9 thoughts on “ Handbook - R. Stevie Moore - Unpopular Singer Vol. 4 (CDr) ”
According to the new documentary Cool Daddio, R. Stevie Moore is the greatest musician you’ve never heard of. That said, it does seem that quite a lot of people have heard of him. Tim Burgess of The Charlatans says “every song sounds like a classic that you’ve never heard before”, James Richardson of MGMT says “he is Read more».
Unpopular Singer Vol. 6 by R. STEVIE MOORE, released 17 December 1. Hate Epidemic 2. Theme From My Three Sons 3. Name Tag The Entertainer Take 12 4. A Legend In My Time 5. Employees Must Wash Hands Before Returning To Work 6. Another Day Slips Away 7. Take Back 8. Stuart's Party 9. Ito Eats (Live) Human Race Storm In A Teacup
Robert Steven Moore (born January 18, ), also known as R. Stevie Moore or RSM, is an American multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter who pioneered lo-fi/DIY isbarseehosurderalmotarmantmicom.co called the "godfather of home recording", he is one of the most recognized artists of the cassette underground, and his influence is particularly felt in the bedroom and hypnagogic pop artists of the post-millennium.
The fourth and final volume in the Unpopular Singer series suggests a somewhat brighter outlook than the occasionally dark-edged earlier entries. The album features a kind of fatalistic black humor evinced by songs like the self-explanatory "Who Gives a Fuck?"6/
R. Stevie Moore covered Getting Better, January, You Can't Hurry Love, Let's Make the Water Turn Black and other songs. R. Stevie Moore originally did Getting Better, January, You Can't Hurry Love, Let's Make the Water Turn Black and other songs. R. Stevie Moore wrote I Wanna Hit You.