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TygokazahnMar 24, · Keith Moon (drums) Jeff Porcaro (drums) Ray Charles (piano) Steve Winwood (organ) Junior Walker (sax) where he talked about choosing Rod Stewart to sing in his band because Rod's voice sounded like Jeff's guitar. He said a lot of his riffs were based on horn parts from all the big band records he loved. That's Rock 'N' Roll ; Eric's.
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JoJolkreeNov 15, · As rock’n’roll peaked as both a commercial and countercultural phenomenon in the late 60s and early 70s, Keith Richards was the yardstick by which all others were measured. He was the human riff, the diseased crow-alike that, if he moved next door to you your lawn wouldn’t wait around to die, it’d move to a better neighbourhood.
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VudorisarMoon also joined the band during the two-song encore of “Whole Lotta Love” and “Rock & Roll.” See parts of those performances at the top in audience footage. His brief moments behind John Bonham’s drums cannot be considered representative of what a hypothetical Keith Moon-backed Led Zeppelin might sound like.
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NizilAuction news: Keith Moon’s second kit, a Ludwig Black Oyster Super Classic, to be auctioned by Bonhams in December in London. Source: Dolphin Music. Keith Moon’s Second Drumkit To Be Auctioned in December. If you got the cash, you could own a piece of rock’n’roll .
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TazilkreeLater that year, Keith Moon played drums on the track “Bo Diddley Jam” on Bo Diddley’s The 20th Anniversary of Rock ‘n’ Roll album. In , Keith Moon covered The Beatles’ song “When I’m Sixty-Four” for the soundtrack of the documentary All This and World War II.
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