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Iron Man: The Musical

The Iron Man: The Musical

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by Pete Townshend

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Performance Credits

Pete Townshend   Primary Artist,Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals,Track Performer
John Lee Hooker   Track Performer
Nina Simone   Track Performer
Who   Track Performer
Simon Phillips   Drums
Simon Townshend   Track Performer
Ray Simpson   Vocals,Choir, Chorus
John Barclay   Brass
Pete Beachill   Brass
John "Rabbit" Bundrick   Piano
Chyna   Track Performer
Patrick Clahar   Saxophone
John Entwistle   Bass
Gina Foster   Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Derek Green   Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Patrick Halling   Strings
Ruby James   Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Julian Littman   Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Chucho Merchán   Bass
Charlie Morgan   Drums
Mike Nicholls   Vocals
Children of St. Stevens and Orleans Schools   Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Janice Hoyte   Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Earnestine Pearce   Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Michael Nicholls   Choir, Chorus
Deborah Conway   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Pete Townshend   Producer
Peter Wolf   Producer
Billy Nicholls   Director

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The Iron Man: A Musical 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just two days before The Who’s guitarist Pete Townshend was getting ready to do a mini-tour for the 20-year anniversary of the band’s rock opera TOMMY, he released his ninth solo album, The Iron Man, a musical based on a children’s story by Ted Hughes. While it was somewhat disappointing that Townshend did not support this 1989 effort with a solo tour like he did for his 1993 release Psychoderelict, the album still managed to give both Who and Townshend fans alike what they’ve always expected from their hard rock songwriting champion – a complex story line, innovative arrangements, a love song in “Was There Life”, both a Who original (“Dig”) and a Who cover (“Fire”) tune, and a Townshend classic in “A Friend Is A Friend.” Guest artists such as John Lee Hooker and Nina Simone make solid contributions as well, but it is Townshend’s continued desire to expand his musical horizons that make it work. Although The Iron Man has yet to make it to the stage as originally intended, Townshend eventually got a taste of Broadway success with TOMMY. So with that in mind, perhaps Townshend will revisit The Iron Man and relaunch this effort one day for musical theater (and rock) fans everywhere.