Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Doug Lucas

Doug Lucas - Niara RKM 97036 (1975)

Spiritual funky fusion from Brussels, Belgium by trumpeter Doug Lucas in a 'Placebo' fashion. All tracks penned by Lucas with a band featuring Yvan DeSouter (Bass) and Frank Wuyts (Keyboards). The album was reissued in the same year on Shadybrook Records in the States and was produced by Bruno Castellucci who can be heard on percussion duties.

1) Niara
2) Home Won't Know Me
3) Kinshasa Chant
4) One For You
5) When It Be The Morning
6) As If We Knew

23 comments:

Quimsy said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/140485121/Doug_Lucas_-_Niara__1975_.zip

ish said...

Hey thanks!

winton tostello said...

grazie thanks mercy danke!!!

bacoso said...

looks like yet another goodie - cheers as always

Simon666 said...

Some funky reverb rhodes in there, i like it, thanks quimsy. "One for You" sounds like Eddie Henderson circa "Heritage" era ...

Solomon said...

Thank you!

Gianni said...

wonderful lp!
thanks quimsy

VFB said...

Yes! Again Quimsy with a superb post, thanks for this and all before, peace.

Now wish i could find this vinyl @ a decent price.


VFB

Jur said...

This album has a very sweet seventies sound. Love the sentimental "Home won't know me"

Thanks.

Will said...

Quimsy,
Can you post " Gay Vaquer - The Morning Of The Musicans" again? I'm lookin' for this album and I don't find it.
Thanks

johnv said...

Cool stuff as always--thanks Q!

Cabinboy said...

thanks! i like this

Ronester said...
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Anonymous said...

hmmm... what's the password for these files ?

Ronester said...

http://ronedaddy.blogspot.com/

IR e L a IXI said...

thanks!

leCurLing said...

thanks for yhe great sounds

Liam said...

downloaded this one a while ago, just listening for the first time now. it pretty dope

Anonymous said...

thank you quimsy.
the track kinshasa chant has been sampled by a rap group but i can't remember which one. can anybody help me?

boogieman said...

Thanks Quimsy. I don't remember seeing this album and I was in Brussels at the time. VEry familar with all the musicians who were very active in Belgian jazz and progrock (Frank Wuyts). Good to discover this album 34 y. later and it still sounds good.

elusive said...

great! thank you!

monkeyking said...

Thank You 4 the amazing Music...great Blog!!!

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