R. Stevie Moore - Personal Appeal download mp3 album
Phonography is the first official album by American t R. Stevie Moore, released in 1976 on the artist's private Vital Records "label". Its initial vinyl pressing was limited to 100 copies. The album mostly consists of selections from his self-released albums Stevie Moore Often (1975) and Stevie Moore Returns (1976), all recorded on 1/4 track 7½ ips reel-to-reel stereo tape decks.
Even a few songs into the set, it's easy to hear the silent influence Moore's oddball four-track experiments had on underground music, with the nervously shifting song structures and wobbly funk undercurrent of "No Body" predicting phases of Ariel Pink or Of Montreal's sound and the slowed-down vocals and phased-out direct guitar noodling of "Old" landing somewhere.
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Overall, however, when listening to Personal Appeal-a tremendously satisfying listen nonetheless-you wonder what a Moore record might sound like if he took some time to plan or tweak his musical ideas.
R Stevie Moore - 'Personal Appeal'. Ever since Ariel Pink cited him as an influence, Tennessee’s R Stevie Moore has toured the world and become something of an icon for hipsters. R Stevie Moore – ‘Personal Appeal’. R Stevie Moore - 'Personal Appeal'. It’s hard not to be wooed by Moore’s outsider charm. But Moore doesn’t care about fame. Since 1968, he has released over 400 albums, many of them on cassette or CD-R on his own label. This compilation harvests a selection of his 1973–2001 output of country, garage and general weirdness.
Robert Steven Moore (born January 18, 1952), also known as R. Stevie Moore or RSM, is an American t, singer, and songwriter who pioneered lo-fi/DIY music. Often 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.