Two Sides of the Moon

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Keith Moon didn't have much of a singing voice, nor did he have much of an inclination to write music. He was a great noisy drummer, and his chaotic playing often made the Who sound unhinged. Based on the band's records, you might assume that Moon's lone solo album, Two Sides of the Moon, was a raucous rocker, but it's not -- it's the epitome of the superstar jam album. Much like a Ringo Starr record, Two Sides of the Moon features an untold number of superstar cameos -- including Ringo, Flo & Eddie, Harry Nilsson, Rick Nelson, Steve Cropper, Joe Walsh, John Sebastian and Dick Dale -- who are all there to jam on oldies and lame, underdeveloped originals. ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Keith Moon didn't have much of a singing voice, nor did he have much of an inclination to write music. He was a great noisy drummer, and his chaotic playing often made the Who sound unhinged. Based on the band's records, you might assume that Moon's lone solo album, Two Sides of the Moon, was a raucous rocker, but it's not -- it's the epitome of the superstar jam album. Much like a Ringo Starr record, Two Sides of the Moon features an untold number of superstar cameos -- including Ringo, Flo & Eddie, Harry Nilsson, Rick Nelson, Steve Cropper, Joe Walsh, John Sebastian and Dick Dale -- who are all there to jam on oldies and lame, underdeveloped originals. It's overproduced and overblown, and since Moon has a thin, tuneless, nasal voice, he doesn't have the charisma to make the whole affair entertaining. Instead, it's a tedious, colorless listen, with only a little of Moon's absurdist humor and very few strong songs -- if John Lennon's throwaway "Move over Ms. L" is a standout, things aren't in good shape. If these flaws can be overlooked, you'll find a historical artifact that stands as a testament to the wretched hubris that was the '70s for many '60s superstars.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/1/1997
  • Label: Pet Rock Records
  • UPC: 712786003822
  • Catalog Number: 60038

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Crazy Like a Fox (2:06)
  2. 2 Solid Gold (2:47)
  3. 3 Don't Worry Baby (3:29)
  4. 4 One Night Stand (3:36)
  5. 5 The Kids Are Alright (3:02)
  6. 6 Move Over Ms. L. (3:11)
  7. 7 Teenage Idol (2:17)
  8. 8 Back Door Sally (2:31)
  9. 9 In My Life (2:40)
  10. 10 Together (3:03)
  11. 11 U.S. Radio Spot (1:02)
  12. 12 I Don't Suppose (4:01)
  13. 13 Naked Man (3:18)
  14. 14 Do Me Good (2:41)
  15. 15 Real Emotion (2:56)
  16. 16 Don't Worry Baby (3:12)
  17. 17 Teenage Idol (2:15)
  18. 18 Together Rap (1:57)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Keith Moon Primary Artist, Percussion, Drums, Vocals
Dick Dale Guitar
Harry Nilsson Vocals
John Sebastian Guitar
Ringo Starr Drums, Vocals, Rap, Track Performer, Announcer
Joe Walsh Synthesizer, Guitar, Electric Guitar, ARP
Jesse Ed Davis Guitar, Electric Guitar
David Foster Piano, Keyboards
Nickey Barclay Piano, Keyboards
Jay Ferguson Piano, Keyboards
Clydie King Vocals, Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Jim Keltner Drums
Blair Aaronson Synthesizer, Piano
Steve Adamick Guitar
David Birkett Bass
Mike Condello Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Jay DeWitt White Vocals, Background Vocals
Skip Edwards Steel Guitar, fender rhodes
Miguel Ferrer Drums
Gerald Garrett Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Jim Gilstrap Vocals, Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Robert Greenidge Percussion, Steel Drums
Ron Grinel Drums
Beau Guss Guitar
Jimmie Haskell Conductor
Ira Hawkins Vocals, Choir, Chorus
James Ed Haymer Drums
Ron Hicklin Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Augie Johnson Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Howard Kaylan Vocals
Bobby Keys Saxophone
Danny Kortchmar Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Guitar
Dennis Larden Vocals, Background Vocals
Paul Lenart Guitar
Gregory Matta Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Mickey McGee Drums
Jean Millington Bass
Ollie Mitchell Horn
Rick Nelson Vocals
Patti Quatro Guitar
Jimmie Randall Bass
Irma Routen Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Julia Tillman Waters Vocals
Curly Smith Drums
Al Staehely Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
John "LBJ" Staehely Guitar
Paul Stallworth Bass
Mark Volman Vocals, Background Vocals
Klaus Voormann Bass
Lorna Willard Vocals, Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Andrea Willis Vocals
Carolyn Willis Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Spencer Davis Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Julia Tillman Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Cam Davis Drums
Andra Willis Choir, Chorus
Steve Douglas Horn
Sherlie Matthews Vocals, Background Vocals
Norman Kurban Organ, Keyboards
Technical Credits
Steve Cropper Director, Producer
Harry Nilsson Composer
Ringo Starr Composer
Jon Astley Executive Producer, Remixing, Remastering
Keith Moon Composer
Richard Barnes Liner Notes
Mal Evans Producer, Horn Arrangements
Jimmie Haskell String Arrangements
Lee Kiefer Engineer
Gary Ladinsky Engineer
Andy MacPherson Reissue Producer, Remixing, Remastering
Mike "Clay" Stone Engineer
John Stronach Director, Producer, Engineer
Skip Taylor Director, Producer
Michael Verdick Engineer
Gary Kellgren Engineer
Don Wood Engineer
Kent Duncan Mastering
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    AWESOME RECORD KEITH MOON RULES!

    This Cd Rocks! It's just as good as a who album, if not better. Keith moon had a fine singing voice, and he was an o.k. songwriter, I don't know why everyone thinks he wasn't. Anyway, it's an awesome cd. BUY IT!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Keith Moon rules!

    Don't expect it to be like a Who album, cause it's not, it's pretty different...but if you are a Who fan, chances are you'll like it, cause it's Keith, and Keith rules. He's not a great singer, or a great songwriter, but he doesn't boast to be one either..although it does so happen he's the best drummer in the world and an inspiration to drummers for years to come. It certainly sounds like he had fun making this album and I had fun listening to it. KEITH LIVES!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    What a Drmmer! What a Funny Guy! Too Bad He's Gone!

    Keith Moon was one of the greatest drummers in the world and perhaps the greatest rock and roll comedian there ever was. If you listen to this album with a grain of salt, you might be able to tolerate his thin 'singing' voice. It's more of a fun record, certainly not a great album like Pete Townshend often put out. The saddest thing about this record is that Keith Moon is no longer with us, but hopefully we'll see him again in heaven.

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