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Episode 6: The Origin of Henry's Child Part 2
Episode 5: The Origin of Henry's Child Part 1
Episode 4: Parental Support and Getting Kicked Out of Bands
Episode 3: Deconstructing "Headlights"
Episode 2: Deconstructing "I Will"
Episode 1: Frozen Moments From The Reunion Show
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From 1994 to 2000 Henry's Child put out an EP and 3 Full Length Albums.
Below are streaming selections from a few of the Henry's Child albums, including the latest "Retrospective XX" album available here that includes a few un-released tracks from 1996/1997.
Each album listed below is in Compressed format. Please download the zipped file and open with your favorite unarchiver program. In other words, you need a computer to open these. Please don't try on your Mobile Device.
1994 EP - Click Here to Download
1995 Full Length Album - Click Here to Download
1997 Full Length Album - Click Here to Download
1998 Full Length Album - Click Here to Download
1999 Full Length Album - Click Here to Download
The early/mid 90's were an amazing time for live music and the Northwest music scene in Eugene was drenched in talented and exceptional bands. This creative collective included Henry's Child.
Henry's Child was part of the Eugene Art Culture, concoting a mix of psychedlic, heavy and sometimes eclectic music that not only fit well with the time but strongly stands up today. It was this varied mix that quickly brought Henry's Child to the forefront of local and regional bands. In fact, Henry's Child was so diverse that they opened for national acts like "Five for Fighting" (in San Francsico) and "Testament".
What made Henry's Child stand out is a combination of stage presence and recognition outside the state, with Preliminary Grammy Award nominations from NARAS and a regimented touring scheduled before the days of iPhones and Facebook.
It was this discipline that allowed Henry's Child to get signed to an independent label (Elemental Records) and produce some of the most recognizable music to come out of Eugene.
Henry's Child is back... Older but wiser and able to display the maturity of a band who didn't rely on a formula to succeed. Rather, Henry's Child produces music that spans any sort of "generation gap" and can go form delicate to brooding in a matter of seconds all while still captivating the audience.
Please contact Henry's Child for upcoming shows, forthcoming recordings or just to say hello.