Gene Eugene

Gene Eugene is listed in the credits for the following albums:

Year Artist Album Role
1986 Undercover Branded Background Vocals
1986 Adam Again In A New World Of Time Producer, Songwriter, Keyboards, Guitars, Vocals
1987 Daniel Amos Darn Floor Big Bite Background Vocals
1987 The Choir Chase the Kangaroo Producer, Engineer, Vocals
1988 Undercover 3-28-87 Live Engineer
1988 Level Heads Momento Mori Background Vocals
1988 Mike Stand Do I Stand Alone Mixed
1988 Adam Again Ten Songs by Adam Again Producer, Mixed, Engineer, Songwriter, Keyboards, Guitars, Drum Programming, Vocals
1988 441 Sacrifice Producer, Engineer, Mixed
1989 Riki Michele Big Big Town Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Songwriter, Guitars, Keyboards, Rhythms, Chatter, Background Vocals
1989 Veil of Ashes Pain Producer, Engineer, Piano
1989 Undercover Volume 2 Background Vocals
1989 World Theatre World Theatre Mixed
1989 Crystal Lewis Joy Producer, Keyboards
1989 Swirling Eddies Outdoor Elvis Engineer, Guitars, Keyboards, Background Vocals
1989 Guardian First Watch Engineer
1990 S.F.C. A Saved Man (In the Jungle) Engineer, Mixed
1990 Scaterd Few Sin Disease Recorded
1990 Terry Scott Taylor Dr. Edward Daniel Taylor: The Miracle Faith Telethon Engineer, Mixed, Songwriter, Church Organ, Wah Wah Guitar, Accordian, Autoharp
1990 Daniel Amos Live Bootleg '82 Engineer
1990 Adam Again Homeboys Producer, Mixed, Songwriter, Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
1991 Bernard Wright Brand New Gospel Format Engineer
1991 Sincerely Paul Grieve Mixed
1991 Daniel Amos Kalhoun Engineer
1991 Dynamic Twins Word 2 the Wize Mixed
1992 Undercover Devotion Executive Producer, Engineer, Mixed
1992 Deliverance Learn Engineer, Mixed
1992 Deliverance Stay of Execution Engineer, Rhodes
1992 Randy Stonehill Wonderama Engineer
1992 Lost Dogs Scenic Routes Producer, Engineer, Songwriter, Guitars, Piano, Vocals
1992 Adam Again Dig Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Songwriter, Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
1992 S.F.C. Phase III Executive Producer, Engineer, Mixed
1993 Mortal Intense Live Series, Volume 5 Engineer
1993 Various Artists Brow Beat Unplugged Alternative Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Piano, Guitar, Bass, Vocals
1993 L.S.U. Cash In Chaos World Tour Engineer, Mixed
1993 Acoustic Shack Fret Buzz Producer, Background Vocals
1993 Deliverance Intense Live Series, Volume 1 Engineer
1993 Tourniquet Intense Live Series, Volume 2 Engineer
1993 Randy Stonehill Stories Recorded
1993 Lost Dogs Little Red Riding Hood Producer, Engineer, Songwriter, Guitars, Bass, Piano, Vocals
1993 Daniel Amos Motorcycle Executive Producer, Engineer, Piano
1993 Mortal Fathom Engineer, Mixed
1994 S.F.C. Illumination Executive Producer, Engineer, Mixed
1994 Various Artists Alternative Worship: Prayer, Petitions, and Praise Engineer, Mixed, Piano, Vocals
1994 L.S.U. Grace Shaker Engineer
1994 Michael Knott Rocket and a Bomb Producer, Engineer, Keyboards
1994 Deliverance River Disturbance Executive Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Piano
1994 Swirling Eddies Zoom Daddy Engineer, Mixed, Keyboards, Piano
1994 Daniel Amos Preachers from Outerspace Mixed
1994 Daniel Amos BibleLand Executive Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Piano
1995 L.S.U. Huntington Beach Executive Producer, Engineer
1995 Michael Knott Strip Cycle Engineer
1995 Deliverance A Decade of Deliverance Engineer, Mixed
1995 Swirling Eddies The Berry Vest of the Swirling Eddies Engineer, Mixed, Guitars, Keyboards, Background Vocals
1995 Daniel Amos Songs of the Heart Executive Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Keyboards
1995 Adam Again Perfecta Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Songwriter, Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
1995 Seventy Sevens Tom Tom Blues Executive Producer
1995 The Prayer Chain Mercury Mixed
1995 Seventy Sevens Drowning with Land in Sight Executive Producer
1996 Poor Old Lu A Picture of the Eighth Wonder Producer, Mixed
1996 The Prayer Chain Antarctica Mixed
1996 Swirling Eddies Sacred Cows Engineer, Mixed, Keyboards, Vocals
1996 Lost Dogs Green Room Serenade, Part One Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Rhodes, B-3, Guitars, Bass, Vocals
1997 Plankeye The One and Only Producer, Engineer, Keyboards
1997 Terry Scott Taylor Neverhood Songs Engineer, Mixed, Bass, Keyboards, WahWah, Percussion
1997 Terry Scott Taylor Ten-Gallon Hat Engineer, Mixed, Keyboards
1997 Fold Zandura Ultraforever Engineer, Mixed
1998 L.S.U. Dogfish Jones Recorded, Mixed
1998 Various Artists Browbeats Presents Wither Wing Producer, Mixed, Keyboards, Vocals
1998 Terry Scott Taylor John Wayne Engineer, Mixed, Keyboards
1998 Steve Hindalong Skinny Hammond B3, Background Vocals
1999 The Screamin' Rays Attack of The Screamin' Rays Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Piano, Hammond Organ
1999 Lost Dogs Gift Horse Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
1999 Lost Dogs Best Of The Lost Dogs Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Songwriter, Guitars, Bass, Keyboards, Vocals
1999 Adam Again Worldwide Favorites Producer, Mixed, Engineer, Songwriter, Keyboards, Guitars, Drum Programming, Vocals
1999 Fanmail Here Comes Fanmail EP Engineer, Keyboards
2000 Philmore Philmore Engineer
2000 Deliverance Classic Archives (What a Joke / Stay of Execution) Engineer, Rhodes
2000 Adam Again Homeboys / Dig Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Songwriter, Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
2001 Daniel Amos When Everyone Wore Hats Engineer, Mixed, Keyboards
2001 Adam Again Live at Cornerstone 2000 Songwriter
2002 Lost Dogs Green Room Serenade, Part Tour Songwriter, Guitars, Vocals
2004 Terry Scott Taylor Imaginarium : Songs From the Neverhood Engineer, Mixed, Bass, Keyboards, WahWah, Percussion

Gene Eugene

Gene "Eugene" Andrusco (April 6, 1961–March 20, 2000) was a Canadian born actor, record producer, engineer, composer and musician. Andrusco was best known as the leader of the funk/rock band Adam Again, a member of The Swirling Eddies (credited as Prickly Disco) and as a founding member of the roots music supergroup Lost Dogs.

Acting
Andrusco was a child actor who appeared in such programs as Bewitched (where he played young "Darrin Stephens"), The Screaming Woman (TV Movie), Gidget Gets Married (TV Movie), Jake and the Fatman, The Bold Ones and Cannon. Eugene was also a voice actor, lending his voice to several animated series, including Wait Till Your Father Gets Home, The Barkleys and The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan (1972–1974). (Ironically, he is quoted in the liner notes to the Terry Taylor/Daniel Amos/Swirling Eddies compilation Miracle Faith Telethon as saying, "Sorry guys, I don't do voices.")

Music
Many years later, Gene would form a funk/rock band called Adam Again and become the owner of the Green Room recording studios in Huntington Beach, California. Gene recorded and produced hundreds of albums at the Green Room including albums by the Aunt Bettys, The Choir, Daniel Amos, Michael Knott, The Waiting, Crystal Lewis, Plankeye, Starflyer 59, and others.

In 1987, Eugene, Ojo Taylor and another investor formed Brainstorm Artists International (B.A.I.), which became an important label in the development of the West Coast alternative music scene. Though the record label focused primarily on modern rock artists, B.A.I also released significant contributions from early rap and hip-hop artists like Dynamic Twins and Freedom of Soul. It was also at this time that Eugene discovered future Myrrh Records artist Anointed and went on to produce their first few albums.

In 1990, Eugene joined the rock band The Swirling Eddies, where he was known as "Prickly Disco". The following year, Gene, along with Terry Scott Taylor, Derri Daugherty, and Michael Roe, formed the alt-country supergroup, the Lost Dogs. He also produced for soul/R&B pioneer Jon Gibson on the album Love Education.

Gene Andrusco died in his sleep on March 20, 2000 in his studio. Friends said that Eugene hadn't been feeling well in recent weeks and complained of headaches the day before his death. Eugene divorced singer Riki Michele in 1994, but the two remained close until the time of his death.

Gene Eugene. (2012, January 15). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 13:29, February 7, 2012, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Gene_Eugene&oldid=471435450

Where are they Now: 

Gene "Eugene" Andrusco passed away on March 20, 2000. He died while sleeping in his studio at the age of 38.

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