Robert Francis - Broken Landscapes album download
|1||–Robert M Francis||The Cradle||04:20|
|2||–Robert M Francis||Battered Awake||06:42|
|3||–Robert M Francis||Useless Brew||0:4:00|
|4||–Robert M Francis||They Are Half Way People||03:48|
NotesSecond cdr release by thejunkyardprocession
Robert Francis (born September 25, 1987 in Los Angeles, California) is a t, Americana singer-songwriter. His debut full-length album One By One was released in August 2007 by Aeronaut Records, gaining him notice for its "emotional darkness and musicality". His sound is distinguished by his "bright, gravelly baritone", often conveying the emotion of a more "hardened performer". He is best known for the song "Junebug", which was a top ten airplay hit in Europe in 2010.
Broken Landscapes (CDr). The Junkyard Procession.
Data de aparición 2004. Labels Island Records. On a Theme by Frost, The Bulldozer, Cats, Trade, The Peacock, Picasso and Matisse (Robert Francis (Poet)). The Pope, Light Casualties, The Righteous, Bloodstains, City, Cromwell (Robert Francis (Poet)). Epitaphs (Robert Francis (Poet)). Fear, Going to the Funeral, Suspension, 3 Old Ladies & 3 Spring Bulbs, Snowspell, the Half Twist (Robert Francis (Poet)). When I Come; His Running, My Running (Robert Francis (Poet)). Retrospect (Robert Francis (Poet)).
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album: Sonic Landscapes. Low Wires - Broken Glasshouse. album: Landscapes and Personal Spaces. Nu Directions Chamber Brass - Landscapes - Stone Valley. Vladimir Shinov & Marina Porchkhidze - . hinov, Seven Countryside Sketches, Sun Shines Through Raining. album: Landscapes of the Soul. Dear Genre - Landscapes of Love. album: Rip Raw Shapes. Robert Thies & Damjan Krajacic - Looking Through the Sea. album: Blue Landscapes. Aurelio Canonici - Visione.
An impressionist oil painting by Robert Francis Williams (1881-1972) of Birch trees in Fall. Located as Long Island, NY verso. Determined to capture the incomparable desert landscapes of Death Valley on canvas, Robert returned to Death Valley with his wife in 1955. They lived in one of the CCC-built cabins at Wildrose for three years and became close friends with Park Superintendent Fred Binnewies. As the National Park Service approaches its centennial year in 2016, it must be remembered that a long, rich relationship exists between artists and our Public Lands.