Keith Moon - Solid Gold Album
|1||Move Over Ms. L|
Written-By – John Lennon
Voice [Announcer] – Ringo StarrWritten-By – Nickey Barclay
|MCA-40387||Keith Moon||Solid Gold (7", Single)||Track Record, MCA Records||MCA-40387||US||1975|
|MCA-40387||Keith Moon||Solid Gold (7", Single, Promo)||Track Record, MCA Records||MCA-40387||US||1975|
- Producer, Directed By – John Stronach, Skip Taylor
Canadian stock copy.
Ringo Starr appears courtesy of EMI Records and Apple Records.
Both tracks are taken from the album Two Sides Of The Moon- MCA-2136.
- Matrix / Runout (Label A-side): MC 3421
- Matrix / Runout (Label B-side): MC 3508
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A: Hand etched): MC - 3421 - W1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B: Hand etched): MC - 3508 - W1
- Rights Society: BMI
- Manufactured By – MCA Records (Canada)
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Track Records Ltd.
- Published By – Braintree Music
- Published By – Basic Brown Songs
- Published By – Lennon Music Corp.
- Published By – ATV Music Corp.
- Licensed From – MCA Records, Inc.
Solid Gold - Keith Mansfield. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Moon was inspired to release a solo album after bandmate John Entwistle had released Smash Your Head Against the. Moon, a big fan of The Beach Boys-style surf rock, decided to make a cover album with help from Ringo Starr the video for Solid Gold from Keith Moon's Two Sides of the Moon for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Keith John Moon 23 August 1946 7 September 1978 was an English musician, best known for being the drummer of the English rock group The Who. He was known for his unique drumming style, and gained notoriety for his eccentric and often self-destructive behaviour. In 2011, Moon was voted the second greatest drummer in history in a Rolling Stone's 'The Best Drummers of All Time' readers' poll. His drumming skills continue to attract praise from critics and musicians alike, 35 years after his death. Keith Moon - Solid Gold. On this page you can download song Keith Moon - Solid Gold in mp3 and listen online. Keith Moon. Two Sides Of The Moon. Solid Gold may refer to: The property of being made entirely out of gold, rather than merely having a plating of that metal. Solid Gold band, American indie electronic band. Solid Gold Cadillac, British jazz-rock group. Solid Gold Chartbusters, collaboration between Guy Pratt and Jimmy Cauty. Solid Gold Records, Canadian record label. Solid Gold album, a 1981 album by Gang of Four. Solid Gold: 30 Golden Hits, compilation album by James Brown. Redirected from Solid Gold Keith Moon song. Two Sides of the Moon is the debut and only solo album by English rock musician Keith Moon, drummer for the Who. It peaked at No. 155 on the Billboard 200. Moon was the last member of the Who to release a solo album: by this point, John Entwistle had released Smash Your Head Against the Wall with Moon playing percussion and singing backing vocals, Roger Daltrey released his hit album Daltrey, and Pete Townshend had produced several Meher Baba tribute. Keith Moon released it on the album Two Sides of the Moon in 1975. It was covered by Keith Keith Moon. From the album The Two Sides Of The Moon 1975. Note the no chords as he speaks the intro and the playing starts after that. Was this info helpful. C F G A B C D E F G It's taken all this time to hear them say N. C It's solid gold Solid gold, solid gold C Solid gold Ah, solid gold all mine ah ah solid gold C Solid solid gold Ah, solid gold lovely solid gold, ha ha ha C Solid gold Ah, solid gold ha ha ha Lots and lots of solid solid gold ah solid gold, solid gold C Give me more Ah, solid gold More gold ah solid gold C Solid gold I'll do anything for gold. Solid Gold. This song is by Keith Moon and appears on the album Two Sides Of The Moon 1975. It's number one It's number oneOn your local radio On your local radioIn the hall of fameI'll be namedFor my contribution. It's solid gold It's sold goldI'm overcome with joy And he's overcome with joyAnd now I've topped the chartsBless your heartsI'm an institution. Keith Moon's 1975 solo album Two Sides of the Moon has been described as the most expensive karaoke album in history, and even as that, it was a colossal failure, the perfect expression of drunken self-indulgence, and it was so fascinatingly bad that it has assumed a certain cult status. But make no mistake, it was a horrible album on all counts made by a brilliant drummer who chose barely to play drums on it he appears behind the kit on only three tracks but instead chose to sing, even though he was tone deaf by his own admission