Robert Deeble | Me I'm From LA Where Nothing is Sacred

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Me I'm From LA Where Nothing is Sacred

by Robert Deeble

A live EP recorded recorded 2/27/2004 in Los Angeles at Spaceland.
Genre: Rock: Lo-Fi
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1. Which Will
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3:02 album only
2. Eclipse
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6:13 album only
3. The Secret Life of Emily Dickinson
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3:34 album only
4. Banter
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0:27 album only
5. Blue
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3:38 album only
6. Peter and the Lion (w/dgh)
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4:21 album only
7. A Russian Murder Ballad
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6:04 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded live at Spaceland in Los Angeles 2/27/2004 opening for Low & Mia Doi Todd. Robert was joined by Daniel G. Harmann on track 6 “Peter and the Lion.” This performance was part of a west coast tour supporting the release of "Thirteen Stories."

All songs by Robert Deeble © Mind Bomb Publishing (ASCAP) except “Which Will” written by Nick Drake and graciously licensed by his family through Warlock Music, ICG/Evergreen. This recording was mastered by TW Walsh.

Robert Deeble has four distributed releases along with several one offs, comps and vinyl singles. He has supported shows for Low, Ida, The Kingsbury Manx, Pedro The Lion, Shannon Wright, Victoria Williams, Songs:Ohia, Over The Rhine and Steppenwolf (yes Steppenwolf). He currently resides in Seattle Washington. Distributed Discography: Days Like These (cd 1997), Earthside Down (1998/99), Boots of Spanish Leather (vinyl/cd comp 2001), Thirteen Stories (2004), This Bar Has No One Left (2005).


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