The estate of bass icon John Entwistle has unveiled a new series of posthumous releases. “Rarities Oxhumed” includes unreleased and remastered studio tracks as well as demos and live recordings.
Every once in a while, a special piece of history pops up for sale on Reverb. The online gear platform has put the spotlight on a real gem - a 1966 Fender P-Bass was previously owned by The Who’s John Entwistle.
The Who have released a new deluxe edition of “The Who Sell Out”, featuring a staggering 112 tracks with 47 of them previously unreleased. Of course, John Entwistle’s bass lines anchor the entire affair, but his compositions also get a new light.
On this day in 1944, the mighty John Entwistle was born. Here’s the Ox bringing the thunder on “Won’t Get Fooled Again”, from the 1979 film, “The Kids Are Alright”.
If you’re looking for something worthwhile to read, you’re in luck. Hachette Books has just released “The Ox,” a biography of the late, great John Entwistle written by Paul Rees.
As bassist for The Who, John Entwistle helped to shape the role of bass in rock music. Now the story of his life will be detailed in a new authorized biography by Paul Rees.
The Who is releasing a new album on December 6th, but they’re pushing a lot of vintage content in the meantime. Here’s a 1968 clip of “A Quick One (While He’s Away),” which features a fantastic bass line by John Entwistle.
The Who is releasing a new album on December 6th. But they got our attention today by sharing this clip of them performing “Baba O’Riley,” filmed on B-Stage at Shepperton Studios in 1978.
Late last year we shared a video of John Entwistle on Rick Wakeman’s show GasTank performing the song, “Go America.” This time we’re featuring The Ox playing and singing the classic “Twist and Shout.”
Now this is the kind of email we like to get. Brian Thomson wrote in with this incredible clip of The Who bassist John Entwistle from a TV show in the early ’80s. “[Yes] Keyboardist Rick Wakeman has been posting clips from the TV show GasTank that he co-hosted in 1982-3, in the UK, and John Entwistle was a guest...
A unique performance from The Who is now available in a three-LP or 2-CD set. Live at the Fillmore East 1968 captures the band in New York City nearing the end of a long tour, but more importantly, the shows took place one day after the assassination of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King. “America was already a country...
Much of John Entwistle’s best bass work is showcased in a new collection from The Who. Maximum A’s and B’s compiles the band’s complete singles discography into a five-disc box set. The collection has 86 tracks from their time with four labels: Brunswick, Reaction, Track, and Polydor. It begins with songs they released as The High Numbers (“Zoot Suit” and...