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Remembering Keith Moon’s genius with 5 isolated drum tracks

    Remembering Keith Moon’s genius with 5 isolated drum tracks

The Who’s iconic drummer, Keith Moon, is often remembered as a character of rock and roll rather than a leading light of instrumentation. His offstage antics more often than not

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Keith Moon 21st Birthday party ends with a car in the pool

    Keith Moon 21st Birthday party ends with a car in the pool

If you’re a lover of rock and roll like we are, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more explosive drummer and enigmatic hero than The Who’s Keith Moon. His tendency

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How McCartney reacted when Moon asked to be in The Beatles

    How McCartney reacted when Moon asked to be in The Beatles

Paul McCartney and The Beatles were a heavily coveted band in the late sixties. Everybody could see their potential. It made sure Macca was eyed up for heavenly supergroups and

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The Who Album Paul McCartney Was ‘Really Raving Over’ to Pete Townshend

    The Who Album Paul McCartney Was ‘Really Raving Over’ to Pete Townshend

By 1966, The Who had broken through with “My Generation,” which nearly topped the UK charts the previous year. After “Substitute” also cracked the top five in March ’66, the

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Roger Daltrey announces ‘The Who’s Tommy Orchestral’ | The Music Universe

    Roger Daltrey announces ‘The Who’s Tommy Orchestral’ | The Music Universe

Vinyl, CD and digital release on June 14th via Polydor/UMe In the of Summer 2018, Roger Daltrey and his band

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Brian Kelly: Is this a goodbye from The Who?

    Brian Kelly: Is this a goodbye from The Who?

COMMENT: Roger Townshend, 73, and Roger Daltrey, 74, have both hinted this could be the beginning of their long goodbye.

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Desert Trip in 2017: What are Dylan, Stones, Neil, McCartney, The Who and Waters Doing Lately?

    Desert Trip in 2017: What are Dylan, Stones, Neil, McCartney, The Who and Waters Doing Lately?

It is already one year and two months since the most lucrative concert festival in history occurred. The Desert Trip lineup was unprecedented, and will never be equalled: Bob Dylan, Rolling

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