R. Stevie Moore | The Yung and Moore Show (with Yukio Yung)

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The Yung and Moore Show (with Yukio Yung)

by R. Stevie Moore

Dangerous overload of popmusical brillance as mailcollaborated across the Great Atlantic by the world's greatest two DIY rock 'n roll orchestrators.
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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1. Schwann Catalog
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2. I Wish Marvin Gaye's Father Had Shot Me Instead
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5:36 album only
3. On The Bench
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2:38 album only
4. Divorce Court
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6:28 album only
5. Norway
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2:52 album only
6. Name Tag The Entertainer Take 12
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5:05 album only
7. Subjectivity
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2:39 album only
8. I'm Taking Your Stuff
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3:50 album only
9. Social Studies Buddies
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5:58 album only
10. Baby, Why?
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11. Fridge Magnet Poem #1
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12. Take Back
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13. Split Second
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14. Off The Bench
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15. I Go Into Your Mind/Extract from Quite Nice Dream
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16. I Like Yellow Things
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
this startling album was conceived throughout 2004 by top noted underground stars rsm (usa) and yukio yung (uk), tossing tracks and conceptual bits via the int'l postal system, concocting a mix of checks and balances utilizing every known musical style for a sublime various artist effect not heard in decades. this highly polished effort explodes with brand new freshness and unique originality, emphasizing the lost art of ultravariety and genre-surfing head-on trainwreck: loud meets soft, funny meets sad, fast meets slow, beauty meets noise, anglo meets hillbilly, bozo meets techno, generic meets eccentric. when your parents bought lp's, most of them closely resembled this stunning new example... frankly, the sheer dearth of ideas in current music makes it seem that there really never was any rock renaissance. well, get this disc and absorb the proof of truth. it is simply the best there is. we dare you to cross this line.


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Joely

A piece of DIY collaborative heaven
When you get this album, it comes in a jewel case with home computer graphics and printout. Open it up and you'll find an Imation CDR with "The Yung and Moore Show 04" written in red sharpee. Personally, I'm encouraged by that. Put the money into the music and let it speak for itself. Frankly, the music is far and away better than many albums that have the biggest budgets and graphics layouts. Two pop iconoclasts doing whatever strikes their fancy and sharing writing space in the process. This is my first album by both and I'll be coming back for more, and I know there's a lot more of this. No favorites as of yet, because everything is good and eclectic.

Mike Marshall

Masterpiece!
With a catalogue of over 400 various albums, you'd expect there to be some bad ones, right? WRONG! This album just goes to show that after 30 years, R Stevie's still got it! A fine collection of songs with collaborator Yukio Yung. One of my all-time favorites!

Nick


Sounds very inspired. Lots of nice melodies and some unexpected twists