John Entwistle 's solo career has never been particularly outstanding in terms of songwriting quality. His complicated, yet rhythmic bass playing has always shone through, however. This is also the case with Too Late the Hero. Lyrically, the album is weak, to say the least.3/
Released: December Too Late the Hero is the fifth solo studio album by English singer-songwriter John Entwistle, bassist for The Who. It was released on ATCO Records in the United States, and WEA in the United Kingdom. This was his only solo album of the s and his last Genre: Rock, new wave, hard rock, pop rock, gothic rock, .
Jul 24, · John's awesome bass work is well displayed throughout especially on "Dancing Master". Favorite tracks are "Try me" which starts off the album in stellar fashion, "Sleeping Man", "Fallen Angel", and the epic "Too late the hero" title track. This song should have been a hit back in the day. Probably Entwistle's best chance at a commercial solo hit/5(16).
Try Me Lyrics. Face to face, but you're talking long distance. Can't stand up, but you still try to dance. Quaalude shuffle up to my table. Two steps back, one step advance. I can tell by the smile you're trapped in. You've been smoking your breakfast again. Real life specimen, space captain.