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The Alternate Ox
Unofficial supplement to the official site. News and information on John and his band. Tour dates, chat transcript, album information.
John Entwistle's Peter Cook Custom Fender Bass
Picture and description.
John at the Ballard Firehouse
Personal account and pictures of August 1, 1998 John Entwistle Band concert at the Ballard Firehouse in Seattle.
The Ox
Official site. Lyrics, news, photos, journals, and e-mail links to John and his management.
Steve Luongo
Bass Frontiers interview with John Entwistle's drummer.
John Entwistle
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The John Entwistle Gallery
Serigraphs of Entwistle artwork available for purchase.
Amazon offers Whistle Rymes (Audio CD),22 April, 1997
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Entwistle s' Masterpiece.. / 5
Quite simply: this is the best collection of songs John Entwistle ever produced. The playing is excelent, particularly Peter Frampton s' solos on "Apron Strings" and "Mr Bones". John s' vocals are in top form. And all the songs are good and interesting. Some of the songs you just wonder, why were never recorded by the Who. In 1972 The Who entered the studio and recorded 22 songs for a follow up album to Who s' Next. Only some of the songs appeared later in singles or in Quadrophenia. It is a shame the Who never recorded or played any of this songs particularly "Who Cares", "Apron Strings" or "Nightmares".
Beware: the cd version of this album differs in the mix. I prefer the old LP mixes, since sometimes features Frampton s' guitar more clearly.

Song "Love Doesn’t Last"

Two names on a screwed up piece of paper
Two smiles on a photograph, two souls living as one,
So easy to tear apart

There's no fool like a young fool
Ain't no school can teach you that cool
Ain't no love like your first love
It's gets you here in your heart

I never thought it could end like this
With my back against the wall, so tall
Make me wish that the first kiss never happened at all
You knew from the start, right here in your heart
That love doesn't last right here in your heart

Forever after is a long long time,
But the happy ones are blind to the kind of deal they sign
When your life is on the line
Now the words have all been said and the tears have all been shed
And the lawyers fly in lazy circles up above your head

But you still got your heart, they can't take you heart
You knew from the start, that love doesn't last
Right here in your heart…. Come on and lose it again….
There's no fool like a young fool
Ain't no school can teach you that kind of cool
Ain't no love like your first love
It's gets you here in your heart

You should have listen, to your heart
You should have listen, to your heart

The John Entwistle Collection -- Auction - PopMatters Concert Review
The John Entwistle Collection -- Auction review by Adam Williams.
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John Entwistle Whistle Rhymes CD
John Entwistle Whistle Rhymes music reviews, songs, official album cover art, track listings, sound samples, theme, tour info and so much more. ...
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The Who's Who? (The Fresno Bee)
W ho? Of all the questions Pete Townshend gets, that's probably not one of them.
Old rockers highlight benefit scramble/jam (The News-Press)
They were hot in the 1970s and 1980s.
Music DVD Review: The Who - The Vegas Job (
On October 29th, 1999, The Who headlined an extraordinary concert event at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, which featured several other huge acts including Tony Bennett, Natalie Cole, KISS, Faith Hill, and The Dixie Chicks. This now infamous event was the brainchild of a new Internet technology company, Pixelon , who reportedly paid 16-million dollars renting out the entire MGM Grand to ...
Love reigns o'er them (Reno Gazette-Journal)
Could it be? A Who that gets along? That seems to be the case as guitarist-songwriter Pete Townshend and vocalist Roger Daltrey prepare to make another trek to America as part of their latest revitalization. It's on the wings of a new Who CD, "Endless Wire," that links past to present and has much of the old Who fire -- along with some new twists.
Let Dad rest in peace (Chicago Sun-Times)
Dear Fixer: First of all, a long-overdue thanks for a column you wrote several years ago to commemorate the passing of John Entwistle, the legendary bass player for The Who. As a lifelong fan of this great band, I clipped it out and read it literally dozens of times over the years.
The Who sees live music as the future of rock (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Call them old fashioned, but the founding members of The Who don't think the Internet is the future of rock, are unhappy about radio's narrow musical focus, and convinced live music is what it is all about.
Seminole resort again facing glare of spotlight (The Palm Beach Post)
After shining last week during pre-Super Bowl celebrations, the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is now under the kind of microscope that typically has made its owners uncomfortable.
Some bassists have the stuff to really stand out (Houston Chronicle)
Patrick Stump, true to his name, looks more like a schlubby video-game enthusiast than a rock star. He's the singer and guitarist in Fall Out Boy, the post-punk/pop band whose Infinity on High starts flying off shelves (or iShelves) Tuesday. So why doesn't anybody fuss over Stump?
Seems cemetery policy not necessarily carved in stone after all (Post-Tribune)
Dear Fixer: Last November, I spent $8,000 on Pella windows. Their rep charged us a $42 fee for taking out and reinstalling our awning, even though the awning did not need to be removed.
Taylor Woodrow to bring classic rockers onstage in NFM; Artists raise $ for l...
North Fort Myers will be the epicenter for good music, good times and a whole lot of fund-raising March 23 and 24th as Taylor Woodrow celebrates its newest luxury golf and country club community, Magnolia Landing, located North of the Shell Factory on Tamiami Trail.

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