song from Clack! (1980). BUY IT at: http://www.rsteviemoore.com/tp/clack.html
"The godfather of home taping has a catalog of OVER 400 cassette/cd albums of songs, experiments, rants, goofy tape edits, radio phone-ins, record skips...you name it, he's done it, and his tapes are full of it. This is one of his best. Recorded on 8-track in 1979-80, CLACK! is 60 minutes of some of his best songs. It starts out with his ace power-pop remake of the Big Bopper's "Chantilly Lace" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSBgs7O48BY), and it just gets better and better. His remake of Jim Reeve's "I Love You So Much It Hurts" is so dead-on it's scary. Other great knock-out tunes include the wonderful instrumental "Theme From Hurricane David", the beautiful "I Go Into Your Mind" (see video of 2004 remake: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tUXzDrA8UI), the introspective "You Always Want What You Don't Have" , and my personal favorite, "Part Of The Problem" (see video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8oEwxFnjB8). Despite being criminally ignored by the American record industry, the guy keeps pluggin' along, crankin' out cds, 30 years later. " - Ray Carmen
Images from Live Performance with Tape at Maxwell's in Hoboken, 1979. shot by John Child
"Before and since DIY, punk, singer-songwriters there was Stevie. You are now in the know."
--Doken (Jack Black)
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