garrettjennings55 at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 31 20:02:06 UTC 2009
This might seem like a shameless plug for my wife's album, but my wife's band, The Jennifer Jennings Band, has just released a CD called "All The Pieces" and one of the songs on it is called "If I Ever Fall", which the guys in the band refer to as their "Who" song. James DiGirolamo, the bass player with JJB is the ultimate Entwistle fan and I would put James' playing skills right up there with John.
"All the Pieces" does have some similarities to songs like "Behind Blue Eyes" which starts off acoustically, and then rocks out.
The song has also come to represent Jennifer's fight against the autism epidemic. Jennifer and I have a son named Ben who is autistic.
If you want to listen to the song on billboard, you will need to sign up as a Lala member.
You can also hear the song at:
or I-tunes at:
Her official website is:
The album as a whole has been described as Sheryl Crow meets the Allman brothers.
Who fan in Chicago,
> Message: 8
> Date: Wed, 22 Jul 2009 08:16:06 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Brian Cady <brianinatlanta2001 at yahoo.com>
> Subject: New Billboard.com
> To: oddsandsods <oddsandsods at thewho.net>,
> http://www.billboard.com has just launched a new update
> of their website providing chart information and lots of
> tracks?to?hear. So far, I haven't found any chart
> information prior to 1986 but that still leaves some I
> didn't know (like what Endless Wire did on various
> There's also select tracks. I looked up John Entwistle and
> am now playing his cover of "Cinammon Girl." Give it a try.
> ?-Brian in Atlanta
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