such a good time that he would soon move to Los Angeles for the partying and
an attempt at an acting career. While in Los Angeles, Moon hosted the popular
American Television show, In Concert, which featured Keith playing a drum
solo with goldfish swimming in his drum kit. The Who released Odds & Sods,
a collection of Who B-sides and rejected album songs that included Moon singing
a bit on "Now I'm A Farmer."
In March 1975, Moon released his only solo album, Two Sides of the Moon, with Keith singing on all of the tunes which included a John Lennon original and cover songs loved by Moon.
a $200,000 non-refundable advance for the album. Moon stated at the time of
the release of the solo album, "I didn't know I was capable of some of
the vocals that I had done . . . My commitment to the album is total, I wouldn't
bother with it otherwise. I think it's commercial and will sell." In
1997 the solo album was re-issued with eight additional tracks.
1975, The Who released The Who By Numbers. Moon's excellent drumming can be
heard on "Dreaming From the Waist," "Success Story" and
"In Hand or Face." In 1976, Moon sang "When I'm Sixty Four"
for the soundtrack record to the movie All This and World War II. In 1977,
Moon appeared in the movie Sextette. Moon also appeared in concert on stage
with Led Zeppelin.