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Eucalyptus Fields of Sugar Cane
  • Artist: Jason Debo
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 884502017656
  • Item #: SRD201765
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2/17/2009
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Eucalyptus Fields of Sugar Cane on CD

Jason song guitar while University older brother, Eric demo. Love west, but Ohio and performing solo. Jason's Washington various, Burly Rig, Grapefruit Session, DEBO & Geoff. ^#^studied Surrealists unconscious. Leaving, northern France year English students. ^#^second lived abroad; last high school Mexico. France, band "Les Gyros" became "Jason & Les Gyros". 5 song various shows Picardie successful outdoor Fete de la Musique festival. Paris, street performing art hustler entertainer advice. Metro, Louvre, Tuileries, Centre Georges Pompidou, les Halles. ^#^decent tips in front of cafés. Toward his France, Jason music professionally. San Francisco debut Eric producer. ^#^musician, Eric, Pete Krawiec "Eucalyptus Fields of Sugar Cane." Title inspired volcanic Jalisco and Colima Mexico. LA. 'DEBO's new CD Eucalyptus Fields of Sugar Cane draws comparisons of a well produced/not drunk Guided By Voices and Versus. This disc is a safe investment for connoisseurs of the natural progression of pop rock.' //FREE/THE/SCENE// 'Jason Debo and his band play straightforward, melodic pop rock driven by catchy vocal melodies... sounds like it wants to shake your hand and be your friend' the Owl Mag 'This album sounds real.' Melodic.net.