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In case you missed Monday, The Who's Roger Daltrey told Dan Rather on AXS TV's The Big Interview that he regrets not being able to save Keith Moon from killing himself, but then again he couldn't see Moon being an old man.
Daltrey said, "He wouldn't have wanted to be an old man. He wanted to be the world's greatest rock drummer, and he died being that." Moon died on September 7th, 1978 of an overdose of Heminevrin, a drug prescribed to combat alcoholism. He was 32.
He also talked about his favorite Who song, and says if forced to choose one it would be "Behind Blue Eyes." He says it was because he recorded it the day his dog was killed. "I was very, very upset, to say the least," Daltrey said. "And it comes out. You can hear it in the vocal."