Tapography 3



STEVIETAPES 101-150

COMPLETE COMPACT CASSETTE LIST


SOLID STATE // NJ101 1983 C60 / CD

Instant on, no overheating tubes, haut instrumentality track after track, boxheadish gothicontinuum, transistorized bkgd for thought.


BOXHEADS 4 BROADCAST // NJ102 1983 C60 / CD Real Audio

As aired live WFMU december; no overdubs. Grouparticipation, anxiety released, goodfun, spont magic, yelps.


THE BIGGEST NAMES IN SHOW BUSINESS // NJ103 1984 C60 / CD Real Audio

More radio performances! RSM trio (piano bass drums), a different dexterity. Groovy hits, Bacharach, MOR weirdness.


OLIVES AND MORE // NJ104 1984 C60 / CD Real Audio

RSM meets Mr. Hard Sharks, Peter Olafson, live January WFMU show, lightsalad.


GETS OFF // NJ105 1984 C60 / CD

Top of the line effort, back to carefully constructed arrangements, marvelous songs, games, excellent sound. Features 'Thousands of Days,' 'Nowhere Man,' 'Delicate Tension' (vocal!), 15 more.


CLOSERTHA NEVER // NJ106 1984 C60 / CD

Real fine master, companion to 105, many marvels, like 'It Stinks,' 'Guess Again,' 'Time Changes,' 'Answers'!


UNLEASHED IGNORANCE IN Bb MINOR AUGMENTED // NT107 1968 C60 / CD

Yet another unreleased archive master, immaturity series #3, outrageous teenage handicap, rare sillyroots.


EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT R.STEVIE MOORE (BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK) // NJ108 1984 C100 / 2CD

It finally happens!! New Rose Records, Paris, releases a double album retrospective March first; 36 tracks, lavish packaging! If you can't find the disques, this be a tape copy of the contents. Lyricbooklet! (Note: LP no longer available)


THE SCOTT AND GARY SHOW // NY109 1984 C90 / VHS

Manhattan cable TV performance, with instudio audioprep, the new RSM band (1st 'gig'), live vid jive. Action! Available on Videotape.


1984U // NJ110 1984 C90 / 2CD

Mammoth spectacular artworkability, supreme Euroactivity-inspired tape of the deck aid, contains numerous meticulous successes, grammy-refusing hitten selections as 'The Most Powerful Statement in History,' 'Radios,' 'Bigger Than the Beatles,' 'Hey Rachel,' manifold extras. The Peak.


LOST AND FOUND // NJ111 1984 C90

New & old important scraps, oddities, bitz, fillup, rarities, trax, appendicks, values, guests, fanclub items, eh?


R. STEVIE MOORE IN PERSON // NJ112 1984 C60

Live at the Jetty, Bloomfield, NJ; finest rep of new band in niteclub perf, Aquarian called it 'bracing.' (review incl.)


BOOTA THEATRE // NJ113 1984 C60 / CD

Spoken word. Numerous participants. Hysterical.


EMBARRASS PARIS // NJ114 1984 C90 / 2CD

Quintessential RSM solo practice programs, 1 voice & 1 gitarre attempt preferred pop Mooresongbook, intimate yet magnifico, charming versions of 'Schoolgirl,' 'Caffeine Boy,' 'Pow Wow,' 'I Don't Think She Knows,' lots more old chestnuts of timelessness.


HERALD; GOODS // NT115 1972 C90 / CD

Unreleased archive Studio master, unique early project with Lovera and Ferguson, produced in Nashville by Chuck Sagle. Absolutely gorgeous vocal-heavy songs.


STATE OF AFFAIRS // NJ116 1984 C60

R. Stevie Moore, folk singer? All new titles, disconsolate minimals. Spontaneous 1st takes, based on Varone & Chusid's submitted somehow stevie-like suggested songnames. (appears as bonus tracks on "1984U" CDs)


LIVE AT FOLK CITY // NY117 1984 C60

Pleasant gig after Euro-trip; RSM miniband, listenclose.


MESSY MERCI ME // NRPF118/119 1984 2xC90

Diary account of Mai RSM promotional week in Paris, incl. interviews, radio shows, streetsounds, soliloquies, TV appearances; documentary quality only, for completists, what Star?


120 NUITS // NRPF120 1984 C90

R. Stevie Moore Live in Paris for over 700 people, arrogant punk reception mixed with fans-in-awe, preposterous example of in-person Prove Yourself dilemma, pulled off for New Rose. Boy alone, w/loud bkg trax or solo elec. gtr. Bootlegqual. Unlistenably historic.


K7 // NJ121 1984 C90 / 2CD

Kommon abbreviation Europea for 'Caaaa-Sette': also Mr. RSM's army cereal number in '59. That makes this tape worthy of total sweep of mtv awards (altho not one single song has vidclip availability!). Popeye's rhetorik aside, smashits abundo here. Along w/110, Tape(s) of the Year....featuring 'Pledge Your Money,' 'I Captured the Wind,' 'She's a Scream,' 'I See Stars,' 'Crystal Chandelier,' 25 mo. Some set!


LIVE AT THE BITTER END // NY122 1984 C60

Another highly-publicized stage performance, rockin n sockin with electric room energy. One of the better livetapes, contains super audience response! June 21 heard all the standard faves that nite in greenwich village.


PHONEY // NT123 1973 C90

Absolutely crazed behaviour as captured over tell-a-fones, many years ago, cast of hundreds, wild harrassment, really quite a mess, you might better hang up! (The Jerky Boys were infants.) Illegal!!


RSM AND THE LITTERBUGS // NJ124 1979 C90

Early radio broadcast performance. WFMU after only 1 yr in the North; interesting but weirded; too much quasicosmic synthesizer doodling, not responsible (enough).


KAFFEEKLATSCH // NJ125 1984 C90 / 2CD

Superlative collection of nu songs n xperiments n juxtapositions n laughs n composing power. Wild n spirited, jazzy n sensitive. Kompanion to 121, does have some hits on it, somehow...'Think About Living With Me,' 'Steve,' 'Cassettes,' 'Servomechanism,' 'Ethan Sequence 2,' 'Beat Hemisphere,' & the orig. groundbreaking 'Kaleidoscopics.' Axcellent!


ORGAN DONOR // NJ126 1984 C60

Solo stereo electronic organ improvisations: sad slow morose skeptical funeral service. Mighty mood changer, used to train Fox, Biggs, and Pete Rose. Awww. (appears as bonus tracks on "Kaffeeklatsch" CDs, or as limited edition CD by itself.)


WHAT'S THE POINT?!! // NJ127 1984 C60 / CD

Another Vinyl album issued! Moore's fourth LP release, WTP's compiled by Cuneiform Records prez Steven Feigenbaum, mastered in Holland for spectacular fidelity. Cassette copy of 12" platter, includes 'Get the Job Done,' 'Groceries,' 'Part of the Problem,' 'Hurricane David,' 'I Don't Think She Knows,' 'Love Has Doubt,' more. + Lyrics. (inquire re:availability of LP.)


RARE RADIO INTERVIEWS // NJ128 1984 C90

Long September drives with F.Balesteri to Princeton (WPRB) and Trenton (WTSR); informative college station madness.


JABBERWOCKY // NJ129 1984 C90

Track job a versions e musiques de maybe 105 u 110 u 121 u 125 et infinit. Classiscapes pwrfl, issued certnly.


GREATEST HITS // NJ130 1984 C60 / CD

The very best of the best 1980's R. Stevie Moore we could gather for you in an hour of truth. Presumedly, another one of many 'good places to start'-tapes for the uninformed, this program centers on traditional accessibilities and may easily make you a continuing collector. Not for the steamish. Only hits included: 'I Want You in My Life,' 'Everything Is Good,' 'Delicate Tension,' 'The Crystal Chandelier,' and other smash pix. Unlimited edition. Good news!


PHONEY, VOL. 2 // NT131 1974 C90

(See 123 for useless descriptive information)


LIVE IN BOSTON // NM132 1984 C57

Travel to Massachusetts, set up equipment, play loud in front of indifferent crowd at The Channel. Horrible audio, goofy performance, unnecessary recording. Avoid.


THE R. STEVIE MOORE FAMILY ALBUM // NJ133 1985 C90s / 2CD

Perhaps one of the ultimate RSM tapes, though he does not appear! Realized and compiled by Jim Price, the F.A. contains Mooresongs as interpreted by a wide range of fans, contax, n' freinds&enemeies. A totally surprising outside effort by JP, Peter Olafson, introducing Tony Brower, Bob Brainen, the Franks, BMann, Donna, others. Truly awe-inspiring for RSMCC fans. Love, no doubt. (A continuing series, expanded in 2001.)


LIVE SET AT THE DIVE, N.Y.C. // NJ134 1984 C46

Slightly better, famous breakup farewell, harsh band of rock musicians. Interesting one-listen gigg. Rsmurky.


IF I WERE KING OF THE FOREST (Billy Anderson) // NT135 1973 C30 / CD

Recently-discovered rare lost archive master, early RSM & BA. Beginnings of mammoth tape concept. Much Homers guitar and charminghiss. Some historical story!


THE SWINGS - ROCKIN' NEW YEARS EVE // NTK136 1976-1977 C90

BA & RSM cover band, partyin' big at a gig in a huge municipal arena of Frankfort, Kentucky. The idea (?) is great, the tunes (typical hardrock top 40 of the era) are atrocious. Why this one is released is beyond me.


SKELETONS // 1985 NTJ137 C60 / CD

Modern mood music by Jim Price and R. Stevie Moore; as initially recorded on the crew's famous facation drive down south to BA studio in February. Clean unique orchestronix over-powered by supreme drum punch, then finalmastered & bassed in Montclair. Titled pieces provide thought provoking imagery. And... on and on.


BARELY // NTJ138 1984-1985 C60 / CD

Yet... another... new... year. Not much Write recording, not much else left to prove? Thus, next in the series of mere scrap-tapes. The audiodiary cont. Odd experimince, blue bats, Nashville evidence, FMU dates, rehurssells, & a spotlight feature session of the return of Mike Hopper.


STUDIO ETHOS (Victor Lovera) // NT139 1972-73 C90

Further glimpses of this fine singer/writer & his own RSM experience. Home sessions stupendo and the heralded 16 track Nashville Bats studiowerks, including 'Show Business,' 'Love Graph' (a Moore lead vocal!), others; also the longawaited issue of the Roger Ferguson with Ethos sessions (prod. by Chuck Sagle) featuring the rare EP 'Radios,' 'What a Waste of Time,' & 'I've Been Here Before.' A real classic of desperate Tennessee passion.


R. STEVIE MOORE'S THREE BLAZERS // NJ140 1985 C90 / 2CD

Fascinating instrumental trios, high fidelitone, with Lee 'n Chris. Jazzy original score 5 stars, noteworthy are themes from 'Exodus,' 'Cunt Slur,' & 'We Are the Girl.' Yes!


THE LARRY AND MOOKIE SHOWS // NJ141 1985 C90s

Wacko WFMU comic radio duo, RSM & Frank Balesteri. Random samples of various broadcasts. Outrageous edgeairing! Cyber-Archives


TWO EVENINGS IN N.Y. // NY142 1985 C90 / 2CD

Fantastic concerts 85, offering both hard and soft presentation, solo and with band or accompanists. You are there at Irving Plaza and/or Folk City. And you are bowled completely topsyturvy. Applaud many favorites. Thusfar, thee double live gonzo rsteviemoore SHOW!" [VHS avail. of F.C. show only]


GARY SCHULZ PLAYS R.STEVIE MOORE // NPA143 1985 C60

Superb hometapist/RSM customerpal in Phoenix, Arizona remodels his favorites, as imaginative as compositionsthemslvs. Does 'Misplacement,' 'Part of Problem,' 'Dogs,' 'The Winner,' 'Pat' 'n 'Joe,' 'I Hope That You Remember,' 'Chantilly,' 'New Wave,' etc.


LIVE AT THE JETTY #2 // NJ144 1985 C60

Weird wilde performance attempt in May, spontanaynie or defiantlybold, two drummers (!), tinyaudience, similar in spirit to IrvPla, an unforgettable antigig. Boo.


UMPTEENTH // NJ145 1985 C90 / 2CD

Another and another and another and another and another awfullypointless Scraps Masterpiece. If you could only hear what's on this one. As 138, more of the crew(s), both at home, on the radio, on the wire, and in Nashvl. For chronicalists only, or their sons. Stevie dork. Includes 'Such Are the Times,' 'Time Standstill,' 'Old Clothes to Sell,' 'Love Never Works,' 'Let's Twist Again,' many adds. For Saturnine.


R.STEVIE MOORE IS WORTH IT // NJ146 1985 C90 / 2CD

One of the Newest and Best Overall Tapes in this entire Catalog. A Comeback, of sorts. Orig. titled 'Makin' Hits Again' because of the re-return to Songwriting Effort. An hour and a half of tuneful Belodies, sophisto post-production, guess drumming, secret liverpool clues, keys and 6 strings, extreme Ups and dOWNS, gettin' on Base. Numerous Single prospects: 'Tip of My Tongue,' 'Colliding Circles,' 'Your Dancing Ears,' 'You Love Me (Do Something),' 'Within You Without You,' 'Man Without a Gland,' anothers.


THREE BLAZERS, VOLUME 2 // NJ147 1985 C90

See 140. (N/A)


HOPPER 3 // NT148 1983-1985 C90

Updating service of Mike's newer and remaining tracks, including RSM-prod. 'Show Ya' and mommy BA-asst. blasts.


SMASHERS SHOW (Victor Lovera) // NT149 1976-1980 C90 / 2CD

Still more excellent efforts from post-RSM Veek, featuring highlites (and alternate cuts) from the Smashers' major label Kat Family album (CBS) rel. 81, as well as other RSMrelated earlier sides and versions. Sing me please.


VERVE // NJUK150 1985 C60 / CD

Another Vinyl album released! RSM's 5th. This baby's the British debut LP collection of the bestof '81-'84, an RSM compiling inspired by NJ130. Kset copy of Terry Burrows' Hamster Records (Ipswich) HAM15 hazz 'Everything,' 'I See Stars,' 'I Want You In My Life,' 'Splem Jeague 3,' 'Feisty Schoolmarm,' 'I'm Bored,' 'Curiously Enough,' 'Most Powerful Statement in History,' 9 X-tras. Lyrics freeve Charge. Also reviews. The little legend plays on. (inquire re:availability of LP) Granz slam!


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