Friday, May 11, 2018

The Who: Roger Daltrey streams Stephen Stills cover from new solo album

Roger Daltrey is streaming a cover of the Stephen Stills track, “How Far”, as the latest preview to his forthcoming solo album, “As Long As I Have You.”

The tune – which originally appeared on the 1972 self-titled album debut by the Stills-led band Manassas – is one of several remakes by The Who frontman on the project and is featured alongside original material and songs first recorded Stevie Wonder, Nick Cave and Garnet Mimms.

Due June 1, the set features Daltrey’s Who bandmate Pete Townshend on seven tracks as well as guest performances from Mick Talbot (Dexys, The Style Council) on keyboards and Sean Genockey on lead guitar.

“As Long As I Have You” will be available on CD, 180g Black Vinyl, Limited 180g Red Vinyl housed in Polydor Disco Bag (available exclusively via and digital formats.

Daltrey will perform The Who’s 1969 rock opera, “Tommy”, in its entirety during a summer US tour that begins in Bethel, NY on June 8; the 13-date series will see the singer accompanied by members of The Who touring band and joined by some of the most prestigious orchestras in the United States, including the Boston Pops, the New York Pops and the Nashville Symphony.

Roger Daltrey
“As Long As I Have You”

Release date: June 1

01. As Long As I Have You
02. How Far
03. Where Is A Man To Go?
04. Get On Out Of The Rain
05. I’ve Got Your Love
06. Into My Arms
07. You Haven’t Done Nothing
08. Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind
09. Certified Rose
10. The Love You Save
11. Always Heading Home

See also:

The Who: Roger Daltrey expands US summer tour
Roger Daltrey streams title track to new album As Long As I Have You
Pete Townshend details Who Came First expanded reissue
The Who to release Live At The Fillmore East 1968
Search The Who at hennemusic