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Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley

This short-lived pairing of two already established solo artists occurred after a conversation at London’s Hard Rock Cafe, where in fact the performers joked that this moniker “Moe & Joe” sounded almost as musical as “Waylon & Willie.” Back the U.S., they visited focus on a duet recording, Just Great Ol’ Males, which to enter the market in 1979. Inside a town filled with songwriters who frequently took their careers a touch too significantly (don’t assume all song must be as significant as “Help Me Make It During the night”), their macho, male-bonding laughter was a pleasant relief. Regrettably, the duo posed a issue for every artist’s solo profession. The tandem overshadowed their specific efforts, plus they forgotten the Moe & Joe concept once and for all after 1984’s send-up of Boy George, “Where’s clothes.”

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