Monday, April 24, 2017

John J. Francis - Breaks, Works And Thoughts (1973)



Χρόνια πολλά, Χριστός Ανέστη, υγεία και ότι το καλύτερο σε όλους μας. Πάμε Αυστραλία αυτή τη φορά σε ένα δισκάκι από το οποίο κάποιοι βγάζουν ακόμα περιουσίες. Ότι έβγαλαν έβγαλαν. Καιρός για όσους δεν το είχαν να το βρουν δωρεάν.

Πληροφορίες υπάρχουν για τον Φράνσις πολλές και γιαόλο το μύθο γύρω από το όνομά του και την περίφημη ταινία της εποχής εκείνης το σάουντρακ της οποίας κάποια στιγμή θα ανεβάσω.

Καλή ακρόαση σε όλους σας.

John J. Francis – God’s Garden (1973)



John J Francis rose to national prominence with the vanguard of contemporary Australian singer/songwriters who came to the fore in the early 70's. Between 1972 and 1974 he released four highly respected studio albums through Warner Brothers and penned the iconic surf anthem, 'Simple Ben' as well as scoring an Australian top 10 hit with the single 'Play Mumma, Sing Me a Song'. 


John J Francis' career began in Newcastle, Australia where he fronted a popular local R n' B band, The Sorrows who became one of the better known Newcastle bands of that era and in 1965 supported the legendary Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs, playing to a packed Newcastle Stadium. This performance won the band several gigs at the legendary Sydney dance venue 'Surf City' in Kings Cross, and the following year they were asked to support the Easybeats at a frenetic show in the Newcastle Town Hall…..
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Tracklist:
A1 Liberated Roadside Lady     6:00
A2 Simple Ben                        7:44
A3 What To Do                       2:45
A4 Play Mumma, Sing Me A Song        4:40
A5 Embarrassing Situations     2:15
A6 Chewin On A Bone             3:55
B1 A Wind Is Rising                  3:50
B2 Till We Know                      5:15
B3 Rock N Roller’s Lament      2:15
B4 Bop Right Over You            3:57
B5 God’s Garden                    5:55
B6 Steel Man                          3:50

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your share. Can you upload again John Stammers?

Psych-Spaniolos said...

I'll try

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