Amelia Courthouse :: Robin’s Ride (An Interpretation)

As far as 70s private-press albums go, Ted Lucas’ sole self-titled long player sits high atop the summit. A truly eccentric outing, the music has proven timeless, healing, and beloved, and NJ-based label Perpetual Doom honors it with It’s So Easy (When You Know What You’re Doing): A Tribute to Ted Lucas, featuring covers of the album’s nine tracks from artists such as William Tyler, Julianna Barwick, Anna St. Louis, Shannon Lay, and more . . .

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