The Who : I Need You
On September 7, 1978, Keith Moon, the drummer for The Who, died after taking 32 clomethiazole tablets. Clomethiazole is a sedative used to alleviate alcohol withdrawal symptoms. That was more than three times the daily dose prescribed by his doctor.
Moon was the clown prince of rock and one of rock's greatest drummers. He played as though every beat needed a fill which made the music of The Who more spirited and entertaining than the vast majority of their contemporaries. He also lived a more spirited and entertaining life than his contemporaries, leading to self destructive behavior and a fair number of exploding toilets.
Said Roger Daltrey in a recent article for GQ:
Less known is how much he liked to sing with The Who. He composed and sings on one of my favorite of the Who's deep cuts, "I Need You", off of 1966's A Quick One.