how many songs has roger daltrey ever written?

with the who and without? also has he written anything else? I thought he wrote and did all the music for that movie McVicar, but it doesn't look like it.

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  • 8 years ago
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    With the Who:

    See My Way...Roger Daltrey

    Early Morning Cold Taxi....Roger Daltrey/Dave Langston

    And the rest are without the Who:

    Doing It All Again

    Satin and Lace

    The Prisoner

    The Pride You Hide...Alan Dalgleish / Roger Daltrey / Nicky Tesco

    Balance on Wires .. Roger Daltrey / Don Snow

    Take Me Home.. Axel Bauer / Roger Daltrey

    Times Changed.. Roger Daltrey / Gerard McMahon

    You Can't Call It Love... Roger Daltrey / Gerard McMahon / Dave Ruffy

    Love Is ... Ricky Byrd / Roger Byrd / Roger Daltrey / David Katz / Gerard McMahon

    Blues Man's Road .... Ricky Byrd / Roger Byrd / Roger Daltrey / Gerard McMahon

    Everything a Heart Could Ever Want (Willow) ... Roger Daltrey / Gerard McMahon

    Days of Light....Roger Daltrey/Gerard McMahon

    Unforgettable Opera Daltrey/Gerard McMahon

    There could be more and the chances are there are more.

    But that is all I can give you.

    take care

    dave

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  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Well, Daltry sang on an '84 Meatloaf song titled "Bad Attitude." In 1985, however, he released the album "Under a Raging Moon," a tribute of sorts to Who drummer Keith Moon. The title track was a minor hit, as was "After The Fire." Really, Daltry's solo output in the 1980's was somewhat spotty. Great voice, but not the greatest songwriter.

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  • 8 years ago

    With the Who, Daltrey wrote two songs himself ("See My Way", "Here for More") and collaborated with Townshend on a third ("Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere"). He also collaborated with one David "Cyrano" Langston on one more Who song, "Early Morning Cold Taxi", which was never released.

    In his solo career, he relied on outside songwriters (Leo Sayer co-wrote most of his debut album with David Courtney, for example). He co-wrote 13 solo songs with other songwriters, mostly David Courtney. Six of those appeared on his 1992 album "Rocks in the Head"

    So: overall, he has written 2 songs himself, and has 15 co-writing credits.

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    very interesting question

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