Ted Lucas flirted with fame in the late 60s in the Spike Drivers and Misty Wizards, studied with Ravi Shankar, went home to Detroit and played sitar for Motown, and recorded his album, referred to by family and friends as The OM Record (after Ted's private label name), in Detroit and Nashville.
Today the album is a cult favorite with few parallels. Ted Lucas, forgotten for so many years, is finally achieving the international recognition that eluded him in life.
If you want to know more about who Ted was, listen to this interview.
New LP and CD editions coming very soon.
Modestly beautiful, family-authorized Ted Lucas t-shirts are now available here.