Bob Gibson - Yes, I SeeElektra, 1961
Yes I See was Bob Gibson's second album for Elektra. Here he returns to his traditional roots, following his more pop flavored first album, Ski Songs. Sadly, both albums — released on CD by Collector's Choice in 2008 — are now out of print, but I was able to snatch up some of these and can offer them to you here at an affordable price.
In addition to some popular traditional tunes, Yes I See includes three songs on which Bob teamed up on the songwriting with his performing partner Hamilton Camp (then known as Bob Camp).
Bob was an important influence on other important songerwriters and performers including both Roger McGuinn and Gordon Lightfoot.
For a lot more detail about this album, see the liner notes by the incomparable Richie Unterberger.
See the song credits in the track listing below.
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