|Associated acts||Bobb & The Kidds, The Crippled Dog Band|
He released two full-lengths, 1980's Iron Curtain Innocence and 1982's Harvest of Dreams. After the latter's release, Trimble's recording activities ceased.
Over the next two decades, he gained a cult following, which included Ariel Pink and Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore. His records, originally pressed in quantities of 500 or less, became collectors items, some selling for as much as $1,500.
During the early 1980s, he had two backing bands: The Kidds (the average age of the band members was 12 years old) and The Crippled Dog Band (average age was 15-years-old). "Suspicious parents" pulled the plug on both bands.
2002 saw the release of Life Beyond the Doghouse, a vinyl-only compilation on Orpheus Records comprising unreleased recordings made by Trimble between 1983 and 1986.
- bobbtrimble.com - Trimble's official site
- Bobb Trimble at Facebook
- Bobb Trimble at MySpace
- Bobb Trimble at AllMusic
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