Robert Deeble – The Big Yellow

Robert Deeble
The Big Yellow
1992 Liberation Music / Sonic Hope Records
Long Beach, California, USA

Robert Deeble – Vocals, acoustic guitars, drums
J.R.W – Bass on 1, 2, and 7
Kirby Paulsen – Guitars on 2 and 8
Steve Light – Bass on 6
Billy B – Drums on 9
Steve M – Bass on 9
Trevor – Guitar on 9

Side 1:

  1. The Queen of England
  2. Pop Song
  3. Penpal
  4. Greyhound
  5. Interlude

Side 2:

  1. Dondee
  2. All My Friends Kim
  3. Answering Machine Song
  4. Shantytown
  5. The Queen (reprise)

Robert Deeble is fairly known in the Christian music underground. This tape is a some-what eclectic collection of acoustic folk songs, random recordings / samples, and even a guitar alternative rock track or two. I have heard this tape before, but I was surprised to find out that “Pop Song” was recorded for a Mark Krischak compilation that never happened. Deeble was later signed to Brainstorm Artists International to release an album as Days Like These, but he also had a few other recordings reach national attention as well.

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