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Lambert & Stamp
(Documentary) (writer: "Heaven & Hell", "Someone's Coming" - as John Alec Entwistle) / (writer: "The Ox")
(performer: "Prologue-1945" (uncredited), "Christmas" (uncredited), "Eyesight To The Blind", "Acid Queen" (uncredited), "Fiddle About" (uncredited), "Smash the Mirror" (uncredited), "I'm Free" (uncredited), "Sensation" (uncredited), "We're Not Gonna Take It" (uncredited), "Listening to You/See Me, Feel Me" (uncredited)) / (writer: "Cousin Kevin", "Fiddle About" - uncredited)
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1 Pictorial |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
The Ox | Mr. Thunderfinger | The Who
6' (1.83 m)
Did You Know?
He [Keith Moon] didn't play [drums] from left to right, or from right to left, he'd play forward; I've never seen anyone play like that before or since.
Entwistle earned the nickname, "The Ox", not due to his temperament or size, but because of his constitution; he had the reputation of being able to party the most of any of his band mates, even (especially) the legendary Moon. Many found the broad-shouldered bass-player intimidating, and he was often thought of as a larger man than he actually was (being about 6 feet even, the same height as The
Would wear military or police uniform tops on stage in the early days.