Rough Boys - Pete Townshend - Empty Glass (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Malakora
    " Rough Boys " is a song written and performed by the English musician Pete Townshend, released as the first single from his album Empty Glass. Known for its homoerotic lyrics, the song was a minor chart hit in both the United Kingdom and the United choibulsicimitercilekagilaha.co: Rock.
  2. Nemi
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Empty Glass on Discogs. Label: - • Format: Cassette Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Saudi Arabia • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Classic Rock Rough Boys: A2: I Am An Animal: A3: And I Moved: A4: Let My Love Open The Door: A5: Pete Townshend.
  3. Mekora
    Townshend and Lane contributed their own individual songs, and co-wrote the title track for the LP, eventually known as Rough Mix, the professional term for a preliminary, incomplete version of an audio recording. The album contained one cover, “Till the Rivers All Run Dry,” which had recently been a #1 American country music hit by Don.
  4. Mooguzragore
    Label: ATCO Records - K • Format: Cassette Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock Pete Townshend - Empty Glass (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore.
  5. Malalkree
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  6. Nakora
    John from Hendersonville, Nc Pete Townshend is not gay and he is not bi. He was married and now has a girlfriend. The song isn't even about homosexuality and anyone who actually owns the Empty Glass album and has read the jacket would know that.
  7. Zugul
    Though it runs out of steam toward the end, Empty Glass remains one of the highlights of Townshend's catalog and is one of the most revealing records he cut, next to his other breakdown album.
  8. Zulkihn
    The rhythm section on this album (Tony Butler on bass, Mark Brzezicki on drums) went on to become the rhythm section of band Big Country, but the best moments of "Empty Glass" are worlds more sophisticated and powerful than anything Big Country or the later-day Who could hope to achieve/5().
  9. Migul
    Townshend started writing and recording these songs following Keith Moon's death in , and many--Roger Daltrey included--have suggested that Empty Glass could just as easily have been another Who album. (It certainly would have been a stronger one than 's Face Dances).

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