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Not as bad as most people regard....
on 17 February 2012
When Keith Moon released this, his only solo album (he began to record a second one that was never finished or released), seems to me that he was in the middle of a long long party time with Ringo Star, John Lennon, Joe Walsh and many others. It is his producer s' fault not to push mR. Moon either for better songs, better singin or even ask his friend and bandmate John Entwistle to write or co-write a couple of songs for him.
It is a very personal album since he did choose most of the songs. He did not try to include any of his only a handfull of songs he "wrote" of "co-wrote" recorded by THE WHO ("In the City", "Girls Eyes", "I Need You", "Wasp Man" and two more).
This album is so personal that he decided to include a song clearly for his friends The Beatle s' "In My Life" or his version on The Who s' "The Kids are Alright".
It is clear to me that he could sing better than he did on this album, since he sang some WHO songs, with grace and passion. I think the producers could ve added "WHEN IN AM 64" a excellent version he sang, included on the ALL THIS AND WORLD WAR II soundtrack.
Regardin all this, this is HIS solo album, and if you are a true WHO fan, he recorded for us.