original cover idea was to have Moon dressed in woman's undergarments. Moon
produced the violin solo at the end of "Baba O'Riley." Moon's drumming
is superlative particularly on "Bargain," "Going Mobile"
and "Won't Get Fooled Again." The press party for the release of
Who's Next was held at Moon's recently purchased Tara estate in Chertsey,
1972, "Relay" was released as a single with the Moon composition
"Wasp Man" as the B-side. Moon acted in the motion picture, That'll
Be The Day, as drummer J.D. Clover. Moon played Uncle Ernie in the stage production
of Tommy. Summer of 1973, Moon would do a series of music radio shows for
the British Broadcasting Corporation including "Life with the Moons,"
a series of skits, routines and send-ups while Keith would play some of his
The Who released the double album Quadrophenia composed by Pete Townshend
with Moon singing "Bell Boy." Quadrophenia is about the four-faceted
Jimmy, a Mod from 1964-1965, who climbs on The Rock to examine his life. Each
member of The Who had a theme. Moon's theme was "a bloody lunatic, I'll
even carry your bags," needing the attention of others while keeping
up a front of self-containment at the same time. "The Real Me,"
"Bell Boy" and "Love Reign O'er Me" are the significant
tracks. Moon also sang on "We Close Tonight" which was released
on the re-issue of Odds & Sods.