His best known album, Gibson & Camp at the Gate of Horn, was released in 1961. His songs have been recorded by, among others, Peter, Paul and Mary, Simon & Garfunkel, the Byrds, the Smothers Brothers, and the Kingston Trio. His career was interrupted by his addiction to drugs.
His best known album, Gibson & Camp at the Gate of Horn, was released in 1961.
Bob Gibson plays one of his original songs October at Arlene's Grocery in NYC on 3/16. Written in 2004 by Gibson/Gomel in a Middletown NJ studio. Check out bobgibsonmusic. com for future show information and related media. March 18, 2011 ·. Thanks to everyone that came out to Arlene's on Wed! It was a great show and an amazing venue. Video and photos to be posted soon.
The album was centered by "The Weight," an oddball fable of debt and burden driven by an indelible singalong chorus ("Take a load off, Fanny. In 1963, Sam Cooke - America's first great soul singer and one of the most successful pop acts in the nation, with 18 Top 30 hits since 1957 - heard a song that profoundly inspired and disturbed him: Bob Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind. Bob Dylan, ‘Like a Rolling Stone’.
Bob Gibson - Sam Stone (1970). Joan Baez & Bob Gibson - We Are Crossing The Jordan River. Bob Gibson & Dennis Locorriere - "Killed by a Coconut" ((w/Lyrics)).
Bob Gibson, circa 1960. Background information. In 1961 their debut album, Gibson and Camp at the Gate of Horn, was released on Elektra Records. A watershed album, it influenced singers from John Lennon and Gordon Lightfoot to John Denver