Roger, You Went Outside the Marriage for This? Posted by Mr. Moderator Mar 172014 Perhaps you’re familiar with this album cover. Go ahead, click the link. Or this one. I want you to see this in as close to full size as possible. Pages: 1 2 3 4 9 Responses to “Roger, You Went Outside the Marriage for This?” misterioso says: 03/17/2014 at 10:25 pm God, it’s been years since I thought about, much less listened to, Daltrey’s solo records. Awful, best as I can recall. I can only think he was trying to shame Pete into writing him better songs. It doesn’t seem to have worked. 0 High Five sammymaudlin says: 03/18/2014 at 12:07 am If I could design just one piece of album art that is 1/10th as inspired and brilliant as Ride A Rock Horse, my mission in this realm would be complete. I would assuredly advance to the next level of hyper-existence. Woulda been better with brown horse pubes that matched Daltry’s doo though. 3 High Five andyr says: 03/18/2014 at 8:33 am First off, it should be noted that the most important thing that Stuart ever did was hook us up w/ Townsman Sethro! I forgot how funny the “Free Me” video was. I liked the song when it came out but the video always made us crack up especially the “can’t you hear me say, can’t you hear me say….” part. 1 High Five diskojoe says: 03/18/2014 at 10:05 am Looking at that Russ Ballard Wiki, although there’s a bit of cheese, there’s also some good stuff there, like “New York Groove”, “I Don’t Believe In Miracles” & “Hold Your Head Up”. It’s funny to know that there’s actually a connection between the Zombies & Kiss through him. Also, I bet he does “the check dance” when the royalty checks come in every month unlike us. As for solo Daltrey, wasn’t it also the time when all of the Who’s members put out solo albums, even Moonie, whose solo album would probably make Ride a Rock Horse sound like the Who Sell Out. I think that Pete was in one of his crisis situations re: the Who at that time & didn’t want to tour. As for that cover itself, I don’t know if it was that out of place at that time. It was the pre-punk 70s, after all, when Yes album covers were all the rage. I could see that image being spray-painted on vans across the country. 1 High Five funoka says: 03/18/2014 at 5:08 pm So true. I even bought Entwistle solo albums (Whistle Rymes, Mad Dog) but never touched a Daltrey solo record. I do recall this single Daltrey released – “Walking In My Sleep” http://youtu.be/52nvO0QlKC0 I think it was derailed as a single by the more popular “Talking in Your Sleep” by the Romantics that came out nearly the exact same time. I don’t think you could have two “sleep” songs on the radio during the same period. 0 High Five 2000 Man says: 03/19/2014 at 6:08 pm Russ Ballard? I remember that Voices song. I was in a friend’s wedding years ago, and I was partnered with his sister, who lived in Houston and was a little younger than us. Voices came on the radio and she cranked it up while we were going to get our pictures taken. It was weird, but not as weird as 2:10 in this video: http://youtu.be/ftcyFZxnTro 0 High Five Mr. Moderator says: 03/20/2014 at 6:51 am I don’t recall that song for the life of me! 0 High Five hrrundivbakshi says: 03/21/2014 at 3:19 pm I am the proud owner of a genuine collector’s item, found in a thrift store for 50 cents: the McVicar “making of” interview LP (cheekily titled “McVicar For the Record”). I should rip it and post it here for our collective amusement. I believe there are Who nerds who pay upwards of $30 for the thing. 0 High Five Mr. Moderator says: 03/21/2014 at 4:26 pm PLEASE RIP AND POST THAT BAD BOY! 0 High Five Leave a ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.