R. STEVIE MOORE and JASON FALKNER – ” I H8 Ppl “

Posted: March 3, 2017 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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In a partnership with Bar None Records, Lost Colony Music is thrilled to announce the release of R Stevie Moore & Jason Falkner “Make It Be” on Friday, March 10, 2017. The album was recorded at Rhetoric, in Hollywood CA by Jason Falkner. The grand majority of songs were composed by Moore with one by Falkner, one co-written by the pair, one co-written by Roger Ferguson. Then there’s a wonderful rendition of Huey Smith & The Clowns “Don’t You Just Know It.”

What happens when R. Stevie Moore and Jason Falkner get together to record, arrange, and mix R. Stevie’s songs? We get to hear an audacious realization of these songs’ full potential in an epic collaboration no one saw coming. Moore and Falkner burst through your door with “I H8 Ppl” and take you on a journey through rock, pop, and experimental textures. Anchors such as “Play My Self Some Music” and “Sincero Amore,” keep the effort focused, while guitar-only interludes and spoken word pieces push boundaries.
The New York Times dubbed R Stevie Moore a “lo-fi legend;” he has over 400 releases to his credit having started making music in 1968.

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Jason Falkner is a power pop pioneer who started his career in the 80’s with The Three O’clock and is a founding member of Jellyfish. He has released numerous solo records and has worked with such greats as Beck, Air, Aimee Mann, Travis and Paul McCartney.

Moore and Falkner are legends on their own but, as Make It Be loudly announces, their voices, performances, and arrangements have always been a match made in heaven waiting to be realized here on earth.

R Stevie Moore & Jason Falkner - Make It Be

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