Top John Entwistle Albums
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Left for Live - Deluxe
Left for Live - Deluxe
[2002]
Country Hurricane lyricsRoller Skate Kate lyricsMade In Japan lyricsCell Number Seven lyricsPeg Leg Peggy lyricsShakin' All Over lyricsRebel Without A Car lyricsSleeping Man lyricsSometimes lyricsPick Me Up lyricsYoung Man Blues lyricsNo. 29 lyricsNightmare lyricsMy Wife lyricsMy Size lyricsMr. Bass Man lyricsMad Dog lyricsLucille lyricsLovebird lyricsStranger In A Strange Land lyricsSuccess Story lyricsYou're Mine lyricsYou Can Be So Mean lyricsWhen You See The Light lyricsWhen The Sun Comes Up lyricsWhat Are We Doing Here lyricsUnder A Raging Moon lyricsTry Me lyricsToo Much Too Soon lyricsToo Late The Hero lyricsThinkin It Over lyricsThe Window Shopper lyricsThe Real Me lyricsTen Little Friends lyricsTed End lyricsTalk Dirty lyricsSuzie lyricsLove Is A Heart Attack lyricsLove Doesn't Last lyricsGood & Evil lyricsGimme That Rock N' Roll lyricsFallen Angel lyricsFace The Fear lyricsEndless Vacation lyricsDrowning lyricsDon't Be A Sucker lyricsDo The Dangle lyricsDarker Side Of Night lyricsDancing Master lyricsBridges Under The Water lyricsBogey Man lyricsBilly lyricsBig Black Cadillac lyricsBack On The Road lyricsApron Strings lyricsHad Enough lyricsHeartache lyricsLife After Love lyricsLeft For Dead lyricsLast Song lyricsLady Killer lyricsI'm So Scared lyricsI'm Coming Back lyricsI'll Try Again Today lyricsI Wonder lyricsI Was Just Being Friendly lyricsI Found Out lyricsI Feel Better lyricsI Fall To Pieces lyricsI Believe In Everything lyricsHurricane lyricsHound Dog lyricsHeaven And Hell lyrics5.905 lyrics
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Related Information for John EntwistleJohn Alec Entwistle was born in Chiswick, a London suburb, in 1944. In the early 1960s, he played in several traditional jazz and dixieland outfits with schoolmate Pete Townshend, and later joined Roger Daltrey’s band the Detours. This band later became The Who.He was nicknamed “The Ox” because of his amazing consitution (e.g. drinking). Bill Wyman described him as “the quietest man in private but the loudest man on stage. read more