is Rocks in the Head Roger Daltrey's eighth solo album. The album was released in 1992 on Atlantic Records, and recorded at The Hit Factory. [1 ]
Roger Daltrey's co-written songs [ edit ]
Roger Daltrey is credited (along with Gerard McMahon) for co-writing seven of the eleven tracks, including "Times Changed", "You Can't Call It Love", "Love Is", "Blues Man's Road", "Days of Light", "Everything a Heart Could Ever Want", and "Unforgettable Opera".
The notes credit "Musical Direction and Production" to
Gerard McMahon, who also performs as a primary backup musician.
Cover photography and design were by
Graham Hughes. [1 ]
Song overview [ edit ]
"Everything a Heart Could Ever Want (Willow)" was written about Daltrey's daughter, who sings backing vocals on the song.
" peaked at No. 6 on the U.S. rock charts. Days of Light
Track listing [ edit ]
"Who's Gonna Walk on Water"
"Before My Time Is Up"
( Dave Katz, McMahon) 5:05
(Daltrey, McMahon) 4:23
"You Can't Call It Love"
(Daltrey, Ray, Ruffy) 4:15
(Byrd, Daltrey, Katz, McMahon) 4:10
"Blues Man's Road"
(Byrd, Daltrey, McMahon) 4:05
"Everything a Heart Could Ever Want (Willow)"
(Daltrey, McMahon) 4:20
"Days of Light"
(Daltrey, McMahon) 3:42
(Daltrey, McMahon) 4:48
Personnel [ edit ]
Roger Daltrey - Composer, Guitar, Harmonica, Primary Artist, Vocals Emily Burridge - Cello
Ricky Byrd - Composer, Guitar, Producer, Vocals (Background) Roger Byrd - Composer
Jamie Daltrey - Vocals (Background)
Mark Egan - Bass Gregg Gerson - Drums
Don Henze - Vocals (Background)
Pim Jones - Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Slide Guitar, Soloist, Wah Wah Guitar
David Katz - Bass, Composer, Keyboards, Violin
Robert Lamm - Piano
Jay Leonhart - Bass (Upright)
Jody Linscott - Percussion
Gerard McMahon - Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Musical Direction, Musical Director, Producer, Vocals (Background)
Billy Nicholls - Vocals (Background)
Tommy Price - Drums Dave Ruffy - Composer, Drums
Jenny Ruffy - Vocals (Background)
Shaun Solomon - Bass
Pat Sommers - Vocals (Background)
John Van Eps - Keyboards, Programming, Synclavier
Vinnie Zumm - Flamenco Guitar, Soloist
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