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View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Whistle Rymes on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: New Zealand • Genre: Rock • . If you have the Sundazed CD edition of "Whistle Rymes", hold on to it or seek it out if you're looking to hear this album in digital. Bob Irwin's mastering on that edition is far and away superior to the sonic turd that is the Santcuary version. The original vinyl was a little muddy and quite bassy, with some details getting lost in the mix/5(19). This time out John based the songs more around the piano and not the 'Who-Like' power chords of "Smash". The production shows much more clarity and a much wider scope than the first record. And the writing had grown by leaps & bounds Having said that; "Whistle Rymes" still rocks a bunch, and it's John's best record/5(19).

John Entwistle - Whistle Rymes: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Ten Little Friends: A2: Apron Strings: A3: I Feel Better: A4: Thinkin' It Over: A5: Who Cares? B1: I . Released in , "Whistle Rymes was simply the most cohesive and enjoyable solo album John Entwistle ever released. After making a surprisingly effective debut with Smash Your Head Against the Wall, Who bassist John Entwistle consolidated his solo success with Whistle Rymes. Like its predecessor, this album combines catchy, straightforward, pop-tinged rock with dark, often bitingly sarcastic lyrics; good examples include "Thinking It Over," a witty, waltz-styled tune about a potential suicide having second thoughts while preparing to jump off a building. Whistle Rymes is the second solo studio album by English musician John Entwistle, released on 3 November by Track in the UK and on 4 November by Decca in the US. Jul 27,  · Best Solo John Entwistle Albums. Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by KLM, Jun 28, I have the Smash LP reissue on Earmark and it is awesome! I believe, correct me if I am wrong, it uses the Repertoire mixes. the album is Whistle Rymes. Spell it incorrectly and you miss out on the intended joke czeskleba, Jul Whistle Rymes - second solo album of John Entwistle, bassist The Who. Ten Little Friends Apron Strings I Feel Better Thinkin' It Over Who Cares? I Wonder I Was Just Being Friendly The Window Shopper I Found Out Nightmare (Please Wake Me Up) Bonus Tracks I Wonder (Demo) All Dressed Up (Demo)


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8 thoughts on “ I Found Out - John Entwistle - Whistle Rymes (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Whistle Rymes is the second solo studio album by English musician John Entwistle, released on 3 November by Track in the UK and on 4 November by Decca in the US.
  2. Mar 26,  · I just listened to my US vinyl copies of John Entwistle's first 2 solo LP's (which I love) but they don't sound very good. "Whistle Rymes" maybe sounded a tad bit better, but both sounded very murky with very little detail in the high end. I believe that these are both original pressings, or at the very least, very early pressings.
  3. Whistle Rymes John Entwistle. Released November 4, I Found Out Lyrics. Nightmare Album Credits. Producer John Alcock.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Whistle Rymes on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: New Zealand • Genre: Rock • .
  5. Whistle Rymes, an Album by John Entwistle. Released in on Track (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP).
  6. Jan 15,  · John Alec Entwistle (9 October – 27 June ) was an English singer, songwriter, composer, musician, film and music producer. In a music career that spanned more than 40 years, Entwistle was best known as the original bass guitarist for the English rock band The Who. He was the only member of the band to have formal musical training.
  7. If you have the Sundazed CD edition of "Whistle Rymes", hold on to it or seek it out if you're looking to hear this album in digital. Bob Irwin's mastering on that edition is far and away superior to the sonic turd that is the Santcuary version. The original vinyl was a little muddy and quite bassy, with some details getting lost in the mix/5(19).
  8. After making a surprisingly effective debut with Smash Your Head Against the Wall, Who bassist John Entwistle consolidated his solo success with Whistle Rymes. Like its predecessor, this album combines catchy, straightforward, pop-tinged rock with dark, often bitingly sarcastic lyrics; good examples include "Thinking It Over," a witty, waltz-styled tune about a potential suicide having second thoughts while preparing to jump off a building.

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