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Simon Townshend - Looking Out Looking In flac album

Simon Townshend - Looking Out Looking In flac album
Looking Out Looking In
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Album: Looking Out Looking In out on Eagle Rock Nov 6 2012). Bonus tracks include "She Asked Me" with Simon and Ed on vocals, and "I'm The Answer" with lead vocal by Ed. DENIAL: remastered at Abbey Road, and completely remixed with bonus tracks. Liner notes from brother Pete Townshend. Out in the UK NOW on Stir Records. Management, Bookings & Press. Lisa Climie Management Tel: +44 (0)68.

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Real Good Looking Boy" is a song written by the guitarist of the British rock band The Who, Pete Townshend. It was originally released in 2004 on the compilation album Then and Now, and was one of two new songs on that album, the other being "Old Red Wine". Together, they were the first new songs released by the Who for 15 years. Real Good Looking Boy" was later performed in the 2007 rock musical The Boy Who Heard Music. 13 tracks.

In 1989 Simon Townshend also appeared on Pete Townshend's fifth solo album The Iron Man: The Musical by Pete Townshend, singing on the short song "Man Machines" and an alternative version of "Dig". In 1994 he toured with The Who's lead vocalist Roger Daltrey on the Daltrey Sings Townshend tour. Townshend performing live with The Who at Manchester Arena in 2014. In 1996, after starting his own record label and production company, Stir Music, Simon Townshend released several other albums including studio and live performances.