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Pete Townshend / Ronnie Lane - Rough Mix album download

Performer:
Pete Townshend / Ronnie Lane
Album:
Rough Mix
Style:
Album Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Rock & Roll
Genre:
Duration:
41:31
MP3 archive size:
1320 mb
FLAC archive size:
1486 mb
Other formats:
ADX MOD AIFF MP3 DTS AU
Rating:
4.3
Votes:
883

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Rough Mix is an album by the Who's guitarist Pete Townshend and former Small Faces and Faces bassist Ronnie Lane. The album was released in September 1977 as Polydor 2442 in the UK and MCA 2295 in the US. It peaked at number 44 on the UK album chart, and at number 45 on the Billboard 200. On 21 October 1976, the Who closed a brief North American tour in Toronto at Maple Leaf Gardens, a show that would be the last with Keith Moon before a paying audience.

Rough Mix, Pete Townshend's 1977 collaboration with former Small Faces and Faces songwriter and bass player Ronnie Lane, combines the loose, rollicking folk-rock of Lane's former band, Slim Chance, with touches of country, folk, and New Orleans rock & roll, along with Townshend's own trademark style. Lane's tunes, especially the beautiful "Annie," possess an understated charm, while Townshend, with songs such as "Misunderstood," the Meher Baba-inspired "Keep Me Turning," and the strange love song "My Baby Gives It Away," delivers.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 My Baby Gives It Away Pete Townshend Ronnie Lane / Pete Townshend 4:00
2 Nowhere To Run Ronnie Lane Ronnie Lane / Pete Townshend 3:16
3 Rough Mix Ronnie Lane / Pete Townshend Ronnie Lane / Pete Townshend 3:12
4 Annie Eric Clapton / Kit Lambert / Ronnie Lane Ronnie Lane / Pete Townshend 2:56
5 Keep Me Turning Pete Townshend Ronnie Lane / Pete Townshend 3:46
6 Catmelody Kit Lambert / Ronnie Lane Ronnie Lane / Pete Townshend 3:13
7 Misunderstood Pete Townshend Ronnie Lane / Pete Townshend 3:02
8 April Fool Ronnie Lane Ronnie Lane / Pete Townshend 3:35
9 Street In The City Pete Townshend Ronnie Lane / Pete Townshend 6:09
10 Heart To Hang Onto Pete Townshend Ronnie Lane / Pete Townshend 4:29
11 Till The Rivers All Run Dry Wayland Holyfield / Don Williams Ronnie Lane / Pete Townshend 3:53
  • This disc is an outstanding collaboration between Pete Townshend and Ronnie Lane. The story goes that Ronnie had been asking to record with Pete for several years -- likely looking for a major career boost after suffering heavy financial losses with his Slim Chance carnival tours across the rural areas of the U.K. The sequencing of songs alternates between Pete's songs and Ronnie's. Highlights include "My Baby Gives It Away," the ballad "Annie" -- featuring Eric Clapton, Cat's Melody and "Misunderstood." There were frustrations in recording the album, these sessions were when Townshend found out Lane suffered from multiple sclerosis, after shoving him and watching Ronnie fall over weakly. This disc represents the best musical performances of Lane after 1976, as the disease began eating away at his talents. A great musical partnership is heard on every track.

  • A classic. I may have listened to this more than any other release. Has aged like fine wine.

  • I bought it in '77 and loved it then and still do. It should have been a chart topper. The acoustic roots folk vibe undermined much of the LP (no English blues here) which was expertly varied with a sense Townshend and Lane just wanted to play for the joy of it. While some have noted there was a disconnect in the fact it was not a full collaboration as not all songs had both Townshend and Lane's coming together in writing/playing, I never felt like that. I liked the two sides that occasionally melded, it gave the album a wider range of that had that British DNA underneath everything. It gave Townshend a chance to stretch apart from The Who. As for Lane, it gave him a platform to reach a wider audience while honing his vision of his Slim Chance project's strengths without the excesses. Lane's songs are small triumphs even as they feel a bit unfinished and truncated. It does have an excellent cross-pollination instrumental track, the title track "Rough Mix", that is a great tune of the joy of playing together with your close friends. It certainly makes you wish for a second volume where, perhaps, the players came together to pin an entire collaborative album as their is great promise here. All in all an excellent album that deserved so much more attention than it received. This many years later it remains a favorite bringing into focus how good it actually is. Annie and Heart To Hang On To are true highlights in a fantastic album.