Two Sides of the Moon

Two Sides of the Moon is the only solo album by Keith Moon, drummer of The Who. The album was released in April 1975 by Polydor. It was produced initially by Mal Evans, towards the end of Skip Taylor and John Stronach. It was recorded in The Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles. The original title of the album was Like a Rat Stuffed up a pipe, but was rejected by the U.S. record company MCA.


The album Skip Edwards, Jesse Ed Davis, Fanny, Jay Ferguson, Bobby Keys, Howard Kaylan, Jim Keltner, Danny Kootch, Ricky Nelson, Harry Nilsson, Path Quatro, Jimmie Randall, John Sebastian, Ringo Starr, Mark Volman, Klaus Voormann, Joe Walsh and listen Miguel Ferrer as a musician.

  • Album ( rock )
  • 1975 album