- Audio CD (21 July 2014)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Commercial Marketing
- ASIN: B00KXK59FI
- Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 82,682 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Going Back Home
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Collaborative studio album by former Dr. Feelgood guitarist Wilko Johnson and The Who lead vocalist Roger Daltrey. Debuting at #3 in the UK Albums Chart the album features the tracks 'Ice On the Motorway', 'Turned 21' and 'Some Kind of Hero'.
Top Customer Reviews
There is a mix of old Dr Feelgood songs, Wilko's own stuff and one Dylan cover in Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window. I think it's a joy from start to finish. They open with Going Back Home which Daltrey delivers (brilliantly) with a Brilleaux-esque growl way down in his throat (Wilko bends a string and that's all she wrote, of course) but it's recognisably his own take on it. Later in a fantastic Keep It Out Of Sight he really goes for the full Daltrey singing an octave above Brilleaux and, as Pete Townshend once memorably said of Love Reign O'er Me, Roger gives it his b*ll*cks. It's just great stuff all the way through.
Wilko is...well, Wilko. Brilliant, distinctive and perhaps slightly more solid and less bonkers than of old, he chops and hits that great beat like a teenager and in my mind he's still staring like a madman and moving around the stage as though he's on casters. Just perfect. The two of them and a very, very good band produce something really good here. Anyone with any interest in this type of music will love this and fans certainly won't be disappointed. This may well be Wilko's swan song and the decision to close the album with All Through The City is inspired.
If this is Wilko's last album it is one he can be proud of. Thanks for this, and for everything, Wilko. Go well.
Just classic belt it out music - two legends having a blast !!!!
Given the fact that these two had never collaborated before, as well as the fact that we all know how lucky we are to still have these guys still with us, this album rates as the highlight of the year.
Don't think. - Buy it. - Set amp to eleven. - Press Play...!
Wilko Johnson's song-writing and guitar playing is superb. Roger Daltrey's vocals are outstanding.
Go and buy this!
If only all music could be like this.
X Factor contestants and brain dead viewers take note!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Johnson & Daltrey together come on you 2 we need more like this c/d great listenPublished 1 month ago by Ponytail