Love Has Doubt - R. Stevie Moore - Whats The Point?!! (CD, Album)

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  1. Dec 07,  · "Too Old (To Fall in Love)" from What's The Point?! (). One of the most concise RSM compilations - Get it Straight from the Artist at: apcreslintumedlyporzikaligesphe.coe.
  2. Aug 20,  · Song Love Is The Way To My Heart; Artist R Stevie Moore; Album Pop Music; Licensed to YouTube by WMG, RepublicofMusic1 (on behalf of O Genesis); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., Rumblefish (Publishing.
  3. Jan 30,  · Made in Holland Manufactured by CBS Gramofoonplaten B.V., Haarlem, Holland Cover Painting by Vicki Wulff, Providence, RI Back Cover: Self-portrait 1/8/84, RSM/5(33).
  4. What's the Point?!! likes. What's the Point?!! is the fourth studio album by DIY home recording pioneer and one-man band R. Stevie Moore. It was the.
  5. Seemingly inspired by the D.I.Y. pop possibilities afforded by MP3s and the Internet, along with a return to live performance after a long layoff, 's Love Compartment is R. Stevie Moore's sharpest and most pop-oriented disc in some time. After the Francophone female vocals of the fragmentary "Daze," the album gets off to a brilliant start with "Linger Longer Lucy," the sort of yearning.
  6. The New York Times dubs R Stevie Moore a "lo-fi legend", he has over releases to his credit since he started making music in Jason Falkner is a power pop pioneer who started his career in the 80's with The Three O'clock and is a founding member of Jellyfish/5(18).
  7. What's The Point?!! Happy the Man R. Stevie Moore Format: Audio CD. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Listen Now with Amazon Music: Love Has Doubt 3. Theme from Hurricane David 4. Part of the Problem 5. Compatibility Leaves 6. Going Down the Way 7. For Vini.
  8. What's the Point?!!, a Compilation of songs by R. Stevie Moore. Released in June on Cuneiform (catalog no. Rune 1; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Lo-Fi Indie, Alternative Rock, Art Pop.
  9. preceding I H8 Ppl to the closing of the record where we're told "love is the answer, music is the question, life gets in the way" (on the LP, not the CD), this record is pure R. Stevie Moore as much as it is pure Jason Falkner. It's an obvious labour of love between the Reviews:

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