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RSM!!!!!LIVE@FMU // NJ181 1987 CD/C90


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HEAR IT NOW REAL AUDIO

01 - Intro Talk /3:44
02 - Me Not Right /1:13
03 - Play Myself Some Music /3:59
04 - Alecia /3:01
05 - It's What You Do (It's Not What You Are) /3:05
06 - Fallen Love /2:01
07 - All Well and Good /4:57
08 - Hitting It Off /2:18
09 - Another Satellite (Partridge) /3:13
10 - Many Gripes /1:24
11 - Baby On Board /2:45
12 - Testing /:49
13 - Talk /11:49

14 - Tell Me You're Sorry /2:11
15 - Everyone But Everyone 2:22
16 - Broken Art /1:35
17 - I Smell A Barbecue /2:09
18 - Hours Of Delight /1:28
19 - Treat Me /1:56
20 - So Lonely (Ransford) /2:25
21 - I Love You Too Much To Bother You /2:57
22 - If It's In You (Barrett) /2:00
23 - Who Killed Davey Moore? (Dylan) /4:32
24 - No Know /4:35

Total Time /72:39

Recorded at and transmitted from
WFMU 91.1 East Orange NJ
inside the basement of Froeberg Hall
on the campus of Upsala College

Hosted by Sister Krys

Friday 29 May 1987 9-12 midnight

Cartoon: Self

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"That's my pudding, doctor. All God give forgiveness. Oh, mamma, why did they make expensive weddings? Why don't they stay home, mamma?"

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AMG REVIEW: This solo acoustic performance, recorded live at the studios of WFMU in East Orange, NJ, on May 29, 1987, is one of the best live tapes in R. Stevie Moore's extensive catalog. Moore was in the middle of a career upswing at the time and his marvelous album Teenage Spectacular was about to be released; he repeatedly cracks jokes about a recent New York Times article about himself and he's clearly in a jovial mood, inserting non-sequitur jokes and offhand commentary into his lyrics. (It undoubtedly helps that the DJ on duty is WFMU stalwart Krystyna Olsiewicz, who is also Mrs. R. Stevie Moore; their conversations are utterly charming.) The performances are loose, occasionally almost to the point of shambolic, but focused and entertaining, and his between-song banter is both funny and pointed, particularly on the half-sung "Many Gripes," a call to boycott the musical mainstream. The song selection leans primarily toward new material that would appear on Teenage Spectacular and its follow-up, Warning: R. Stevie Moore, though Moore dips back into his Nashville days with a chaotic version of Swing and a Miss' "Me Not Right" and a softly sung take on 1978's "Treat Me." Listeners diving into R. Stevie Moore's live recordings would do well to start here.







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