Embedded Player Twenty-five years after his death, it's still difficult to get many people not to think of Keith Moon as just a hard-drinking, lunatic rock star who would smash his drum set on stage or destroy a hotel room. But his biographer, Tony Fletcher, says The Who's legendary drummer should be remembered as the man who forever changed the sound of rock 'n' roll. On Weekend Edition Sunday, NPR's Liane Hansen talks to the author and bandmate Roger Daltrey about Moon's legacy.