Thursday, January 31, 2008

For Your Listening Pleasure: Eugene Francis Jnr

Eugene Francis Jnr

A friend of mine, can't say who he/she is because I don't know them per say, told another new friend about the Dallas Does Indie Podcast awhile back. This turned out to be providential for me because my new friend emailed me about my new favorite artist, Eugene Francis Jnr. Below is an excerpt from the Bio I was sent, and then even further below are some songs I'd like to share because I really love you. Also, here is the link to the MySpace.

Partial Bio:
Bored and fed up. Eugene Francis packed his little, junior guitar, and some threads and headed off to America on a Kerouac. During a late lock-in @ The White Horse Tavern (NYC) under the watchful eye of Dylan Thomas. Eugene Francis was enlightened by a friend who told him to move away from the pop-rock music he had been making and look for something to call his own.

Up to the challenge Eugene Francis headed back home to the Welsh Hills to start work.

Just like the construction of chitty-chitty-bang-bang, he disappeared to work on his project behind locked doors. He emerged 4 months later holding in his hand the proposed album 'The Golden Beatle' and the word 'Folktronica' would never be the same.

Eugene Francis Jnr. - Poor Me (mp3)
Eugene Francis Jnr. - Kites (mp3)

Plan on hearing Eugene Francis Jnr. featured on Episode #98 next week

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