Tag Archives: Keith Moon

Book Review: LIVING FOR KICKS by Jim McCarthy and Kevin Cross

PREMISE A graphic novel set in the early days of modernist London and beyond, 1962-64.   PROMISE “The mod scene was the first time working class youth had a voice,”...
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Ian McLagan: An Appreciation

I can’t profess to have known Ian ‘Mac’ McLagan in any great sense. But when I was researching my Keith Moon biography, I was (finally) able to secure an interview...
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Boy About Town Number 43: I’m A Boy

Chapter by Chapter excerpts from Boy About Town: A Memoir, published by Windmill Books/William Heinemann. During our first year at Tenison’s, Chris took up the drums. It was the ideal...
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Boy About Town Number 44: Join Together

Chapter by Chapter excerpts from Boy About Town: A Memoir, published by Windmill Books/William Heinemann. Charlton Athletic were the third South London football team. They weren’t as well supported as...
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Boy About Town Number 46: The Seeker

Chapter by Chapter excerpts from Boy About Town: A Memoir, published by Windmill Books/William Heinemann. The more I listened to them, the more I studied up on them, and the...
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Here Comes the new Moon, same as the old Moon

Those of you in the States (or on amazon.com etc.) may, from this week, start noticing a “new” edition of Moon: The Life and Death of a Rock Legend, published...
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