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Roger Daltrey discography


Roger Daltrey discography

Roger Daltrey discography
Hyde Park, London in 2005
Studio albums 8
Live albums 1
Compilation albums 5
Singles 11
Soundtracks 11
Collaborations 1

This article presents the solo discography of British rock musician Roger Daltrey. For his discography with The Who, see The Who discography.


Studio albums

Year Title Peak chart positions
1973 Daltrey 6 45
1975 Ride a Rock Horse 14 28
1977 One of the Boys 45 46
1980 McVicar 39 44 22
1984 Parting Should Be Painless 102
1985 Under a Raging Moon 52 42
1987 Can't Wait to See the Movie 41
1992 Rocks in the Head
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Live albums

Year Title Peak chart positions
UK[1] US
1994 A Celebration: The Music of Pete Townshend and The Who

Compilation albums

Year Title Peak chart positions
UK[1] US
1981 The Best of Roger Daltrey / Best Bits 185
1992 Best of Rockers & Ballads
1997 Martyrs & Madmen: The Best of Roger Daltrey
1998 Anthology
2005 Moonlighting: The Anthology


Year Album Contribution[2][3]
1975 Lisztomania Daltrey worked with Rick Wakeman and others on the soundtrack for Lisztomania. He wrote the lyrics for "Love's Dream", "Orpheus Song", "Peace at Last", and performed "Love's Dream", "Orpheus Song", "Funerailles", and "Peace at Last".
1980 McVicar Performed the entire soundtrack, including "Bitter and Twisted", "Just a Dream Away", "White City Lights", "Free Me", "My Time Is Gonna Come", "Waiting for a Friend", "Without Your Love", and "McVicar".
1986 Quicksilver Performed "Quicksilver Lightning".
1987 The Lost Boys Performed "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me".
The Secret of My Succe$s Performed "The Price of Love".
1990 Mack the Knife Performed as the Street Singer the songs "Mack The Knife" and "Mack The Knife Reprise".
1995 The Wizard of Oz In Concert Performed as the Tin Woodman the song "If I Only Had A Heart". He also sings on other songs as a supporting role.
1995 The Hunting of the Snark Collaborated with Art Garfunkel, Julian Lennon, Cliff Richard and others.
1999 British Rock Symphony Daltrey sings Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir" with Ann Wilson and The Beatles' "Let It Be" with Simon Townshend
2000 Best Performed "House of the Rising Sun".
2002 The Banger Sisters Daltrey wrote the lyrics for and performed "Child of Mine".


Year Title Peak chart positions Album
1973 "Giving It All Away" 5 43 10 5 83 Daltrey
"I'm Free" 13 39 Tommy: Performed by London Symphony Orchestra & Chambre Choir
"Thinking" Daltrey
"It's a Hard Life"
"One Man Band"
1975 "(Come and) Get Your Love" 68 Ride a Rock Horse
"Walking the Dog"
"Oceans Away"
"Love's Dream" Lisztomania (soundtrack)
"Peace At Last" [Japan-only]
1977 "Written on the Wind" 46 One Of The Boys
"Avenging Annie" 88
"One of the Boys"
"Say It Ain't So, Joe" 20
1978 "Leon"
1980 "Free Me" 39 53 McVicar
"Without Your Love" 55 2 20
"Bitter and Twisted"
"Waiting for a Friend" [Promo-only] 104
1981 "White City Lights"
1982 "Martyrs and Madmen" 38 Best Bits
"Treachery" [Spain-only]
"Say It Ain't So, Joe" [Promo/re-release] 41
1984 "Walking in My Sleep" 56 40 62 4 Parting Should Be Painless
"Parting Should Be Painless"
"Would A Stranger Do"
1985 "After The Fire" 50 48 3 Under a Raging Moon
"Let Me Down Easy" 86 11
1986 "Under a Raging Moon" 43 10
"The Pride You Hide"
"Move Better in the Night" [Promo-only]
"Quicksilver Lightning" 11 Quicksilver (soundtrack)
1987 "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" The Lost Boys (soundtrack)
"Hearts of Fire" Can't Wait To See The Movie
"Take Me Home" 46
1991 "Rock and Roll"
(McEnroe & Cash with The Full Metal Rackets (feat Roger Daltrey)
66[4] single only
1992 "Behind Blue Eyes" [Promo-only]
(The Chieftains with Roger Daltrey)
An Irish Evening: Live at the Grand Opera House, Belfast (The Chieftains)
"Days of Light" 6 Rocks in the Head
1994 "Pinball Wizard" A Celebration: The Music of Pete Townshend and The Who
1998 "God Bless Us Everyone" [Promo-only]
(Roger Daltrey with the Boys Choir of Harlem singing selections from A Christmas Carol)
single only
2002 "Child of Mine" [Promo-only]
(Roger Daltrey featuring GTomMac)
The Banger Sisters (soundtrack)
2005 "My Generation"
(Roger Daltrey & McFly)
single only
"—" denotes releases that did not chart


Year Album Contribution
1985 Bad Attitude Performed a duet with Meat Loaf on the title track "Bad Attitude"
1998 Philharmania Performed "The Boys of Summer" on Mike Batt's production with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
2001 Global a Go-Go Performed backing vocals for the Joe Strummer and The Mescaleros title track "Global a Go-Go."
2003 We've Come for You All Performed backing vocals for the track "Taking the Music Back" on the Anthrax album.
2011 Lys and Love Performed A duet with Laurent Voulzy on his song "Ma seule amour".


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