We'd like to thank all the fans that came to the Ted Lucas Album parties on November 10th, 2018 at Peoples Records in Detroit and December 2nd at Zebulon Café in Los Angeles. Check out our new section the cover of the week. Please like our Official Facebook page for further updates on projects.
Updated 5/26/19 Well fans we've hit that point. After almost 30 years of maintaining the archives we have to downsize so if your interested in seeing which artists influenced Ted...or just want to own something of Teds...we are currently in the process of liquidating the remaining vinyls from Teds collection...if your interested in purchasing something out of Teds personal collection you can check out our auction listings at https://www.ebay.com/sch/dionsplayground/m.html?rt=nc you can browse our store if your interested in collectibles or click the auction link to just see the albums. This round ends June 2nd about 9 pm EST.
This self-titled work published album by singer-songwriter and master guitarist Ted Lucas has achieved an almost mystical reputation among aficionados and collectors. Ted Lucas is a seamless marriage of moody odes and raga style instrumentals regarded by many to be, simply put, the greatest private press folk/psych album ever recorded. Lucas was a fixture in the Detroit rock scene of the sixties and seventies. His first band, The Spike Drivers, was one of the very first true psych bands, the Motor City’s answer to Jefferson Airplane and The Byrds. Following that band's collapse, Lucas paid bills doing session work with Motown. And there he recorded, in 1972, the demo for Warner Brothers which would become Ted Lucas, released in two private editions in 1975 and known informally to friends and family as The OM Album, after Lucas' own label. The album was released with artwork by the legendary Stanley Mouse originally created for Jimi Hendrix.