Echoes in the Sand
Kevin Lucas Orchestra
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||Sunrise Over Little Egypt||Kevin Lucas Orchestra||4:37||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||Oceans Rising||Kevin Lucas Orchestra||3:44||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||Echoes in the Sand||Kevin Lucas Orchestra||6:33||$0.99||View in iTunes|
||Babylon||Kevin Lucas Orchestra||3:45||$0.99||View in iTunes|
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||The Dreaming Tree||Kevin Lucas Orchestra||5:16||$0.99||View in iTunes|
Kevin Lucas delivers another grand tour !
Kevin Lucas delivers another grand tour through a sophisticated blend of World and New Age styles. Very enjoyable and stimulating in the good ways . Bravo !
A wonderful new album by Kevin Lucas Orchestra
I found myself being led through the gamut of my emotions as I listened to Echoes in the Sand the new album by Kevin Lucas. Happy, emotional, complex, deeply profound, and gorgeously expressive, washed over me for this 34 minute concert we listened to last evening.
Firstly, let me say, Echoes in the Sand is brilliant with amazing musical contributions by Tholsi Pillay, Paul Speer, Ricky Kej, Manoj George, Neecia Marjolly, Varsha Kej, and Alesis D’Souza. The glue that ultimately holds this wonderful album together is the extraordinary Vibraphone, Marimba and percussion work of Kevin Lucas, who is in my opinion the most talented percussionist since Lionel Hampton, Ginger Baker and Tito Puente.
Paul Speer plays “killer guitar” on the lovely cut # 2 Little Man with great vocals from Alesis D’Souza that succeeded in wrenching the heart from my chest. Congrats to Ricky Kej, as always for writing such beautiful music and lyrics. Oceans Rising begins with the haunting flute of Manoj George and then is overtaken by his equally expressive and emotional violin. But always…and happily there is Kevin Lucas, confident and poised, on vibraphone, marimbas and percussion driving a frenetic yet seamless rhythm, like waves crashing on the beach