Too Late the Hero may refer to:
Too Late the Hero is a 1970 Anglo-American war film directed by Robert Aldrich, and starring Michael Caine, Henry Fonda, Cliff Robertson, Ken Takakura, Denholm Elliott, Ian Bannen, Lance Percival, Ronald Fraser, Harry Andrews and Percy Herbert.
Too Late the Hero is the fifth solo studio album by English singer-songwriter John Entwistle, bassist for The Who. It was released on ATCO Records in the United States, and WEA in the United Kingdom. This was his only solo album of the 1980s and his last album to chart.
"Too Late the Hero" is a single by John Entwistle, bassist for The Who.
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John Alec Entwistle was an English bass guitarist, singer, songwriter, and film and music producer. In a music career that spanned more than 40 years, Entwistle was best known as the original bass guitarist for the English rock band The Who. He was the only member of the band to have formal musical training. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Who in 1990.
A Quick One is the second studio album by the English rock band The Who, released on 9 December 1966. The album was also released under the title Happy Jack on Decca Records in April 1967 in the United States, with a slightly altered track listing, where the song "Happy Jack" was a top 40 hit.
The Who by Numbers is the seventh studio album by English rock band the Who, released on 3 October 1975 in the United Kingdom through Polydor Records, and on 25 October 1975 in the United States by MCA Records. It was named the tenth-best album of the year in The Village Voice Pazz & Jop critics poll.
Who Are You is the eighth studio album by English rock band the Who, released on 18 August 1978 by Polydor Records in the United Kingdom and MCA Records in the United States. The album received mixed reviews from critics, though it was a commercial success, peaking at number 2 on the US charts and number 6 on the UK charts.
Face Dances is the ninth studio album by the English rock band The Who. It was released in 1981 on Warner Bros. Records in the United States and on Polydor Records in the United Kingdom. It was one of two Who studio albums with drummer Kenney Jones, who joined the band after Keith Moon's death three years earlier.
Odds & Sods is an album that consists of studio outtakes and rarities by British rock band The Who released by Track Records in the UK and Track/MCA in the US in 1974.
Dancing master may refer to:
Whistle Rymes is the second solo album by John Entwistle, bassist for British rock band The Who.
Mad Dog is the fourth solo studio album by John Entwistle, and his last for six years, who was the bassist for The Who. and the debut album by John Entwistle's Ox.
The Rock is the sixth solo studio album by the English musician John Entwistle of the Who. It was Entwistle's first album since Too Late the Hero in 1981, and his first solo album to be issued by Griffin Music.
The Kids Are Alright is a soundtrack album by the British rock band The Who, as a companion to the band's documentary film of the same name.
Music from Van-Pires is a debut studio album recorded by the John Entwistle Band and is Entwistle's final solo album before his death in 2002. It was a soundtrack for the Sci-Fi Award-winning UPN animated children's computer-generated television series Van Pires, which only aired between 1997 and 1998, shooting 13 episodes, which Entwistle had been involved with. The album was not officially released as a collection. Some of the tracks appear on his solo compilation album So Who's the Bass Player? The Ox Anthology, despite this. Notably, this album was not re-released alongside Entwistle's other solo studio albums in 2005.
So Who's the Bass Player? The Ox Anthology is a two-CD collection of the work of the late bassist for The Who, John Entwistle. It features rare recordings, spanning from the mid-1960s until his death in 2002. Included are songs written by Entwistle which were not included in some Who recordings, as well as songs which were rejected by the band originally.
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"Trick of the Light" is a song written by bassist John Entwistle for The Who's eighth studio album, Who Are You. It was released as the second single from the album, atypically with another Entwistle song, "905" on the B-side, but did not chart.
"Talk Dirty" is a song by English musician John Entwistle, the former bassist for The Who. It was released in September 1981 as a single from his fifth solo studio album, Too Late the Hero (1981), on which he is also joined by Lead Guitarist Joe Walsh. He also joined by drummer Joe Vitale, who had a career dating back to the early 1970s.
"Left for Live" is a live album by John Entwistle, who was the bassist for The Who.
Thunderfingers: The Best of John Entwistle is a compilation album by John Entwistle, who was the bassist for The Who. The album was released in 1996 by Rhino Records John Entwistle's debut and final record to be released by that company.