Kevin Lucas Orchestra | Ancient Skies

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Ancient Skies

by Kevin Lucas Orchestra

This music is a lush relaxing and emotional mix of creative contemporary rock and could best be described as a cross between Dave Matthews and Pink Floyd.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. An Geall Air Neamh
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2. My Way Home
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3:23 $0.99
3. Ancient Skies
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4:59 $0.99
4. Cahokia Winds
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4:10 $0.99
5. Moonlight Sonata
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5:00 $0.99
6. Never the Same
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3:56 $0.99
7. Prelude to the Night
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2:17 $0.99
8. Shadows
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6:33 $0.99
9. Anodyne
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5:05 $0.99
10. Shanti
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2:04 $0.99
11. June 16
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12. This Side of Town No. 2
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Album Notes
The Kevin Lucas Orchestra is a cutting edge group that pushes the envelope of modern music with classical, rock, jass, and world beat influences with the help of Kevin Lucas’ five-octave marimba. Most of their music is original and the instrumentation includes marimba, electric violin, drums, percussion, guitar with vocals, saxophone and flute, and bass. The Carbondaley Dispatch of Southern Illinois said “The Kevin Lucas Orchestra is worthy of Carnegie Hall”. The Saint Louis Post Dispatch described Kevin Lucas as “Beethoven with an attitude”. The Kevin Lucas Orchestra has opened for Victor Wooten and Christopher Cross. They perform concerts all over the Midwest in college theaters, nightclubs, coffee houses, and auditoriums.


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Mr. T

Great new music!
What a great, original sound. It is fun to listen and pick out the influences. You'll here bits of Pink Floyd, Moody Blues, ELO, Dave Matthews, Beatles along with jazz and classical references. A totally new experience. And the Cover painting is great...kinda like an old Moody Blues album.

Ludi Geetfarm

Oh my wonderfully!
Goodly is this music. I have much good listening time. Sitar is magic. I like Shanti. Songs have nice. Full of nice beats and magic time.


I love this CD!
Great to listen to in the car and also while working/writing! Reminiscent of David Arkenstone on some tracks and the Moody Blues on others.

Del Flactoid's not bad!
With a large supply of music out there, it is quite funky fresh to hear such beautiful, soulful music. I play this cd all the time, whether I'm baking muffins or scrubbing the john. It's just so pleasing and nice and wonderful to listen to whilst driving or gallivanting to the park. I recommend to all!

I agree with KC Irfidalas...KLO IS fresh...but I say funky fresh indeed!

C. Carter

Sex Music indeed!
I was strokin' my woman the other night to the Kevin Lucas Orchestra! Keep it up...I know I am!

Steve Dwevans

Music is back!
This is just a fantastic album! Finally, good music has returned. It reminds me of a good late 60's or early 70's the Moody Blues or Pink Floyd. Everyone should own this album.

- Steve

KC Irfidahs

Something different for a change...
It's nice to hear the unique blend of instruments, including the saxophone and Hammond B-3. I do however disagree with some of the other reviewers. It may "taste" like Moody Blues, but for me I hear bits and pieces of Emerson Lake and Palmer, ELO, The Orb (trance), and early Genesis. Overall, it's a very good album, and a nice change from the other "crap" that's on the radio now days. They got the same old bass pumping, with nothing much to say! KLO, however is fresh!