Roger Daltrey ‎– One Of The Boys -1977 Pop Rock (vinyl) Mint Copy !

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Roger Daltrey ‎– One Of The Boys

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Lable & Ser # ~MCA Records ‎– MCA-2271

Format ~ 1- lp , 10 tracks, Black Vinyl, 12-inch , 33rpm, LP.
Year of release ~ 1977 
Country Manufactured ~Canada
Genre / Style: Pop Rock,

Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side # 1 - 10
Side # 2 - 10
BIN # 120

One of the Boys is the third studio solo album by the Who's lead vocalist, Roger Daltrey. It was first released in the year 1977, on Polydor in the UK, and MCA in the US. The sessions were recorded at the Who's Ramport Studios during the winter of 1976[1] (vocals were recorded at Pathe Marconi Studios in Paris, due to tax complications), and Daltrey allowed students from the local Battersea technical school to film them as an educational project. This also marked the first time that Daltrey had written or co-written a song since "Here For More" (released as the B-side of the Who's "The Seeker") in the year 1970, and Lisztomania in 1975. Daltrey's original choice for producers were Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, but they declined.

When Leo Sayer launched his own career as an artist, Daltrey called on a widening group of friends to write for and perform on his albums. Paul McCartney of the Beatles contributed the new song "Giddy" to One of the Boys, where the band included Hank B. Marvin of the Shadows, Eric Clapton of Cream, Alvin Lee and Mick Ronson, as well as calling two members of the Who, John Entwistle and Keith Moon.

He would embrace punk rock on this album, He appeared in press photos with a safety pin through his nose and a chain attached to his ear.

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