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Two Sides of the Moon
Keith Moon
Two Sides of the Moon
Genres: Pop, Rock
 
  •  Track Listings (18) - Disc #1

Only available issue of the hard-to-find solo by the Who's irreverent drummer. Features Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, David Bowie, Harry Nilsson & more all-star collaborations. Includes 8 bonus tracks 'Radio Spot' (with Ringo...  more »

      
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All Artists: Keith Moon
Title: Two Sides of the Moon
Members Wishing: 5
Total Copies: 0
Label: Pet Rock Records
Original Release Date: 1/1/1975
Re-Release Date: 7/1/1997
Genres: Pop, Rock
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 712786003822

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Only available issue of the hard-to-find solo by the Who's irreverent drummer. Features Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, David Bowie, Harry Nilsson & more all-star collaborations. Includes 8 bonus tracks 'Radio Spot' (with Ringo Starr), 'I Don't Suppose', 'Naked Man', 'Do Me Good', 'Real Emotion', 'Don't Worry Baby', 'Teenage Idol' & 'Together rap' (with Ringo Starr). Remastered. 18 tracks.

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Johnny Heering | Bethel, CT United States | 08/12/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)

"This is a reissue of Keith Moon's only solo album. It is a bit of a disappointment. Keith was known as the best drummer in rock, and he barely plays the drums on any of the songs here. This album is more along the lines of "Keith sings some songs, with the help from some of his buddies". It definitely sounds like Keith had a lot of fun making this album, but the listener may not share in the fun. There was a reason that Keith rarely sang on Who records, other than the occasional "joke" song. The CD adds several bonus tracks, including a radio spot, alternate takes and songs from Keith's unfinished second album. Some fans of the Who may enjoy this album, but I expect that most people won't like it."
Keith Moon s' favorite ones!
luco | Panama | 07/24/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Keith Moon, THE WHO s' drummer, recorded one complete solo cd and half a second one. In this cd, he reunites with his best musical mates: Joe Walsh, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Klaus Voorman and Harry Nilson among others. Keith Moon was a BEACH BOYS fan, son here he includes his favorite song DONT WORRY BABY. John Lennon plays guitar and backin vocals in his "Move Over Mrs L." (perhaps dedicated to Yoko?. Keith also covers a beautiful Beatles song: "In my life".. The Who is covered by him also "The Kids are alright" sounds outstanding!!!

"Crazy like a Fox" is total fun!! Other songs are also an expresion of his love for his friends (Together) and idols (Teenage Idol). This is a solid cd because register the love of Keith Moon for life, his friends, his idols and his band...

For fans: He also sings/plays on the John Entwistle 1975 produced cd: Flash Fearless. He plays on one track with KENNEY JONES and with John Entwistle singin/Playing: "To the Shop"


For absolute fans: there is a song with Keith Moon singing on the "All This and WWII" soundtrack. He sings "When I am 64" by the Beatles..... an age he never reach. It is a killer version....
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Not that horrible really
Lovblad | Geneva, Switzerland | 06/21/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"OK. Some people are really unfair with this album. The problem is that Keith Moon was reagrded as one of the best and most innovative drummers of his time and this album does not really reflect that.It is also somewhat of a musician's album in the sense that he has chosen to ill-advisedly collaborate with some superstar friends. Add to this the fact that singing was maybe not his greatest talent. The album was also maybe recorded during his personal darkest period and left alone to himself he is not surrounded by the Who to focus his vision. However it is in many ways an endaerng album since it shows thatd espite his madman antics he had a profound love for pop songs and that while he was maybe no longer able to perform such material he was at least motivated by it. Also as another reviewer has said it is much less pretentiuous and self-indulgent than some other Who solo albums. I originally bought it on cassette in the Arvika Domus and still enjoy it to this day once or twice a year."