Album – YES, I SEE

Bob Gibson YES, I SEE


Bob continues revamping traditional music in a most untraditional way. His original compositions are at the forefront as he continues collaborative writing efforts with partner Bob Camp. Seven instrumentalists provide the musical back-up as well as a six-piece vocal group, The Gospel Pearls. Assisting with the album’s production was Bumps Blackwell who produced some of the first hits by Little Richard and Sam Cooke.

Elektra, 1961
Collector’s Choice Music, 2008

The Gospel Pearls
Bumps Blackwell
Tommy Tedesco
Joseph Gibbons
Herbert Brown
Eddie Lee Kendrix
Joe Clayton
Nick Bonney
James E. Bond, Jr.

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Ably backed by the Gospel Pearls, folk singer Bob Gibson, in a straightforward, sincere vocal style, offers a collection of American folk songs, many of which are given new arrangements by Gibson with his partner, Bob Camp. The program is also first-class… Strong item for folk enthusiasts.


May 29, 1961


Tommy Tedesco’s list of credits remains remarkable. As a go-to player, he played on hits by Elvis Presley (‘68 Comeback Special), The Beach Boys (“Fun Fun Fun” and others), The Monkees (debut album), The Mamas & the Papas, The Everly Brothers, Barbra Streisand, Sam Cooke, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Zappa, Ricky Nelson, Cher, Nancy and Frank Sinatra… READ MORE

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