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Robert Deeble (born 1966) is an American singer-songwriter originally from Long Beach, California, now based in Seattle. His recordings have been noted for their orchestrated arrangements, a subtle, minimalist style of production, and lyrical content. Robert's newest album, "Beloved," is set for release on March 30, 2018.
Robert's first album, "Days Like These," featured a duet with folk heroine Victoria Williams on the song Rockabye. Subsequent recordings included such music industry veterans as Rachel Blumberg of The Decemberists; Tomo Nakayama of Grand Hallway; cellist Melissa Hasin; vocalists Anna-Lynne Williams, Jen Wood, and Shenandoah Davis; and drummer Stephen Hodges (musician). Robert has toured throughout the US and New Zealand and has shared bills with Low (band), Ida (band), Songs:Ohia, Sam Phillips and Over the Rhine.
- Beloved (2018)
- Heart Like Feathers (2012)
- This Bar Has No One Left (2005)
- Thirteen Stories (2003)
- EarthSide Down (1998)
- Days Like These (1997)
- Bad Time for Love 7"' (2014)
- Boots of Spanish Leather 7"' (2002)
- Letters from an Expatriate (live 2013)
- Me I'm From LA Where Nothing is Sacred (live 2009)
- Undertow / Ring Them Bells (2012)
- Heart Like Feathers (acoustic) (2011)
Compilations (featuring Robert Deeble)
- The Round Compilation (2011)
- Pop Tomorrow 2 (2009)
- Preserve – Fractured Discs Compilation (2003)
- Eye of the Beholder II – Tract Records Compilation (2002)
- May Your Song Always Be Sung: The Songs of Bob Dylan, Volume 3 – BMG Europe (2002)
- 'By The People For The People – Jackson Rubio Compilation (1997)
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