John Entwistle

John Entwistle (Oct. 9, 1944 — June 27, 2002) was an English rock bassist and songwriter, known internationally as “the quiet one” in The Who, with whom he played for nearly four decades. As a solo artist, he released three albums on Track Records between 1971 and 1973, followed by a fourth on Decca with his side-act Ox in 1975. After a string of band commitments and production work for the Fabulous Poodles, Entwistle released his final solo album, Too Late the Hero, on Atco in 1981.


  • Smash Your Head Against the Wall (1971)
  • Whistle Rymes (1972)
  • Rigor Mortis Sets In (1973)
  • Mad Dog (1975 • John Entwistle’s Ox)
  • Too Late the Hero (1981)

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