Keith Moon and Judy Garland
by Regis Boff
Keith Moon and Judy Garland had at least two characteristics in common. They could have had additional, but I never knew Judy so continuing blind might appear, even to me, something of a liberty.
These mammoth celebrities knew how to enter a room. Picture a beloved fat aunt charging into your living room unexpectedly while loudly playing a tuba. This image is mighty close.
I recall only one general meeting with The Who about how money was to be divided up after a tour was over. This unusual summit was precipitated by the inescapable detail that Keith had done such a large amount of damage over the preceding months that he stood to receive almost nothing from a six-month endeavor.