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Lucho

Lucho

  • By Lucho
  • Release 1/11/2005
  • Music Genre Rock
  • Media Format CD
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Gary O'brien is a singer/songwriter formerly from a band called Don,who were signed to London records and Warner publishing in the late nineties,they toured with the likes of Echo and the Bunnymen,Delamitri,Mansun,Space and Cast. Their debt album was recorded at Abbey Road Studios,with producer Mike Hedges and Mark (Spike)Stent at the mixing desk. Due to creative and chemical differences the band split in 1999,after which Gary has worked on solo projects the first with producer and mastermind behind the band Pleasure,Fred Ball (Pleasure Pleasure.com)and more recently the band Lucho which Gary formed after meeting guitarist Chris Whittingham busking on the London Underground and drummer Nick Rye over a lost weekend in Amsterdam,Steve Wescott was quickly drafted in on bass guitar and an album of 10 accoustic based songs were recorded in April 2005, most of which Gary had written in Ireland 6 months erlier,the record has a Neil Young,Crosby,Stills and Nash flavour to it. And now the band are about to go back into the studio to record a 4 track ep with Hope of The States producer James Louhgry and this time their threatening to break out the electric guitars and crank the volume! Watch this space!

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Artist: Lucho
Title: Lucho
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1/11/2005
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 634479204869
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