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Roger Daltrey

Roger Daltrey

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Roger Daltrey (2011)

Interview by Adam Sweeting, Rock's Backpages audio, 22 June 2011

The Who frontman on touring Tommy as a solo artist; on Cousin Kevin, Uncle Ernie and paedophilia; on Prince Charles; on CSI using Who songs as title music, appearing in that show, and his acting career in general. He then, at great length, airs his frequently reactionary political opinions.

File format: mp3; file size: 64.5mb, interview length: 1h 07' 09" sound quality: *****

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Roger Daltrey: Who Does What In The Who

Interview by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, 14 April 1973

WHAT'S HAPPENED to the Who? Pete SHOULD be writing and recording for the Who. John Entwistle SHOULD be concentrating on the Who's future, but he's ...

Roger Daltrey: A Who Sings His Heart Out in the Country

Profile and Interview by Andrew Bailey, Rolling Stone, 26 April 1973

The frontman discusses his solo record. ...

John Entwistle: Rigor Mortis Sets In (MCA-321); Roger Daltrey: Daltrey (MCA-328)

Review by Gary Lucas, Zoo World, 17 August 1973

TWO INTERESTING corollaries to the albums under discussion are the interviews with Daltrey and Entwistle that appear in the appendix of Gary Herman's otherwise boring ...

The Who: Triumph And A Threat

Interview by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, 6 October 1973


Roger Daltrey: What the Who's Been Doing

Interview by Barbara Charone, Rolling Stone, 11 September 1975

LONDON – "I don't think Tommy held the band back – it's just that nobody wanted to listen to what [else] we were doing. Who's ...

Who's Still Angry? Roger Daltrey Is

Interview by Mick Brown, Rolling Stone, 2 June 1977

LONDON — "If I wanted to get anything out of this business," Roger Daltrey says, "it was never to have to go back and work ...

Roger Daltrey: One of the Boys

Review by Ira Robbins, Crawdaddy!, August 1977

DALTREY'S FOUR-YEAR solo career, apart from his personal excess/success as a matinee film idol, has certainly left much to be desired by anyone with more ...

Roger Daltrey: Who's One Of The Boys?

Review and Interview by Don Snowden, Rock Around The World, September 1977

THE FACT that 1977 has witnessed the reformation of a number of bands that enjoyed their heyday during the mid-'60's – Small Faces, Animals, Booker ...

The Who's Breakup Shatters Roger Daltrey's Illusions About the Power of Rock & Roll

Interview by Mick Brown, Rolling Stone, 24 May 1984

LONDON — WITH the release of Parting Should Be Painless, his first solo album since the demise of the Who, Roger Daltrey is clearly a ...

Roger Daltrey: Who Am I?

Report and Interview by Chris Welch, Creem, March 1986

TWO YEARS AFTER the final agonizing bust-up of the Who Roger Daltrey can no longer stand premature rock burial. Daltrey never wanted the group to ...

Artful Roger

Report and Interview by Bob Ruggiero, Houston Press, 30 July 1998

IF BEETHOVEN and Mozart were the pop superstars of their day, and the melodies of Lennon and McCartney are destined to survive for centuries, then ...

The Who: Shepherds Bush Empire, London

Live Review by Chris Roberts, Uncut, March 2000

WELL, YOU can't accuse them of being pompous, of inflating their legend. The Who shuffle distractedly onstage as if they're playing a mate's house party, ...

Chronicles: Roger Daltrey

Interview by Charles Bermant,, 11 September 2009

ONE OF THE privileges of my generation is the opportunity to watch the once-mighty play small clubs, but seeing someone of Roger Daltrey's stature didn't ...

Roger Daltrey: Nokia Theatre, NYC

Live Review by Kris DiLorenzo, Rock's Backpages, 25 January 2010

FIRST OFF: this is one of the most horribly run and uncomfortable venues I've ever visited. You couldn't pay me to go back there. And ...

Roger Daltrey: Thanks A Lot, Mr. Kibblewhite – My Story

Book Review by Chris Charlesworth, Just Backdated, November 2018

AMONGST THEIR many virtues, the Who were disgustingly honest. Jagger only told you what he wanted to tell you, Led Zep were taciturn, Floyd aloof ...

Roger Daltrey: Thanks a Lot Mr Kibblewhite – My Story

Book Review by Stephen Dalton, The Times, 10 November 2018

The recollections of the most sober member of the Who are distinctly hazy, Stephen Dalton finds. ...

see also Gilbert O'Sullivan

see also Who, The


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