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Goodbye Piano - R. Stevie Moore - Stevie Moore Returns (Cassette, Album)

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  1. There are a lot of ideas that live in this room, recorded and archived in various formats. Stationed in a nest of equipment and instruments is DIY recording figurehead R. Stevie Moore, sporting a large, white beard and thick glasses. There is a lot of emphasis on "do" in the DIY term for him, with over self-released albums since the mid '70s.
  2. R. Stevie Moore discography and songs: Music profile for R. Stevie Moore, born 18 January Genres: Lo-Fi Indie, Art Rock, Experimental Rock. Albums include Phonography, Delicate Tension, and .
  3. Returns by R. STEVIE MOORE, released 01 February 1. Melbourne 2. I Wish I Could Sing 3. For T.S. Mason Jar The Winner Come My Way Goodbye Piano The Kids With Daddy The Voice (part 1) The Voice (part 2) The Voice (part 3) Chief Life Ambition Cassette tapes NOT AVAILABLE. #1 Veteran Progressive.
  4. Aug 30,  · Later, it appeared on an official album, Everything you Ever Wanted to Know about R. Stevie Moore but we’re Afraid to Ask on New Rose records in and again on ′s Make It Be, an album Moore recorded with musician Jason Falkner. The song is representative of everything Moore is about and is both rocking and bittersweet.
  5. Goodbye Piano R. Stevie Moore. Album Phonography. Goodbye Piano Lyrics [Verse 1] Goodbye piano You're too overweight for me to take you with me Into the hills, where rings are round the collar.
  6. R. Stevie Moore & The Rayvens 1 (Folk City NYC) R. Stevie Moore & The Rayvens 2 (Maxwell's, Hoboken NJ) Boxheads 4: Broadcast (WFMU, East Orange NJ) The Biggest Names In Show Business (WFMU) Olives And More (WFMU) The Scott And Gary Show (NYC Cable TV) In Person (The Jetty, Bloomfield NJ) Folk City, NYC: Nuits (Live at Paris) The.
  7. Album · · 24 Songs. Sign In For You Browse Radio Open in iTunes. Sign In Stevie Moore Returns R. Stevie Moore Alternative • Play Shuffle. SONG TIME Melbourne. 1. PREVIEW I Wish I Could Sing. 2. PREVIEW Magnusifence. 3. Goodbye Piano.
  8. One of the most unique albums of the s, R. Stevie Moore's debut long-player is an uncategorizable mess that somehow keeps from falling apart completely, kind of like a one-man band version of the Beatles' White Album cross-pollinated with lates Frank Zappa at his most antic. Yet just as the album seems hopelessly self-indulgent and bizarre, Moore suddenly veers into some of the.

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