The New Yorker: Finger Drumming Keith Moon

Somehow this flew below my radar. Back in November, James Wood, the Harvard lit professor and New Yorker staff writer, revisited his childhood idol – Keith Moon, the longtime (though now departed) drummer for The Who. In “The New Yorker Out Loud” podcast, Wood demonstrates – using his fingers – what makes Moon’s style so distinctive. (Listen here.) And, as an added bonus, we give you Wood finger drumming on his kitchen table at home. At least one of these clips will make your day…

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