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  1. Ducage Reply

    Anthology songs If the EP is indeed a taste of the full-length to come, fans should expect quite the diverse album. Multiple facets from multiple genres make an appearance on this one; perhaps it is their diversity shining through in their songs or perhaps the aim is for mass appeal.

  2. Zulkikinos Reply

    Label: Repertoire Records - REP WY • Format: CD Album, Compilation Digi-Pak • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock Roger Daltrey - Anthology (, Digi-Pak, CD) | Discogs Explore.

  3. Nigor Reply

    Walking the dog I'm just a walking the dog If you don't know how to do it I'll show you how to walk the dog C'mon now c'mon I asked her mother for fifteen cents I see you ever jumped the fence I jumped so high, touched the skies Didn't get back until a quarter to five Walking the dog I'm just a walking the dog If you don't know how to do it I.

  4. Maugul Reply

    Roger Daltrey Moonlighting "The Anthology" (CD) Released on Sanctuary SMEDO (UK) 2 CD set Released This CD contains a previously unreleased studio song called, "A Second Out", a previously unreleased live version of "Born To Run" and contains some obscure rarities (studio and live).

  5. Dilmaran Reply

    Walking the Dog This song is by Roger Daltrey and appears on the album Ride a Rock Horse (). This song is a cover of " Walking the Dog " by Rufus Thomas. Baby's back dressed in black.

  6. Fenrikasa Reply

    Anthology, a Compilation of songs by Roger Daltrey. Released in on Repertoire (catalog no. REPWY; CD).

  7. Turamar Reply

    Free download Roger Daltrey - Walking The Dog album. The Best of Rockers & Ballads Anthology Ride a Rock Horse Ride a Rock Horse Ride a Rock Horse. Baby back, dressed in black Silver buttons all down her back High hose, tippy toes She broke the needle and she can sew. Walking the dog I'm just a walking the dog If you don't know how to do it.

  8. Meztigis Reply

    Year Title Artist Rating Releases; A Celebration: The Music of Pete Townshend and The Who: Roger Daltrey: 3: The Who’s “Tommy” Orchestral: Roger Daltrey.

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