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Nick Lucas


First and Last Accents
Nick Lucas felt the records he made for the Hollywood-based Accent Record label were among the finest and most satisfying of this career. Quite a statement from an entertainer whose recording career spanned from test cylinders for Thomas Edison in 1913 to the stereophonic age in 1980, with total disc sales in excess of 80 million copies. It is doubtful that anyone in popular music had a longer continuous recording career, one that spanned seven decades.
1. Paper Roses
2. Bella Nonna (Little Grandmother)
3. Kind and Considerate (take one)
4. Kind and Considerate (false start)
5. Kind and Considerate
6. Soldier's Guitar (take one)
7. Soldier's Guitar
8. Not Guilty
9. Pasta Cheech
10. Can't We Talk It Over?
11. While We Danced At The Mardi Gras
12. Hello Dolly
13. Tip Toe Thru The Tulips
14. It's Been A Good Life
15. Darling I Love You
16. Worryin'
17. Brown Eyes, Why Are You Blue?
18. I'm Blue For You
19. Our San Diego
20. Silver Sails
21. Tip Toe Thru The Tulips With Me
22. How Could You Have The Heart (To Break My Heart)
23. Are You Lonesome Tonight?
24. The Magic Waltz


Souvenir Album

Nick Lucas had been recording for Accent Records for thirteen years when his first long-playing record for the company, Souvenir Album, was released in the fall of 1968. While the singles Nick did for Accent Records contained orchestra backing, this album reverted to the style which made him famous on Brunswick Records in the 1920's—that of just Nick and his guitar with some piano accompaniment by Scott Seeley, the owner of Accent Records. Nick Lucas was 71 years old at the time these songs were recorded and from listening to this CD it is obvious he was in fine voice and that he deserved his reputation of being one of the greatest guitar players of the 20th century.

The Souvenir Album made its debut on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show in 1968 on the program which Nick was a guest along with Tiny Tim, who announced his engagement to Miss Vicky, which lead to their wedding the next year on the Tonight Show's highest rated program; Nick Lucas was also a guest on that show.

This album album was very popular and was available as an LP for well over 25 years. Now available on CD!

1. Those Were The Days
2. Get Out Those Old Records
3. It Happened In Monterey
4. Somebody Stole My Gal
5. Darling I Love You
6. My Blue Heaven
7. Tip Toe Thru The Tulips
8. Baby Face
9. South Of The Border
10. While We Danced At The Mardi Gras
11. Sleepy Time Gal
12. Zei Gezunt


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