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Keith Moon - Two Sides Of The Moon album

Keith Moon - Two Sides Of The Moon album

  • Performer: Keith Moon
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Two Sides Of The Moon
  • Released: Apr 1975
  • Label: Polydor
  • Catalog: 2383 336
  • Country: Germany
  • MP3 version size: 1459 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2032 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 877


1The Kids Are Alright
Acoustic Guitar – Al StaehelyBacking Vocals – Flo & EddieBass – Jimmie RandallDrums – Curly SmithDrums, Drums [Solo] – Keith MoonElectric Guitar – John StaehelyElectric Guitar, Synthesizer [Arp] – Joe WalshPiano – Jay FergusonWritten-By – Pete Townshend
2In My Life
Arranged By [Strings], Conductor [Strings] – Jimmy HaskellChoir – Andra Willis, August Johnson, Carolyn Willis, Clydie King, Gerald Garrett, Greg Matta, Ira Hawkins, Irma Routen, James Gilstrap, Julia Tillman, Lorna Willard, Ron HicklinPiano – Norman KurbanWritten-By – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
3Teenage Idol
Acoustic Guitar – Danny KootchArranged By [Strings], Conductor [Strings] – Jimmy HaskellBacking Vocals – Dennis Larden, Jay WhiteBass – Paul StallworthDrums – Jim KeltnerElectric Guitar – Jesse Ed DavisGuitar [Surf], Guitar [Solo] – Dick DalePiano – Norman KurbanWritten-By – J. Lewis
4Don't Worry Baby
Arranged By [Strings], Conductor [Strings] – Jimmy HaskellBacking Vocals – Clydie King, Howard Kaylan, James Gilstrap, Mark Volman, Sherlie MatthewsBass – Paul StallworthDrums – Miguel FerrerGuitar – Danny Kootch, James Haymer, Jesse Ed Davis, John Sebastian, Steve AdamickOrgan – Norman KurbanPercussion – Keith MoonPiano – Blair AaronsonWritten-By – B. Wilson, R. Christian
5Move Over Ms. L
Arranged By [Horns] – Mal EvansBass – Paul StallworthDrums – Keith Moon, Ron GrinelGuitar – Jesse Ed DavisGuitar, Guitar [Solo] – Joe WalshHorns – Ollie Mitchell, Steve DouglasPiano – David FosterWritten-By – John Lennon
6One Night Stand
Acoustic Guitar – Al Staehely, Mike CondelloBacking Vocals – Flo & Eddie, Jay WhiteBass – David BirkettDrums – Mickey McGeeElectric Guitar – Joe WalshElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Steel Guitar – Skip EdwardsVocals – Ricky Nelson Written-By, Backing Vocals – Dennis Larden
7Solid Gold
Backing Vocals – Fanny , Julia Tillman, Lorna Willard, Sherlie MatthewsBass – Paul StallworthBass, Backing Vocals – Jean MillingtonDrums, Backing Vocals – Cam DavisGuitar [Solo] – Beau GussGuitar, Backing Vocals – Patti QuatroGuitar, Synthesizer [Arp] – Joe WalshVoice [Announcer] – Ringo StarrWritten-By, Piano, Backing Vocals – Nickey Barclay
8Crazy Like A Fox
Acoustic Guitar – Spencer DaviesBacking Vocals – Julia Tillman, Lorna Willard, Sherlie MatthewsBass – Jimmie RandallDrums – Curly Smith, Keith MoonElectric Guitar – Jesse Ed Davis, John StaehelyPiano – Jay FergusonWritten-By, Acoustic Guitar – Al Staehely
Arranged By [Strings], Conductor [Strings] – Jimmy HaskellBass – Klaus VoormannDrums – Jim KeltnerDrums, Rap – Ringo StarrGuitar – Danny Kootch, Jesse Ed Davis, Paul LenartSteel Drums – Robert GreenidgeWritten-By, Vocals – Harry Nilsson
10Back Door Sally
Backing Vocals – Flo & EddieBass – Jimmie RandallDrums – Curly SmithGuitar – Al Staehely, Joe WalshHorns – Ollie Mitchell, Steve DouglasPiano – Blair Aaronson, Jay FergusonSaxophone [Solo] – Bobby KeysWritten-By – John Marascalco


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2442-134Keith Moon Two Sides Of The Moon ‎(LP, Album)Polydor2442-134UK1975
MCA-2136Keith Moon Two Sides Of The Moon ‎(LP, Album, Glo)Track Record, MCA RecordsMCA-2136US1975
MCAT-2136Keith Moon Two Sides Of The Moon ‎(8-Trk)MCA RecordsMCAT-2136US1975
WAS-1091Keith Moon Two Sides Of The Moon ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)Strange Days RecordsWAS-1091Japan2005
2442 134Keith Moon Two Sides Of The Moon ‎(LP, Album, W/Lbl)Track Record2442 134UK1975


  • Art DirectionGeorge Osaki
  • Concept By [Album Title]Ringo Starr
  • Cover [Concept]Bruce Reiley, Gary Stromberg, John, Keith, Skip
  • EngineerDon Wood, Gary Kellgren, Gary Ladinsky, John Stronach, Lee Kiefer, Michael "Homeboy" Verdick, Mike Stone
  • Mastered ByKent Duncan
  • Other [Styling And Location] – Larry Marmorstein
  • Photography ByJim McCrary, Rainbow Photography, Robert Failla
  • Producer [Basic Tracks]Mal Evans (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Producer, Directed ByJohn Stronach, Skip Taylor
  • VocalsKeith Moon


With insert.

Recorded at The Record Plant, Los Angeles, California and completed at Christmas, 1974.
Mastering at Kendun Recorders, Burbank, California.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 stamped): 2383 336 S1 320 1 A 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 stamped): 2383 336 =2 S2 320 1 C
  • Rights Society: GEMA


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor International GmbH
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Track Records Ltd.
  • Printed By – Gerhard Kaiser GmbH
  • Lacquer Cut At – Phonodisc GmbH
  • Pressed By – Phonodisc GmbH
  • Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles



Knights from Bernin Knights from Bernin
ok ok, anyone who has ever heard this record will agree as much as they love it it was pretty awful, odd to say as i write this but that is how i have felt about this lp since i first heard this in 1979, regardless of how bad it was as keith and ringo where tanked and high as hell through out the recording of this lp in L.A most of us older who fans love this record for its bad humor, as you must know by now this album is filled up with ALL COVERS there is nothing original on this and it was pretty funny how keith even did a cover of the whos the kids are alright on here as well, over all if you are a real big who fan you will love this record, this original german lp is very unique as it is a FULL LAMINATED SLEEVE WITH AN INSERT and NOT THE DIE CUT SLEEVE as it was released worldwide, i have 4 pressings of this lp from 4 different countries and none have this laminated sleeve, this does not pop up to often so if you are interested i do see more copies here on discogs for very good prices so if you want to grab one i would do it now, the rarest version of the lp is the japanese version with the obi strip that is my favorite version but that is pretty hard to find now.... ps for the best ever cover of the kids are alright get the teenage depression lp from 1976 by EDDIE AND THE HOT RODS.....