Roger Moonlighting Anthology



L. Bird pkeets at hotmail.com
Tue Jan 11 19:31:51 CST 2005


Here's an announcement of Roger's Moonlighting anthology.  Notice it 
mentions a new track recorded in 2004.  The last track that Roger 
wrote/recorded was for Witchblade.  I wonder if he's sold this one 
somewhere, too.  Hmmm.

Check the link for cover art.


http://www.getreadytorock.com/index4.htm

ROGER DALTREY ANTHOLOGY IN JANUARY

Roger Daltrey's forthcoming 2-CD album anthology "Moonlighting" which is set 
to be released by Sanctuary Records on 31st January, 2005, will now include 
a brand new track.

Recorded in Los Angeles during Autumn 2004, the new track "One Second Out" 
will join the best of Daltrey's classic solo work, including classic ballads 
such as "Giving It All Away" to Brecht's "Mack the Knife". In addition, the 
anthology will also include numerous unreleased tracks.

For over 30 years, Roger Daltrey has pursued a solo career alongside his 
primary role as lead singer for The Who. To commemorate three decades of his 
solo work, Sanctuary Records announce the U.K. nationwide release of the 
Roger Daltrey anthology 'Moonlighting: The Anthology' in January 2005.

The 2-disc album highlights the varied musical paths Roger has chosen, 
compiling all his hits and near misses. From ballads 'Giving It All Away' to 
Brecht's 'Mack the Knife' and with the added bonus of unreleased tracks, 
"Moonlighting: The Anthology" amply illustrates Daltrey's willingness to 
adapt to different styles of music.

Considered to be one of the most powerful vocalists in rock 'n' roll, Roger 
Daltrey's solo album 'Moonlighting: The Anthology' documents the solo career 
he forged away from The Who in 1973, with the tracks 'One Man Band', 'The 
Way Of The World', and 'Giving It All Away' taken from his debut album 
'Daltrey', through to recent recordings of Who classics 'Pinball Wizard' and 
'Baba O'Riley'.





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