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One Eyed Gods - Tom Lucas (3) - Red Letter Day (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of One Eyed God Prophecy on Discogs.
  2. Tom Lucas - Red Letter Days ( us, exciting folk acid psych rock) Tom Lucas was born in Central New York, not far from the city of Geneva. His father was a freelance writer who saw hundreds of his articles published, many in National Geographic.
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  5. The original vinyl LP Red Letter Day contained 9 songs and was limited to copies. This new 10 song CD is truly a 1st edition by the only company Tom has authorized to produce and market his works. It includes for the 1st time "Stars in the Night", a centerpiece track (not on the vinyl) from the original Red Letter Day recording session!
  6. Lucas carved out his small, vital, piece of music lore in the 's with the album Red Letter Day. Recorded in and released in a very limited run several years later, the record has become a coveted piece of cult ephemera, selling for an ungodly amount on eBay, and finally being reissued in , without Lucas' knowledge or permission, by Radioactive Records, a company known for its re.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Red Letter Day on Discogs.5/5(1).
  8. I am Tom Lucas, the singer/songwriter who composed, recorded and released the original vinyl album titled "Tom Lucas Red Letter Day", early in my career following my rejection of a "suggested offer" following my and my band's audition for a contract with Columbia. The producer of the then "Blue Oyster Cult", Sandy Pearlman, and read more.

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