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Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey — Going Back Home [2014]

 Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey — Going Back Home [March 10, 2014]

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••   Wilko Johnson's final album is a ballsy bash through his back catalogue and the licks bleed out with liquid heat, says Helen Brown.
Location: Canvey Island, Essex, England, UK
Album release: March 10, 2014
Record Label: Chess
Duration:     34:36
01. Going Back Home      (3:59)
02. Ice On The Motorway      (2:49)
03. I Keep It To Myself      (3:22)
04. Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window      (3:37)
05. Turned 21      (3:06)
06. Keep On Loving You      (2:58)
07. Some Kind Of Hero      (2:26)
08. Sneaking Suspicion      (3:46)
09. Keep It Out Of Sight      (2:44)
10. Everybody's Carrying A Gun      (2:58)
11. All Through The City      (2:51)
Producer: Dave Eringa
••  Wilko Johnson — Lead guitar
••  Roger Daltrey — Lead vocals, Acoustic guitar
••  Norman Watt-Roy — Bass guitar
••  Dylan Howe — Drums, percussion
••  Mick Talbot — Piano, Hammond organ
••  Steve Weston — Harmonica
Matthew Horton; Score: 7/10
••   Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey's long-mooted collaboration has been hastened by Johnson's terminal pancreatic cancer – not that 'Going Back Home' is a tranquil trip to the other side. The pair attack a chunky selection of bluesy Wilko originals with gusto, the choppy 'Ice On The Motorway' firing up memories of Johnson veering crazily across the stage in his Dr Feelgood days, and Daltrey growling as fruitily as ever on the harmonica-fuelled title track. There's one cover, an unsubtle holler through Dylan's 'Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window', but this is no time to be reining anything in anyway. If it's to be Johnson's epitaph, 'Going Back Home' has enough spike and thrust to be a worthy sign-off. Read more at: http://www.nme.com/ © Wilko Johnson featuring Roger Daltrey in concert at the Shepherds Bush Empire, London Photo: Brian Rasic
••   "Wilko Johnson, legendary guitarist with Dr Feelgood, and Roger Daltrey, lead singer of rock giants The Who are to release a joint album GOING BACK HOME on the world famous Chess label which has been resurrected specifically for this record. The album features 11 tracks, ten of which are Wilko originals from both his Dr Feelgood days and solo years, whilst the sole cover on the album is a version of Bob Dylan's HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED classic 'Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window'. The album also includes the track 'Turned 21' which has never been properly released or performed live."
In french:
••   "En janvier 2013, Wilko Johnson, 66 ans, fine gâchette de la six cordes qui fit de Dr Feelgood le géant du pub rock, apprit qu'il était atteint d'un cancer incurable et qu'il ne lui restait plus que dix mois a vivre. Pour seul traitement, il décida de repartir sur la route une derniere fois. Octobre venu, Wilko était toujours la. Roger Daltrey, chanteur des Who, groupe admiré par Johnson, se dit alors qu'il était temps de réaliser un vieux projet, toujours reporté : graver un album ensemble, histoire de sceller leur amour commun pour Johnny Kidd et les Pirates. Et offrir un joli baroud d'honneur en studio au condamné. En quelques prises et une semaine d'enregistrement, les comperes mirent en boîte une poignée de titres de Wilko période Feelgood (All through the city, Sneakin' Suspicion...) ou en solo, ainsi qu'une reprise du Could you please crawl out my window ?, de Dylan.
••   Le résultat n'a rien d'une poussive ou pathétique BA... A meme se demander lequel des deux avait le plus besoin de ce shoot d'adrénaline. Car si Wilko, impérial, dégaine comme au premier jour ses fameux riffs a la mitraillette, Daltrey y retrouve une puissance et un souffle étonnants. Comme si l'esprit du r'n'b « maximum » qui inspira les débuts des Who convenait désormais mieux a sa voix de septuagénaire que le répertoire emphatique composé par un Townshend plus mur. Par moments, Daltrey prend meme des intonations a la Lee Brilleaux... Wilko ne pouvait pas rever plus beau cadeau et, qui sait, plus bel élixir de jouvence. « C'était tellement agréable que ça m'embete presque de mourir maintenant », a-t-il lâché de son humour si britannique. Une belle leçon de vie face a la mort." (source: www.telerama.fr)
Website: http://www.wilkojohnson.com/
By Helen Brown; 2:00 PM GMT, 22 Mar 2014;  Score: ***
••   In the light of Wilko Johnson’s terminal cancer, Roger Daltrey’s roar of “I wanna live!” is an arrestingly painful and exhilarating album-opener. It had a different context when Johnson wrote the song for Dr Feelgood’s second album, Malpractice (1975). The lyric actually runs, “I wanna live/ The way I like”, and, backed by Johnson’s aggressive guitar technique, neatly summarises the band’s bolshie, Essex take on American R&B.
Johnson has said his only regret in life is the way he fell out with Dr Feelgood’s Lee Brilleaux and that the two weren’t reconciled before the singer’s death in 1994. So the Who frontman takes his place on Johnson’s last, ballsy bash through his back catalogue.
••   Compared with the surly Brilleaux, Daltrey projects his voice with the clarity of a stadium rock god. And if the production is too clean, it does at least reveal Johnson in glorious high definition with his Telecaster, simultaneously stabbing the chords while letting the licks bleed out with liquid heat. Fortaken: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/
By Reverend Keith A. Gordon; March 6, 2014
:: http://blues.about.com/b/2014/03/06/wilko-johnson-roger-daltrys-going-back-home.htm
:: http://www.uncut.co.uk/wilko-johnson-roger-daltrey-going-back-home-review
Jon Dennis, The Guardian, Thursday 20 March 2014 21.00 GMT;  ****
:: http://www.theguardian.com/music/2014/mar/20/wilko-johnson-roger-daltrey-going-back-home-review
Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine;  Score: ****½
:: http://www.allmusic.com/album/going-back-home-mw0002627921
By Ludovic Hunter-Tilney; March 21, 2014 6:31 pm;  Score: ****
:: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/8454457c-afbc-11e3-a006-00144feab7de.html#axzz2xGkDcPDg
_______________________________________________________________ WILCO JOHNSON
Birth name: John Peter Wilkinson
Born: 12 July 1947, Canvey Island, Essex, England, UK
Notable instruments: Fender Telecaster, Fender Stratocaster
Personal life:
••   Johnson lives in Southend. He married his childhood sweetheart Irene Knight when they were teenagers, and the couple had two sons, Matthew and Simon. Johnson was widowed in 2004 after his wife's death from cancer. He is interested in astronomy, painting and poetry.
••  Johnson was forced to cancel a show in November 2012 when he was rushed to hospital with an undisclosed ailment. He was diagnosed in January 2013 with metastatic pancreatic cancer, and elected not to receive any chemotherapy.
••  On 25 January 2013, he gave an interview to John Wilson on the BBC Radio 4 arts programme Front Row. He discussed his terminal cancer, and said that doctors have told him he has nine or ten months to live. He talked about his "farewell tour" of the UK set for March, and how his diagnosis has made him feel "vividly alive". After the tour was over he announced he would spend his final days recording a farewell album with The Who's lead singer Roger Daltrey. © Wilco Johnson. Notable instruments: Fender Telecaster, Fender Stratocaster/Photo credit: Chris Payne
Albums and EPs (as a band member):
Dr Feelgood:
••  Down by the Jetty
(1975, January)
••  Malpractice (1975, October)
••  Stupidity (1976)
••  Sneakin' Suspicion (1977)
••  All Through The City (2012: box set of all four Dr Feelgood albums Johnson wrote and played on plus unreleased material, "much of it garnered from Wilko's understairs cupboard.")
Solid Senders:
••  Solid Senders
The Wilko Johnson Band:
••  2 tracks on Hope & Anchor Front Row Festival
••  Ice on the Motorway (1981)
••  Bottle Up and Go! (EP, 1983)
••  Pull the Cover (1984)
••  Watch Out! (Live In London) (1985)
••  Call It What You Want (1987)
••  Barbed Wire Blues (1988)
••  Going Back Home (1998)
••  Don't Let Your Daddy Know (Live in Japan 2000) (2000)
••  Red Hot Rocking Blues (2005)
Ian Dury & the Blockheads:
••  Laughter
with Roger Daltrey:
••  Going Back Home (2014)
Album as a guest musician:
••  Mick Farren —
Vampires Stole My Lunch Money (1978)
••  Johnny Thunders — Que Sera Sera (1985)
••  The Stranglers and Friends — Live in Concert (1995)

Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey — Going Back Home [2014]