Maurice Deebank was the classically-trained lead guitarist of the British indie band Felt from its debut album until 1986. He was responsible for the ornate, atmospheric guitar work found on many of Felt's early recordings. During his tenure in the band, he co-wrote most of the material with frontman Lawrence. Deebank recorded a solo album , Inner Thought Zone, in 1984, with four additional tracks recorded in 1992 added to the CD issue. Some tracks from Inner Thought Zone later appeared on the Felt compilation Absolute Classic Masterpieces (A Chronological History in Reverse). He also co-wrote and performed on the Saint Etienne track "Paper", which first appeared on their "Avenue" single.
Lawrence Hayward, Deebank's colleague from Felt, honours his former bandmate with his later band Go Kart Mozart, in the song 'Delta Echo Echo Beta Alpha Neon Kettle' from Tearing Up The Album Charts.
Maurice Deebankは初期Feltにいた伝説的ギターリスト。1984年にソロアルバム"Inner Thought Zon"を発表。