Lederhosen Lucil | Aqua Love - Single

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Aqua Love - Single

by Lederhosen Lucil

"Aqua Love" is a quirky 1960's inspired pop song that makes you want to go deep sea diving and shake that underwater tambourine.
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Dear readers and listeners,

This is a very special and secret version (well, not anymore!) of a song I originally wrote for the feature film "Signes Vitaux" (2010) by Quebecois filmmaker Sophie Deraspe. It is sung karaoke-style by the orderly at the end of the film during the closing credits.

On a whim one night I decided to track the song in my apt. so here is the product of that night plus some hours of heavy mixing in Haunted Hallway Studios in Montreal (thanks to Shane Watt - bassist for the Lederhosen Lucil live band, co-producer of the Krista Muir records and semi-fictional mapmaker whose map adorns my 2008 album "Accidental Railway").

There are nods to France Gall, Francoise Hardy, Strawberry Alarm Clock and many more...All in all it is an upbeat, quirky, cute and fun song. Perfect for summer, for the gym, for the beach, for your bathtub, for...


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Fred

Lederhosen Lucil encore
This song is like a counterpart to Goethe's poem Der Fischer, about a fisherman lured into the sea and into a fatal embrace with a mermaid. It's a fun tune, and I guess if I heard it played at the seashore, I'd jump in, too. If you're a fan of Lederhosen Lucil's previous releases (Hosemusik and Tales From the Pantry), this will be a nice one-song encore to your collection. Look also for the new record, Guten Tag Gemini (2013).