, Too Late The Hero. Lyrics. The Rock Released on Whistle Rymes LTD WR (USA) CD. Released in Cover design by John Entwistle.
  7. Favorite tracks are "Try me" which starts off the album in stellar fashion, "Sleeping Man", "Fallen Angel", and the epic "Too late the hero" title track. This song should have been a hit back in the day. Probably Entwistle's best chance at a commercial solo hit/5(2).
  8. May 18,  · 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 (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.

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