Artist and songwriter Jerome Deppe has created a psychological portrait of modern society with "Showtunes for the Damned." Sonorous vocals set to haunting musical interludes set the stage for this fourth solo effort from the artist which has taken three years to complete.
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Cameo appearances from Lloyd James of the British Neo-Folk band Naevus, Thomas Nola of Thomas Nola et son Orchestre, Drew Raison and David E. Williams help convey the darkly humorous message Jerome hopes to impart. Tristan Deppe and Timothy McDade of the Baltimore band Boom Vang provide additional instrumentation as well.
"Showtunes for the Damned" is also available as a special edition full-length Graphic Novel and CD. For more info or to purchase go to jeromedeppe.com/showtunes.html
released September 18, 2010
Recorded by Jerome Deppe from 2005 - 2008 at subterranean - Baltimore, MD.
Mixed and produced by Andrew Raison and Jerome Deppe at Big Sky Audio - Springfield, PA. bigskyaudio.com
Official artist website jeromedeppe.com
Cover photograph by Jerome Deppe
Design by studiovol.com
Original Graphic Novel / CD version released by Subterranean in 2008.
Digital version released by Verge of Light (VERGE 3)
For more info go to vergeoflight.com