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Milk's Jeffrey Norman reviews the
Phonography CD (1999):
"...hooks galore and lyrics ranging from witty to surreal to simple and heartfelt..."
Jim Ridley of the Nashville Scene on
Stevie (July 1998):
"R. Stevie Moore may be the most acclaimed underground pop musician ever to come out of--or escape from--Nashville. He's undoubtedly the most prolific."
Rolling Stone's Alt-Rock-A-Rama dubs
Phonography one of "The Fifty Most
Significant Indie Records" (March
"...[Stevie is] the man who can safely be credited with bringing home recording to the forefront."
Throat Culture flexidisc notes on "Thank
Hank" (Winter 1989):
"R. is currently hoping to star in a film written about the life of necrophiliac, Albert Goldman. The film if released would feature episodes of psychotic grandeur and personality displacement. R. feels confident he will be hired above such hacks as Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise, and Tom Jones if just on personal charisma and odor alone."
New York Press profiles Stevie (May
"I became a hero in my own head, in my own room. And said, Hey, okay, I'll make a record this week. Okay, it's done, and now I'll do an album this week. I never thought of mail orders, or customers."
Robert Gordon interviews Stevie for
Output (April 1988):
"I've already crossed the barrier of not being influenced by people other than myself."
Option on Teenage Spectacular
"Moore is probably sick of being called 'whimsical,' but it's true. It's also true that he's a brilliant songwriter, an engaging performer, and an excellent producer, all of which come to the fore here."
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