Called "The Godfather of Home Taping," R. Stevie Moore has created, recorded, and distributed hundreds of his idiosyncratic songs and albums since the 1960s. These songs encompass a huge range of pop styles, but always twist them into shapes that only Moore could make. Moore rarely performs outside of his bedroom recording studio, but this time he brings his songs and his stream-of-consciousness presentation style to the WNYC Studio to perform with fellow guitarist Mike Jodry, and talk about the music with host David Garland.
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