His debut 1972 album was discharged on Vanguard and reissued by lightweight within the Attic
Bob Frank, the cult singer-songwriter from Memphis, has died. lightweight within the Attic, World Health Organization reissued his debut self-titled album, confirmed the news in a very statement. He was 75.
Frank was born and raised in Memphis. He was a Vietnam veteran World Health Organization came and have become a ballad maker for a Nashville publisher. His debut album arrived in 1972 via Vanguard Records. Its songs told gritty stories concerning status (“Wino”), pawning jewellery for drug cash (“She Pawned her Diamonds for a few Gold”), whoredom and Cupid’s itch (“Waitsburg”), and more. The album wasn’t an advertisement success and was thought-about a rare collector’s item till it had been reissued by lightweight within the Attic in 2014.